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gasket

cooksomecooksome Posts: 88
edited 7:07PM in EggHead Forum
I was just reading old post on gasket replacement an I'm unsure if BGE is replaceing the felt gasket with nomax or should I just go buy a new one at the local egg store? thanks

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  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    There is a nomex gasket available now...depending on the amount of stock your local dealer has they may or may not have the nomex version in stock yet...obviously they want to sell what they have before they re-stock the latest and greatest..
  • I got a Nomex today in the mail from mothership. Bruce sent it to me at no charge. Got to love there customer service.
  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    You dont need to preach to the choir....BGE is the cats meow...said that only cause I didnt think what I really wanted to say would get through the filters....but you understand..
  • I hear you...going to bed...heck it's after 12am here and I've got to work tomorrow...well, out of the house. Got 2 contractors coming by to do some more work/remodeling.

    Be good Wess...and if you're too good...you ain't having fun.
  • LionelLionel Posts: 56
    got my new nomex gasket for my large. I purchased some 3M super adheasive spray. Is this my best bet or would something else work better?

    thanks

    Lionel
  • I think you will be good with the nomex and super 77.

    Suggest you watch Fred's videos. Haven't watched in a long time. A couple changes I would suggest.

    1) Make sure the any overhang of the nomex goes to the outside of the egg

    2) Spray the 3m into a plastic cup and apply with a throw away brush - avoids overspray on to the egg.
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