Masterbuilt Smoker Problems (2022 Troubleshooting Guide) (2022)

Masterbuilt Smoker Problems (2022 Troubleshooting Guide) (1)

Published by Timothy Woods

Last Updated On: April 27, 2022

Masterbuilt Smoker is one of the most recognized and praised smokers sold today. Usually, these smokers run smoothly without much trouble. Although, much like any other product on the market, it’s not uncommon to run into concerns and issues along the way.

So, we scoured the internet to put together a Masterbuilt Smoker troubleshoot guide just for you!

5 Common Masterbuilt Smoker Issues

Whether you’re new to the grilling world or you’re an OG smoker, running into smoking problems isn’t uncommon. Below you’ll find 5 common issues and troubleshooting tips to tackle all your Masterbuilt problems!

#1 Temperature Issues

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A challenge for new Masterbuilt Smoker owners usually revolves around temperature issues, struggling to find a temperature that suits them, and the food they are smoking. This would result in longer smoke times and constantly having to keep an eye out to avoid burnt food.

Of course, this isn’t ideal. To ensure you’re smoking your food at the right temperature degrees, check out these idea temperature settings approved by USDA:

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  • Fish - 145°F (63°C)
  • Pork - 160°F (71°C)
  • Lamb, Steaks, Veal or Beef 145°F (63°C)
  • Ground Beef, Veal or Lamb 160°F (71°C)
  • Pork - 160°F (71°C)
  • Egg Dishes - 160°F (71°C)
  • Ground or Poultry Pieces 165°F (74°C)
  • Whole Poultry (Turkey, Chicken, Duck, etc.) 165°F (74°C)

If you want to avoid unsmoked or burning food, remember the following:

  • On a brand spanking new electric smoker, it’s pretty important to “preseason” before first use. Doing so will get rid of manufacturing dust, oils, and dirt. You can check out our guide on how to season an electric smoker for detailed instructions.
  • Give yourself a good amount of time to cook your food. The Masterbuilt Electric Smoker is generally considered a slow smoker - rushing won't get you the results you want.
  • Preheat your Masterbuilt Electric Smoker at its maximum temperature setting for around 30 - 45 minutes before you load in the food.
  • Covering the racks with aluminum foil may speed up cleaning time, but it significantly slows down cooking. The aluminum foil only blocks the heating element from doing its job properly.
  • Don’t overdo it with your dinner. The Masterbuilt Electric Smoker can only hold so much, and overloading it can trap the heat and lengthen your cooking time. It may even result in uneven cooking.
  • It’s important to remember the temperature reading displayed on the control panel may fluctuate 10 to 15 degrees as the electric smoke cycles on and off.

Follow these tips and tricks for better temperature control when cooking:

  1. Make sure to leave enough space between the sides of the electric smoker and the items on the racks. This will ensure proper heat circulation and smoke. If you’re using cooking pans, place the pan on the center of the rack to ensure even cooking.
  2. Don’t overload your Masterbuilt Electric Smoker. See the loading capacity of your electric smoker and only accommodate the food load it suggests. Too much food inside your smoker can obstruct the heating element and racks.
  3. Close the air damper on top of your Masterbuilt Electric Smoker to keep in the moisture and heat. Only open the air damper if you’re cooking foods such as fish or jerky.
  4. When you add more wood chips, the temperature of your smoker may spike briefly. But don’t adjust the temp, as it’ll stabilize within a minute or two. Feel free to check our guide on how to regulate temperature in a smoker to learn more great tips and tricks.

#2 Wood Chip Loader Issues

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Some customers report issues with their electric smokers wood chip loader. Others may be unaware of what types of wood chips to use that will spice up their dinner in the right way.

See the correct way to load wood chips into your electric smoker so you don’t run into any issues:

Step 1: You can either pre-soak your wood chips in water for around 30 minutes or place them in your smoker dry. Dry chips will produce more intense smoke and burn faster.

Step 2: Add 1 cup of your chosen wood chips inside your Masterbuilt Electric Smoker before starting. Avoid using more than 1 cup of wood chips at the same time and don’t use wood chunks.

Step 3: Place the wood chip loader inside the smoker.

Step 4: Switch the handle to the “unload” setting so the chips drop into the unit's wood chip holder. Then, turn the handle to the “load” setting. You can leave the smoker’s wood chip loader inside the Masterbuilt Electric Smoker.

Step 5: To make sure your wood chips aren’t burnt to a crisp, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on the way your chips are burning. You can remove the smoker’s chip loader and look through the smokers' hole. If more chips are required, simply add more.

Step 6: While you’re smoking your meat, you can add in more wood as needed. Just make sure the smokers' door is closed when adding more wood. It would be good to remember that even though the handle is not hot, the wood chip loader will be!

There are many types of wood out there, and all the choices can be a little confusing. To give you a better idea, the following woods are recommended:

  • Pork: Hickory, Pecan, Maple, Cherry, Apple, Alder
  • Fish: Hickory, Pecan, Apple, Alder
  • Poultry: Hickory, Pecan, Apple, Cherry, Maple, Alder, Mesquite
  • Lamb: Mesquite
  • Ham: Hickory [1]

If you want to avoid common problems with your wood chip loader, check out the following tips:

  1. The wood should reach the top of the rim of your wood chip loader to avoid constantly loading the tray.
  2. If the wood ends up becoming stuck or overloaded, make sure you pull out the wood chip loader completely from the unit. Check to see if the level of the chip holder and remove it if necessary.

"You don't need a silver fork to eat good food."

- Paul Prudhomme, American Chef

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#3 Food Not Smoking Correctly

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If you’re finding it difficult to smoke your meat, take a look at these troubleshooting tips:

  • As stated before, the electric Masterbuilt smoker is considered a slow smoke burner. You’ll need to pre-heat the smoker to 250 degrees before you get optimal use of your smoker.
  • When you put your meat in the smoker, you need to have it placed in the right position. Keep the damper closed and burn it at a constant temp. This way the food will cook all the way through and won't burn at the edges.
  • Due to weather changes, outdoor cooking can become a struggle. If it’s cold outside, avoid opening the smokers' door. If you do so, you can alter the temp inside the smoker. As a result, it’ll take more time to burn. If it’s raining, you can purchase a plastic waterproof cover to protect your smoker.
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#4 Safety Issues

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When dealing with electrical appliances, especially for the first time, they’ll always be questions and concerns. In this instance, you may have a problem or two with the safety of your smoker.

Check out these troubleshooting tips:

  1. Do not attempt to move your smoker while using it. If you need to change where your smoker is placed, make sure it has completely cooled down before moving or storing.
  2. Take extra care when removing food from the electric smoker. It is a common problem for people to forget just how hot the surfaces get and they end up burning themselves. Wear protective gloves when removing your food.
  1. Covering the cooking racks with tinfoil will not only trap the heat but may severely damage your smoker.

#5 Cleaning Issues

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Cleaning your smoker is a tedious task, to say the least. One top cleaning troubleshooting tip is to clean your smoker as soon as it has cooled down. This will stop oils and grime from hardening and sticking, in turn, making cleaning far more difficult than it has to be.

Check out the right way for cleaning your Masterbuilt Smoker:

1. For the drip tray and cooking racks, you can use mild dish soap and water. Rince the items properly and ensure they dry thoroughly.
2. Clean your wood chip loader and holder often to avoid dust, ash, and residue build-up.

3. For the interior parts of a Masterbuilt Smoker, such as the meat probe, light cover, and glass door, simply wiping them with a damp cloth will suffice. The same goes for the exterior parts. Avoid using a cleaning agent and dry all the parts well.
4. You should also clean the inside seam and door seal after every use to keep the seal in maximum working condition.
5. Always assure the smoker is turned off and cooled down prior to cleaning.

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Extra Cleaning Tips:

  • Never use harsh cleaning materials such as wire sponges to clean your electric smoker. Doing so will only scratch and damage the smoker.
  • Avoid putting oil on your burner regularly. Using oil on your burner one time in three months will be enough.

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Additional Masterbuilt Electric Smoker Troubleshooting

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Power light not turning on:

Cause

  • Tripping the house fuse
  • Not plugged into the wall properly
  • Wire not directly connected to the smoker

Solution

  • Double-check the connections
  • Check the household fuse

Electrical smoker leaking grease:

Cause

  • The build-up of excessive oils and grease
  • The drip pan is not properly in place

Solution

  • Give your electric smoker model a good clean
  • Make sure the drip pan lines up correctly with the bottom of the unit drain.

Heating takes longer than usual (more than 70 minutes):

Cause

  • The door is slightly open
  • The electric smoker is plugged into an extension cord

Solution

  • Ensure the door isn't open and securely fasten the latch
  • Use a direct wall outlet

Electric smoker not producing smoke:

Cause:

  • Not enough wood chips

Solution:

  • Load the smoker with more wood chips

Temperature doesn’t stay consistent or decreases rapidly:

Cause:

  • Faulty smoker or broken heater element

Solution:

  • Contact Masterbuilt for assistance

FAQs

Where do I get replacement parts for my Masterbuilt Smoker?

Visit the official Masterbuilt website and you’ll be able to find what you need for your model under the “Parts” page. [2]

Final Thoughts

Now you know all the tips and tricks to keep your Masterbuilt Smoker in tip-top shape. If you ever run into any problems, it would be a good idea to check back with our troubleshooting guide!

References:

  1. https://www.chargriller.com/blogs/tips-and-care/your-guide-to-wood-chips
  2. https://www.masterbuilt.com/pages/faq
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FAQs

Why is my Masterbuilt electric smoker not smoking? ›

Just make sure the tray is relatively clean, and touching or as near to the heating element as possible. What is this? If you want more smoke, open the vent; this will keep the element on longer; the smoker will not smoke unless the element is full on (takes at least 600degF). Hopes this helps.

How do I reset my Masterbuilt gravity series? ›

Power OFF your cooking device. Unplug your cooking device from the wall. Wait 5 minutes, plug it back in. Your controller is reset - check to see if the problem persists.

What does Error 1 mean on Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

Pellet Smoker is showing ERR1: Meat Probe Error. Meat probe 1 is not installed, or the meat probe is defective.

Why does my Masterbuilt electric smoker keeps tripping breaker? ›

If it trips the breaker when the element is being powered on it indicates that there may be excess current flowing either due a faulty heater element or to a lesser extent moisture in the control board or problems with the electrical wiring in the cabinet.

Why are my smoker chips not smoking? ›

You will get limited or no smoke production if the wood is without measurable moisture. You need to purchase wood chips that have some measurable moisture to work effectively. Chips labeled as kiln dried are likely too dry for producing smoke vapor.

How do I get my electric smoker to smoke? ›

To do this, simply cover the various interior surfaces of your electric smoker with a light coat of cooking oil, and then run the device at approximately 275°F for three hours. During the final hour of seasoning, add some wood chips to the chip tray. These will produce smoke that will prime the device for future use.

How long do wood chips last in Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

Generally, 1 cup of wood chips will last 4 -5 hours. Continue to monitor your smoke levels without opening the smoker door. Add a handful of wood chips every 4 hours or so until the cooking time is completed.

Do you soak wood chips for Masterbuilt propane smoker? ›

In truth, soaking your wood chips and chunks isn't necessary and here's why. Wood chips and chunks that have been soaked have to get rid of any moisture before they can produce smoke. The water on the wood will have to heat to 212°F (the boiling point of water) and will stall there until the water has been evaporated.

How do you start a Masterbuilt smoker? ›

Plug the electric smoker into a power source and press the power button to switch it on. Set the temperature to 275F. Then, set the timer to three hours or 180 minutes. Next, add half a cup of wood chips to the tray in the final 45 minutes to wrap up the smoker's pre-seasoning procedure.

Can you overload an electric smoker? ›

Overload

Electric smokers often need dedicated outlets and circuit breakers. Adding more electronics to the setup than needed can cause the breaker to overload. This type of incident can happen regardless of the breaker being GFCI or a standard model.

How many amps does a masterbuilt smoker pull? ›

How Many Amps Does the Masterbuilt Electric Smoker Draw? Your Masterbuilt electric smoker should draw somewhere around 12 Amps, and use between 1400-1800 Watts of power.

Can I use an extension cord with an electric smoker? ›

A: You can us an extension cord but make sure the extension cord used is rated at least to the same electrical values as the smoker you are using and keep the length of the cord as short as possible.

What is error 5 on Masterbuilt grill? ›

It means the probe is over 300deg. Make sure it's inserted into the meat and not just sitting in a hot grill. If used, keep it hanging outside of grill or unplugged.

Why does my Masterbuilt smoker say open? ›

The cooker's display would randomly read “OPEN” even though it wasn't open. This error occurred because the switch was not functioning properly. Masterbuilt stated that the contact points inside the switch can get wet or clogged with grease or other buildup causing the malfunction.

How do I get blue smoke out of my electric smoker? ›

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At what temp do wood chips start to smoke? ›

Reduce Oxygen to Make Wood Chips Smoke Instead of Burn

Wood smokes when it reaches temperatures between 570 and 750 °F (299 and 399 °C) depending on the type of wood. Smoke is a complex mixture of compounds that create the aroma and flavors we love so much.

Should you open vent on electric smoker? ›

Control your vent position

As a rule of thumb, it is best to leave the vent fully open while you are applying smoke to your meat. By leaving the vent completely open, you avoid the risk of creosote building up on your meat.

Do you soak wood chips for Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

Soaking wood chips isn't necessary when using an electric smoker, or any other type of smoker. The wood chips are there to provide not only the smoke but different blends of flavoring to accompany the natural flavor of the food, and they do so without the need of being soaked beforehand.

Do you preheat electric smoker with wood chips? ›

A: for a complete smoke you should never preheat your smoker. start with a cold smoker set the time & tempature add the meat if you want smoke then add wood at this time. The cold smoker will make for a longer burn time on the element, the wood chips will smoke better.

Does opening the vent on a smoker make it hotter? ›

Regardless of which vent you're messing with, remember that open vents mean hotter and faster-burning charcoal. Closed vents mean less oxygen, which in turn means less heat and slower-burning charcoal.

Why is my electric smoker not getting hot enough? ›

Unplug and reconnect the heating element by removing the cover plate located on the back of the smoker and try again. If that doesn't solve this issue the heating element will need to be replaced. Refer your manual on how to locate and replace the heating element.

How often should I add chips to Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

When I first got started with smoking on an electric smoker, one of the biggest issues I had was knowing when to add more wood chips. The short of it: At most, you should be adding 5 wood chips every 45 - 60 minutes.

How often should I add wood chips to electric smoker? ›

If it produces 2 hours of smoke, but you want to smoke your food for 4 hours, then you simply fill it up again halfway through. Or, if you want to smoke something for 6 hours, but it only generates 1 hours' worth, you need to add more wood chips every hour for 6 hours. It really is as simple as that!

When smoking meat do you leave the vent open? ›

The open vents will draw smoke from the charcoal and wood below so that it swirls over your food and out the top properly, giving you the best ventilation and the cleanest smoke. If the fire gets too hot, close the top vent almost all the way.

Does opening the vents on a propane smoker make it hotter? ›

In simple terms, the wider your air vents are, the more oxygen will be fed to your flames and the hotter your cooking temperatures will be. When you start your smoker, set the vents completely wide open. This will help your smoker reach 225°F quickly.

Can you soak wood chips too long? ›

Chips that are smaller than a quarter shouldn't need more than 8 to 12 hours in the water, while larger chips should soak for 24 hours. You can also shorten the soaking time for quick cooking applications. For best results, don't soak wood chips for longer than 24 hours.

How often should I add wood chips to my propane smoker? ›

While there is no set rule for how often to change the chips in your smoker, a good rule is to change the chips every five to six hours. Some people add one or two cups of chips on top of previously used chips each time. The most important thing is to look at the quality of smoke you're getting each time you smoke.

Where do you put the water in a Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

Some electric smokers, like a Masterbuilt electric smoker or Dyna Glo, usually have enough room at the bottom of the unit for you to slot in the drip pan. Some digital electric smokers may come with their own drip pan and a special place in the bottom of your unit to place it too.

Where is the model number on a Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

The model and serial number should be located on the back of your Masterbuilt unit on the manufacturer's label.

How do I use my Masterbuilt 30 inch electric smoker? ›

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Should you flip meat in a smoker? ›

Do I need to flip my meat when smoking on the grill? NO! Sorry for being so brash, but this is a common mistake that many novice smokers will make. When smoking, you don't have to worry about one side getting hotter than the other, because the meat cooks indirectly.

Can you open a smoker while its cooking? ›

Smoking Techniques and Tips

The more food you add to the smoker, the longer the cooking time will be. Always cook your food with the lid on the smoker. Resist the temptation to open the lid during cooking. For every time you remove the lid, add 15- to 20-minutes to your cooking time.

Can you put too much wood in a smoker? ›

Unfortunately, this logic can result in some pretty atrocious barbecue. Using too much wood and not understanding fire management is one of the biggest rookie BBQ mistakes. You can make matters worse by closing the vents to hold more smoke in. This is a sure-fire way for your meat to end up straight in the trash.

Can you plug a smoker into a GFCI outlet? ›

Your smoker uses a low 750 watt heat output and low ampere consumption so tripping your GFIC circuit will be unlikely. If the GFIC circuit pops, check the following: Check if the heating element has a rust spot, hole, etc. where moisture can get inside the heating element and trip the GFCI.

Are electric smokers worth the money? ›

Electric smokers are well made, easy to control and very reliable. If you have power, you can smoke food. Gas units can be less reliable, especially if they are of lower quality.

How many amps does an electric smoker use? ›

Electrics typically draw 10 to 20 amps, and if your outlet is already carrying a load it can pop the circuit breaker. I have even heard of electric smokers habitually popping GFCI outlets and necessitating a visit from the neighborhood electrician.

Where do I put the wood chips in my Masterbuilt smoker? ›

Masterbuilt Electric Smoker - How to Add More Wood Chips - YouTube

How do you clean a Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

How to Clean and Store the Masterbuilt Electric Smokehouse

What extension cord do I need for smoker? ›

If you must use an extension cord, for your safety, use the following: Use only outdoor type with 3 prong grounding plug. Marked with a W-A and a tag stating “Suitable for Use with Outdoor Appliance”. Use the shortest length extension cord required.

At what temp do wood chips start to smoke? ›

Reduce Oxygen to Make Wood Chips Smoke Instead of Burn

Wood smokes when it reaches temperatures between 570 and 750 °F (299 and 399 °C) depending on the type of wood. Smoke is a complex mixture of compounds that create the aroma and flavors we love so much.

Should you open vent on electric smoker? ›

Control your vent position

As a rule of thumb, it is best to leave the vent fully open while you are applying smoke to your meat. By leaving the vent completely open, you avoid the risk of creosote building up on your meat.

Do you soak wood chips for Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

Soaking wood chips isn't necessary when using an electric smoker, or any other type of smoker. The wood chips are there to provide not only the smoke but different blends of flavoring to accompany the natural flavor of the food, and they do so without the need of being soaked beforehand.

How long does it take for wood chips to smoke? ›

A Smoker / Smoker Accessory Full of Wood Chips Will Bring Big Smoke Flavor. It takes at least 20 minutes before you will develop any significant smoke flavoring. That is why we recommend using a reverse sear technique – something that will take longer - because this will allow the smoke to flavor your food.

What wood should not be used for smoking? ›

Never, under any circumstances, use EASTERN CEDAR, CYPRESS, ELM, EUCALYPTUS, SASSAFRAS, LIQUID AMBER, PINE, REDWOOD, FIR, SPRUCE, or SYCAMORE for smoking meats or other types of food.

How often should I add wood chips to my Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

When I first got started with smoking on an electric smoker, one of the biggest issues I had was knowing when to add more wood chips. The short of it: At most, you should be adding 5 wood chips every 45 - 60 minutes.

How long do you soak wood chips before smoking? ›

If you soak chips in water for at least 30 minutes before adding them to the fire (no need to soak wood chunks), you will prolong their burn significantly and they will smolder more than flame. Just be sure to drain the wood of water first so you don't extinguish the fire.

When smoking with the Masterbuilt should the vent be open or closed? ›

How To Use the Air Damper on your Masterbuilt Smoker - YouTube

Does closing the top vent on a smoker make it hotter? ›

Regardless of which vent you're messing with, remember that open vents mean hotter and faster-burning charcoal. Closed vents mean less oxygen, which in turn means less heat and slower-burning charcoal.

Does closing the vent on a smoker make it hotter? ›

Want to back off your temperature? Adjust your intake vent to a more closed position. This will let less oxygen in to heat up your smoker, causing the temperature to rise at a much slower rate.

Do you put wood chips in water before smoking? ›

In truth, soaking your wood chips and chunks isn't necessary and here's why. Wood chips and chunks that have been soaked have to get rid of any moisture before they can produce smoke. The water on the wood will have to heat to 212°F (the boiling point of water) and will stall there until the water has been evaporated.

How long do the wood chips last in a Masterbuilt electric smoker? ›

Generally, 1 cup of wood chips will last 4 -5 hours. Continue to monitor your smoke levels without opening the smoker door. Add a handful of wood chips every 4 hours or so until the cooking time is completed.

Should you use wet or dry wood chips in an electric smoker? ›

The wood chips are soaked in water to release the moisture before they ignite. This process will add steam to the food, which is what gives the food its juicer flavor. People who want well-smoked juicier meats recommend using soaked wood chips in water to add moisture before cooking.

What is the best smoking temperature? ›

The ideal temperature range for most smoking is 225°F to 250°F. A simple way to monitor temperature is to place a meat thermometer in the top vent of your grill, so the probe hangs down and measures the temperature of the air inside the grill.

How do I know when to add more wood chips to my smoker? ›

While there is no set rule for how often to change the chips in your smoker, a good rule is to change the chips every five to six hours. Some people add one or two cups of chips on top of previously used chips each time. The most important thing is to look at the quality of smoke you're getting each time you smoke.

How many wood chips do you use in a smoker? ›

HOW MUCH WOOD DO I NEED? For long smokes, add a packet of chips every 30 minutes to keep the smoky flavor going. About 2 to 3 handfuls of chips placed on direct heat will smoke for about an hour.

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