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Old 10-16-2013, 10:37 AM
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Well I was hoping to get her dried in. Oh well, at least I think I'm finished with the curing. Dome top read over range on my IR thermometer with top thermocouple reading in the 950F range. I poured the coals to her at the end of the evening. Today dome holding steady 650F saturated temp, fire out..

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Old 10-19-2013, 07:31 PM
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Getting close to getting her dried in on the rear........... I'm trying to wrap my hands around the flashing on the ridge and terminating the wall flashing. Any ideas on how to finish the ridge and some kind of kick out flashing were the wall flashing terminates? I'm not shore how to cut and end these to get the best water tight seal. Any suggestion's and or pictures would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 10-19-2013, 07:38 PM
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The ridge flashing should go first.
Take the wall flashing past the ridge from both sides and cut vertically allowing one to over lap the other..

I have just used silastic to hold the lead flashing on my chimney on the house, its been there for over 18 years and not 1 leak.
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Old 10-19-2013, 07:52 PM
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The ridge flashing should go first.
Take the wall flashing past the ridge from both sides and cut vertically allowing one to over lap the other..

I have just used silastic to hold the lead flashing on my chimney on the house, its been there for over 18 years and not 1 leak.
Thanks Brickie,
But I'm still not seeing it. I look for this on you tube. Couldn't find anything. I'm a very pictorial person on figuring out things, please bare with me. If I can see it I can do it.
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Try this.
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Thanks Brickie I'll go give it a try.
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Is the flashing stuck behind the stucco on the right side of the oven or is that just an optical illusion? If it is I would be concerned about it causing the stucco to shear off the wall.
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Is the flashing stuck behind the stucco on the right side of the oven or is that just an optical illusion? If it is I would be concerned about it causing the stucco to shear off the wall.
No optical illusion, although in the picture the flashing had not been installed yet. The flashing has since been installed and attached to the wall. The flashing ends at the roof line with a kick out bend/cut on the flashing. The stucco on the chimney will terminate by over lapping the flashing 2 inches with roofing felt and metal lath with a weep edge. I think the is the proper way to end the stucco /flashing. I will take some picture this evening. Attached are the pictures I believe are the area of your concern. I appreciate your advice.

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Old 10-23-2013, 06:14 PM
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Cooked my first successful pies today. I think I had the oven a little to hot. Better luck next time . I look forward to many more as I perfect the process. I cooked three.........no leftovers, that must mean I did ok.
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Those look a lot better than my first few pies, as I recall Brickie called one of them "real ugly" or something similar he even wanted to make an ugly pie hall of shame...
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