I tried my smart smoker for the first time this weekend, and it ran fine for several hours during the seasoning process that Bradley recommends in the owner's manual. Then, when I tried my first cook with meat inside, it started having problems. It worked fine for about an hour, then I came out and the screen was blinking, and saying the unit had overheated. I reset it and despite the temperature outside being in the 30's it was still reading a temperature around 160. After several minutes it started saying it had overheated again, even though it was only set to 250, and the actual internal temperature was much lower than that. I reset it again and this time the temerature reading was in the higher 200's, and the unit almost immeadiately said it was overheating. Anyone have this problem? I was unable to use it and had to revert back to my old digital model to finish the cook.