Masterbuilt 20070311 Instruction manual

ASSEMBLY, CARE & USE MANUAL
WARNING & SAFETY INFORMATION
Manual Code: 9807100002 100916-04JH
ELECTRIC SMOKER MODELS 20070211, 20070311, 20070411
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY
Approximate assembly time : 15 minutes
Tool needed for assembly: Phillips Head Screwdriver
CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD
Burning wood chips gives off carbon
monoxide, which has no odor
and can cause death.
DO NOT burn wood chips inside homes,
vehicles, tents, garages or any enclosed areas.
Use only outdoors where it is
well ventilated.
WARNING
This manual contains important
information necessary for the proper
and safe use of this unit.
Read and follow all warnings
and instructions before using
smoker and during use.
Keep this manual for future reference.
Some parts may have sharp edges
handle with care.
Failure to follow these warnings and instructions properly could result in personal injury or death.
GENERAL WARNINGS AND SAFETY INFORMATION
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed including
the following:
• For outdoor use only. Do not operate in an enclosed area.
• Unit MUST be on the ground. Do not place unit on tables or counters. Do NOT move unit across
uneven surfaces.
• Do not lift unit by rear handle.
• Do not plug in electric smoker until fully assembled and ready for use.
• Use only approved grounded electrical outlet.
• Do not use during an electrical storm.
• Do not expose electric smoker to rain or water at anytime.
• To protect against electrical shock do not immerse cord, plug or control panel in water or other
liquid.
• Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after appliance malfunctions or has
been damaged in any manner. Contact Masterbuilt Customer Service for assistance at
1-800-489-1581.
• Keep a fire extinguisher accessible at all times while operating electric smoker.
• Do not let cord hang touch hot surfaces.
• Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
• Keep children and pets away from electric smoker at all times. Do not allow children to use
electric smoker. Close supervision is necessary should children or pets be in area where electric
smoker is being used.
• Fuel, such as charcoal briquettes or heat pellets, are not to be used in electric smoker.
• Never use electric smoker as a heater (READ CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD).
• Use electric smoker only on a level, stable surface to prevent tipping.
• Electric smoker is HOT while in use and will remain HOT for a period of time afterwards. Use
caution.
• Do not touch HOT surfaces.
• Do not allow anyone to conduct activities around electric smoker during or following its use until
the unit has cooled. Electric smoker is HOT during operation and remains HOT for a period of
time following use.
• The use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs may impair the user’s ability to
properly assemble or safely operate electric smoker.
WARNINGS & IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS CONTINUED ON PAGE 2
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GENERAL WARNINGS AND SAFETY INFORMATION
• Avoid bumping or impacting electric smoker.
• Never move electric smoker when in use. Allow electric smoker to cool completely before moving
or storing.
• Be careful when removing food from electric smoker. All surfaces are HOT and may cause burns.
Use protective gloves or long, sturdy cooking tools.
• Do not cover cooking racks with metal foil. This will trap heat and cause severe damage to
electric smoker.
• Drip tray is only for the bottom of electric smoker. Do not put drip tray on cooking racks this may
damage electric smoker.
• Wood tray is HOT when electric smoker is in use. Use caution when adding wood.
• To disconnect, turn control panel “OFF” then remove plug from outlet.
• Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow unit to cool completely before
adding/removing grates, tray or water bowl.
• Dispose of cold ashes by placing them in aluminum foil, soaking with water and discarding in a
non-combustible container.
• Do not store electric smoker with HOT ashes inside unit. Store only when all surfaces are cold.
• Accessory attachments not supplied by Masterbuilt Manufacturing, Inc. are not recommended and
may cause injury.
• The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause
injuries.
• Never use electric smoker for anything other than its intended purpose. This unit is not for
commer cial use.
• Always use electric smoker in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal fire codes.
• Longer extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use.
• If a longer extension cord is used the marked rating should be at least as great as the electrical
rating of the appliance.
• The extension cord must be a grounding -type 3-wire cord.
• Outdoor extension cords must be used with outdoor use products and are marked with suffix “W”
and with the statement “Suitable for Use with Outdoor Appliances.
• CAUTION - To reduce the risk of electric shock, keep extension cord connection dry and off the
ground.
• Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot liquids.
• Do not clean this product with a water spray or the like.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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LET’S GET STARTED!
• This is a slow smoker…allow sufficient time for cooking. Smoker is for OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
• “Preseason” smoker prior to first use. See page 11.
• Pre-heat smoker for 30 to 45 minutes at max temperature before loading food.
• DO NOT cover racks with aluminum foil as this will not allow heat to circulate properly.
• Do not overload smoker with food. Extra large amounts of food may trap heat, extend cooking
time and cause uneven cooking. Leave space between food on racks and smoker sides to ensure
proper heat circulation. If utilizing cooking pans, place pans on center of rack to ensure even
cooking. Please see manual for more detail.
• Close air damper on top of unit to retain moisture and heat. If cooking foods such as fish or jerky,
open air damper to release moisture.
• Temperature reading on control panel will fluctuate + or - 10 to 15 degrees as smoker cycles on
and off.
• Store smoker in a dry area after use.
• Extreme cold temperatures may extend cooking times.
• CLEAN AFTER EVERY USE. This will extend the life of your smoker and prevent mold and
mildew.
ENJOY!
WARNING
COMBUSTION BY-PRODUCT PRODUCED WHEN USING THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS CHEMICALS
KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS,
OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM, OR CANCER.
THE MATERIALS USED IN THIS PRODUCT MAY CONTAIN LEAD A CHEMICAL KNOWN TO THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS AND OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM.
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STOP
DO NOT RETURN TO RETAILER
For Assembly Assistance, Missing or Damaged Parts
Call: MASTERBUILT Customer Service at 1-800-489-1581.
PARTS LIST
1
13
3
2
7
14
6
19
9
8
10
16
18
17
22
11
21
12
20
4
5
15
PART NO QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
1
1
Smoker Body
2
1
Smoker Door
3
1
Air Damper
4
2
Adjustable Screw Leg
PART NO QUANTITY DESCRIPTION
12
1
Drip Pan
13
4
Smoking Rack
14
1
Door Hinge
15
1
Grease Tray
5
2
Wheels
16
2
Leg Boot
6
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
1
1
Digital Control
Rear Handle
Door Latch
Water Bowl
Wood Chip Holder
17
18
19
20
21
1
1
1
1
2
11
1
Wood Chip Loader
22
1
Wireless Remote Control
Meat Probe
Light Bulb Cover
Element
Cooking Grate Support
Rack
Wood Chip Lid
4
HARDWARE LIST
(A)
M5*14
Phillips Screw
Qty: 12
PARTS LIST
Models 20070211, 20070311
PART NO
REPLACEMENT PART
PART NO
REPLACEMENT PART
ITEM NO
1
Body Kit
9907100005
1
Body Kit
9907100002
2
Door with Window
9907090036
2
Door with Window
9907090028
3
Air Damper Kit
990060221
3
Air Damper Kit
990060221
4
Adjustable Screw Leg
910050006
4
Adjustable Screw Leg
910050006
5
Wheel Kit
9907100004
5
Wheel Kit
9907100004
6
Digital Control Kit
9907100001
6
Digital Control Kit
9907100001
7
Rear Handle Kit
9907100003
7
Rear Handle Kit
9907100015
8
Door Latch Kit
990070018
8
Door Latch Kit
990070018
9
Water Bowl
910060064
9
Water Bowl
910050030
10
Wood Chip Holder
9007090092
10
Wood Chip Holder
9007100018
11
Wood Chip Loader
9007090093
11
Wood Chip Loader
9007090093
12
Drip Pan
910060065
12
Drip Pan
910070028
13
Smoking Rack
910060062
13
Smoking Rack
910050029
14
Door Hinge Kit
9907090041
14
Door Hinge Kit
9907090041
15
Grease Tray
910060047
15
Grease Tray
910060047
16
Leg Boot
910050009
16
Leg Boot
910050009
17
Wireless Remote Control
9007100008
17
Wireless Remote Control
9007100008
18
Meat Probe
9007080006
18
Meat Probe
9007080006
19
Light Bulb Cover Kit
9907090035
19
Light Bulb Cover Kit
9907090035
20
Element Kit
9907090039
20
Element Kit
9907090033
21
Cooking Grate Support
Rack Kit
9907090037
21
Cooking Grate Support
Rack Kit
990050049
22
Wood Chip Lid Kit
9907100014
22
Wood Chip Lid Kit
9907100013
Grease Tray Bracket Kit
9900500024
Grease Tray Bracket Kit
9900500024
Hardware Kit
998050010
Hardware Kit
998050010
Instruction Manual
9807100002
Instruction Manual
9807100002
STOP
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ITEM NO
Model 20070411
DO NOT RETURN TO RETAILER
For Assembly Assistance, Missing or Damaged Parts
Call: MASTERBUILT Customer Service at 1-800-489-1581.
ASSEMBLY
• BEFORE ASSEMBLY READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
• ASSEMBLE UNIT ON A CLEAN, FLAT SURFACE.
• TOOL NEEDED: PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWDRIVER
STEP 1
Position wheel (5) on bottom of
smoker body (1) as shown.
A
Insert adjustable screw leg (4)
into bottom of wheel (5).
Secure wheel (5) to bottom of
smoker body (1) using phillips
screws (A).
5
1
4
A
Tension
Nuts
Repeat step for opposite side.
Note: Set adjustable screw leg
height by turning clockwise/counterclockwise so that smoker is
level when unit is upright. Once
level, secure back leg positions
with attached tension nuts.
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1
STEP 2a
Position control panel (6) on top of
smoker body (1) as shown.
Align slots on wire connecter from
control panel with tabs on wire
connecter on smoker as shown
and connect together.
Stabilizing
Screw
Keyhole
STEP 2b
Mount control panel by inserting
stabilizing screw head into
keyhole.
Note: Stabilizing screw may need
slight adjustment for snug fit.
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ASSEMBLY
STEP 3
Secure control panel (6) to smoker
body (1) with phillips screws (A).
6
Note: Do not over tighten.
A
STEP 4
Attach rear handle (7) to back of
smoker body (1) using phillips
screws (A) as shown.
NOTE: Do not lift unit by rear handle.
A
7
A
1
7
ASSEMBLY
STEP 5
Slide cooking racks (13) onto
guides inside smoker.
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STEP 6
Place water bowl (9) onto lower
bracket inside smoker.
9
THE INFORMATION
CONTAINED IN THIS
Note: Water bowl must always be
in place during smoking process,
even if there is no water or other
liquid in bowl. Bowl will prevent
food from dripping onto wood chip
lid.
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ASSEMBLY
STEP 7
Place wood chip holder (10) in
smoker as shown.
Note: Wood chip holder and wood
chip loader MUST be in place
when using smoker. This
minimizes the chance of flare ups.
10
STEP 8
Place drip pan (12) inside smoker
below heating element as shown.
Make sure drip pan hole aligns with
hole in bottom of smoker.
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9
ASSEMBLY
STEP 9
Slide brackets on back of grease
tray (15) onto tabs on back of
smoker body (1) until grease tray
stops.
1
Note: Wheels will not operate
while grease tray is in place.
Remove grease tray to push/pull
smoker.
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STEP 10
Insert wood chip loader (11) into
side of smoker as shown.
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PRE-SEASON INSTRUCTIONS
Preseason smoker prior to first use. Make sure water pan is in place with NO WATER. Set
temperature to 275°F (135°C) and run unit for 3 hours. Shut down and allow to cool. Some smoke may
appear during this time, this is normal. During last 45 minutes, add 1 cup of wood chips in chip loader to
complete preseasoning.
SMOKER IS NOW READY FOR USE
HOW TO USE WOOD CHIP LOADER
Pre-soak wood chips in water for at least 30 minutes. - Applies to models 20070211 and 20070311 ONLY.
Before starting unit, place 1 cup of wood chips in chip loader.
Never use more than 1 cup of wood chips at a time. Never use wood chunks.
Insert wood chip loader into smoker. Wood chips should be level with top rim of wood chip loader.
Turn handle to “Unload” mark on smoker. Wood will drop onto wood chip holder. Turn handle to “Load”
and leave wood chip loader in place inside smoker.
Check wood chip holder periodically to see if wood has burned down by removing wood chip loader and
looking into smoker through hole. Add more chips as needed.
Wood chip loader must be pulled out completely from smoker when checking wood chip level.
ADDING MORE WOOD DURING SMOKING PROCESS:
Caution: Keep smoker door closed when adding wood chips.
Note: Wood chip loader will be HOT even if handle is not.
LOAD
To add wood, turn handle to “Load” position on smoker.
UNLOAD
Pull wood chip loader from smoker.
Place wood chips in wood chip loader and re-insert into smoker.
Turn handle to “Unload” mark on smoker. Wood will drop onto wood chip holder.
Temperature may spike briefly after wood is added. It will stabilize after a short time. Do not adjust
temperature setting.
CAUTION
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When door is opened a flare up may occur. Should wood
chips flare up, immediately close door, wait for wood chips
to burn down then open door again. Do not spray with water.
HOW TO USE CONTROL PANEL & REMOTE CONTROL
Note: Direct sunlight may interfere with ability to read LED display, block light if needed.
To set temperature:
•Press ON button.
•Press SET TEMP button once-LED display will blink.
•Use +/- to set temperature.
•Press SET TEMP button again to lock in temperature.
Note: Heating will not begin until timer is set.
To set timer:
•Press SET TIME button once-LED display for hours will blink.
•Use +/- to set hours.
•Press SET TIME button again to lock in hours. The minutes LED will start blinking.
•Use +/- to set minutes.
•Press SET TIME to lock in minutes and start cook cycle.
Heat will turn off when time has expired.
To use meat probe:
• Insert meat probe into center of meat to get most accurate reading.
• Press and hold MEAT PROBE button-LED display will show internal temperature of meat.
• Once MEAT PROBE button is released-LED display will return to set temperature or set time.
To use light:
• Press LIGHT button to turn light on.
• Press LIGHT button to turn light off.
To RESET control panel:
If control panel shows an error message, turn electric smoker off, unplug unit from outlet, wait
ten seconds, plug unit back into outlet, then turn electric smoker on. This will reset control panel.
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HOW TO USE CONTROL PANEL & REMOTE CONTROL
*Batteries not
included
To replace batteries:
• Slide belt clip to the left to remove.
• Press tab down on battery cover and pull out.
• Install 2 “AAA” Alkaline batteries. Check positive (+) and negative (-) symbols, on the case and
battery, to insure proper installation.
• Replace the battery cover.
• Remove batteries before storing remote control.
To test frequency range:
• Turn unit on.
• Use remote to turn light on and off as you move away from unit.
• Remote control is out of frequency range when light will no longer turn on and off.
IMPORTANT
• Do not leave remote control exposed to sunlight for prolonged periods of time.
• Remote control has frequency range of up to 100ft (30m).
• Test frequency range before and during use.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the remote is not working properly or not interfacing correctly with the controller, it may be due to
weak batteries, batteries being incorrectly installed or the remote is not correctly linked to controller.
Possible solutions
• Replace batteries and install according to image in battery housing
• Link remote and controller by:
a. Turn Controller & Remote “ON”,
b. Press and HOLD “SET TEMP” on controller for 3 seconds.
c. On the Remote press “MEAT PROBE”, “LIGHT”, “MEATPROBE”, “LIGHT” (all buttons must be
pressed within 5 seconds of each other) A short beep will occur after each button press.
CAUTION
• Keep batteries away from small children. If battery is swallowed consult a physician immediately.
• Be sure to insert batteries correctly. Improper installation may result in leaks and/or possible explosion.
• Do not dispose of batteries in fire.
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable (ni-cad, ni-mh,etc) batteries.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
Power light wont come
CAUSE
Not plugged into wall
House fuse tripped
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Check wall connection
Make sure other appliances are not
operating on the same electrical
circuit. Check household fuses.
Wire connector on controller not See Step 2 on Page 5
properly connected to smoker
Controller malfunctioning
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Unit takes excessive amount of
time to heat up
(longer than 60-70 min)
Unit plugged into an extension
cord
Door not closed properly
Controller malfunctioning
There is a gap between the door Door alignment
and the smoker when in use and
Damaged door seal
door latch has no more
adjustment
Grease is leaking out of smoker Drip pan not in place
through door and legs
Set unit so an extension cord does
not have to be used
Close door and fasten latch securely
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Reposition so hole lines up with drain
hole in bottom of unit
Excess grease or oil build-up in
unit
Clean unit
Drain tube in back of unit is not
draining
Check drain tube positioning at back
of unit
No smoke
No wood chips
Add wood chips (See Page 11)
Temperature rapidly decreased,
or shut down after few hours of
use
Controller displaying error
message
Faulty control unit
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Controller malfunctioning
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Power light is on, unit isn’t
heating
Controller/unit malfunctioning
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Controller does not adjust heat
Controller/unit malfunctioning
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Interior light does not come on
Bulb burned out
Replace bulb with 15W-25W bulb
made for ovens
Switch is in off position
Turn switch on
Meat probe temperature does
not show on display
Probe malfunctioning
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
Remote will not control smoker
Batteries are weak or installed
Refer to page 13 instructions
wrong
Remote is not Linked properly to
Contact Masterbuilt at 1.800.489.1581
controller
Remote malfunctioning
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IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT USING SMOKER
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Maximum temperature setting is 275°F (135°C).
Do NOT move unit across uneven surfaces.
Rear handle is NOT for lifting.
Wood chip loader and wood chip holder MUST be in place when using smoker. This minimizes the
chance of wood flare ups.
Wood chips must be used in order to produce smoke and create the smoke flavor. See “Wood Smoking
Guide for Meats” section in this manual.
Check grease tray on back of unit often during cooking. Empty grease tray before it gets full. Grease
tray may need to be emptied periodically during cooking.
Do not open smoker door unless necessary. Opening smoker door causes heat to escape and may
cause wood to flare up. Closing the door will re-stabilize the temperature and stop flare up.
Do not leave old wood ashes in the wood tray. Once ashes are cold empty tray. Tray should be cleaned
out prior to and after each use to prevent ash buildup.
Glass in door is tempered and will not break under normal operation.
This is a smoker. There will be a lot of smoke produced when using wood chips. Smoke will escape
through seams and turn the inside of smoker black. This is normal. To minimize smoke loss around
door, door latch can be adjusted to further tighten door seal against body.
• To adjust door latch, loosen hex nut on door latch. Turn hook
clockwise to tighten as shown. Secure hex nut firmly against
door latch.
• Opening smoker door during cooking process may extend cooking
time due to heat loss.
• When outside temperature is cooler than 65°F (18°C) and/or
altitude is above 3,500 feet (1067m), additional cooking time may
be required. To insure that meat is completely cooked use a
meat thermometer to test internal temperature.
HOW TO CLEAN SMOKER
For cooking racks, water bowl and drip tray use a mild dish detergent. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
For wood chip holder and wood chip loader, clean frequently to remove ash build up, residue and dust.
For the interior, glass in door, light cover, meat probe, and exterior of smoker simply wipe down with a
damp cloth. Do not use a cleaning agent. Make sure to dry
thoroughly.
Door seal and inside seam that seal attaches to MUST be cleaned after each use to keep seal in proper
working condition.
ALWAYS MAKE SURE UNIT IS UNPLUGGED AND COOL
TO THE TOUCH BEFORE CLEANING AND STORING.
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RECIPES
SMOKED PORK BUTT
SMOKED TUNA
4 Tuna Steaks (1” thick)
7 lbs Fresh pork butt
1 1/8 cup Sugar
½ tsp Salt
3/8 cup Salt
¼ cup Brown Sugar
1 tsp Pepper
2 tbsp Chili Powder
¼ tsp Garlic (granulated)
Suggested wood chips for smoking:
¼ tsp Prague powder #1
Apple Chips
1 cup Honey
1 gal Water
Mix ingredients and rub onto pork butt. Cook pork butt
for 5 hours in 225 degree pre heated smoker using
apple wood chips during the first 3 hours. After 5
hours remove butt and wrap in heavy foil. Cook for an
additional 1 to 1 ½ hours. Internal temperature should
be 160 degrees. Serve.
Suggested wood chips for smoking:
Hickory or apple chips
Mix above ingredients until dissolved in water. Place in
pre-heated smoker at 140 degrees and cook for about
7 hours using water mixture in water pan.
For more tantalizing recipes and cooking tips
visit us online at www.masterbuilt.com
WOOD SMOKING GUIDE FOR MEATS
WOOD FLAVOR
POULTRY
FISH
HAM
BEEF
PORK
LAMB
Hickory
Pungent, smoky, bacon-like flavor
Mesquite
Sweet and delicate flavor
Alder
Delicate, wood smoke flavor
Pecan
Bold and hearty flavor
Maple
Sweet, subtle flavor
Apple
Sweet, delicate flavor
Cherry
Sweet, delicate flavor
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions :
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
FCC Warning
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Statement
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Masterbuilt warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship under proper
assembly, normal use and recommended care for 90 days from the date of original retail purchase.
Masterbuilt warranty does not cover paint finish as it may burn off during normal use.
Masterbuilt warranty does not cover rust of the unit.
Masterbuilt requires reasonable proof of purchase for warranty claims and suggests that you keep your
receipt. Upon the expiration of such warranty, all such liability shall terminate.
Within the stated warranty period, Masterbuilt, at its discretion, shall repair or replace defective components
free of charge with owner being responsible for shipping. Should Masterbuilt require return of component(s)
in question for inspection Masterbuilt will be responsible for shipping charges to return requested item.
This warranty excludes property damage sustained due to misuse, abuse, accident, damage arising out of
transportation, or damage incurred by commercial use of this product.
This expressed warranty is the sole warranty given by Masterbuilt and is in lieu of all other warranties,
expressed or implied including implied warranty, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose.
Neither Masterbuilt nor the retail establishment selling this product, has authority to make any warranties or
to promise remedies in addition to or inconsistent with those stated above.
Masterbuilt’s maximum liability, in any event, shall not exceed the purchase price of the product paid by
the original consumer/ purchaser. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages. In such a case, the above limitations or exclusions may not be applicable.
California residents only: Not withstanding this limitation of warranty, the following specific restrictions
apply; if service, repair, or replacement of the product is not commercially practical, the retailer selling the
product or Masterbuilt will refund the purchase price paid for the product, less the amount directly
attributable to use by the original buyer prior to the discovery of the nonconformity. Owner may take the
product to the retail establishment selling this product in order to obtain performance under warranty.
This expressed warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
Go Online www.masterbuilt.com
or complete and return to
Attn: Warranty Registration
Masterbuilt Mfg. Inc.
1 Masterbuilt Court - Columbus, GA 31907
Name: _________________________________Address :__________________________City:_______________
State/Province: ________ Postal Code: ________________Phone Number: (_____) - ____________
E-mail Address:_______________________________________
Model Number: ____________________
Serial Number: ____________________
Purchase Date: _____- ______-_______ Place of Purchase: ____________________________________
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Masterbuilt Manufacturing, Inc.
1 Masterbuilt Ct.
Columbus, GA 31907
Customer Service 1-800-489-1581
www.masterbuilt.com