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When the smoke clears.

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I've noticed that after I have finished smoking and turned the smoker off that there is a lot of moisture/condensation inside my smoker, on the glass door and on the interior walls. This is hours after I've finished. I normally leave the door closed and don't open it until I get ready to smoke again which is normally less than a week. My question is should I start opening the door to let it dry or will that bring on rust?
post #2 of 5

What smoker do you have? What does it use for fuel? If it has ash in it clean it out or you will have rusted out very fast.

David

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I'm sorry I intended to add that I have a 40 MES.
post #4 of 5

I have a MES 40 and have never seen that problem. I don't close the top vent and I use a AMNPS so I am using dry pellets. I'd say leave the door open and let it cool down.

Happy smoken.

David

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Will do thanks for the advise.
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