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Old 12-29-2012, 01:15 AM
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Default Re: Air inlet in oven floor?

Oops, sorry Hendrik, I thought you were the guy wanting to install a rocket stove under your oven. Your plan may well work ok, try it and report back. The second two ovens I built, when I thought I was smarter than a couple of thousand years of WFO design, I built a port and terra cotta plug in the rear of the oven at the base of the dome wall. I did it so I could continue to fire with the door in place. Turned out I never really used it that way and now I just build ovens with the door as the only air inlet.

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