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Great job. I was fortunate to have someone to weld. I just can't weld anymore, it is so bright that I can't see the bead. Just old eyes I guess. Thanks for the pics. I love innovative people. Cheers
That was done by a Payson High School student in the FFA program. He won best welder in Arizona for obvious reasons.
The door is sealed with strips to make it airtight, some pics are before this accomplished. This is my first attempt at even posting on Instructables. So I will attempt to publish. Thanks for feedback.Sam
Thanks, I will try to get it published. I just don't think that I took enough pics early on.
This is the air vent for outside combustion air. This was the top where valve was, now bottom of stove. This is threaded 3/4" AST pipe thread. Inside is a close nipple with a tee and 2- 2" nipples under fire.
P.S. It took me about a year, scrounging for parts and deals. I would say that I have between $100 & $125 in it.
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