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Maverick ET-732 Is In The House

GandolfGandolf Posts: 882
edited 7:39PM in EggHead Forum
My last Christmas present arrived today. The new ET-732. If it works as advertised it'll have some terrific improvements. I've always liked my 73, but am really looking forward to trying this new baby out. If you're waiting for delivery of one, should be there soon! Test run soon. Will post my impressions then.


  • 2Fategghead2Fategghead Posts: 9,623
    dog! ;)
  • I have just had to order off for my 2nd replacement probe within 6 months or so. Prior to that, we had our Maverick unit for several years with no problems. The unit's great, but it seems like the probes might be a little too prone to go T.U.(if you're not in the military, don't ask me to explain that terminology). Has anyone else had a problem with the Maverick probes? They haven't been used under extreme duress, and have been handled with care. When we do high temp cooks we don't use the probe.
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    I had a few go bad.I ordered the long,HiTemp ones.No more problems.
  • Thanks. I just ordered 2 more of the "regular" Maverick probes from their company directly this past weekend; if they go bad in short order I'll try your suggestion. We never really use the thing for the high temp stuff, but maybe the high temp probes tend to be more rugged or the extra length somehow means there's less stress on the wires. We love our Maverick RediCheck-72 unit, and the unit and remote have performed very well for years. It's only the probe that we've had issues with.
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    They are more heavy duty/rugged and the extra length is really nice.
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