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DatilpepperBBQDatilpepperBBQ Posts: 151
edited 4:57PM in EggHead Forum
Sent my son to Publix to get some charcoal. I didn't look at the bag, put in in the egg then burned the bag in the fire pit. Fired up the xl, waited went to check the temp and thought to myself what is that smell. Turns out it is heating coal. What a stench, I just hope the egg is not ruined forever. What would you suggest ? Burn about 10 bags of charcoal and see if the smell goes away?


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