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Offline Auli

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Question on probs
« on: July 07, 2020, 10:01:50 AM »
On a recipe can we have the smoker turn off when the probe reaches a certain temperature?  Also would we need a time for cook temperature if so.

Offline Olev

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Re: Question on probs
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2020, 02:33:37 PM »
When the probe detected that it has reached to target internal temperature, it will sound the buzzer, it will not turn the smoker off.

Offline Habanero Smoker

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Re: Question on probs
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2020, 03:15:44 AM »
Hi Olev;

The cooktool.exe has a lot of bugs. I running it on Windows 10.  First I've been trying to download it from the below site, but get a message "No File Found". The US site has a bad link. Can someone look into fixing this link. I have already reported the bad link about a week ago, and was assured someone would look into it.

Gizy-CA, posted the below link, which I can download the cooktool.exe. The Canadian site has a good link, but the temperature default is Celsius.

I downloaded the cooktool from the Canadian site, but it doesn't seem to run correctly. After adding steps to a recipe, when I use the up and down arrows to review, or edit a particular step, each step I arrow up or down to displays the last step that I programmed in. If I use the scroll bar, to scroll up and down, the steps display properly, and I can then edit the step.

Is there anyway to change the Celsius to Fahrenheit? Or is the Fahrenheit the default in the US version of the cooktool.

One other question. Are the bisquette burners turned on when the power is turned on, or are they only turned on when you engage the smoke cycle.