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Old 03-09-2014, 05:06 AM
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You could always get sheet copper and fabricate one.
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Old 03-09-2014, 09:11 AM
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You could always get sheet copper and fabricate one.
You love to spend my money don't ya? .........Wonder how much that will cost..?
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You love to spend my money don't ya? .........Wonder how much that will cost..?
Not really, you're doing that just fine without me...Mr 8k on patio furniture.
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Not really, you're doing that just fine without me...Mr 8k on patio furniture.
I didn't say we went and spent that, just that she want to. All I can say is that someone is not getting their way.
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I did say we went spent that, just that she want to. All I can say is that someone is not getting their way.


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Isn't that the truth!
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KB,
You have done a GREAT job on your build. I have been following your build from early on. I am quite overwhelmed on your perseverance on details and technique of design. Great job. Whatever you do on your chimney should not affect how your pizza or other foods cook or how they taste. Do what you want or need to do. If, if the future you are not happy with the chimney you can always change it.

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I didn't say we went and spent that, just that she want to. All I can say is that someone is not getting their way.
I had to edit that last post my, proof reading sticks.....now you can all see why its taking me so long: many mistakes.

Agreed, if momma ain't happy nobody is.............I have to say momma may not be happy, but I'm pretty sure stonecutter's going to be upset that I choose a different solution other then the expensive clay pot. I'll post my solution when I get a chance, pretty sure it will make me happy anyhow .
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It makes no difference to me what you choose. The same if advice is taken or not....you know what they say about opinions anyway.
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I was able to get my temperature monitoring system up and running over the weekend. Attached are a few pics to show some detail. The temperature controller is mounted in a swing out configuration that can be neatly tuck away to preserve ambiance and satisfy a few critics. I still need to finish the aux jacks and put on the permanent switch location labels and face plate. My final plan is to use the output of the controller to some how control oven temp. If anyone would like some further detail or has any questions ask I will try to help.


Here are my locations:

1 Enclosure top outside insulation air space
2 Top of dome inside brick, 1" from face
3 Top of dome on outside brick face
4 Right side mid dome inside 1" from brick face
5 Right side mid dome on outside brick face
6 Floor right on outside brick face
7 Floor center on outside brick face
8 Left side mid dome inside 1" from brick face
9 Left side mid dome on outside brick face
10 Aux 1 temperature jack
11 Aux 2 temperature jack
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