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ilFornino® Stainless Steel Thermometer 3" Diameter 900°F

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ilFornino® Thermometer

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ilFornino® Stainless Steel Thermometer 3" Diameter 900°F

The ilFornino Stainless Steel Thermometer is a good way to keep track of your oven temperature. It is quite accurate and legible up to 900 degrees F. or 500 degrees C. Thermometers mounted on the door are particularly useful for measuring the internal temperature for cooking and baking needs. Replacement is done by simply unscrewing the bolt in the back, removing the old thermometer, inserting the new thermometer and tightening the supplied nut. You should retain the old nut to screw onto the thermometer before inserting, if none is present. That way, the outer portion of the thermometer will be offset from the oven door, and will not overheat and darken.

  • 3" Round Stainless Steel Thermometer.
  • White Dial with 900°F.
  • 3/4" Hole, 2" Probe.
  • Includes the nut to fasten to the door mount or on your ilFornino oven.
  • Upgrade or Replace your blacked out or damaged thermometer.

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  • 4
    Back up thermometer

    Posted by Lou on 21st Dec 2016

    I own the Pro Mini oven and live in Florida. Over time, less than 1 year, I noticed that the inside of the thermometer has begun to fade. My assumption is that the high humidity in Florida may be the culprit. However, I feel that the seal between the glass face and the housing is the culprit.
    From an accuracy standpoint, this thermometer is on the money. I have used digital thermometers to compare and they both agree.
    I have not changed the unit as the original is still very usable, but at a cost of only $ 19.95 with free shipping, I decided to keep a spare. I took a small file and made markings on the outer ring of the old thermometer, just in case the numbers become illegible. That way, I can still detect the proper temperature from the external markings. Perhaps, they should be stamped into the rim as well.