It's been years since I used one of these things...but IIRC, the sliding part is to prevent it from moving when not in use.
This is yet another serious advantage of sailing a multihull.
Originally Posted by AdamLein
Good point about the sloshing. But in that case, the stove's ability to swing can be made entirely dependent on the thumbscrews. When I want it to swing, I loosen them; when I want it to stop, I tighten them. When do I slide the slider?
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