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My rear panel that needs to be replaced measures 1 3/8" thick. This is almost double the thickness of your panels (3/4"). Could I install two panels in the rear location? One in front of the other? My bottom panel, or hearth, have slots in which to place
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 03:30 PM

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It s not recommended to stack refractory panels. Per your application, the proper repair would be replacing the panel with a common sized unit. Our Hargrove panels could be used as your bottom panel, if they are the same as your original.

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My rear panel that needs to be replaced measures 1 3/8" thick. This is almost double the thickness of your panels (3/4"). Could I install two panels in the rear location? One in front of the other? My bottom panel, or hearth, have slots in which to place the panel. The rear slot is 1 3/4", so two 3/4" panels would fit with a 1/4" to spare. The bracket would then also fit as it did with the original. Or this just a bad idea? Also, my hearth is cracked. Not too bad. I know it will get me through this winter. But after that I believe I will need to replace it. Can one of these panels be used as the hearth (bottom panel)?

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