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  1. burri

    Flagship 1100: loud bang when heating up

    Its just the picture angle. The drip pans have the semi circle on the angled lip that fits in the grease trough. The 1100 seems very solidly built to me...not counting the drip pan warping under heat. Just hope they can get their part #s correct and send me the correct replacement.
  2. burri

    Flagship 1100: loud bang when heating up

    Well, so far RT has sent me a drip pan for what I believe is the BB1000 (not really sure) and a steel deflector for the RT700. Photo of shipped parts Not sure why they cannot get the part numbers figured out and ship the correct part, but hopefully third time is the charm. sigh
  3. burri

    Wrapping Ribs versus a foil pan for 2nd step

    my 2 cents here... for spare ribs butcher paper over foil has become my preference I have had good luck recently smoking at 225 or Low now on the RT for about 45 minutes, then smoking for 3-4 hours at 275, move around as necessary & spritz as normally would, and only wrapping in butcher paper...
  4. burri

    Flagship 1100: loud bang when heating up

    Tested twice...its the drip pan. UPDATE: RT sending a replacement I am told.
  5. burri

    Flagship 1100: loud bang when heating up

    Next time I have it cleaned up so no grease really falling into the barrel or on on the deflector, I guess I can run it w/o the drip pan for a real test?
  6. burri

    Flagship 1100: loud bang when heating up

    Cast iron one, it's solid.
  7. burri

    Flagship 1100: loud bang when heating up

    Thanks for chiming in. Yea, figured it had to be the drip pan. Going to continue to push for a new one.
  8. burri

    Flagship 1100: loud bang when heating up

    My new Flagship 1100 seems to be working well, all except one thing... When the temp rises, to around 300-400 degrees, there is a loud bang. Everything else seems to be working just fine, and even after the bang, I've just kept smoking and have cooked on it now close to 10 times with no...
  9. burri

    New Owner: Clean Burn?

    Thanks. Good to know. I will be doing a mix of low/slow and grilling at higher temps, and that was my thought. ...residual grease impacting the taste of the next cook. I've been a kamado guy for the last 10yrs, and always burned everything off regularly after long smokes.
  10. burri

    New Owner: Clean Burn?

    Hello! New Flagship 1100 owner here, and new to pellet smokers in general. I've done the initial burn off, and cooked wings, thighs, and most recently a pork shoulder. I've cleaned it up after the shoulder, but curious if people do a clean burn on pellet smokers? ie, as you would on a kamado...
  11. burri

    Bull Big green egg owners

    I'm in exact same scenario... A few years before the pandemic hit, I upgraded from a gasser to a Kamado Joe Classic. I love it, and have used it extensively. But have gotten the itch and looking at pellet grills for all the same reasons already mentioned. More space, set/forget, doing more...
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