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  1. #1
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    Model 2080 the glass breaks easily, I mean just shutting the door after being used a few times. Anyone else have probls with glass like this breaking. IMO who needs the glass, Id rather have 1/4 steel, if I wanted romantic Id get an electric...

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  2. #2
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    Hey Chad, Warnock Hersey is a testing lab, similar to UL.
    Are these just glass doors?

  3. #3
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    yes glass doors, maybe 1/4 " thick.

    They both have broke simply from shutting the door too hard apparantly, I dont mean slamming just shutting it, I broke this one the customer broke the last one.
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  4. #4
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    <<Model 2080 the glass breaks easily, I mean just shutting the door after being used a few times.>>


    Never like that.

    I did replace glass that had broken spontaneously for a family. It was a fireplace with LOTS of nuts holding the glass on. The customer helpfully got me their power drill with a suitable head for removing the nuts, and I got that sucker off and on in record speed.

    Unfortunately, about an hour later the customer called me back to report that the new glass had broken again. With that nice drill, I had overtightened the nuts and caused the glass to break.


    Bummer!



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