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Unread 04-27-2013, 11:11 AM   #1
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I have a Pitmaker Safe which i believe has an adjustable thermo on it. It has been off and I would like to adjust it. What is the best way?
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Boiling water test. Get a pot of water (with no salt) up to a roaring boil. Then stick the thermo in there and wait for it to settle in to whatever temp it reaches. Once there, adjust it to read 212*F. That should get you to within a +/-5* range while cooking.
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I dont believe i have waited that long to adjust this thing........
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