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Old 10-22-2005, 01:03 PM   #1
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temp indicator

I have a "little time temp" on a 125 freshwater. It reads 91.6 F or 33.1 C. It felt colder than that to me so I checked it with another and got about 75 F. A LARGE floating thermometer read at about 76 F. I am sure the digital is wrong. I moved the sensor to another spot but am wondering if I can reset this one or just chuck it and use another one.

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your right in assuming the digtial is wrong.. I would get another glass one to make certin that I had the correct temperature reading if I were you.. there are members that use that digital here but I really doubt they have had to reset it.. wish I could help you on the digital..
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