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I have a High-q grate so I doubt that it plugged up but I haven't checked it. Really think between the snow plugging the daisy wheel and lack of air after that, it just went out. We are fired back up and cooking away. Here's a peek.
750 bucks or buy a guy a 20 dollar steak once every couple months to help move the Egg. I'm going to go with the the latter, but it isn't a bad idea. Just insanely overpriced if you can't attach it to something motorized.