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a charcoal filter at the back might work?GazMan2 wrote: ↑January 31st, 2020, 1:19 amThe inside is clean, it's smoking because of the temperature. In order to brown the skin I set it to high for a short time, then cover the top and lower the heat to cook the bird all the way through.
Even if any of the seals needed replacing (which they might) the smell of the cooking (or smoke) would still be ejected out from the unit as it has a fan.
I still wonder at the gap in the market for such an option, it's so strange that no manufacturer has created a solution to this more so than something specialist.
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