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Old February 24th, 2013, 08:36 AM
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Default Easy clean one man hood

This is my 3X10 Hood its built with the funny car body design. Its light and small and one man can take it off the Evap and out the door. The finish pan area has a hinge so you can flip it up to clean the pans. Each side has side flaps that allow you to keep the steam enclosed until the Evap and room are up to temp. Its thin aluminum and SS and heats up quick so I don't get condensate building up and dripping back to the pans. Took less than 2 sheets of material. Ya gatta love having a friend that is a retired HVAC 3 miles away that still works in his shop for fun.
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Old February 24th, 2013, 08:44 AM
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Haynes is there a pic somewhere?
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Old February 24th, 2013, 11:27 AM
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Chuck stop taking so much vicoden, you forgot the picture, lol
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Down to one non narcotic pain pill at night I was loading the pictures when a mouse interrupted me and I forgot to save the changes
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So what do you use for the access doors over the flue pan?
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I have 4 square covers that have a lip inside that holds them in place with handles. Now I have SS knobs that for the handles and they get hot will switch to wood some day
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