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Hi all I'm new to this forum , my name is Anthony I want to say I've enjoyed ,all the smoking and preparing of all the different meat, My wife and I. Live in benson nc , did a bit of smoking a few yrs back , but really not into it till now ... I used to have a electric dome smoker /cooker.....we now have a master built 30 inch electric, and so farm it has stepped up to the plate, it seems to be a well made smoker, but I do have one ? I want to ask how do you guys keep the a maze ing 12 inch tube goin with pellets , I've tried a few times and it goes out , ...any help here would be appreciated ..thank you again for letting me join your well informed forum
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Welcome to the group!  I don't know much about the pellet tube except that it needs oxygen to stay lit.  Lots of folks here with electrics and pellet tubes though, I'm sure help will be here shortly!

 

Mike

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Welcome from SC, Anthony. It's good to have you on this great site.

Good luck and good smokin', Joe
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Welcome to the site Anthony.  I have 2 of the 6 inch tubes, but use them in my WSM charcoal smoker.  As Mike mentioned they may need a special technique in your electric smoker.

 

I light mine with a small propane torch and have no trouble keeping them going in the charcoal smoker.

 

 

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Welcome Anthony hang on and you'll get a answer soon I don't have a clue the guys here are great and as soon as someone who has the answer reads this you will have the answer.

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thank you guys for such  quick responces,

 

look forward to meeting as many people as possible

 

                                                                                              thank you again     Anthony

post #7 of 9
From what I've read through other threads the common solution is light with propane until there is a decent flame and blow out so cherry resembles a lit cigar. Blow down and towards unlit pellets to ensure burn follows fuel. Most say they open their chip loader 1/2 way to full, depending on wind, and place their cylinders or maze near opening. Primary culprit to poor burn sounds like lack of oxygen, or draft, as long as pellets are dry and not getting dripped on. If you can't get enough oxygen to keep lit I recommend searching mailbox mod! Lots of great tricks people do to increase their MES efficiency and TBS! Good luck!
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Check out this thread. It may have some insight for you! I've read a lot of threads with your issue!

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/232290/its-pork-butt-time-but-my-amps-problem-still-persists
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Hi, not the same AMNPS, but have a look at this video and it might give you some ideas.

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/189794/amnps-reliable-use-in-offset-smoker
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