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Small Parabolic Cooker for Jefferson Community Center

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[[File:Nick kevin cooker.JPG|thumb|right|500px|Kevin and Nick with the Papasan solar cooker]]
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===Maintenance Instructions===
We build our solar cooker with maintenance in mind, our motto was simple construction means simple maintenance. There are very few moving parts on this project making the maintenance a breeze. There main concern for maintenance is proper storage and cleaning. Prior to every use, the polished aluminium faucets must be polished. And without proper storage, the cooker could fall apart in a few years. The main components of the cooker are the zip ties, the chain, and the bamboo rods. All very inexpensive and easy to replace. We have an extra aluminum faucet as well in case of damage to one of the original faucets, and extra zip ties to donate as well.
[[Category:Engr305 Appropriate Technology]] [[Category:Projects with BartJefferson Community Center]][[Category:Parabolic solar cookers]]

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