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Unread 12-14-2012, 04:01 PM   #14
Mo-Dave
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Originally Posted by retired trucker View Post
You know in an emergency, you could use the other probe if needed. The 732 unit does not know the difference. Just insert in the meat and plug into the meat probe jack and move on. Also try putting some shrink tubing on the next set. I have about 6 inches on both of my probes, and they are over a year old and have not skipped a beat yet.
You are correct about the probes being interchangeable, just make sure you clean it before inserting into the meat so you are not inserting some kind of nasty into the meat. My vote goes for old school here, but I will check the internal with a hand held gauge, until that dies on me.
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