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iatetoomuch

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Jan 20, 2016
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Hola!

New to the forums from Texas!  (DFW).  Love BBQ and Smoking but just starting to do my own.

I've smoked a few small trimmed briskets in my Weber Kettle with a Pitmaster Temp controller (https://pitmasteriq.com/) and it turned out REALLY well when I got the timing right.

I got this Masterbuilt Electric  30' as a gift this year and can't wait to try to use it but the directions are less than clear.

(http://www.qvc.com/Masterbuilt-30-4...er,-Recipes-&-Accessories.product.K41147.html)

A few questions to you veterans:

1)  Is the temp display the smoker temp or the meat probe temp?  

2)  If it's both - how do you alternate between displaying the two temps?

On the remote it just displays a constant temp (whatever I programmed it to).  I I hold the meat probe button - it will display 3 different temps which I assume is Programmed Temp, Actual Temp and Meat Probe Temp.  Sound about right?

Also - how did you all season your smoker?  I am following the directions now (max temp for 3 hours - dry - then add wood chips) but I feel like I might need to do this a few times to really get the chemical smell to go away and get a good smoke smell.  

Thoughts??

Thanks in advance!  I plan to get a brisket on there as soon as possible!  Need to find a good butcher!
 
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