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I have had problems when I set the oven temp on my Bradley the temp will go higher that what was set. Is this normal?
This happened when I was doing pulled pork at a low temp.
 

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First off, welcome to SMF!
All smokers have temp variances. Just go buy yourself a remote temp probe. And use that as a guide on where to set your smoker setting at. Inkbird is a sponsor on here and usually has a discount code available.
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It took awhile to get in my noggin but so long as temperature in a range, you're good
 

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I have had problems when I set the oven temp on my Bradley the temp will go higher that what was set. Is this normal?
This happened when I was doing pulled pork at a low temp.

If you're going by your built-in Temp Gage, it's probably wrong.
You should have a wireless Digital set of Therms to get the Truth.
There's a ton of them out there, but My Maverick ET-732 set takes good care of me on Smoker Temps & Meat Interior Rems, and they are very reasonably priced.

Bear
 

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