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Egg was froze shut

BigGreenDaveBigGreenDave Posts: 149
edited 5:49AM in EggHead Forum
I have a cover but my egg still got froze shut the other day so I opened the top aand bottom and dropped a starter cube in it and it worked.

It was'nt my idea. I found this in the search feature of old posts and thought I would mention it if any one else has there egg freeze shut to.

Thanks
Dave M.
Dave Montgomery at Wheeling West Virgina

Comments

  • BGE’s freezing closed has been a big problem this winter. Once your egg cools down to under 200° put a quarter on the gasket by the handle and your egg won’t freeze shut.
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    Yup, several times over the years as well as adhesive melting and bonding top to bottom.

    Starter cubes works well.

    GG
  • surveyorsurveyor Posts: 114
    I use the 100 watt light bulb to open. Takes about 30 min. This year has been the most mine has ever frozen shut.
  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 26,703
    I would just use a pry-bar.  Your mom may have one.
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  • Ozzie_IsaacOzzie_Isaac Posts: 8,819
    Just move to a place that doesn't freeze.  Problem solved.
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  • theyolksonyoutheyolksonyou Posts: 16,217
    edited August 2017
    Just move to a place that doesn't freeze.  Problem solved.
    I just move my egg indoors as soon as I'm finished cooking. 
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