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In Reply to: To seal or not to seal that is the question posted by barbqr on August 03, 2012 at 18:29:46:
Don't seal it, but not because of the reason chas gives. Your pellet pit has a thermometer, so it decides when to call for more fuel or idle. If that were an offset, you'd want to have an air tight system so as to run a low and slow temp without having your pit run wild temps and burn up all of your cooking fuel. Doesn't matter with a pellet pit. Oh, and you could seal the door without any ill effects . . . because there is a fan that delivers air to the fire pot, which is your air make up for that pit. It's up to you, but it's not necessary. Related, that dealer is incorrect in my opinion.
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