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post #4 of Old 06-08-2010
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Mine has an arm the has a knob to turn which holds it open. One thing you might try is cutting a one by piece of wood to the most open hieght you would want. Then cut some notches for a couple lower spots in case you to lower it some and still leave some room for air to come in. You will also need a slot for the bottom to rest on the frame of the hatch.

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