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Smoker feeds all pucks spontaniously

My bradley smoker worked great for the first 3 times I used it, then it decided to start feeding all the pucks through continuously until it runs out while flashing E on the smoker side of the digital read out. I called bradley and asked them what to do, they told me it was as simple as cleaning up the orange wire in the back of the digital control box. When I opened it up there was nothing in there that even looked remotely dirty, none the less I cleaned and wiggled all the contacts and it still does the same thing. Any suggestions?

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I have exactly the same problem, as in the unit just continuously feeds the pucks thru and flashes "E" , do I have to send the unit back?
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    I am mid way through smoking a brisket. Earlier this morning I found that my Bradley Digital smoker was shoving pucks through as fast as it could. With a 60$ cut of meat on the line I removed the smoke generator and opened it up. I did so by backing out the screws that soround the perimeter of the base. After a quick inspection I found a loose wire. In my case it was one of two orange wires that plug into a small white plastic electrical connection. These wires make contact via small silver probes crimped on to the end of the wire. If you can see any of the silver crimped probe the wire is not making good contact. I used a pair of needle nose pliers to shove the probe fully into the white plastic connecter. Since then things have running perfectly

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