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Bad smoke question

It typically takes my egg 30-45 minutes for all the VOC's to burn off and get clean smoke, even if i'm around 350-400 degrees, even when i'm using used lump with a layer of hand-placed lump on top.  Is this typical of everyone else?   Just seems like a longer time than it should take.  I typically start my fires with the "paper towel drizzled with oil" method with a high-que grate.
Chicago, Illinois

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