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Spartyon:  I would call Cookshack direct.  They are very good about helping out.   You will be talking directly to the people that built your smoker.  They will walk you through how to diagnose what the problem is.  I don't know how long you have had your unit, or how clean it is.  I have been running mine for a long time and need to clean it up again.  There is a little probe that sticks out of the inside back of the smoker.  Every time I have had any problems with temps, I either needed to clean the probe, or I had something to close to it.  

I think Mike is on to something. You either have a probe problem, or a controller problem, or a heater problem . Something is telling the heater to shut down with an actual internal temp that is less than the set temp. Or, all the heat it can put out is not enough. For my AQ, I've never tried to cook as high as 300, so I can't say what my cooker's response to that is. It might be that that's the best it can do if your doors don't seal well and insulation is old. Best call CS.

Hi Jay,

I used to spend a lot of time online browsing the forums and life kind of got out in front of me for awhile, along with a desire to lose some weight, so I haven't used the smoker much.  I love my SM066, but I am going to have to see how well it maintains temp now that the "bomb cyclone" blew it over onto it's face last year and bent  the alignment of the hinges.

BBQ around my area seems to be Famous Dave's or Dicky Betts.  There was one local independent a few years ago but I didn't care for their product.  Apparently not alone in that as they lasted about six months.

Baby backs in the menu for today and gonna throw a pork butt in overnight.

Have a good weekend

Ron

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