I recently lucked out and upgraded from a 16" diameter offset smoker to a Viking Gravity feed smoker. The luck park because a friend was getting out of the game and let it go for a great price. It's amazing, all in all, it seals up exceptionally well, very efficient, but running into an issue with excessive moisture in it post cook I have not had in my previous smokers. To try and resolve it: -Tried "airing" it out as it cools from the cook. -Tried "burning" it at 300 & 400 degrees for a bit at the end of the cook. -Wiping it down a bit once at a safe temperature. -Made sure to clean the trap every time -Pulling the ash once it's safe. Other suggestions welcome, the moisture is wrecking the seasoning and I can't seem to resolve it.