I was given a smoker, a Smoke Hollow smoker. It is propane powered, has 4 wire grill racks, a water basin, chip box with its own wire rack and cover. It has a damper on the back. The door has a magnetic closure. It stands about 39 inches high. I don't know the model number, I can't find one on the unit itself. My problem is: It won't light. I have two filled tanks, bothe give the same result. I turn the control knob counter-clockwise to the high position, and try to light to no avail. I have disassembled the entire line from the regulator at the tank end to the control knob. The knob itself cannot be disassembled, otherwise I would have. There is 'flow' throughout the line, and it is clean. However, the burner won't light. I have since removed the burner, but it has been used so much that the heat and damp Michigan air has proven modern tools useless against its' damage. The prior owner stated that he used just last month, however for me, it's not working. I may have damaged something in the 24 mile journey, I'm just not sure. The sad thing is, I have a set of ribs in the fridge and 4 lbs of eye of round sliced and marinading ready to be made into jerky. But now, it shall set... until a solution I obtain. Any words of wisdom?