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    Default 12 Inch Dial-What Diameter Glass To Repalce?

    I do have the bezel and would like to know is there a standard sixe replacment or do I measure bezel? If so from just before the back of clips?
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    Default Re: 12 Inch Dial-What Diameter Glass To Repalce? (By: popeye)

    Carefully measure the bezel opening in the North-South and East-West directions and try to come up with a glass about
    1/8" less than the opening. If you have a cast bezel use the the smaller of the two dimentions, for a thin sheet metal (flexable) bezel you can average the two measurements.
    Willie X

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    Default Re: 12 Inch Dial-What Diameter Glass To Repalce? (By: Willie X)

    thanks!
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    Default Re: 12 Inch Dial-What Diameter Glass To Repalce? (By: popeye)

    You will also have to determine if the original glass was flat or convex.
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