Propane Gas Smoker

Model #15202032

Propane Gas Smoker

Model #15202032
Size 578


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Product Features

  • 3 Smoking Racks

    Three adjustable, oven-style, chrome-plated grates to hold your grill favorites.

  • Damper

    Control the grill temperature by opening and closing the dampers. To burn hotter keep the damper open, to lower the temperature, partially close it.

  • Warranty

    We've got you covered on all grill parts for one year from your date of purchase.

  • Cool Touch Handle

    Get a firm grip on your grill lid, while protecting your hands and fingers from the heat.

  • Lid-Mounted Temperature Gauge

    Keep track of pre-heat status and monitor the inside temperature of your grill. (Temperature gauge display may vary per model.)

  • Water Pan

    Easy to refill porcelain-coated slide-in tray.


Dimensions & Weight

  • Assembled Width (in.) 21.5
  • Assembled Depth (in.) 19.5
  • Assembled Height (in.) 44
  • Weight (lbs.) 74.5

General Information

  • Model Number 15202032
  • Assembly Required Yes


  • Grate Material Chrome Plated Wire
Propane Gas Smoker is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 624844Gas Smoker Roomy. Heats quickly in under ten minutes to about 350F plus, with a 15mph wind. So, wind does not affect it greatly. So far so good....
Date published: 2015-02-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worth it to spend a bit more for more. I actually meant to buy the model one step above this (Model #: 15202033) but the guy who loaded it onto my cart, rang me out and loaded into my truck did this one instead. Honest mistake. The boxes look identical. By the time spouse put it together it was the morning of the family gathering and we had three racks of ribs rubbed ready to smoke so we decided to give it a whirl. $50 between models can't be that big a difference in quality, can it? YES, it can. This model has an absolutely AWFUL door design. The open/close mechanism is counter-intuitive and the door was warped right out of the box. The lower half of the door (a good 18") had about a half inch separation from the body of the smoker and it literally let out all the heat/smoke. We had to rig up a 2x4 wedged up against it to get it to provide reasonable heat retention. Honestly....we only wanted 250F but it was hard to achieve even with propane on high. Also, there is no separate drawer/door for the water/wood pan so when you want to check it, you have to open the entire vertical door and let all the heat out. Honestly, this is a flimsy piece of equipment with poor engineering. We used it once and returned it (yes, used...we bought the protection plan) and exchanged it for the one we thought we bought to begin with - for $50 more. While the body material isn't any more solid, the door closure design is infinitely superior, you can maintain your wood/water without opening the whole thing, and it comes with four (not three) stainless (not chrome) racks.
Date published: 2015-05-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from too hot in order to keep the temp down between 200-225 you have to leave the top vent all the way open which lets the little bit of smoke you get pass through too quickly. i bought it because i thought having a propane unit would be convenient. i may bake food in this but i will never use it as a smoker. better yet it will be right out front at the spring garage sale.
Date published: 2015-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Jury Is Out I purchased this smoker on Saturday to replace a smoker that had the verturi tube rusted out. The assembly instructions were horrible. It took forever. Then on Sunday I smoked a couple of Cornish game hens. In the old smoker I never had to add additional water to the water bowel. With the new one I had to add water about every 30 to 40 minutes. And every time you let out all the heat and smoke. Also, you have to leave the damper opened full to keep the temp around 225 to 250, which also lets all the smoke out as well. Charbroil missed it on this model.
Date published: 2016-11-07
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Can this smoker be converted to natural gas?

Asked by: Darrenw
No. This smoker cannot be converted to natural gas. It can only be used with a twenty pound propane tank.
Answered by: Devon P
Date published: 2016-12-28

Where does the grease/drippings go? I own a Masterbuilt Electric and the drippings overflow and go all over the cement/ground. Very messy.

Asked by: auntjuju
The grease and drippings will collect into the water/chip pan that will be located under the cooking racks. Please give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 for more information.
Answered by: Devon P
Date published: 2016-11-10

What temperature should I have grill to cook chicken and ribs do I leave it on low or medium 

Asked by: Nuno
We would recommend checking out the Community Tab located on our website to be able to find cooking tips and recipes. Please give us a call at 1-800-241-7548 for more information.
Answered by: Devon P
Date published: 2016-09-14

Where can I get the WATER PAN for same

Asked by: sam456
The water pan for this propane gas smoker is model # 29101133. This part is available on our site.
Answered by: DustinR
Date published: 2016-06-29
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