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Char-Broil

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Universal-Fit Temperature Gauge

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The Char-Broil Universal-Fit Temperature Gauge provides a replacement to older or worn-out temperature gauges so you can grill your food to optimal temperatures for safety and taste.

  • Lets you a ccurately gauge temperature of grill for safety and taste
  • Stylish chrome housing is long-lasting to keep you grilling
  • Fits 1/2 in. hole
  • Weather resistant for durability
  • Fits most gas grills

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Is the back of the guage threaded so a 1/2" nut can be applied through a steel drum, as in a homemade smoker?

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October 10, 2012
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May 7, 2013
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I believe it is 3/8 inch since a 1/2 inch hole was drilled to accommodate the stem of the thermometer.
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January 26, 2013
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It comes with a wing nut. There is plenty of thread for installing on a thick surface.
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October 12, 2012
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A 5/16 wing nut or hex nut will work to hold the temperature gauge onto the unit.
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How to zero

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Bob
Missouri
July 1, 2013
I've purchased this thermometer and its reading at the 100 degree Mark. How do it get the Gage to read zero??
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July 2, 2013
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Mine has never read zero. It is usually about what the temperature is outside. Also, it may read higher if it your grill is in the sun
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July 1, 2013
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The temperature gauge is able to read atmospheric temperatures and this may be causing it to stay between 50 and 100 degrees.
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can this be used in a kitchen range to test for accruacy of the oven's gauge?

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March 17, 2014
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This Universal-Fit Temperature Gauge can be used as long as the face of the temperature gauge is not in direct heat. Please follow this link for more information on this product... http://www.charbroil.com/temperature-gauge-universal-fit.html
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where is the proper placement of the temp gauge on the Brinkman grill

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October 22, 2011
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This will be dependent on the specific grill you have. Generally the temperature gauge is located in the center of the front of the lid. If you are replacing the original temperature gauge that came with your grill this would be used in the same locatoin. There will be a small hole where you would insert the stem of the temperature gauge. The Univiersal-Fit Temperature Gauge is designed to fit a Read More
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This will be dependent on the specific grill you have. Generally the temperature gauge is located in the center of the front of the lid. If you are replacing the original temperature gauge that came with your grill this would be used in the same locatoin. There will be a small hole where you would insert the stem of the temperature gauge. The Univiersal-Fit Temperature Gauge is designed to fit a 1/2" hole. Again, you will want to check your specific grill to make sure it is compatible as It is possible that you may have a grill that was not designed to accept a temperature gauge and does not have the hole for instillation. Read Less
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