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Air holes
I have seen some drill holes in there popper for more air flow.....just wondering if it works?
In the popper case ? Or the tin roasting chamber.

For airflow, the bottom holes are enough.

For case cooling, I think insulating the roast canister with some tape would work better than drilling holes in the enclosure.
Unfortunately can't show you an international equivalent of the tape I am using, so will post here the link to local source, a fireplace business.

At only 5mm thick, the insulating it does it's amazing... I can keep the hand on the insulator, while the roasting is in progress. This means maximum 60 C degrees outside, when inside are 150-200 C.
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