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Unread 01-14-2013, 04:42 PM   #12
Triple T BBQ
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Be sure not to immerse your probes in water. Just wipe them clean with cleaner and a damp cloth. Also you need to avoid crushing the wires in the doors. Either of these will make short work of the probes. I put fresh batteries in both units for comps and long cooks and then finish the used batteries off in the tv remotes and misc toys for the kids and whatnot. Cheap insurance when you have a couple hundred bucks worth of meat on the smoker. Also most of the replace probes are pretty nice and come with 6ft cords. I use these to let me put the transmitters inside a plastic Tupperware container to keep the ice, snow, and rain off them. Yep mn weather. Don't like it? Wait five minutes and it will change. ;)
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