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    Post your live HeaterMeter Cooks

    I think I manually triggered most of them, more out of habit.
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    Post your live HeaterMeter Cooks

    Cooking some butts: https://thedogee.mooo.com/luci Edit: Done. Ran out of fuel around 13:00, had to add more. Did not insert the food probe till then, at 15:00 swapped from smaller butt to larger one.
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    Post your live HeaterMeter Cooks

    Looks awesome. Can you post your settings and placement of the probe?
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    Servo whine ?

    Sorry, I should have paid closer attention. I think the ones from the store use SG90 servos (not sure, have not bought one directly from store), which hare slightly different. Not sure if it would fit directly, probably not. I seem to recall the shoulder height is different.
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    Servo whine ?

    While by no means necessary, if it bugs you too much, you may have better luck with a higher quality servo like this: https://vorpal-robotics-store.myshopify.com/products/vorpal-brand-mg90-micro-servos
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    Servo whine ?

    Clever
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    Servo whine ?

    The cheap servos tend to do that. Sometimes adding a capacitor to the servo power leads helps. Something like 30uF.
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    Brand New Damper Design - "The Micro Damper"

    The way you are necking down the output of the damper will definitely cut down the output with such a small fan. I also don't understand why you have the max fan output set to 40%. Maybe try setting it to 100. Seems like you are not getting enough air and fire is going out, or you ran out of...
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    Battery Setup questions.

    I use batteries from dewalt drill 20V max battery packs with a 12v adapter. Just need to make sure to remove the adapter from the battery or it will kill them due to the adapter poor design.
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    HeaterMeter Monitor and ESP8266/ESP32 Streaming Library

    Thanks for the update, greatly appreciated!
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    HeaterMeter Monitor and ESP8266/ESP32 Streaming Library

    If you look at the part number of on the side of the white LED block, the parts ending in: BS=Red BY=Yellow BG=Green BH=White BB=Blue
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    HeaterMeter Monitor and ESP8266/ESP32 Streaming Library

    You only get the download zip option for the whole heatermeter project, not for the subdirectories like heatermeter client.
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    HeaterMeter Monitor and ESP8266/ESP32 Streaming Library

    It appears to be commented out in the SCAD as "lid()". You can turn it on by uncommenting it. I did not try to print a lid so cannot confirm if it comes out correctly.
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    HeaterMeter Monitor and ESP8266/ESP32 Streaming Library

    Admittedly, my changes were a "screw with it till it looks right" exercise and was not exactly sure the intent behind some of the variables. The issue I was running into was the the lcd_window_offset needed to be negative which was causing weird things to happen. Rather than try to figure out...

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