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Re: Differences in oven thermometers?

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Posted by Richard

In Reply to: Re: Differences in oven thermometers? posted by Rado

Rado;
No, its not snowy, freezing already,we have not even had our first frost yet. They will turn the water off Sunday morning ,so I came home today, Saturday. Last night it was 42 degrees F. and I slept like a baby. (No heater or furnace). My wife won`t stay out there this late in the season.

I have an thermometer exactly like the one in the picture only mine goes up to 600 degrees F. So thank you for your offer but I don`t need one. What should it read when its time to put the pizza in? It reads 400 to 450 degrees F. now with the door open but if I close the door it goes to 600 degrees rapidly.
Rich

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