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ThermoPro TP20 any good?

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Thread Starter 

Looking for a new dual probe wireless meat thermometer. I was looking at the ThermoPro TP20 on Amazon and it appears to have great reviews. Does anyone on here have one and can you provide any feedback?

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Hello HuskyKMA,

 

I am Dillon from ThermoPro, and I can answer any questions you have about our TP20! For starters, it is our newest model with a simplified user interface, a backlight and preset meat cooking temperatures for easy cooks. The TP20 also comes with dual probes as you stated. These can read both meat or the ambient temperature of a grill, oven or smoker as it comes with a clip for easy attachment!

 

Thank you for the interest in our product, we would like to offer forum users a 20% discount from our website off any ThermoPro product!

 

 

If you have anymore questions, I would be happy to answer them!

 

Dillon

 

ThermoPro 

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​How do I get the 20% discount?  Thanks,

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Hi Dillon how long are the cables on the probes?

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@dlevy76 The probe wire is 42 inches!

 

Thanks,

Dillon

post #6 of 12
Thread Starter 
I got a TP20 for Christmas, haven't used it yet though.
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Id like that discount also!
post #8 of 12

An interesting review of wireless thermometers

 

  

post #9 of 12
Dillon,

My ThermoPro TP20 only displays HHH on both the receiver and transmitter. I cannot find this addressed anywhere in the manual. What am I doing wrong or is there something wrong with the unit?
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Originally Posted by spayne View Post

Dillon,

My ThermoPro TP20 only displays HHH on both the receiver and transmitter. I cannot find this addressed anywhere in the manual. What am I doing wrong or is there something wrong with the unit?


You may want to PM him on Monday:  it's Saturday, he works for TP, deserves a weekend just like the rest of us, and likely not on call.  I know someone got pi$$y with him in a previous thread because there was a question posed well after business hours one night and started in on him before 8AM the next day since he hadn't answered.  You may also want to pull the batteries, unplug the probe, leave everything apart for about 10 minutes, and begin anew.  Often will clear any issues you may have:  make sure that the probes are firmly and fully inserted, and everything is properly paired.  HHH is often the code for the heat being too high for the unit to read, so keep that in mind as well.


Edited by gr0uch0 - Today at 5:48 pm
post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by spayne View Post

Dillon,

My ThermoPro TP20 only displays HHH on both the receiver and transmitter. I cannot find this addressed anywhere in the manual. What am I doing wrong or is there something wrong with the unit?

Means the cable is not pressed all the way in. Push it till you feel the click.

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Originally Posted by Lunchboxfl View Post
 

Means the cable is not pressed all the way in. Push it till you feel the click.

Oh wow....

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