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My Egg Runs Hot

ScurvyDawgScurvyDawg Posts: 4
edited November -1 in Using the Egg
So I am trying to cook some ribs on my egg low and slow as they say. I find I am unable to get my egg below 300 degrees. The recipies I have seen say 220 degrees. What can I do to allow my BGE to cool down and stay at 220 for 4 to 6 hours? Mine does not want to go below 300???

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