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Maverick et-733 question.

matlocc

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Got my first nice probe. A little confusing to program. What does the circle arrow on the top left indicate? It keeps blinking?

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matlocc

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I have that and it still doesn't explain the circle arrow, thanks though.
 

hillbillyrkstr

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I have a 733 and it's confusing as all hell. I just let it sit in the box most of the time. i use my igrill because it's the simple (2 buttons). I don't like having to pull up the directions every time I use something.
 

sauced

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Yes....the 733 is a complete pain to configure!!! I hate it, sorry I bought one.
 

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Yep. A real pain to get set up. About the only good thing I can say about mine is it's VERY accurate. One probe is exact and the other is only 1 degree off--can't beat that.

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I have that and it still doesn't explain the circle arrow, thanks though.
I don't have a 733---I have the 732, so I don't really know what this circle/arrow looks like.

The 732 is easy & usually $10 cheaper than the 733.

However this one shows a lot of stuff for the ET-733 (Link Below):

The only place I see circle-arrow mentioned is a "Re-sync Button" for when you get too far away & lose connection.

Link to instructions:

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1011071/Maverick-Et-733-Redi-Chek.html#manual

Bear
 
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hillbillyrkstr

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I agree Gary it's accurate for sure. Problem is it's to much of a pain to mess with so it's usually accurate in the cabinet below my old mes 40. Lol.

I keep it for when we have big smoker parties with multiple smokers going. Between that, my 735, and my igrill 1, and 2 we can really keep track of a lot of meat and chamber temps.
 

hillbillyrkstr

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Sorry matlocc didn't mean to get off subject. If you use the 733 a lot you'll get the hang of it. But if I was you I'd switch to an igrill. Just as accurate and easy to use.

Good luck
 

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