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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff MA View Post
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    Using the Flame on a deck is OK and as a matter of fact Alex has a picture of his boys on page 4 doing just that.

    I might be selling mine as I picked up a brand new Flame as I have no need for two of them.

    Drop me a pm or e-mail me if you are interested.

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    Jeff, it looks like I have made arrangements to buy the one in Chatham posted earlier in this thread, but I will PM you.

    I missed Alex's photo on Page 4 - looks good to me!

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    No problem using on the deck. I put my hand under it when it was running for a good while and felt zero heat transfer.
    Awesome, thanks for the info.
    I can see this extending our outdoor deck usage into the late fall/early winter if I get one.
    I am one to bundle up a bit and go outside and have a meal at the outdoor table anyway, but my wife cannot bear to be cold, so she often does not want to be outside with me during those times of the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan RS in Mass View Post
    Jeff, it looks like I have made arrangements to buy the one in Chatham posted earlier in this thread, but I will PM you.

    I missed Alex's photo on Page 4 - looks good to me!



    Awesome, thanks for the info.
    I can see this extending our outdoor deck usage into the late fall/early winter if I get one.
    I am one to bundle up a bit and go outside and have a meal at the outdoor table anyway, but my wife cannot bear to be cold, so she often does not want to be outside with me during those times of the year.
    The Chatham one is a steal. I was going to buy it earlier but it’s a hike from where I live. I was going to buy it for the cover and then sell it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexDurso View Post
    The Chatham one is a steal. I was going to buy it earlier but it’s a hike from where I live. I was going to buy it for the cover and then sell it.
    Agreed, Alex.

    The seller and I turned out to be kindred spirits as the Flame is at their second home/escape in Chatham, but for that same reason it doesn't look like I'll have my hands on it until sometime later in Sept.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff MA View Post
    Ryan,
    Using the Flame on a deck is OK and as a matter of fact Alex has a picture of his boys on page 4 doing just that.

    I might be selling mine as I picked up a brand new Flame as I have no need for two of them.

    Drop me a pm or e-mail me if you are interested.

    Jeff
    Psst - Jeff, clear out your PM box when you get a chance.

    I can't PM you because your inbox is full.
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    Ryan.
    All set now.

    Jeff

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    We have had ours since 2005 and can't even imagine how many gallons of propane we have ran through it. Unfortunately the igniter has bit the dust and needs to be replaced. Does anybody know if the igniter on Weber BBQ's is compatible?

    As far as using it on a deck.. definitely not an issue.. we had ours on our deck in Flagstaff for 7 years. Had the local propane company hook up a 50 gallon tank to it so we didn't have to deal with filling up the smaller tanks.

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    I am not sure what the internal electrode looks like on those things, but the push button piezo is the same as on grills.
    Grills and guns are a lot alike. While one would usually suffice and you can only use one a time, each grill/gun is better in certain situations.

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    Red Button #7510 igniter should work just fine.

    Jeff

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    Thanks for the replies!

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