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Origo stove 24 Dec 2007 00:57 #1

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My Origo 4300E had a cracked glass top. In my effort to save it, you gueesed it, it broke. So to source a replacment
Glass OEM replacement $150
Wood cutting board OEM $180
Yeah, i know, on a boat it cost more, but doesn't wood grow on trees?

My Friend has wood working tools, and cut a replacement for me out of 1/2" 7 layer plywood. pix follows. I told him to sell them, as they look better.
PS: I will not use it as a cutting board; looks too nice...

Merry Christmas to all.
For our Spanish members: feliz Navidad y prospero ano nuevo, si?

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Origo stove 24 Dec 2007 01:48 #2

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Looks good! Mine was the wood version that fell apart so I bought the white starboard like cutting board at the store and made a nice replacement for a few bucks

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Very nice :) and Merry Christmas to you too, http://oldfadedmemories.com/merryxmas.html

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