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New guy from Sierra Vista AZ

nihilist805

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Hello all.

I am so glad I found this forum.

I am an Army Vet that works at Fort Huachuca for the UAS program.

I have always love BBQ and smoked meat. About a month ago I got a charbroil 40" with a good size hot box

 I tried smoking a few things already. I recently tried smoking a 4 lb pork butt.

The biggest problem I have run into so far is maintaining temperature. What happened is, my temperature would fall, then I would add coal. The temperature would go up a bit but I could never get it back to where it was when I started. At the end of 6 hours My hot box was full of used coal but my temp stayed low. I had to finish my pork in the oven :(

Any tips would help

Thanks guys.
 

gary s

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Hello and welcome from East Texas. This is a great site, lots of information and great people that are willing to throw in their two cents worth on about anything   ......... 
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bamasmoker77

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Welcome to the Forum!!!

You will love it here. Great information and advice to be had. So sit back and enjoy!!!
 

gringodave

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WELCOME!!!

I've had the same issue with my offset smoker (Char-Griller Duo). I solved it by installing an oven seal around the lid and making sure all holes were plugged up. I hope this helps... good luck!
 
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