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Old 07-24-2012, 01:16 AM   #31
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Old 07-24-2012, 09:44 AM   #32
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Fantastic pictorial.

FYI to you and others, the easy off works great on the bowl and lid, but I would not use it on the alluminum/alluminized pieces (such as the ash sweep mec). It off gasses Hydrogen or something similar. Just remove those parts and clean them separately with another cleaner.
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Fantastic pictorial.

FYI to you and others, the easy off works great on the bowl and lid, but I would not use it on the alluminum/alluminized pieces (such as the ash sweep mec). It off gasses Hydrogen or something similar. Just remove those parts and clean them separately with another cleaner.
Excellent point. I knew that Easy-Off would eat through aluminum, so I used a citrus based cleaner for everything except the bowl and lid.

I tried removing the One Touch system, but I couldn't figure it out the day I was working on it. I didn't want to break it. It'll be removed the next time I clean it.
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