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Old 11-10-2013, 05:40 PM   #7
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A couple more things to look at is sometimes you don't get the probe plugged all the way into the controller, and it gives a bad connection and a bad temperature reading. Also if you put the probe too close to the food, it can make the probe read lower. Lastly, if it is the standard dome thermometer, I wouldn't trust it, they can go bad at any time, if it ever worked in the beginning you should feel lucky. But you did say your cooks are taking longer.
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