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Inside of the lid of the Weber Grill peels - Weber Gas Go-Anywhere Grill

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It's not peeling. That is carbonized grease build up from cooking. Best solution is to was it real good with some degreaser. check out their website for more information.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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