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Model #DGW1904BDP-D

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Vertical Wide Body Propane Gas Smoker

  • Height-adjustable grates handle various food types
  • Each burner delivers 10,000 BTUs (20,000 total)
  • Quick-start electronic ignition
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Product Overview

The Wide Body LP Gas Smoker from Dyna-Glo is the perfect solution for year-round backyard cooking. The dual cast iron burners provide 20,000 total BTUs for reliable cooking performance in any weather, while the pre-installed door seals help retain heat and minimize smoke loss for improved cooking efficiency. 6 height-adjustable cooking grates provide 1904 sq. in. of cooking space and each grate can be adjusted to accommodate a variety of food types and sizes. Pre-installed sausage hooks and a removable rib rack allow you to expand your outdoor cooking options. The push-button electronic ignition emits a rapid pulse for quick and easy lighting. The temperature gauge features a smoke zone that indicates the ideal temperatures for infusing that classic smoke flavor into every bite. Designed for convenience, the large-capacity water bowl and wood chip box are made with heavy-gauge, porcelain-enameled steel for hours of maintenance-free cooking.
  • California residents
  • 1904 sq. in. total cooking area offers significant space for all your grilling needs
  • 6 height-adjustable cooking grates accommodate various sizes of food
  • Dual cast iron burners with 20,000 total BTUs ensure durability and consistent heat
  • Pre-installed hi-temp rope seals retain heat and smoke for improved cooking efficiency
  • Chrome-plated rib rack and sausage hooks provide additional cooking options
  • Heavy-gauge, porcelain-enameled steel water bowl and wood chip box withstand long-term heat
  • Stainless temperature gauge with smoke zone indicates the ideal temperature for infusing smoke flavor
  • Electronic pulse ignition system ensures quick and reliable starts
  • Protect your smoker with a custom-fit Dyna-Glo premium cover - model DG1904GSC (sold separately)
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Check out our helpful buying guide to select the right grill for your needs.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
20.35 in
Assembled Height (in.)
56.55 in
Assembled Width (in.)
31.28 in
Cooking space (sq. in.)
1904

Details

Accessories Included
No Additional Items Included
Grill Color Family
Black
Grill Wheels
None
Grill/Smoker Category
Vertical Smoker
Grill/Smoker Features
Grease Pan,Heat Thermometer,Locking Lid/Door,Water Smoker
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type
Propane Tank
Hopper Capacity (lb.)
0
Ignition Type
Electrical
Material
Steel
Number of Cooking Racks
6 Racks
Outdoor Living Product Type
Smoker
Product Weight (lb.)
90
Returnable
180-Day
Total BTU
20000.000

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Certified
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited

Questions & Answers

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Is there a insulation blanket available for this smoker? Live in wisconsin and gets cold in winter.

Asked by Frank November 18, 2018
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Find another smoker. This one will not work for you

I can’t get it below 240 with only 1 burner on. Any suggestions?

Asked by Jack October 5, 2017
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Yes. Buy another smoker

I want to smoke fish as well as brisket and pork shoulder and turkey. That means I need a broad ...

Asked by Jimbo November 25, 2016
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I've smoked trout as well as shrimp, brisket, butts and ribs. Two controls allow one to adjust the temp, yes its tricky in that 240 - 290 range but cold smoking is achievable!!

What is the distance between the racks with all of the racks in place? Curious how many Boston butts I might fit in it.

Asked by Mike November 12, 2016
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about six 10lb...9 if they are smaller

Does the smoker include automated temperature control

Asked by Slacket November 28, 2018
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no the temp control is not automated, its a smoker not an oven

Can you use wood pellets on this smoker

Asked by bbsb August 28, 2016
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No. It is designed for wood chips or chunks. Because of the location of the wood pan directly over the burner assembly I would not even use wood shavings as they will dry out and get hot to quickly which will/could result in an internal fire which would most likely ruin what ever you are smoking.

Is it insulated

Asked by Joe November 27, 2015
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No, but the doors use rope seals and the latches are adjustable.

What is the purpose/advantage of dual burners?

Asked by Jason October 19, 2019
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None... It gets to hot. 1 burner would have been a better design

how long does a tank of propane last and how well does this smoker work in the cold

Asked by chase September 12, 2016
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I've had the smoker less than a month and have used it twice. In the cold of ohio. Im sure it adds a little time to the smoke but it's doable. The smoker holds heat very well. So far on one tank I've done a 8 lb pork butt for 10 hours. I pulled it off and it was 17 degrees outside. Ive also done ribs for 6 hours. VERY HAPPY WITH THIS SMOKER

Does this model come with a water pan

Asked by Enrique June 28, 2016
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yes..

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Customer Reviews

  • 96 Customer Reviews
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars overall
91% of customers recommended.
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Overall not horribly disappointed, but not amazingly impressed either. I was aware of some of my concerns noted below, and it would have been a much lower rating had I not been aware of a few things. End of the day, you get what you pay for, but it is a pretty big departure from units like this to pro level smokers for thousands of $, and not much available in between. PRO: huge amount of surface area to smoke. At the time of this review, 40+ lbs of ham smoking with plenty of room to spare. The duel burners can indeed put out a fair amount of heat, but that will also fall in the CON column later. Assembly instructions were not fantastic, but it did go together pretty easy in about 15 min or so. Despite other review saying the gaskets would not seal tight, mine hasn't shown a wisp of smoke coming through the door seal. CON: Upon lighting it up, I let it burn with both burners on high for about 15 min to burn off any residue that might be on it, only to find that it hadn't gone over about 175 deg on the thermometer. I looked inside to see a fairly small flame coming off both burners. It took me fiddling with the gas inlet before I had a good flame. Once I got that sorted, it took a little playing with the burners to figure out that the prime smoking temp, as indicated on the thermometer, required only 1 burner at the lowest temp to keep in that 225-250 range. With the 40 lbs of ham in, I have the single burner about a 1/4 up from lowest possible flame to maintain about 225 deg. Here is where it becomes a really big CON for me. With the single flame that low, it does a pretty poor job of heating the wood box to get enough smoke rolling off it. I ended up putting the smoke box on the floor of the smoker directly over the flame to get a good smoke. That performance issue aside, the next big negative is the construction. I bought the very specific Dyna-Glo cover for this unit and it doesn't even come down to the ground, if falls ~3" short. I pulled the cover off to find that the top of the smoker had some moisture on it and even before my 1st use of the thing, I had rust spots in a few places. This entire unit is powder coated steel and will eventually have issues. The fact that the cover falls short of the ground and the failure of the powder coat already makes me worried that eventually the legs that sit on the patio with simply rust apart. The next big departure from my old smoker is that there is no insulation, just the thin sheet metal with the previously mentioned powder coat. The last gripe I have is the propane tank. Going back to my old unit, it had a lower compartment to house the propane tank which kept it out of the weather. I would have paid a little more for a taller unit with an enclosure for the tank.
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Love the smoker! Easy to assemble . There was a dent on the top but I'm pretty sure i put it ther...
Love the smoker! Easy to assemble . There was a dent on the top but I'm pretty sure i put it there, Loading and unloading solo. Great smoker and it came in fast too.
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This is my 4th smoker. I went BIG due to cooking pork butts. This smoker is very durable and buil...
This is my 4th smoker. I went BIG due to cooking pork butts. This smoker is very durable and built well. Cons: chip bin/container too small causing me to chop the wood small to lay flat in the bin. Chip container and water pan slips off rails if not careful, Smoker burns WAY too HOT! hard to maintain any temp under 250 Deg. I have to shut off one burner then crack the large door for heat to escape followed by my smoke loss. I went and purchased a thermometer to make sure temps gauge was correct. The smoker gage is very slow to react to heat changes this chasing the temp constantly. Looking for another smoker :(
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Response from GHP Group Inc. SupportJanuary 9, 2018
Hello Brackin, thank you for taking the time to review this smoker and the issues you had cooking with it. We take our customer satisfaction and feedback earnestly to improve our products and services every day! If there is anything we can do to assist you, we are happy to help! Just reach out by phone at 877-447-4768 or email here: http://www.ghpgroupinc.com/CTUS.html
-GHP Group Customer Support ghpgroupinc
Really nice smoker,couple of things ,the tin holder for the wood needs to be wider on the slides,...
Really nice smoker,couple of things ,the tin holder for the wood needs to be wider on the slides, reason beoing they will fall off the slides very easy, the grease tray are not slides, difficult to remove them to empty.with those exceptions off my recommendations I really like this smoker the door gasket are a major plus also.
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Works as advertised, however the quality control is not good. Body is dented, top air vent bent, ...
Works as advertised, however the quality control is not good. Body is dented, top air vent bent, one of the side vents not attached and one of the igniters was not seated. Small things on the whole and after reattaching and reseating, assembly and seasoning used it to make 2 each pork ribs, beef ribs and teriyaki turkey breasts.. PERFECTION
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I was starting to get worried when I went to assemble it and found no hardware to assemble it wit...
I was starting to get worried when I went to assemble it and found no hardware to assemble it with. I called the manufacturer, they were friendly and shipped a new hardware kit to me. Assembly was easy but you may want some help as smoker is heavy and awkward to move with just one person. I've smoked a couple turkeys in it. I had to add a rod to hang them from as I prefer this method rather than cook it in a pan or on the grate. They turned out great, just need to adjust the temp and cooking time a little. My wife and I cooked a smoker full of beef jerky, it was awesome. We also smoked a brisket, chicken breast, and brats. Everything seemed to turn out great. We do have a little adjusting to do on temp and cook time but overall this was a great buy. Now for the down side, if you can call it that. I did some reading on other reviews and I did find that to get the low temp I wanted for my Turkeys to start out with I had to run the smoker with one burner turned all the way down on low. It was about 40 degrees outside. The smoker held steady at about 150 degrees all night. To let you know, I cook my turkeys for 18 hrs. The wood chip box will only burn on the side that your using so you'll need to switch burners once one side of the wood chip box gets done. Other than that, I haven't found anything I didn't like about this smoker. I did by the cover for it and it is a great way to protect it from the elements if you plan on keeping it outdoors.
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So this is my first foray into smoking. I have been grilling and cooking all of my life but I was always wary of this genre of food prep. The equipment arrived well protected. The box was definitely heavy and you may want to plan on help when arrival is expected. A bit of bad luck for me the delivery driver dropped it at the neighbor's home by mistake. Got the unit home and set aside the smoker for a few months while back porch renovations were completed. Finally opened it up and ran through the assembly manual and unpacked the parts. Assembly is very straight forward and explained well in the manual. After unpacking, the entire assembly was probably less then twenty minutes. Be careful when unpacking, though, some boxes inside are empty to keep parts from shifting and some have smaller parts inside. Check everything... Followed the seasoning instructions and picked up a cheap bag of mesquite from the grocery store and ran the unit for an hour or so as directed. The smell from the unit was intoxicating as I opened the back door at the end of the hour. Nearly everything went perfect with one exception. I didn't notice it during assembly, but the temperature gauge was defective. There is a pin at the bottom of the gauge that prevents the needle from going past a certain point, but the needle is stuck on the wrong side of the pin. So I still desperately wanted to try out the unit despite not having the working gauge. I chose something relatively quick and easy. I saw a number of comments and recipes online for burgers. I had never had a smoked burger and thought PERFECT. I was a little worried about the heating control. Another reviewer had commented about the gas knobs not having much flame difference between high and low. I did not have that experience. My flame heights were visibly different. I left the bottom vents mostly closed and the top vent at mid and gave it an hour with the meat as close to the bottom as possible. The burgers came out perfect. They even had that tell tale smoke ring around the surface. Now as I said I had left the smoker un-assembled for quite a while after purchase. I did not know if the manufacturer would be willing to replace the gauge as a warranty item or if they would have to sell it to me. To my amazement, even though the part was not for sale on their website, and I purchased the grill the previous October. They said they would send out the new gauge within a week. Very impressed. I would definitely recommend this product. Simple assembly and controls that are not intimidating for a beginner.
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We are having a blast smoking meats in this baby! Dimensions listed are incorrect.
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First, I can’t figure out why this is called a 43” wide smoker when it’s actually 24” wide. Adding in the handles only gets it to 28”. Even the specs on the website contradict the title. This is SOOOO much easier than cooking with charcoal. I have no interest in debating the differences of charcoal and gas. This fits our needs perfectly. There’s a TON of room inside and lots of adjustable shelving and one rib rack shelf accessory. We’ve made a turkey, a pork shoulder, brisket and baby back ribs. Delicious! And the entire neighborhood knows what we’re up to. I’ve gotten texts now from two different neighbors asking what smelled so good! For years I avoided smoking because it seemed like way too much effort. I’m so happy to have this smoker. It’s not a lot of effort, and in fact, is actually an enjoyable process. My Wife also loves it. She loves the process and checking on the food and smelling it throughout the day. We’re just learning the different types of wood chips/chunks, injectables, marinades, etc. It does seem to take longer than we plan for, so you have to “figure it out” before you can count on dinner being done on time! Home Depot carries a great selection of wood chips and chunks, by the way. I highly suggest purchasing a cover because it takes on water any time it rains. I had a really hard time locating a cover for it. The mfr does not seem to offer one large enough. I finally found one that fits really well. It’s the perfect length and width, has zippers to make it easier to put on/take off and the chimney pocket aligns and fits perfectly. There’s some overhang in the front, but it’s a non-issue. Search for “Smoke Hollow SC44 Smoker Cover for 44-Inch Smoker” on HD’s website. The build quality is almost perfect for this price point. The one thing I’d complain about is sloppy door fit. The hinge pins are a loose fit, which allows the door to hang crooked on the latch side. It looks awful, but works just fine. Installation was quite easy and didn’t take too long at all. I’ve assembled many such items and this was well executed. !!! NEEDLE VALVE !!! Big complaint coming up… on its lowest setting we could not get the temperature below 270 degrees. We wanted 200 for one batch and 225 for another. I’ve read many similar complaints and I just don’t understand why the manufacturer wouldn’t address this issue. We actually had to prop the lower door open to keep the heat down! Hopefully I have my facts correct here, because I’m going to try to help you. The regulator that comes on this is 0.5 PSI. Believe it or not, there’s still too much flow, so you want to add a needle valve. Home Depot had nothing in the grill section and nobody in the store that knew anything about this. I couldn’t even find any needle valves in plumbing. I found a replacement regulator / needle valve combination at another store, only to discover that it is NOT the right product to use, at 10 PSI! We were able to get our desired temperature with this, but I believe it’s dangerous and am taking back. Even throttled down the burner controls were unresponsive. Plus there are warnings not to use a 10 PSI regulator on a grill. After a ton of research I settled on ordering a high quality “scientific needle valve” online that allows for micro adjusting. I also had to order the misc. brass couplings and adapters required to plumb this into the line. The problem when doing this is that valves and extensions are all NPI (National Pipe Thread) while the gas fittings use a flare SAE fitting. I can’t tell you how frustrating it is to locate the required parts. Some were easy once I figured out what to look for, but the adapter for the grill end? Forget about it! I could only find it on a BBQ website in Texas. See the included pictures for my final setup. Parts list for installing the needle valve, starting at the smoker. Note that I went with 3/8” . If you want to step down to 1/4” control valve you’ll have to adjust. • “3/8" Female SAE Gas Flare x 3/8" Male NPT Adapter 33-6B” from Tejassmokers. Only place I found this! • Eaton Weatherhead 3300X6 Brass CA360 Fitting, Coupling, 3/8" NPT Female • Anderson Metals 38300 Lead Free Red Brass Pipe Fitting, Nipple, 3/8" x 3/8" NPT Male, 3-1/2" Length. This is the extension pipe. • Parker 003371002 337 Series Brass Micrometer Flow Control Valve, 3/8" NPTF Port, 250 psi, Fine Adjustment, 59 scfm • “3/8" Male NPT x 3/8" Male SAE Gas Flare Adapter 48-6C” from Tejassmokers. This threads into the NPT valve and you then connect the regulator hose that used to go to the smoker to the SAE flare end. • Teflon tape. No need to go crazy.
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Great For Beginners....Easy To Assemble !!!
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This is a nice product, that Came very well packed....take 15 minutes to read the assembly manual, then go to it,It takes about the same time to read the manual as is does to assemble it. A beginner can do this her/himself without any problems as the directions are clear and well written. Remember before you actually cook anything you should light the unit., then turn on high for at least 30 minutes to burn off any oils and grease from assembly at the factory (have wood chips & water in it) As well as seasoning it like you would a good frying pan, I had no experience using a smoker and spent a good amount of time cruising the inter-web for recipes ,suggestions and cooking tips. I ended up cooking some country style spare ribs that turned out delicious.. (see pictures below) It is a heavy gauge well built unit that is easy to use and maintain temperature and I think it is good for anyone from a beginner like me to a seasoned pro....
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This is a real big smoker that is an excellent value for what you get.That being said there were a couple of problems,but not a deal breaker for me.The smoker weighs over one hundred pounds and the handles seem a little thin.One of the latch tabs was bent so the door wouldn't lock properly.I had to bend it back to get it to lock.The instructions were excellent and easy to follow,it took about 30 minutes to put together.It comes with a smoker box,water tray and tons of racks with a rib rack.There was Styrofoam everywhere from shipping but the smoker was in good shape.It heats up quickly and holds temps well.All in all this is a great smoker with room for a lot of food and is built to last a long time.Value wise it is excellent.
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