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Bradley smoker that shuts off for no reason

My dad bought a Bradley smoker this week and we are trying to use it for the first time today. It has shut itself off a few times for no apparent reason. It always comes back on, but we can't leave it alone for two hours like we would like to. Any ideas? Have you heard of any electronics related problems with these? If I had to guess, I would think some sort of limit is being tripped in it, but I obviously don't know. Any help is appreciated.
Nick

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  • Nick Knowlton Jun 11, 2008

    Hey Jim,

    If you were half as smart as you think you are, you might notice that I posted on Sunday, a day which Bradley is not open. For the record, both of your condescending suggestions were wrong. They are shipping a new one.

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Yes I have an answer, Rather than whining to the world, why don't you just ask the Bradley company--don't you think they would know? I know first hand they can help and they do care a bunch about their customers. Odds are you have not programmed it correctly or have it plugged in incorrectly (wires switched).

Jim

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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