Question about Weber Q Grill
I have a 22" standard grill. the coals on one side always seem to die out when cooking indirect, or even when i cook direct one side seems to stay lit better
It sounds like you have a partial block to the fresh air supply on the side that is dying out on you. The cause is generally built up grease residue, or coals blocking the air flow. Look carefully, readjust things and you should be all set. Regards, Joe
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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