Been lurking on the forum until I got a smoker and Santa gifted me with a Masterbuilt two door propane smoker.
Assembly was fairly straight forward and the smoker is pretty solid.
One outstanding mystery that I can't seem to answer based on info in the manual.
On the regulator hose, there's a piece of wire that's looped around it sort of like a key ring and then running off of it, there's a hook-like extension. The ring is able to slide up and down the propane hose from one end to the other. Apart from that piece, there's also another piece of wire that was sort of spring-clipped to the shaft between the regulator knob and regulator body. That second piece of wire has a u-shaped form that allows it to fit around the hose with tension and then it has a fairly lengthy tail with a few right angle bends.
Looking in the manual, I see they say you should hook the regulator hose to the side body handle of the smoker when not in use. I know at least one of those pieces of wire are for that purpose but I can't figure out whether I'm supposed to be using one, the other or both. If both pieces of wire aren't used for hanging the hose, which one is used for that and what is the other one used for.
The manual has nothing other than a very crude picture & the note that you should hang the hose when not in use.
Boo yah to anyone who can help answer this question !