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My bbq/smoker model # bbq 070 serial #36096 is tripping the breaker everytime I turn it on, what is the problem. kevin@kmresorts.com

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There is some circui anywhere in the smoker u surely need en electricin service man to check it. check it soon dont use it or try to use it it mat be dangerous.. pls rate the answer

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