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Over temp just changed the element and when I pluged it in I got an over temp. I pressed the rest and I got a TT69

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At what temperature do you cook bone in and boneless prime rib and how long per pound


13 - 15 minutes per pound @ 300 - 325 degrees F, pull when meat is 125 F - 130 F (internal temp.) for rare to medium-rare. Err on the low side. Allow to rest; the meat will continue to cook while resting. For example, if you cook it to be medium-rare (130ish F), then pull it out of the oven, and let it rest, it will end up being medium to medium-well (140 - 145 F) once cut. So be aware.

Bone-in, bone-out it doesn't really matter, because the bone is not in the center of the meat. It's best to let the prime warm at room temp for a period of time, before cooking. An hour or so from the refrigerator (not frozen).

Some people like to place the prime into a hot (425 F) oven or grill/smoker for 10 -15 minutes, then turn down to roasting temp. This is done to sear the outside, which will give it a crispy/seared outside. This doesn't "lock in" flavor, juices or anything else, it is more of a visual and texture thing. If you do this, the cooking time will be reduced, because the oven/grill will have to come down in temp over a period of time while the meat is cooking. I don't recommend doing this with prime rib. It ends up being overcooked and tough, due to the fast then slow roasting of the meat.

What you want to keep in mind is: roast the meat low and slow. Check the internal temp, with a meat thermometer, early to avoid overcooking. Don't forget the internal temp of the meat will rise after taking it out of the oven. Let it rest for 10 - 15 minutes before slicing the meat.

Mar 26, 2016 | Grilling

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Plugged in my Butter ball turkey fryer set it to 375 and it on got warm. what is the problem?


Hi, it sounds like your temp/thermostat switch is not working properly. Your heating element is warm but not enough this points to the temp/thermostat faulty.

Nov 26, 2015 | Grilling

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How many minutes per pound for a pork roast?


10-12# Boston B @ 300-325 degrees = 4hrs +/- Its all about temperature. Wrap @ 165* internal temp in heavy foil & cook to an internal temp of 195-200*.. remove from oven and let it rest for 30 minutes.. You are done.

Feb 24, 2015 | Grilling

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Need a heating Element for a Master Build Digital Smokehouse Model# 20070106 Serial# GA040923


Since the - - -holes @ Masterbuilt told me they don't sell them, and after extensive seraches on the net, I found a company that is making me one for $37.50 plus shipping. (As of August 31, 2011)
Contact: david@hhelectricmfg.com and tell him you want to order a heating element identical to one he is making for Lelys. (The mountting plate may be a little different, but all you'll have to do is drill new holes in the new mounting plate.

Good luck!

Aug 29, 2011 | Masterbuilt 20070106 Electric Smoker

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The digital control panel is not working. the heating element is ok. the heating element is ok but it won't heat up


Use a hair dryer or a hot wet rag on the internal thermostat. The smoke will not start if the internal temp is below 40F. Once you warm up the internal thermostat, it will start right up.

Dec 18, 2010 | Masterbuilt 20070106 Electric Smoker

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My smoker won't heat. The light on my digital panel won't turn on, but the temp numbers and time will


Hi,

You must check and test the entire eletrical power cord...

Take a look in the power cord terminals ( AC conectors)

Or it´s time to Repair, and you will need to change your heating element.

see the pictures!


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I have a step by step guide here in this link, I think it will help you. Good Luck!

Dec 06, 2010 | Masterbuilt 20070106 Electric Smoker

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I'm getting power to my smoker but the heating element is not getting hot. What can I do?


Get a voltmeter or multi-tester, test power to the element. If there is power, then heating element is bad. If not power to the element, then temp sensor or control board may be bad.

Sep 06, 2010 | Masterbuilt 20070106 Electric Smoker

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My masterbuilt smoker is about two years old and worked well up to last weekend when the heating element did not warm up. The digital control indicated that there was power to it,it appeared to be...


the element has given out most likely, you can test the element with a meter by checking for resistance. If there is no resistance it is bad.

Aug 14, 2010 | Masterbuilt Grilling

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If it does not smoke?


First make sure you have power. If the digital control unit lights up and you can set temp and time, put the temp at the highest setting. Wait until the red light turns on wait a few minutes. Check the element, it should be glowing cherry red. If it doesn
t get red hot then the element is bad or there is a bad wire that is broken or shorted out. Good Luck

Mar 07, 2010 | Masterbuilt ESQ30B Smoker

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Very slow getting heat up to preset temp


Remove the back sheet metal cover and check to see if the wire connections to the element are good ad tight with no corrosion, if burnt or corroded there is too much resistance and the element will not heat up fast as it should and will very soon not heat up at all.

Aug 08, 2008 | Masterbuilt ESQ30B Smoker

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