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  • Re: Aftermarket gasket?

    Mikee said:

    I also got a Rutland gasket from Ron. Anyone buying the gasket should know that it is not proven to be food safe. It may be food safe or may be not. The safety factor is minimized by only placing the gasket on the lower shell of the egg. The gasket is thick enough that it is only needed on one surface.

    I had gaskets fail in the past and its normally is the upper gasket. The adhesive breaks down and gasket separates. Using a single gasket on the lower portion is the way to go. 

    Come to think of it, I had one freeze up on my Medium this winter and it's the top one that failed. I imagine a Rutland wouldn't experience this.  
  • Re: New mini max, need help

    The plate setter for mine works great! 
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