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I have a Big Chief Smoker and I need the (heating, wiring assembly box). The box that sits inside of smoker that the element plugs into with the electrical plugs into on the outside of the smoker.

Any idea where I can get one of those?

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I am on my third cord. I love the smokers, and own 2 but the cord design stinks. You can clean the contacts all you want, but one always heats up, gets soft, loses its spring, and causes a weak contact. When that happens, it arcs, melts, and finally burns out. You can google "smokehouse cord" and find suppliers from $17.00 to $23.00 (smokehouseproducts.com). I'd like to hardwire a solution or make a replaceable head. If somebody has a good, safe design for this, let me know.

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The #4 Little Chief element is 7 inches and more importantly is 250 watts, this is the correct wattage for ALL Little Chief Smokers newer than about 15 - 20 years old.
The #5 Little Chief element is 8.5 inches and is also 250W but is for newer models before 2006.
Look at www.smokehouseproducts.com for clarification & best fit.
For very, very old models (20+) there is a ceramic disk (175W) that heats the chip pan and is hard to find and expensive, a person would be better off finding a new one on sale at the big box boys store

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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Try www.smokehouseproducts.com or any Cabela's or Sportman's Whorehouse, I mean Warehouse or any big box sporting goods store in general. The heating element is a hard one because it's probably the old style ceramic disk. We have two like that. They run on 175 Watts instead of the newer 250W using the "O" shape elements. They're $29.99 + s/h, we want to try to convert ours to the newer 'O' shape if possible. The elements are around $12.00 at Wally World. Best of luck!

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Big Chief smoker trips 20 amp GFCI

try to use another out let and see if it is the GFI outlet first if it trip the new outlet then you know it the grill and not the outlet

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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