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I put in a 9 pound Boston Butt into my Masterbuilt smoker last night at 12am with temperature at 205F.  Then I went to bed.  When I checked at 7am this morning, the Masterbuilt showed it was trying to heat.  Internal chamber temp was 69F.  Heating unit was not on.  Internal pork temp was ~140F.  I brought in the pork, wrapped in foil and put in oven at 220F.

Does this sound ok?  I considered throwing out the pork, but wasn't sure since the internal temp was 140F - it sounded safe enough.

Thoughts?

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I put in a 9 pound Boston Butt into my Masterbuilt smoker last night at 12am with temperature at 205F.  Then I went to bed.  When I checked at 7am this morning, the Masterbuilt showed it was trying to heat.  Internal chamber temp was 69F.  Heating unit was not on.  Internal pork temp was ~140F.  I brought in the pork, wrapped in foil and put in oven at 220F.

Does this sound ok?  I considered throwing out the pork, but wasn't sure since the internal temp was 140F - it sounded safe enough.

Thoughts?

At 140* that meat should be fine.

Richie

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