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Tryin' to gauge the smokers internal temp.

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I have one digital thermometer, that I use to check the meat, where do I put the one to monitor the internal smoker temperature. Do I just hang it in there? or what? can it be touching the metal rack?

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Patohunter
post #2 of 6
Stick it through a potato or a drilled out wood chunk, and you don't want it touching metal.
post #3 of 6
The metal has nothing ELECTRICAL to do with it, you just won't get the air temp at grill level like that. Make sure your probe tip...the last inch and a half...is out the other side of it.
post #4 of 6
You can also push it through a cork and leave the tip exposed as explaned by Richtee, I save my old wine bottle corks for things like that, not that I have many...
post #5 of 6
And also place it at the same level as the most important meat in the smoker.
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