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reverse flow smoker question

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Is creosote normal in a reverse flow?  I am only burning well seasoned wood(oak)      no charcoal! 
 

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I don't get creosote with mine nor have I heard of others having that problem
 

lightfoot

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I don't get it either.  Make sure you have that exhaust pipe all the way open, and control your heat with the intakes. Also that the unit is level (i actually installed a bubble level on mine ).

 That's the only things i can think of.
 
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