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I've had little trouble lighting my egg and getting to a high temp but I am not consistant on getting to a lower set temp efficiently.
I usually try to get the fire near a temp but I might be narrowing the bottom vent too much, too soon along with the top.
Sometimes it takes a long time to get to desired temp or if I let the egg get hot -- 300 plus then back it down (220-250)it seems to take a long time.
Any pointers on a way to get a 220-250 easy,consistantly and keeping the fire going? I must be doing something fundamentally wrong.