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Maverick remote thermometer

figgiefiggie Posts: 15
edited 1:34PM in EggHead Forum
Does anyone know where I can get replacement probes for Maverick Ready Check thermometers?

Thanks in advance

figgie

Comments

  • CPBCPB Posts: 133
    I have been looking for ages! Good luck. I will keep my eye on your post.
  • Try this link. Just fill in the blanks for parts you want to order.

    http://www.maverickhousewares.com/new_probe_parts_pub_0001.pdf
  • RRPRRP Posts: 18,961
    Maybe it would work but did you catch that is an unsecured website? No way am I entering my credit card number on that form!
    L, M, S, Mini
    Ron
    Dunlap, IL
  • Ever try right from the source? I remeber when I had to order ne wprobes I went right to the manufacturer. It's on the paperwork comes with the Redi-check.
  • TomM24TomM24 Posts: 1,364
    I have ordered them direct from Maverick and it took six weeks to get them. You can get them from Freds and they will be there in a week. Maybe a little more expensive but get a some dizzy pig and some smoking woods and it well worth it. Its just going to burn out again.

    I had three polders for years before the egg and never burnt out a probe on the weber kettle. Less than a year with the egg all three polders fried plus two sets of maverick probes. All fried doing chicken at 350. The platesetter must concentrate the heat. I have alomost given up on using remote probe. Bought one more , when it goes, I'll just use the thermopen
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