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My advice would be: go to Landsman Smokey Mountain/search parts lists for their propane smoker/order the proper burner, mounts, regulator and hose. Assemble according to the Parts diagram. install a wood chip box. Happy Smoking.
Goop will seal the hole and it will work (I use it for many fixes) the problem is that where there is a hole the metal is probably corroding and there is another spot that will go soon. If you can't find a direct replacement, have someone make one for you (unless you can do it yourself) until then get a tube of Goop (household) patch the hole and let it dry overnight.
The truth is that the user manual/instruction for your propane smoker is not available anywhere online. The manufacturers of this unit did not make it available. I went further searching and couldn't find any.
I would suggest you contact the manufacturer of this unit via phone or e-mail and request for the instruction/user manual from them. They might give it to you or direct you to a dealer where you can get the instruction/user manual.
This is the best you can do to get the instruction/user manual you are requesting for. Go to the propane smoker's website, check "Contact Us" and you would see their e-mail and phone number.
Below are some instructions that may help you with your propane smoker;
Set Up the Tank
The first thing to do in using your propane smoker is to connect the propane tank to the smoker. Open its valve by turning it in a clockwise direction. Next, you need to locate the wood chip box. Fill the box with any wood that you prefer, like hickory, mesquite or oak.
The wood chips when lit produce a smoky flavor that is absorbed by the food in the propane smoker. Each type of wood produces its own distinct flavor. Remember to soak the wood chips for at least an hour before using them so that they do not burn quickly. Soaking the wood chips also helps to create more smoke inside the propane smoker.
Fill the Water Box
After filling the wood chip box, you need to fill up the water box of the propane smoker. It is usually located right above the wood chip box. You can fill the water box with water or with sand. You can leave it empty, but it is best filled with water because the evaporation during the cooking process keeps the food from getting dry and tough.
When cooking with a propane smoker, moisture is important. Keep adding water when the level in the box is low. To add more flavor to your food, you can also add spices and seasonings to the water.
The propane smoker is almost ready. All that is left to do is turn on the smoker and adjust the temperature. Most models have a rotary dial that controls the level of temperature in the smoker. The temperature depends on the type of food that will be cooked.
You should use a higher temperature for thick slices of meat and a lower temperature for thin slices of meat or for vegetables. Once you see smoke coming out of the smoker, it is time to put in your meat or vegetables. Cooking time depends on the kind of food being cooked and the thickness of the meat being smoked.
It sounds like you are getting too much gas and not enough air. There should be an on the gas tube to the burner that slides open to adjust the air/gas mixture. Open this at small amounts unitl the burner burns cleaner (blue,yellow and white)
Hi, I've been smoking for over 10 years and basically use the Weber Smokey Mountain. You need lots of practice to make good "Que" but once you get the basics under your belt you too can make some awesome barbecue. I can guide you to the Virtual Weber Smokey Mountain site to get the basics. Google " Virtual Bullet" Enjoy...Hank
I had the same problem with mine. I took the burner assembly at the knob apart and cleaned it and that worked for me. The grease from the meat dripped down on the gas orifice and hardened reduced the amount of gas being jetted to the burner. Hope this helps