Cremar Hobs

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  1. rangitira

    rangitira Funster

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    Doe's any anyone know the size of the "star" bit, needed to take the Flame Spreader off the top of one of the burners on a CREMAR HOB ?

    Also? If I drill the little buggers out:Doh: Will the Burner work "unsecured"?

    Your advice is eagerly sought!:thumb:
     
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    Having been cooked !! they will be hardened, not easy to drill, use a new bit and have a bit of patience (have a spare drill bit handy). Domestic cooker spreaders just sit on the top so I should think it will burn ok obviously when you have been on the move check they are reseated before use. Good luck :Smile:
     
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