Thanks. So does the fan dry out meat that you want to stay moist quicker? Will the fan make it cook faster? I was installing fan ti keep element cooler because the info I read said I that's why element burn up. If element last a year or so I'd be like no biggie but two months I need to change my set up. I could have gotten bad element but not believing that. 900 wouldn't be that hard to do. With the 700 u was able to adjust temp with dial. It was pretty easy to do. If I get the 900 watt am I gonna be able to adjust with dial or am I going to have to get a pid? I smoke chicken, ribs, turkey, Boston butt. I haven't any issues yet. I realize with certain foods I wull need the pid. Thats a new world for me and one I wull surely explore one day but hopefully I will have smoke working flawless by then. Alot people have 2 or 3 smokers. You have one quit on you during a smoke that would come in handy. Another thing, convention stove fan. Can 900 watt and fan be supplied by puck burner or is that too much power? Do you run the fan the whole time you smoke? U know about 10 amp fuse in the back of smoker but it only protects element the way it's wired. I don't want to burn puck burner up because I'm drawing to much juice (watts, amp ) from it. The puck burner is what i like most about bradlley. The rest is just a minature fridge made unto smoke box. I'm sorry but that what I see. A well insulated stainless steel smoker box would be a plus for it. I know the smokin-it has stainless steel box but now impressed with the smoke generator.
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