Smoke setting on Pit Boss is an error code that indicates that the smoker is not reaching the set temperature. This can be due to a variety of factors, such as the type of wood being used, the size of the smoker, or the outside temperature.
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1. Check the air intake to make sure it's not blocked
- First, make sure the car is off and the keys are out of the ignition.
- Open the hood and inspect the air intake. If it is blocked, use a vacuum cleaner to clear the obstruction.
- Close the hood and turn the car on.
- If the smoke setting is still active, the air intake may still be blocked. repeat the steps above to clear the obstruction.
2. Make sure the fire isn't too big
The steps to make sure the fire isn't too big to fix smoke setting on pit boss are as follows:
- Check the temperature of the fire. If the fire is too hot, it will burn too quickly, and the smoke will be difficult to control. If the fire is too cold, the smoke will not be able to escape, and the pit boss will be unable to see.
- Check the size of the fire. The smaller the fire, the less smoke it will produce.
- Check the condition of the wood. If the wood is dry, it will easily catch fire and produce a lot of smoke. If the wood is wet, it will not catch fire, and the smoke will be less intense.
- Check the condition of the tinder. If the tinder is dry, it will not catch fire. If the tinder is wet, it will catch fire easily.
- Check the condition of the fire starter. If the fire starter is wet, it will not ignite the tinder. If the fire starter is dry, it will easily ignite the tinder.
3. Adjust the vents to get the right amount of air flowing through the fire
- Open the firebox door and locate the vents.
- Manipulate the vents to adjust the amount of air flowing through the fire.
- Close the firebox door and test the vent adjustment.
- Re-adjust the vents as needed.
4. Check the chimney to make sure it's not blocked
The first step to checking the chimney is to determine if it's blocked. If it is, a professional will need to be called to clear the obstruction. If the chimney is clear, the next step is to determine if the smoke is coming from the chimney itself or from a fire in the fireplace. If the smoke is coming from the chimney, the problem may be the fireplace itself or the flue. If the smoke is coming from the fireplace, the problem may be the wood or the fireplace vent.
5. Make sure the wood you're using is dry
- Check the wood for any moisture. If there is moisture, it will cause the wood to smoke.
- Once you have determined that the wood is dry, you can begin fixing the smoke setting.
- Start by sanding the wood until it is smooth.
- Apply a sealant to the wood if you are using it for a project that will be exposed to the elements.
- use a heat gun or a torch to heat the sealant until it starts to smoke.
- Once the sealant has started to smoke, let it cool and then apply a finish.
Some users might also have success with the following opitons:
- Try using a different kind of wood.
- Soak the wood in water before using it.
- Use a smokeless fuel.
- Get a better quality smoker.