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Repair of antique big red green egg (24 yrs.+)
I'm having trouble regulating the temp. in this egg to hold at 225 degrees F. It is not possible to kill the fire by closing all vents. This model had no gasket when new. I have read several posts recommending various types of gaskets to seal the lid and bottom. Do you think this will work on this model?
If so, what is the most durable type of gasket? I have realigned the top and bottom for the tightest fit with no gasket but have had no success with
temperature control. I love to cook pulled pork but can't get a stable low temperature. Also, any help on an operating manual for this model. Mine is
an old xerox copy that has long sense faded away.
Thanks to all,