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From the carbon monoxide stand point not.

I'd be very careful of using any outdoor cooker indoors.  Even though you've vented it outside, its obvious your smoker is still exhausting some smoke into your garage, which means it is also exhausting carbon monoxide into your garage. 

Yep got garage cracked and back door crackrd als got co2 detector by the house/garage door I expect it to be less smokey when the amazing smoke generator runs out then it will be just the pellets
Oh, what the heck.... a little carbon monoxide never hurt anybody. Oh wait...actually it does! Crack that door, man! If you're worried about your nuts getting cold, imagine how cold they'll be when you're laying in a box in the ground. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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