BUT i do sometimes notice if the thin meat probe touches the BBQ or the main TC probe it can send an error reading, so like on Ghost Busters - do NOT cross the streams...
i think the junction is at the tip, everything past that is just wire.
i made them up myself, using GX12 plugs.
the wire from the probe is not very easy to solder, so you have to hook it into the GX12 plug connections and be very meticulous.
err, no, i just drill & stuff it all in.
get a "step drill" these are great to use with the plastic boxes.
it was about $1.17 from eBay
no, i used some left over spray enamel and spray teh inside of the clear plastic, take a closer look
around here, there are a few people that get trusted with BBQ duties, so that is why it has the OLED that scrolls through all the readings...
because if i am doing other stuff, they can resist the temptation to lift the lid to check the meat (a big no-no!)
keep it up