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Smoke Hollow 44241G2 44-Inch Vertical Popane Gas Smoker
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- 6.5 cubic feet of cooking area capacity to easily handle enough food for largest gatherings
- 5 Cooking Grids: 2-Standard Cooking Grids, 2-Jerky Grids, 1-Rib Rack 1-Sausage Hanger
- Dual door design with Tempered Glass viewing window
- Dual stainless steel burners operated independently operated for optimum performance and temperature control
- Large porcelain coated water pan
- 2 porcelain coated wood chip pans with lids
- Temperature Gauge
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|Item Dimensions||60 x 33 x 24.5 inches|
|Item Weight||100 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||44241G2|
|Shipping Weight||106 pounds|
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The Smoke Hollow 44" two-door smoker is equipped with:
2 -12,000 BTU stainless steel burners which can be operated independently for optimum performance and temperature control.
5-Total Cooking Grids:
2 - Standard Grids
2 - Jerky Style Grids
1 - Rib Rack
1 - Sausage Hanger
The Smoke Hollow 44" also features 2 wood chip pans to provide just the right of amount of smoke flavor and a large porcelain-coated water pan.
6 cubic feet of capacity, can easily handle enough food for large gatherings.
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1 got taken to mexico the other unpacked here in CA.
Both were dented and came without instructions.
Neither will heat up over 220 and the smoke bins have all warped.
Just off the phone with Kerrie from Smoke Hollow.
She is very nice and gave suitable suggestions.
1. There is some sort of industry standard safety in the regulator that goes on (safety) when you open the propane tank valve fully especially at full tank level.
She said to undo the connection and wait 5 minutes, reattach and slowly open the propane tank 1/4 turn, light the unit and it should be good to go.
a. I have turned mine open all the way, and both units had fresh tanks attached.
2. If that doesn't get the heat up.
She suggested I fiddle with air mixture adjusters which are located at the end of the burner tubes.
a. I looked for them prior to knowing where they were..... As my other units that have adjusters have them at the entrance to the gas to the burner.
I will try these suggestions.... I hope that we have all learned something from them.
She is also sending me new chip boxes that distorted from the many hours of realllllllllly sloooooooow cooking with little flames that warped all 4 of them. Thank you Kerrie.
She is also sending me a manual which neither unit came with.
Great customer service. I will check out unit number 1 after work today in CA. Happy grilling!
Great news!!!!! The regulator safety was my California smokers problem.
It got up over 400 degrees pretty quickly!!!! I did not have the chip boxes in, or the liquid tray.
IT WORKS!!!!! HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY UP TO 4 STARS, only 4 as both my units came in new boxes but were damaged inside like many others have reported, and the temperature gauge that came with each unit is not close to accurate.
For the money, well worth the cooker!
The smoker seemed to be packed well. Nothing was dented when I unboxed the parts. The sheet metal does seem to be on the thin side, but I wasn't expecting this to be a pro quality smoker. Others have said the doors don't seem to seal tightly. I haven't used it yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if I get some smoke leaking out of the door. I already tighted the latches as far as they'll go (they have some adjustment). If it doesn't seal, I'll stick a gasket around the door.
I at least hooked up a propane tank to it to test it. Some users have reported one burner not lighting. I DID have this same problem with the left burner. I pried back the shield covering the burners and igniters, and saw the wire to the electrode for lighting the left burner was twisted around and jammed in between the electrode and the sheet metal, where the electrode protrudes out to reach the burner. I pulled the wire back behind the sheet metal shield where its supposed to be, and saw that the shielding had been scraped away where it had been jammed against the sheet metal. It was shorting out against the metal. Once I had it pulled away, it ignited just fine. I wrapped that part of the wire with a bit of electrical tape. The problem was definitely an assembly/packing problem (that part of the smoker is already assembled during manufacture).
While I didn't expect this smoker to be pro quality, it was irritating to have to troubleshoot a manufacturing defect. However, it was minor, and seems to now be fully functional. I'll try to come back and update after using it for a bit.
EDIT: working on smoking a brisket. A little bit of smoke leaks out the door, but it's not a big deal. This thing runs HOT. One burner on low, keeps it around 225 F. I got this with the idea of performing DIY modifications to convert to natural gas. If it's running this hot on propane, I may not even have to modify the orifices for natural gas. One I run a gas line to it and test, I'll report back.