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Old 08-15-2008, 04:10 PM
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Default Re: Upstate NY build

I looked at the photo of your oven entry and I would suggest knocking out the smaller bricks where the stop should be and replacing them with larger ones to create a solid stop. then fill in the remaining (in between) parts with smaller pieces. That way you will at least have some support. I don't think just making an entire 1/2 inch stop would stick to the solid brick too long. I hope explanation makes some sense to you!
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