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trying to make more space and less heat in kitchen.

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I have three 1048's, two stacked one standing alone. Curious if anyone has seen or attempted to stack the three without spacers between or even with spacers? Also, if the ovens' sides can be covered with stone for looks and heat retention purposes? 

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I'm ignorant about stacking ovens, but I've done brick bottom and sides in ovens, works great.

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While stacking up three of these bad boys seems like a good idea, it is not exactly a safe route to go. Your heat flow is not designed to withstand that. Also you might pop your capacitors if you do so.

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