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  1. Good morning.

    I bought my egg last summer and used it a fair amount of times over the summer/fall. Living in NE, it didn’t get much use over the winter, but I’ve started to use it again this spring. Today I’m attempting my first bone-in Boston Butt (I’ve made boneless before). I started it at midnight last night. Couldn’t get the temp below 300 before I went to bed, but I knew it would drop so I put the 11.5lb butt in the egg anyway. At 2A it was at 250, but at ate when we checked it again, the coals no longer on and the temp of the egg has dropped completely.

    I’ve read so many blogs and I’ve been following the directions that are most common, but I still have time regulating at low temps. Are there any tips you can offer?

    Much appreciated,

    Janet, Newbie egghead.

    • Janet – Unconventional, but try running with the bottom vent wide open and control the temp at the top only. With a new egg, you probably just need some cooks in it to get it to settle down. Also throw a bunch of wood chips in it and shut the lid – check where you’ve got smoke coming out of it for extra air gaps

  2. My home town got hit with a Severe Wind Storm: winds at 60 miles per hour with gusts up to 91 miles per hour. These lasted three (yes, 3) days! The winds blew so hard they actually blew our XL Big Green Egg off the deck! It’s rolled out into the woods in the back of our house. We can’t get out to assess the damage yet (winds are still blowing) but we’re pretty sure it’s broken beyond repair. Does BGE have any kind of warrantee against wind storms? Have you ever heard of something like this happening before?

  3. My wife gave me the standard size Green Egg in 2003 for Fathers Day. I’m aware of the lifetime warranty on replacement part; however the dealer is no longer in business and I no longer have the original receipt. How do I obtain a few replacement parts?

  4. i have the same problem i have had the egg for 20 years dont use it much, maybe 3 time a year, it worked good for the first few time i used it, know i cant get it to above 250 degrees i have try everything different wood everything i cant get in touch with anybody from the manufacture

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