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  1. portly

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    Any ideas? I had the Amazen maze under the burner near the hole. Would the burner eat up my smoke? Should I put ventilation near my heat deflector and put the maze on top?
  2. portly

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    Ok I have the hot cart converted to propane. Only issue I'm having is trying to keep AMPS lit. I've also tried the wood chips on a cast iron skillet and same thing. I have a 3 inch hole for a stack on top and a 3 inch hole direct below the burner. Do I need more ventilation?
  3. portly

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    I made the decision to switch this to propane. As far as insulation goes it has 2 inch through out and looks to be a white fluffy type. The cabinet is NSF certified.
  4. portly

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    The dimensions are 66 inches tall by 27 wide by 33 deep. I've also thought about a propane burner.
  5. portly

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    Hi All, New Member here. Hoping to get some help! I recently acquired this Wittco Hot Cart 1826-15-BC. It has 2 heating elements (600 Watt each). The manual says it can reach 190 degreees at level 10 which is the highest. I tested this and indeed it did hit 190. I popped a stack into this...
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