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Old 03-22-2013, 11:49 PM   #36
VA-Dave
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Originally Posted by El Ropo View Post
Why not just gently persuade the door so it fits nice and snug. A little pressure here, a little there, and it should fit a lot better. After a few large cooks, it'll seal up tight.

Another option for a replacement ring. buy a $10-$20 piece of expanded metal, and make your own high flow ring.
Tomorrow I will be running the test. It's very possible that you are correct and it's a non-issue. I hope so, that would be great. I feel very confident with lump and temp control. This is a new cooker to me though and I hope to have her dialed in as soon as possible. I appreciate the feedback. Why does Weber advise against lump charcoal in the manual? I love lump.

Dave
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