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    Junior Misbehaved!

    I hung my Fireboard from PBJrs' side handle. I had the lid cracked after the cook to use up the fuel more quickly and I guess the magnets stuck to the barrel. Close call- It's still working- got it just in time.
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    #2
    good save!

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      #3
      Yowzer!

      I pull the basket out with a rake and put in my Weber kettle to extinguish and reuse anything left. Yes I am cheap.
      Last edited by HawkerXP; June 7, 2021, 05:24 PM. Reason: a

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      • Bob's BBQ
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        Bones - I may need to steal that one!

      • Mr. Bones
        Mr. Bones commented
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        Bob's BBQ Feel free to make it yer own, I stole it years ago!!!

      • Steve B
        Steve B commented
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        Good idea HawkerXP Didn't think of that. It sure is a waste if you're doing a short cook like chicken.

      #4
      Yikes - good save. I did that to a Thermopen some years ago and it still worked too. I did finally replace it though. But I don't know how I wound up with three of them...

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      • Mr. Bones
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        Only three?
        Yer doin quite well, takin Th Program Seriously, Brother!

      #5
      Yikes!

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        #6
        Ouch! Glad it still works!

        I did something stupid myself along these lines. I had my Thermoworks Smoke on the side table of my grill, along with a pan. I removed a HOT cooking grate and set it on the pan temporarily, not realizing it was also resting on the face and screen of my Smoke... luckily, when I sent it in to Thermoworks expecting to pay to get it refurbished, they replaced the entire case for free, and sent it back to me with a bag of Jelly Bellies...

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        • Steve B
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          Nice. You can’t beat that one.

        #7
        Yes, we've all done something silly. Just last week I smoked a pork belly, and there was fat dripping into my thermoworks billows the whole time. Takes a bit to clean that up...

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        • jfmorris
          jfmorris commented
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          Ouch! Can you solve that with a drip pan or something next time?

        • UncleSpike
          UncleSpike commented
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          Ya. We'll be a bit more strategic next time...

        #8
        Whoa. Glad to hear the Fireboard is still working though.

        I think building a cart for the PBC so I have a place to safely sit my Fireboard is a bit higher on the project list now.

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          #9
          Bit a BBQ sauce and it’ll taste just fine

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