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Unread 08-09-2012, 08:10 PM   #46
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I've been thinking of getting one of these as well, but I'm smoking on a UDS, so I'm kinda curious as to how other get the probes into the drum. Obviously a hole needs to be drilled into the side, but how are you guys sealing the hole? Since I haven't seen the probes, I'm not sure how wide they are, and the website doesn't mention how long the prob cords are, but I assume they're fairly short?

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Do NOT get the sensing end of the probe wires wet.... be very careful washing the probe and do not immerse any part of the wire in the water!
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Do NOT get the sensing end of the probe wires wet.... be very careful washing the probe and do not immerse any part of the wire in the water!
Is that from the Maverick?

This is straight from the manual:

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Wash the metal probe tips with hot soapy water and dry thoroughly. Do not immerse the probe in water while cleaning.
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