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Guru question for northern owners

Maple EggMaple Egg Posts: 31
edited 10:28AM in EggHead Forum
Hello Everyone,

I posted this question a week or so ago but I suspect it got buried at the end of a long chain on questions about the Guru, apologies for asking again.

I ‘m interested in the BBQ Guru (Competitor 10cfm) and I have a question for owners in northern climates. How well does it function in “low” temperatures? My large BGE performs wonderfully in -4 to -22F winter temperatures; will the BBQ Guru work as well?

Thanks in advance for any input.
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