Question about Grilling
First lets just remove the batteries and replace with fresh ones. Are you sure you didn't have the probe too deep and it was coming out the other side close to the skin? Once you change the batteries simply run a test with some hot water boil the water then put the probe in and see if it is readin 212F or close to that, this will give you a base line and determine if there is something wrong with your unit.
I have seen this when I didn't clear the memory on mine after last using it.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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