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Should there be fake coals in my gas weber bbq

Hi I bought a second hand weber genisis B gas BBQ and it had some fake coals placed over and between the flavorizer bars, it still works ok but you can't get it clean and it takes a little longer to warm up. So I just need some advice from a weber fan or a BBQ expert.
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Get rid of the fake coals they will only collect grease and cause a fire.

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