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In Reply to: BGE Question posted by Smokin Steve on August 01, 2011 at 11:14:22:
A couple suggestions when opening the top at high temperatures, be aware of a fireball coming up from the cooker. Stand back slighly and no problems but be aware. As mentioned below, clear out the ash that will somewhat clog the air intake holes in the lower ring. Also, as soon as finished cooking, close the vents and save the lump. You will only have to add a little bit each time. I have cooked burgers or steaks on 5 or 6 different occasions on one main loading of lump and then small amounts each time. Incredibly efficient. That is why they hire the best spokesman available. Not me but some others.
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