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Old 07-07-2013, 10:19 AM   #1
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Join Date: 11-29-12
Location: East Northport, NY
Default Rock's BarBQue Stoker Question/yard sale find

I inherited an old white Stoker (the wireless version that you can manually hook up to a computer). I'll need to get the power cord, but it came with the probes, fans, etc. Currently I'm not using it because I'm happy tending to my UDS or using my DigiQ II for overnights.

My question is whether or not I can attach an ethernet cable to a wireless hub (I've got a Apple Airport, for example, that's linked to my router) so that I could get the software that works with the unit and play around with it. It's not worth the money to me if I can't, but I can see it being a worthwhile investment for the future if I can - and it seems a shame not to use it.

Just picked up a used Weber Gold Kettle in great condition at a yard sale for $20. Score!


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