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Question about new Maverick ET732

VanzoVanzo Posts: 125
edited 1:25AM in EggHead Forum
Just received my new Maverick. Should I trust it to be accurate to within 1 degree as they advertise or should I check it out? And if so, whats the best way?

Thanks,
Vanzo

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  • SheepDogSheepDog Posts: 176
    Check it... mine is 4 degrees off.
  • VanzoVanzo Posts: 125
    I assume you just put it in a pot of water and bring it up to a boil???
  • BotchBotch Posts: 6,102
    Vanzo wrote:
    I assume you just put it in a pot of water and bring it up to a boil???
    Under the "Cookbook" heading above is a "Boiling Point Calculator", that will allow you to zero in using both your local altitude and the current weather conditions. Very handy!
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  • VanzoVanzo Posts: 125
    Thanks for the help.
  • huevo locohuevo loco Posts: 22
    I got mine 2 days ago and checked both probes in boiling water. They both read 212, but at my altitude they should have read 211. I was fairly impressed. Close enough for jazz. ;)
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