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BGE Gasket Replacement - photo guide

Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
edited 7:32PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />I finally decided to replace my old original gasket after almost 3 years. Many folks at Eggfest asked me about doing it and I told them all that I never had done one. I decided to replace mine since I have had the new one for over a year - might as well use it.[p]The link below is to a 5 picture step-by-step procedure. It was quite easy but a bit messy. Removing the old one was the hardest part and it took 15 min. A putty knife and a utility knife did the job. Then I wire brushed the rim and applied the new gasket. I used no fluids at all. It took about 30 min.[p]Tim
[ul][li]Tim's gasket replacment step-by-step[/ul]

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  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    C~W,
    Sir..you nned someplace on the web to have your pics stored..usually your ISP will give you 5 or 10 meg of space for a home page..you will need to follow their directions to load pics up to their free space...then its a simple matter of just entering the URL ie.."members.bellatlantic.net/cw/pics/pic1.jpg"..in the box at the bottom of the posting form....
    Email if you need more specifics[p]Wess

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