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Old 01-19-2020, 01:58 PM   #16
morningwoodbbq
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I like the fact that the controller makes this smoker cruise at the temp that I selected. (This smoker needs the controller to get to temp) What I don't like is that the controller blows the smoke out of the chamber. Part of the reason (I believe) for not getting enough smoke. If you were closer I would let you use this controller and see what I mean.
Maybe remove the controller when up to temp?

How open is your top vent? I don’t think I open mine more than 1/3 open. Retains heat & smoke yet still burns super clean. Mine is cranking away at 250° right now and you can’t tell it’s “on”.
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