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#41107 Fri Mar 19 2004 11:23 AM
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Here is what Tokheim says about glass replacement:


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great info jack, thanks for posting. cheese

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Boy, putting glass in those sure isn't fun. I pushed on the glass too hard and put my hand through my original glass because at the time I didn't realize that the new gaskets are much thicker than the original stuff. Luckly, I didn't get a single cut, and the glass was easy and cheap to replace.
-Mike


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