Cadac lid required

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    Hi, anyone know where I can get a lid for a cadac carri chef BBQ?

    Cheers mousy
     
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    Brilliant thanks, didn't realise they were so expensive!

    Extra strong tin foil at the ready..:thumb:
     
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    Bigfoot you are an inspirational genius :BigGrin::thumb:
     
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    I try!
     
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    Only problem with a wok lid is I can't use it hooked on the side as a windbreaker.
     
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    So, what happened to the original lid?

    Have you tried getting in touch with Cadac to see if they can supply one?

    We had a problem with the surface peeling off the flat tray. Sent an e-mail to them with a photo showing the problem and supplied a replacement F.O.C. within a few days
     
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    you can by buying a flat plate coat hook and rivetting to the lid......cut off the long bit above the two holes....you can easily work out where to drill and rivet.

    Effectively, its exactly the same as the proper thing.


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    :Rofl1: me RIVET ! :Rofl1: you massively overestimate my skill set :Rofl1:

    Thanks for the laugh papajohn and the ideal, if only...
     
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    could get someone to do it for you....only takes a few mnutes once its marked out.
     
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    Is it like a staple gun?
     
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    in a word....No. :Laughing:

    Open the handles, push a rivet in the end of the short tube, push the exposed end of the rivet through the drilled hole in the metal and squeeze the handles together...job done.


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    Thank you, that does look doable, not what I was thinking of at all! :thumb:
     
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    If the wok lid has a wooden handle (most have) then drill a hole and screw in a large cup hook ... :BigGrin:
     
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    Would you believe I do have a brand new spare lid

    Bought it for someone and they then changed their minds !
     
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    Would you like it to go to a good home? Full of mouses? :BigGrin:
     
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    Are you going to Peterborough show ?
    I expect I could be talked in to swapping it for a glass of scotch and coke or similar :BigGrin:
     
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    Sadly not, we are going to Chester food festival though are you? And scotch as a currency is an inspired ideal. I normally deal in homemade cakes! :BigGrin:
     
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