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Check your feet!

chucklschuckls Posts: 399
edited 7:45PM in EggHead Forum
A short reminder to check the feet under your egg (if you're using them). After a long winter, lots of cooks in the dark, you might not have noticed that they have been "walking" out from under your egg. So, to prevent some surprises and keep that heart rate under control, take a minute to push them back in...[p]Happy Eggin'!
Chuck

Comments

  • ShoeShoe Posts: 67
    Reset mine just a few days ago!
  • Spring ChickenSpring Chicken Posts: 10,247
    chuckls,
    Interesting... I thought my Egg was shrinking. Thanks for setting me straight.[p]Spring "Straight Shooter" Chicken
    Spring Texas USA

  • chuckls,
    At the risk of sounding "dumb" why and how do they "walk" out from un the egg?

  • Celtic WolfCeltic Wolf Posts: 9,773
    Arlene,[p] If the bolts are not tight the weigh of the egg can make them spread out.[p] The bolts can loosen just buy moving the egg around.

  • Bolts? What bolts are you referring to? I thought the three feet simply sit under the egg. Uh, it just occurred to me you may be referring to the metal stand. I mounted my BGE in a wood stand and placed the ceramic feet under it.[p]BTW, I cooked my first meal on the egg today. Pork chops and wieners. The chops were a little over cooked yet just barely browned enough. I'm guessing they were not thick enough (only about 1/2" thick).[p]Paul
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