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Little Chef Vaporized The Mini!

bubba timbubba tim Posts: 3,216
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
As most of you know, I am the worlds best silicon baker and melter! :whistle: :whistle: Silicon molds tremble in fear at the mere sight of me. (some cats do too!) LC decided to do some skirt steaks on the mini for dinner. I got the mini set up for her and lit it. She asked how long it would take to ramp up to high. I told her she had 30 minutes or so. After puttzing around in the kitchen for the next hour and a half, she grab the bag of marinated skirt steak and headed out to the mini.
OH HONEY? I THINK THE GASKET IS FRIED! came a voice from the porch. Fried is not the term I would use. VAPORIZED is what happened. :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: The only thing left, of what used to be the gasket, was a few stalactites hanging from the dome. This is what the mini looked like the next day.
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The dripage you see on the inside WAS the gasket. When I scraped of the residue, there was no material on the base or the dome. My first attempt at replacing the gasket was not well thought out as LC pointed out.
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As nice as this looks, there is gasket material INSIDE the egg. Not a good thang. LC said, "why don't you put the gasket overage on the outside and put the band over it? Hmmmmmmmmmm. So I ripped off the gasket and cut a new one. Here is how it came out.
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I hate it when she is right! So if any of my mini egg friends have melted their gaskets, this may be a solution. :woohoo: :woohoo:
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