Started by REMMER1551, August 19, 2018, 01:30:05 PM
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Quote from: Habanero Smoker on August 20, 2018, 02:05:35 AMBradley customer service will be open today. You should give them a call.That is extremely slow - if your smoker is empty. First check to make sure the generator is set for Fahrenheit. Open the door and check to make sure the heating element is glowing red. It should be red; except for about one-inch on each end. If the element is not glowing, check the power cord that goes from the generator to the smoke cabinet. Unplug it and plug it back in several times - when they are new, sometimes it may take a few times for it to properly connect.Are you doing a test run, or do you have food in the smoker. If so, what food, and how much food do you have in the smoker? If you have food in the smoker, open your damper to at least half open; maybe 3/4 open. If too much moisture is trapped inside the smoker, it will actually keep the temperature down. Also with such a small damper opening, smoke and debris can back into the generator.Sometimes the temperature sensor inside the cabinet can be inaccurate when there is food near the sensor. Make sure there is at least a couple of inches clearance between food items and the sensor. You may want to get a remote thermometer like the Maverick E73, or other brand. Place that probe on the lower rack, and see if that reading matches the Bradley's reading.The bricks are good for heat recovery, not for improving the smoker's overall performance. They help the temperature get back to your set temperature faster (or the temperature the smoker was currently at), before the door being opened.
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