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Old 07-06-2019, 06:20 PM   #2
Stlsportster
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Lots of questions.

How are you starting the fire? I use a chimney full of kingsford and a few sticks. Leave the door open a few inches until the smoker is up to temp. You need a good coal base.

Are your exhaust vents and intake vents all wide open?

Where are you getting the wood? If it’s not seasoned well it can smolder instead of catching and burning clean.

Are you preheating splits on the top of the firebox before you put them in? They will catch quicker.

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