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Thermometer Condensation

AndyRAndyR Posts: 130
edited 5:17PM in EggHead Forum
Does anyone know the best way to get rid of the condensation inside dial of the BGE thermometer? Thanks.[p]AndyR


  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    Run some clear silicone calk around where the plastic and stainless meet.[p]Tim

  • AndyR, what Tim suggested is correct after you get the water out...I tried several things but the only thing that finally worked was I took my Dremel and drilled two small holes in the plastic dial on opposite sides (like 12:00 & 6:00) then tapped the thermo several times so the water -(truly I HAD WATER in mine) gathered and then I blew the water out, let it dry in the sun a day and then filled the holes and dial edges with silicone. Don't forget a dab on the back side by the nut. Good luck. ^oo^~

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