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Unread 09-03-2011, 05:50 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by chad View Post

Extend the chimney down to the cooking grate with a split juice can or a piece of aluminum flashing formed into a roll.

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^^Best piece of advice

Also use a disposable aluminum pan under your fire grate with the one end folded down for air flow. When it fills with ash pull it out and dump. Unless you don't have a side door on your firebox

Just looked at the model. It probably has a small baffle on the side of the firebox. Get yourself a piece of steel that can reach in that hole and drag out the ash. I used a bent spatula.
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