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Old 06-06-2005, 04:57 PM   #1
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Rick, take a look here!


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Old 06-06-2005, 05:24 PM   #2
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Rick, this will do it. Just connect the leads to the jumper box leads and plug the other end into your Guru.


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Old 06-06-2005, 05:29 PM   #3
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Those smaller ones should work fine. I read some threads on TVWBB and they were talking about how the packs last through a comp. with no problems at all.
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What are these used for?
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What are these used for?
Mike, it's for running your Guru when you aren't near an electrical outlet.
Unless you mean what's a Guru for. 8-[
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yea - like, what's a guru? You mean you leave your pit? Alone? All by himself? Haven't you ever heard of the BPSAA? That's the Barbeque Pit and Smoker Abandonment Act? There's the possibility of heavy fines and confiscation of your pit.
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Don't see how the Guru works, and not sure if I'd trust it. How's it gonna put more wood on for you. How's it gonna turn down the heat, without moving the dampers? Besides it takes all the fun out of Qin'! Might as well hire someone else to cook for you too.
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Don't see how the Guru works, and not sure if I'd trust it. How's it gonna put more wood on for you. How's it gonna turn down the heat, without moving the dampers? Besides it takes all the fun out of Qin'! Might as well hire someone else to cook for you too.
Now that would take all the fun out of it!
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Hey Bob, welcome aboard! I'm sure Pigs has a few questions for ya. :winkie:
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