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Re: traeger question

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Posted by lewis and herschel on January 27, 2011 at 12:05:23:

In Reply to: traeger question posted by russsmoker on January 27, 2011 at 07:00:09:

It is likely a Hot Rod. You can unplug the components and plug it in to see if it blows the fuse, which ever one, and they are color coded, you have unplugged when the fuse does not blow, is the component needing to be replaced.

Basically you have the auger motor, muffin fan, and hot rod. The controllers rarely are the problem.

I have replaced the muffin fan and hot rod in mine.

Obviously, be safe.

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