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It is possible that the igniter went bad and should be replaced.

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check with the manufacturer's website we do not search for parts

Grilling • Answered on Apr 12, 2021


https://www.reddit.com/r/Masterbuilt/comments/gvuxh0/error_4/

Grilling • Answered on Mar 28, 2021


Sounds like the burner is cracked and it is lighting back to the injector

Grilling • Answered on Mar 09, 2021


Either the element has failed and has an internal short (test with a meter), or a wire has burned off the element and is touching the case.

Grilling • Answered on Feb 28, 2021


Burn the buildup off with a torch connected to a propane tank, the kind you would use on a camp stove.(the tank)

Grilling • Answered on Feb 08, 2021


Is this on a Gas Grill BBQ? When you press the button and turn it to engage the igniter a long flame is supposed to come out to reach the near end of the burner. When you let go of the knob, it should vanish. If it does, no problem. click COMMENT to reply.

Grilling • Answered on Jan 28, 2021


The unit will not turn on if the internal temp sensor is below 40 degrees. Warm it with a hot rag or hair dryer, or bring the unit inside to warm up and it will turn on. Once the unit turns on for a minute or so, it will work fine outside.

This isn't the ideal solution, but it will work. I don't know why they don't want the smoker to turn on when it is cold out (unless they are worried that the quick change in temp will damage the heating coil).

Masterbuilt... • Answered on Jan 03, 2021


READ FIRST! Before trying any of the lengthy suggestions regarding repairs on Masterbuilt electric smokers, consider this. It APPEARS (based on testing, not reverse engineering) that Masterbuilt designed the controller on my unit (140S) to error out below a certain minimum temperature. If you are like me and have your smoker outside (as you should), but in sub freezing temperatures, you too may get this error. Just shoot the short temperature probe (on the back wall of the cabinet) with a hair dryer for a minute or two. Then plug back in for no error (assuming you do not have an actual wiring or probe failure). Just make sure to immediately start it heating before it drops too low again... If this was by design, shame on Masterbuilt! If this was by error, shame on their engineers! If this behaviour is due to an intermittent problem with my unit, shame on me for not fully testing all possibilities once I found an easy fix...

Masterbuilt... • Answered on Dec 27, 2020


This may be close enough. There is no other manual online.

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Sharper Image... • Answered on Dec 23, 2020


Clean them with CLR or a wire brush , sand blast them ,.

Weber Q Grill • Answered on Dec 22, 2020


In the past I have owned several portable gas room heaters of a similar design and I remember needing to blow gently across the unlighted radiant of two of them before it would light. I am not absolutely certain but I seem to remember the centre radiant of the heater that worked well was slightly different in that at each bottom corner there was a slightly bigger hole that allowed a little tongue of flame to emerge at an angle so when 2 or 3 radiants was selected they lit without hesitation.

Grilling • Answered on Dec 19, 2020


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