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Posted on Sag in a butcher block?

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ddockstader

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#1 posted 08-19-2015 05:07 AM

My greater concern would be that those lovely, glass-topped range are very difficult to determine if you have turned them OFF! For some of them the only indication is a small red light in the center of each burner, a light that would be completely invisible under this butcher block. I think you’ve got a really great chance of not only warping the butcher block, but possibly setting it on fire. Certainly the glue joints may crack if heated inadvertently.


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