To clean the interior chamber of the smoker let it cool completely. Remove the racks, water pan, drip tray and smoker box. Brush any particle buildup downward toward the bottom of the smoker. Sweep all residue out of the chamber.
How to Clean a Digital Electric Smoker
Excess buildup of burned grease and food in your Digital Electric Smoker will reduce the smoker’s cooking performance over time. Keeping it clean, with just a few easy steps, will ensure it remains in top working condition. Remember to use only non-abrasive cleaners; mild dish detergent works great.
Clean the Smoker's Cooking Chamber
Using warm, soapy water, gently scrub the interior surfaces of the smoker with a sponge or a plastic bristle brush. Do not use metal. Wipe it dry. If using a bristle brush, make sure no loose bristles remain on any of the cooking surfaces prior to cooking.
Wash the cooking racks, water pan and drip tray with warm soapy water, rinse and dry. For stick-free cooking and easy cleaning, apply a coat of vegetable oil or vegetable oil-based spray to the cooking racks before each use.
Clean the Outside of the Smoker
Clean the exterior control panel on top of the smoker by wiping with a damp cloth using warm soapy water. Wipe dry.
If your smoker is equipped with a window, use only cleaners approved for use on ceramic glass cook tops, and clean both the interior and exterior.
Make sure to wipe the door seal with a damp cloth to get rid of the smoke residue that builds up after each use.
Clean the Thermostats & Temperature Probe
With a damp cloth using soapy water, clean the surface of the two thermostats located on the rear inside wall of the smoker and wipe dry.
Clean the meat probe with a damp cloth using soapy water and wipe dry. Do not place under running water, immerse or soak in water.