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Unread 01-28-2013, 12:21 AM   #16
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Welcome to the Brethren! There is lots of helpful stuff here - and very helpful people too! Glad you found us and the help you needed.
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Unread 01-28-2013, 01:07 AM   #17
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Done .... and true to my original description it was a b!tch. The procedure:

put a flat head screwdriver between the rod that moves the blades and the washer fits against the kettle (between the little ears that hold the rod). Twist the screwdriver and also twist the rod until a "key" on the rod lets loose of the washer. Twist the rod until the key lines up with a slot in one of the ears. Pull the rod through the ears. I had to use a punch to knock the rod through the ears. Then pull the washer down off the ears. The rest is obvious.

Good luck. What a lousy design.
I'm gonna chime in and say thanks as well. I have a 26.75" kettle that's only a few months old and one of the One-Touch blades bent upward when it hit a piece of charcoal stuck half way through the exit hole and I need to remove the rig to bend it flat against the bowl for better air control.

Good luck!
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Unread 01-28-2013, 12:12 PM   #18
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Now I need to figure out a way to keep small pieces of lump falling through the grate on the Weber and plugging up the bottom vents (which can then cause the bent sweeps). My first post on the site and not trying to be rude but so happy I found this info that am posting even though it's warning me that it's an old thread.
Get some expanded metal, and put it on you charcoal grate(if you want you can cut it to fit better)
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