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Has anyone found a solution to cleaning out the grease pan on the bottom of the barbecue. The small space makes it hard to clean. I'm thinking of adding a type of spacer, but haven't quite figured out how.

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Which Magma barbeque. They make about six or seven models. The grease tray on the Newport and Catalina are removable IIRC.

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Its an older model similiar to the Kettle 152. In order to clean the pan you have to completly disassemble it. I was hoping there was a way to get a bigger space between the grease catcher and bowl.
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That pretty much sucks... Can you post a photo of it, and maybe someone can come up with an idea for you.
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Its an older model similiar to the Kettle 152. In order to clean the pan you have to completly disassemble it. I was hoping there was a way to get a bigger space between the grease catcher and bowl.

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