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my son dumped my egg!

No Flo RomeNo Flo Rome Posts: 55
edited 3:57PM in EggHead Forum
one of my twin boys attempted to move my large egg and tipped it. been cooking on it it 8 years. cook about twice a week and am now faced with either repairing it, buying another large or gwtting into an xl. i need help. -rome

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  • PhilsGrillPhilsGrill Posts: 2,256
    Sorry about that. Buy what you want.
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,587
    Buy another Large and repair the broken one with JB Weld.Use it (the repaired one) for lo n slo only. ;)
  • EGGARYEGGARY Posts: 1,222
    Sounds like you want to go for the XL.
  • BarManBeanBarManBean Posts: 129
    wow, that sounds terrible! I think i agree with the "buy a new large, and fix the old one for low and slows.'

    Also, build a table for the new one so it can't fall down and go 'boom'!
  • asianflavaasianflava Posts: 313
    What broke? Do you think your dealer can sell you just the broken parts? Proly be cheaper than a whole new one.
  • I too am interested in what breaks when they tip over. I have almost done it several times on my wooden deck. Little wheels, heavy weight, recipe for disaster.

    Hopefully, just the inside stuff....

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  • RicklesssRicklesss Posts: 391
    Man, that sux, I'm sorry!
    You didn't say what exactly broke, so it's hard to give good advice.
    Top smashed? Bottom smashed? Both smashed?
    If it's one or the other, I'd say definitely look into fixing it.
    Good advice with putting it in a table!
    Let us know what you decide.
    RicklessssssS in Oregon
  • it tipped over, hit the driveway and the bottom half near the air flow damper has a complete crack around the entire lower portion of the egg. was ready to run out and buy another, but would like to give repairing a try. if i repair it though, i want to be able to cook with no limitations. -r
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