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  1. pmush

    Another NEWBIE (Northern Michigan)

    Made more progress today.  Installed the door gasket, added a second burner (so I can run 120 volt), and did another dry run.   Next step I to install rack system and hangers bars along with a slab in the bottom for counter weight and heat sink.  Once that in done the drip pans, fan, and smoke...
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  11. pmush

    Another NEWBIE (Northern Michigan)

    No just a few long cracks. i may even end up covering the lower portions of glass with some sheet metal to form a heat shield. by the time i put in drip pans most of that area will not need to be seen anyway.
  12. pmush

    Another NEWBIE (Northern Michigan)

    I am in Traverse City. Thanks for the tip. I have the fan just working my way through the process. I was not really sure what would happen when i put heat to the freezer so i wanted to warm it up before putting in too much work and money. I got a little greedy with the first heat. Luckily...
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  15. pmush

    Another NEWBIE (Northern Michigan)

    After rehanging the doors today I filled the void with insulation to do a temperature test.  All in all it went well with one minor glitch.  I ran the unit up to 300deg just to make sure I will not have any troubles cooking at 225 for long periods and if anything was going to go wrong I wanted...
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  17. pmush

    Another NEWBIE (Northern Michigan)

    OK here are a few pictures or progress converting a True Glass Door Freezer into a Smoker.  The first two are of a door before starting work.  There was a lot of plastic and a light fixture that needed to be removed.  After removing he fixture the glass was too small to fill the void so...
  18. Another NEWBIE (Northern Michigan)

    Another NEWBIE (Northern Michigan)

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