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    How to calibrate the different types of probes?

    I learned about the issues surrounding the unintentional grounding of ungrounded thermocouples (the type we have here). I don't mean any disrepsect for Auber instruments, but two of the four k-type thermocouples I purchased from them have TC wire short to the shield. If you're making your own...
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    WTB: Stoker (white box) or Stoker II (red letters)

    I'm also offering cash for broken Stokers. I'm not sure what fair market value is, but we can come up with one.
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    WTB: Stoker (white box) or Stoker II (red letters)

    I am looking to purchase a Stoker II (red letter). If you are no longer using one or if see one for sale, please let me know. I am also shopping for a Stoker I white box (no wireless) on the used market. Hit me up you ex-Stokers!
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    Need a link to Stoker firmware

    disregard. A Vale is going to hook me up. Thank you!
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    Need a link to Stoker firmware

    If anyone has the latest version of the Stoker software/firmware (11-2-0-1) in their downloads folder, I'd greatly appreciate a copy. It appears that John has removed the web pages that hosted this content. If I knew the file name, I could get it blindly, but I can't even find someone posting...
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    Stoker owners - Probe LEDs - Do you use them?

    Hi everyone, Some of you might have seen that I'm attempting to put together some resources to keep Stoker owners supplied with blowers and probes. It looks like we've accomplished a basic level of that already by using a 3rd party thermocouple board and k-type thermocouples. My question to...
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    WSM 22 plus Stoker Wifi $200 in Orange County

    Thanks J Grotz for the link! I was able to purchase the Stoker from the seller. Also, I should have blower circuit boards available for the Stoker shortly (30 days?). I'm not sure on the price, but it should be between 10 and 15 dollars for the board. There's already a DIY temperature probe...
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    WSM 22 plus Stoker Wifi $200 in Orange County

    Also, I've had some developments with Stoker parts. It's now possible to make your own probes, and soon, your own blowers, no soldering required. Take a peek. https://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1222399/diy-probe-for-rocks-stoker#latest
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    WSM 22 plus Stoker Wifi $200 in Orange County

    Thanks for the link. I'm trying to buy his Stoker.
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    FS: Flame Boss grill blower fan

    Hi everyone. I have a Flame Boss fan for sale. I purchased it to cannibalize the frame and the adapters for a Stoker II, however, I've gone another route in my efforts in my Stoker research. $40 shipped priority to you, US only. Also, if you have a Stoker, or Stoker II that you are...
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    Need new Stoker Pit Controller Parts Source?

    I'm not eager to get a backup either :) I'm actually hoping to score a deal on one at some point. Any offer I made would probably be offensive, but if you had a number in mind. PM me. In reality, these things will probably last forever given their construction. They're built like a tank...
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    Need new Stoker Pit Controller Parts Source?

    If you ever decide to sell your unit, I may be interested in purchasing it. I'm working on a blower solution now. Right now, I think this is the ingredients we need...
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    Need new Stoker Pit Controller Parts Source?

    Bill - It is fairly expensive option for the DIY probe; $50 dollars was about the price Rock used to charge IIRC. And less functionality (no LED). I offer it as a way for those who refuse to give up on their Stoker :/ I really like the form factor of the board you found on eBay...
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    Need new Stoker Pit Controller Parts Source?

    Here's a link to the DIY thread on how to make your own probes for Stoker. Enjoy! https://eggheadforum.com/discussion/1222399/diy-probe-for-rocks-stoker
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    Need new Stoker Pit Controller Parts Source?

    Hi William, I'm not sure what the components are that you need. I'd assume you're working on a Weber? The good news is that it may be possible to "roll your own" blower if your fan is +5 volts and if you're handy with a soldering iron. The owner mentioned his blowers are using the DS2513...

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