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Old 09-09-2012, 06:10 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by paulster2626
Yeah those burners suck, nothing you can do, you'll always have soot on your kettle.
Not necessarily true. I have two of these cheapo turkey fryer burners. I noticed my one fat large diameter pot doesn't get any soot but my taller skinnier pot is LOADED with soot every time, no matter what burner I use (2 diff brands of turkey fryer).
Both pots are 9 gallons but the skinnier one always gets soot!
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