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Posted Mon Aug 9, 2010, 4:42am
Subject: WTB: Hearthware Precision chaff assembly (lid)
 

I need the lid to a Hearthware Precision.

Thanks,

Joe

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Posted Tue Aug 10, 2010, 9:43am
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Do you have the peices of the old one?  They can be repaired wit J&B weld.  If you don't feel up to it I will look for one or the peices to put one together iin my junk.

I will want the peices of your old one as a "rebuildable core".  

Phil

 
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Posted Tue Aug 10, 2010, 10:25am
Subject: Re: WTB: Hearthware Precision chaff assembly (lid)
 

Kind of you, Phil.

I could probably do it myself with JB Weld, but was hoping to get someone else's assembly, assuming that it would be in better shape.  The little pressure fittings that hold the screen in on top have deteriorated, so that the ring of screening slips out every time I empty chaff and, although nothing has broken (though there's a small crack) the plastic is very brittle.  Let's see if anyone has a museum piece he or she wants to deaccession; if not I'll either get some J&B Weld or avail myself of your generous offer.

Thanks again,

J
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