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  • I'll out the level on the paver, and across the felts tonight. The table is 32 inches hi, and I needed to add the 2x4 under the paver to get clearance for the hinge - or I could cut out the hole slightly larger, and notch the rear table top, but I …
    in Tippy Egg Comment by geralds34 June 2008
  • Tried the feet, and it seems worse. Put the egg on the patio, those slabs have been there 15 years, felt the same. Put the carpenter square against the egg base, and it flat. I must be just opening it a little more forcefully than I should, and …
    in Tippy Egg Comment by geralds34 June 2008
  • Braddog wrote: You should rethink not using the feet. There have been a number of stories/posts here on the forum about stones & pavers that get hot and break. Cheers, Braddog Agreed - I want the feet, as I am in Ottawa, and want…
    in Tippy Egg Comment by geralds34 June 2008
  • Only the egg is tipping,when the dome is opened. When the egg was delivered, we used the 3 feet on top of the paver, and it was wobbly, so we removed them and used just the paver. I had the GF open/close the egg a couple times, and watched the…
    in Tippy Egg Comment by geralds34 June 2008
  • Not using the feet, just resting in the paver.
    in Tippy Egg Comment by geralds34 May 2008
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