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Temp Control Automation

Postby NaptownSmoker » Sun Nov 02, 2014 2:34 pm

I have a BGE and use a CyberQ WiFi controller. Has three temp probes, one pit probe and a vent opening blower fan.
Works fantastic. Some throttling of the opening behind the fan is needed for real low and slow as some air leaks through a non running fan.
I can monitor and update via my iPhone 5.

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Re: Temp Control Automation

Postby RRP » Sun Nov 02, 2014 3:00 pm

Couldn't help but notice the bright shiny BGE grill extender in both pictures. I take it you have never used it, or have you kept it that clean using Easy Off? I have two of them and my old one I tried to clean it with foil but much of the chrome came off so now it appears to be made of copper, but I believe that is the coating on the steel that binds the chrome. My point is go easy on the clean up!
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Temp Control Automation

Postby NaptownSmoker » Sun Nov 02, 2014 4:20 pm

That BGE is eight or so years old. Kept under s cover.

The grill extender is a year old, but I hit it with pan spray and keep it clean.

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