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Using the BBQ Guru in the rain

Does anyone out there know if the blower is waterproof?

I intend to use today in the rain. The controller will be under cover (plastic bucket) but what about the blower... is it waterproof ?
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  • I have never trusted mine to be waterproof. I use an aluminum foil tent over the blower that I secure to the exposed round shaft.
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  • Hungry JoeHungry Joe Posts: 1,128
    edited September 2013

    . I do the tin foil tent also.

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  • BYS1981BYS1981 Posts: 1,819
    I'd Jerry rig a 5 gallon bucket to it, and cut out the bottom of the bucket to allow air flow, if time permits.
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  • That all makes a lot of sense

    Cheers

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  • The Gurus are not waterproof.  They are water resistant, per BBQ Guru.  I place my control unit in a zip loc bag and make sure there is something above the blower to stop the rain from getting to it.  Usually, I trust my umbrella to do that.
    The Naked Whiz
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  • Thanks 


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  • BTW: I used the Guru for the first time at the weekend (in the rain)

    Got the best ribs and brisket I have every had


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