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    My sailor course has tiny shinkage cracks. I was a bit enthused to finally be laying down some bricks and filled the gap completely with my fine sand homebrew. I hope it is not a problem for me later.

    I had actually planned on using a different size aggregate just for this issue. But it was a nice day and I could not wait to get to work. What size should I use for the gaps on the back of my oven? Is the play sand at Lowes big enough or should I go a bit larger?

    Thanks to everyone. I would be lost without you guys.

    "Leave the gun. Take the cannoli." - Peter Clemenza