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I need to replace the heating element. I've only had this smoker for 18 months and have not used it that much. I'm disappinted that I need to replace the heating element so soon.

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It appears all the reviews i have read say that you cannot replace the heating element and they do not sell replacements , but from reading further many customers have been able to have the whole unit replaced . i would call customer support

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Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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