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Last night from the time I started my gas grill until I removed a few lamb chops, we had received over an inch of snow.

No worries with the gasser, I would have just put a garbage bag over my smokette and of course my FEC100 has a cookshack cover which allows cooking with the cover on.

But how do you protect the controller and pellets on a PG1000 when inclement weather rolls in?

Thanks again mm
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Originally posted by morningflyer:
Not recommended if you have an attached garage.



1. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.
2. Fire may burn the attached house down.
3. Your house will retain the smoke smell FOREVER. (Some may find this desirable.) Wink
4. Your wife may kill you if you don't first. (See #3 & #1/#2).

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