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Old 11-10-2019, 08:28 PM   #3061
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Good looking grub Robb, I haven't even messed with any multiple phase cook settings
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Old 11-10-2019, 08:54 PM   #3062
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Robb, you are spot on with MGM. The latest firmware version works perfectly, I can’t imagine running my grill without it.
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Old 11-10-2019, 11:46 PM   #3063
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For those Yoder owners that read my last post I figured out what the issue was. The spacing on my heat deflector was off a little bit. There was enough gap in the rear that heat was coming straight Up from the firebox instead of hitting the deflector. That’s why the temps were hotter and changed a lot faster. Once I made sure it was centered everything is back to normal.

I have a 2014 built with the thermocouple on the back wall so it sits right above the deflector gap. The newer models with the side probe probably won’t have this issue.

Also I found out after 17 hours you can get burn back into the hopper. The ash finally piled up high enough to smolder the pellets in the auger. It was pretty cold out my last cook so it ran a lot longer than normal. I guess I’ve figured out all its quirks in the last few months.

Still a great cooker and mine looks almost brand new. None of the paint issues others are having.
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Old 11-16-2019, 11:25 PM   #3064
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found this two pound beauty at a local market.



a rubbed it down liberally with Q-salt and stuck it on the pit boss at 225° I'd prefer the kettle but it still buried by an early season snow storm.



when it reached 125 I removed it to rest while I heated the grill up to 450° and slid open the sear plate. about a minute and a half per side did the trick



I ended up eating alone

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Old 11-16-2019, 11:27 PM   #3065
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found this two pound beauty at a local market.







a rubbed it down liberally with Q-salt and stuck it on the pit boss at 225° I'd prefer the kettle but it still buried by an early season snow storm.







when it reached 125 I removed it to rest while I heated the grill up to 450° and slid open the sear plate. about a minute and a half per side did the trick







I ended up eating alone





Killer!!! I’d put that up against a kettle cooked steak any day :)
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