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The metal drip tube that is situated from the top part of the

Stove and down to a drip jar is plugged with bacon grease. How can I get this cleaned out?

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If you remove the tube, it can be gently heated with a torch and the grease allowed to run out, after which, pass large amounts of hot hot water through the tube. to clean without removing, I find a speedometer cable works best to get a path through the pipe, then again, large amounts of hot hot water to flush out/clean the pipe

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