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Don't know where to put wood chunks in a Char-broil electric h20 smoker!!

I don't know wher to put the wood chunks in my Char-broil H2O electric smoker. I know in other smokers you put the chunks in the charcoal, but that part of the smoker is covered up and they told me at char-broil that you put them in with the water. Is that true? It doesn't seem right!

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Dip wood chips/chunks in boiling hot water for a few minutes if you're in a hurry or allow to to soak in tap water for about an hour if you have plenty of time. Either way, place the soaked chips around and under the heating element at the bottom. Don't throw out the water; heat it up and pour it in the water pan. Heating it up to boil will give your smoker a good head start. I've been doing that on my char-broil smoker for years.

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