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First overnight cook and my fire went out!!! Start another one and keep going or call it a day?

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  • Excellent - that is what I do when I cook the turkey... I am not sure why I was so scared, unknown I guess... but that is what I am doing now - I just hope it was not too late. :(
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  • pgprescottpgprescott Posts: 1,452
    Yes black hole can happen, But in my experience when the dome temp lowers the fan kicks on and stokes the edges of the "hole" and your fire doesn't extinguish. I have never had a low fire go out with my digiQ. I have without it. Just saying.
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  • jlsmjlsm Posts: 845
    Do you have the standard grate? Possibly your holes are clogged. Rig a "wiggle rod" by bending a metal skewer 90 degrees at the end, stick it in a few grate holes from below, and wiggle. You should get better airflow. 

    Look into getting a High-Que. 
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    Owner of a large and a beloved mini in Philadelphia
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  • pgprescottpgprescott Posts: 1,452
    Not while sleeping.
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  • Follow up regarding the 4 hour rule and the suspect shoulder. 

    Every last scrap of everything was eventually eaten, it was great. My personal favorite was a pulled port and egg (over medium) sandwich for breakfast. Damn!
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