S S M M O O K K I I N N G G ( ( C C O O N N T T ) )
Allow food to cook approximately 30-45 minutes per pound.
Check the water level periodically and add water if needed.
When adding water, wear an oven mitt and slide the wood chip
pan/water pan rack slightly toward the door opening, add water
and slide the rack back into place. You can add additional wood
chips by following the same procedure.
Use a meat thermometer to check the temperature of your food.
The heat indicator on the door will provide the approximate
temperature inside the smoker but you should use a meat
thermometer to ensure that your food is fully cooked.
After you are finished smoking, turn the controller knob to the
off position and always unplug the smoker from the electric
outlet and allow the smoker to cool. Once the smoker has
cooled, follow the instructions in the "Care and Maintenance"
section of this manual.
Performance of the smoker is dependent on ambient
temperature and wind conditions.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Water pan, wood chip pan and cooking grids should be washed
with hot, soapy water then rinsed and allowed to dry. Cooking
grids can be lightly coated with vegetable oil or cooking spray to
prevent food from sticking.
A light coating of vegetable or cooking spray may also be
applied to the inside of the smoker to prevent rusting.
If rust appears on the exterior of the smoker, clean the affected
area with steel wool and apply a high-temperature resistant
Do not apply additional paint to the interior surface of the
smoker. If rust develops, use steel wool to remove and then
coat with vegetable oil or cooking spray.
After the electric element has completely cooled, clean with a
damp cloth after each use.
B B E E F F O O R R E E S S T T O O R R I I N N G G Y Y O O U U R R G G R R I I L L L L : :
• Clean all surfaces.
• When cool and not in use, store your smoker indoors in a dry
location to protect against rusting.
• If storing the grill outdoors, cover the grill with a grill cover for
protection from the weather.
E E L L E E C C T T R R I I C C A A L L S S P P E E C C I I F F I I C C A A T T I I O O N N S S