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If you do have concerns about the temp you could put heating register grates in the back to help with airflow.
212F = 100C There is a big 100 you can line it up with on the celsius side of the thermometer.Griffin said:Thatgrimguy said:Can you adjust the therm or do you just replace it?
There is a nut on the back that you can turn to move the needle up or down. You don't have to be 100% accurate, but try and get it to where it reads 210 in boiling water. I don't know about you, but mine doesn't have a mark for 212 and I'm not sure exactly what my elevation is anyways. 210 is good enough for me.