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I have a DigiQ DX with a 10cfm fan on my Large. My 2nd cook with the Guru. Set the pit temp for 230.. Daisy Wheel open a sliver and damper open 1/4. Brought the egg up to temp (230) and held it. After an hour, I wanted to raise the temp so I pushed the setting to 250 with no other changes. The Guru huffed and puffed it's way to 270... puffin less often after it passed 230 but it was still puffing every few second when it hit 270 and the "hi" warning came on. It is dropping back but I wondered If I can expect this kind of overshoot whenever I raise the pit temp. Does the "alarm deviation setpoint" have any bearing on temp control...other than to sound the alarm?
Any info would be appreciated.