Pellet Labels

Russells

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Not really a mod but I take one of those magnets plumbers hand out of other service companies and stuck a label on it for each type of pellet that’s in the hopper. I cut to the size of the label. With the new storage area, I just stick it on the side and the rest lay on bottom of probe storage. Sometimes I forget what I used last time and this helps. Getting old I suppose...lol

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Not really a mod but I take one of those magnets plumbers hand out of other service companies and stuck a label on it for each type of pellet that’s in the hopper. I cut to the size of the label. With the new storage area, I just stick it on the side and the rest lay on bottom of probe storage. Sometimes I forget what I used last time and this helps. Getting old I suppose...lol

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What an absolute brilliant idea! Thanks.
 

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OK, I immediadly stole Russels' idea. I used the Traeger magnets from the marketing stuff left on my new Ironwood 885. I peeled them off the signage and they were perfect. Being a network geek, I happen to have a Dymo Rhino 4200 label maker, so voilà (or Wah Lah in Texas), instant magnetic pellet labels. Super idea Russels! Thanks.

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