I'm trying to concentrate a bit more smoke on my long, slow brisket smokes and bought an A-maze-n box for the purpose. Problem is, with the airflow in my Traeger Texas, it tends to blow out regularly. Anyone else have this issue and hopefully a fix for it? Is there a preferred position or orientation for the box? The A-maze-n worked great in the cold smoker but just doesn't stay lit in the main grill.
A-maze-n Pellet Smoker blows out on a Traeger
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The tube type smoker Todd sells seems to work better in the pellet grills. I do use my tray type but it doesn't seem to work as well as the tube or another product I use from Smokin Spice called and RSI no matter what I use I try to put it along the back wall of the cooker where the air is coming up around the drip pan.
I have a Rec Tec, I believe they are very similar to the Traegers.