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Unread 03-07-2013, 10:53 PM   #7
martyleach
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I have used lump charcoal and briquettes in my WGA with no problem. Maybe you got some wet ones?? My little WGA will get up to 450-500 degrees F if I am not careful when I am using lump charcoal.

I typically throw the lump on both ends and use aluminum foil to block the heat for an indirect cook over the center of the little bugger. Ask Phubar and Padawan...
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