Originally Posted by labob915
I found out it has an auto off feature that turns it off after 30 minutes if there is no change in temp. Guess I'll have to look for another unit.
That's the one feature of my Taylor that aggrevates me. I gave up using the pager with it because, during a smoke, it's always giving the alarm that the thermometer is shutting down. What's more, I go to find it shut off so I power it up again to then go through setting up my target temperature. It's default target temp is 165 as a beef product, so my target is higher than that, I gotta set it back to my custom settings, else the stupid alarm won't shut up if I intend cooking to a higher temp.