Question about Traeger Industries BBQ070 All-in-One Grill / Smoker
Posted by Anonymous on
Could be that your auguris binding and putting heavy load on the motor. It could also be a bad GFI circuit. I doubt that your thermometer could put enough load on the circuit to cause the GFI to trip unless there's a big-time short in it. Could also be a short elsewhere in the wiring harness or fan motor.
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