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I love my Kamado Joe, but I bought a Masterbuilt pellet smoker from Sam's for some easy cooks and cheaper grilling space when needed.  I love the way it does ribs.  
 

However, I have one problem.  I keep getting wet pellets.  I try to keep the cover on it and do most of the time, but if I forget I have a mess.  Is this the case for all pellet grills if you don't have a cover?  I have thrown away quiet a bit of pellets.  
 

Thanks for the help.  

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2 minutes ago, TextileWolf said:

I love my Kamado Joe, but I bought a Masterbuilt pellet smoker from Sam's for some easy cooks and cheaper grilling space when needed.  I love the way it does ribs.  
 

However, I have one problem.  I keep getting wet pellets.  I try to keep the cover on it and do most of the time, but if I forget I have a mess.  Is this the case for all pellet grills if you don't have a cover?  I have thrown away quiet a bit of pellets.  
 

Thanks for the help.  

 

I have had four different pellet grills and none of them allow water into the pellet hopper even if left sitting out in the rain.  Well, I take that back.  I haven't left the Kamado Joe sitting out in the rain yet to see but my two traegers and my Yoder didn't have this issue.

 

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I have a Timberline 1300 and it sits outside on an open deck. I have had it for several years now and although I do use the Traeger cover, I have never had any issues with the pellets getting wet.

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