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That's looking mighty dang good John.
One question, what is the insulator on the meat probe?
Makes it so you can remove it without getting burned? Thanks.

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3 minutes ago, TKOBBQ said:

That's looking mighty dang good John.
One question, what is the insulator on the meat probe?
Makes it so you can remove it without getting burned? Thanks.

 

I guess that's what it's for... this is one of those iGrill probes.  I have been using some probes and thermometers while I get used to this grill.  

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