Ok, I now have what I believe will work for making biltong in my MES 3, with a few modifications I'm about to show you..First, I took a 12dc fan out of a computer supply I had and measured it to the MES round inlet hole, almost perfect fit!! I took the top 2 screws out, and with a little cutting/drilling the fan mates up to the 3 inch hole nice and snug. Then I grabbed an 120v to 15v inverter and wired that into the fan. BAM! not only does it deliver a constant flow of air throughout my MES, but with the door shut I can feel a decent breeze out the vent hole in the top!! I took out the other eye round a while ago, as I think they're both going to take part in this experiment! Here's a few pics:
Just the top 2 bolts in, Very small gap at the top, I'll tape that
That's my inverter, I took that out of a broken coolant flush machine about 2 years ago!
A pic of the setup, I'll cover/tape up the wires I'm not using. I don't see why I cant set my MES to run at 80-90 degrees while drying, the high temps for the next 3 days isn't going to get over 72 (they say)