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  • Re: dome temp lower than grate temp

    I don't find it unusual at all for the dome to drop below the grid temp. This is especially true when the egg is indirect and there's a good size load consuming the BTUs. I've seen 50 degree drops in a dome temp from the start of a cook to the end, and then it returns....

    I'll see if I can find a graph to demonstrate this and post a follow up later today.
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