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Lower vent question

Anyone know what the best adhesive is to use to reseal the lower vent? It looks like I might have a slight separation occurring on the top rail of my lower vent. Thanks in advance!
Houston, TX

Comments

  • probe1957probe1957 Posts: 208
    Do you see smoke coming out of it when you shut the grill down?  If not, I wouldn't worry about it.  If you do, I would take it apart and try to figure out what is going on...bent a little or something?  I would think some high temp silicone would work if it is necessary.
  • DaveRichardsonDaveRichardson Posts: 355

    Yep, high temp silicone!

    LBGE #19 from North GA Eggfest, 2014, Multitude of old gassers and smokers, and a kitchen that I hope NEVER to cook in again!

    Stockbridge, GA

  • OrthobearOrthobear Posts: 82
    Thanks guys! I don't see a ton of smoke but it looks like whatever adhesive was originally used is starting to separate and might be a source of extra air flow. I've had some trouble regulating temp on my last two cooks with my digiQ and thought this opening might be the culprit. I ordered some permatex ultra copper adhesive for my new Rutland gasket, think this would work there too?
    Houston, TX
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