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I need a regulator for a Great Outdoors - Smoker

I need a regulator for a Great Outdoors - Smoky Mountain Series propane Smoker, model # A033141.

Specifically, Part # AZ001159 is needed for repair.

I have spent numerous hours trying to find a contact number or email for CFM Customer Service - this is Great Outdoors new owner. CFM's website is currently under service and seems that there is absolutely no customer service available.

Can anybody help me?

I am extremelly dissapointed in CFM customer service and need to fix my smoker soon...the salmon run has begun!

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Gas regulator are gas regulators so go to a hard ware shop that sells BBQ /outdoor cooker equipment,
take yours along as a sample and get a new unit

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SOURCE: I have a Great Outdoor smoker that won't get hot.

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

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You can look under Landmann USA. They make the smokers now.

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SOURCE: I have a Great Outdoor smoker that won't get hot.

try turning the gas nob almost to the off position this worked for me

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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.

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