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Buttburner

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Buttburner last won the day on October 20 2020

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    Michigan
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    other than the obvious, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling among others
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. I just accept the fact that the dome temp is going to somewhat lower than the grate temp. I know its about 20-30 degrees off and thats the way it is. On longer cooks it tends to even out I dont stress about it if I want a super accurate grate reading then I will clip a probe to it This isnt heart surgery
  2. Like Don I try to continually clean it and keep it that way. I do not get it to 500 though. Just the temp it was cooking at. After a year I see no need for a deep cleaning. Drip pans where needed helps too
  3. I soak all my grill parts (kontrol tower, sloroller, etc) in this PBW cleaner like byee always try to use a drip pan too
  4. I agree with John I am not a fan of going over 500f for any reason. I have had my BJIII for over a year and the kontrol tower has not peeled except for a tiny bit under the vent hole. I think high heat burns do more harm than good
  5. That metal piece comes out if I remember correctly just lift it out and clean it with a vacc or wisk broom. Dont think you have to take. the firebox out to get it out but I could be wrong
  6. I agree with John. I have the 3, the sloroller is ok but I am not seeing a huge difference in using it. Doesnt the 3 have an improved hinge that the 2 doesnt have? If thats the case then that is worth it. I love the hinge on my 3
  7. pop one off and measure it. You are going to have to take them off anyway to replace them. I would take a floor jack and carefully jack one up and take it off
  8. Glad I saw this as I was getting ready to buy one
  9. thats the point I was trying to make. I never checked mine, it worked fine out of the box. You can also ask Ikamand support about it through the app if I remember correctly there is a way to get support
  10. I never bothered calibrating my probes. Mine is working fine as it is.
  11. you need tight air control with any type of temp control system I dont think you have that with the DoJoe? Isnt it an open slot?
  12. Well I just peeled off the old gasket, compared it to the new. The new is longer but not a whole lot so I figured it was cut to the proper length I put it on then the vent, it went on real tight, almost too tight. So I tapped it down after working and twisting it in place and I think it will work fine. So my advice is to use it at the length they cut it to and work the vent down into place.
  13. I finally got my gasket material this week! I had given up on it The question now is do I remove the old one and install this? Seems like if I just add a layer to the existing it will then be too thick. The new roll is quite long. I guess if I remove the old it will be trial and error to get a good fit of the new material? Any insight would be appreciated. I know I can figure it out, not rocket science here but if someone else has done it please share your expertise Thanks
  14. Use something like a pizza pan.
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