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post #618 of Old 04-29-2013
deniseO30
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Gmimbled force 10 PITA

After way way too many hours of wondering what to do to enclose around my F10 range and after 3 attempts this is the end result.

Long box behind the stove with one long side angled so the stove can swing past it. The lid for the box will be cutting board. On the sides it's plywood with white Formica glued on and then screwed with finish washers to make them easy to remove for stove servicing.
swing up;

swing down;

sitting level with lid off box. (still needs hold downs of some sort)


There is a cutting board for the stove top but I'll make a really nice one someday.
cost less then $25 since it was scrap plywood, Formica

Denise, Bristol PA, Oday 30. On Tidal Delaware River, Anchor Yacht Club.
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