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[[File:Becker's_do-it-yourself_solar_cooker.jpg|right|350 px|Becker's do-it-yourself solar cooker]]''This information was gleaned from http://www.williamgbecker.com/MakeSolarOven.html, retrieved 2009-Nov-15''
 
[[File:Becker's_do-it-yourself_solar_cooker.jpg|right|350 px|Becker's do-it-yourself solar cooker]]''This information was gleaned from http://www.williamgbecker.com/MakeSolarOven.html, retrieved 2009-Nov-15''
   
Bill '''Becker's do-it-yourself solar cooker''' is based on one of the designs described in[[Books#Cooking with the Sun: How to Build and Use Solar Cookers | ''Cooking with the Sun: How to Build and Use Solar Cookers'']]. It is a box style solar cooker. The box is formed from plywood and is lined with a formed metal pan. Glazing is tempered glass. The reflector is composed of reflective film attached to thin wood and metal panels supported on plywood ribs.
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Bill '''Becker's do-it-yourself solar cooker''' is based on the design described in [[Books#Cooking with the Sun: How to Build and Use Solar Cookers |''Cooking with the Sun: How to Build and Use Solar Cookers'']]. It is a box style solar cooker. The box is formed from plywood and is lined with a formed metal pan. Glazing is tempered glass. The reflector is composed of reflective film attached to thin wood and metal panels supported on plywood ribs.
   
 
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