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I have a masterbilt propane smoker with no decent instructions. Do I still have to use charcoal?

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No, no charcoal is necessary. If you used charcoal, you'd go from low and slow smoking, to high and fast grilling. That's not something you want or can do with a propane smoker. For more information and recipes go to www.masterbuilt.com

Posted on Mar 20, 2011

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I need a manual for may brinkmann propane smoker


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* The Brinkmann Corporation
Attn: Customer Service

4215 McEwen Road
Dallas, TX 75244
Toll Free:
(800) 468-5252
Local:
(972) 716-4262

OR you may send them an email through this link:
http://brinkmann.net/Customer%20Service/ContactUs.aspx

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