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Old 11-22-2009, 06:48 PM   #9
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Location: Kansas City

The pellet pot has to be all the way up against the wall of the cooker, or the fan air can blow around it, instead of through it....

Was the tall lip on the pot behind the ramp, or in front of it. It needs to be behind the ramp, or pellets can sit on the ramp, and not drop...

Finally, depending on the age of the unit, if it is an original, and had a short shaft on the paddle wheel motor, it could be that your paddle wheel is stripped out, and needs to be replaced.

thats about all i can come up with...
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