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BrianJ

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  1. Yeah, I realised my mistake and edited my reply. Sorry about that.
  2. Originally read "dome" as "done". :-( Dome temp. it is then. Still surprised it can be so different than the temp an inch above the grate. Interestingly, as bad a rap as bi-metal thermos get, the bi-metal in my Saffire is as close to the igrill 2's probe as I could hope for. Easily within 10 degrees.
  3. Hi. Using an igrill 2 with two probes -- one at the grate and one mounted right next to (but extends further down) the bi-metal up in the dome, I am seeing as much as 75F difference between the temps. This is even several hours into the cook so things should be as warmed up and evened out as they are going to get. I do have the heat deflector under the grate since I am doing a low-and-slow smoke, but even still, 75F seems a bit surprising. Given that this is the difference between the magical 225 for BBQ and a whopping 300 degrees, which temperature should I cook by?
  4. So, bi-metals aside, using an igrill 2 with two probes -- one at the grate and one mounted right next to the bi-metal up in the dome, I am seeing as much as 75F difference between the temps. This is even several hours into the cook so things should be as warmed up and evened out as they are going to get. I do have a heat deflector under the grate since I am doing a low-and-slow smoke, but even still, 75F seems a bit surprising.
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