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Unread 05-01-2013, 04:57 AM   #16
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my first thought is where the heck is your ash pan???

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Unread 05-01-2013, 05:31 AM   #17
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my first thought is where the heck is your ash pan???
My second thought is "ash pan," it's more than just a Purdy name.

Good thing you caught that!
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my first thought is where the heck is your ash pan???
I got the kettle 8 years ago when I bought my house as a gift. If was a hand me down and the ash pan was not included... I guess I've been playing with fire for a while now!
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I'm glad that it wasn't worse!

You can buy pads to put on a deck under a grill that will stop that from happening.
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Does the dog also alert you to giant space alien cockroaches ? GOOD DOG!!!!! If you can't find an ashpan you could at least put a disposable foil pan under it .
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I had a similar hole in our deck about 2 years ago.

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=104273
Do you guys mind if I save copies of and reuse those pictures? I get the willies every time I see a cooker on a wood deck.


My vote is to keep the cookers a dozen feet or so away from wood. (Actually, I didn't put out many porch fires as a volunteer fireman and never did see a house totally consumed by something that started with a BBQ so the odds are probably with you. )
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I got the kettle 8 years ago when I bought my house as a gift. If was a hand me down and the ash pan was not included... I guess I've been playing with fire for a while now!
play with fire you will eventually get BURNED lol
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Do you guys mind if I save copies of and reuse those pictures? I get the willies every time I see a cooker on a wood deck.


My vote is to keep the cookers a dozen feet or so away from wood. (Actually, I didn't put out many porch fires as a volunteer fireman and never did see a house totally consumed by something that started with a BBQ so the odds are probably with you. )

if you want to use my pic from my thread, no problem.
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Good dog!!

You can get a pad that goes under an outside HVAC unit and put it right over that burn and be much safer in the future.
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