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  • Door?

    i am confused about the door. Where does it exactly go before or after the flue?

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    The door should fit the oven chamber opening

    The door fits tightly at the oven chamber opening, so that you can:

    1. regulate the fire by controlling air flow
    2. cut the fire off if you want to get ready for retained heat baking
    3. hold heat inside the oven for baking

    I used a French precast oven while on vacation in Provence a couple of times, where the door fit the vent opening, not the oven chamber opening, and it was terrible. You really couldn't control anything. I tried to put the fire out, and the fire kept breathing in air from the chimney. You have to chuckle -- a french-made, Italian pizza oven.

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