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Oct 30, 2011
What battery is used in thr Taylor Thermometer Model 9841? Thanks
This digital pocket thermometer uses a 1.5 volt battery.
Can this thermometer be used for check water temp. for tea(s)?
Yes, you can use this to check the water temperature, but do not submerge the entire thermometer into the water. Temperature range: -58° F to 500° F or -50° C to 260° C
Dec 16, 2011
what size battery? Can you be more specific, other than 1.5 v. ?
Hi. The 1.5 volt batteries are the button cell types.
From: CHESTERFIELD, MO
Jun 03, 2012
I THINK MY SPOUSE OWNS ITEM #113328 - BLACK DIG THERMOMETER.
THE BATTERY IS GONE. WHAT SIZE IS THIS BATTERY? AND DO YOU HAVE INSTRUCTIONS TO CHANGE IT?
Hi. This uses a 1.5 volt button shaped battery, which can be bought in stores. Carefully pry open the back cover or remove the screws holding it if this unit has them. Thanks!
From: Hackensack, NJ
Jul 09, 2012
When there is no reading does that mean battery should be replaced? If so where is the battery sold?
Hi. Yes, if the display is blank, you'll need to replace the battery. This uses a 1.5 volt button shaped battery, which can be bought in stores. Carefully pry open the back cover or remove the screws holding it if this unit has them. Thanks!
From: Santa Fe, NM
Dec 31, 2012
what s the diameter of the probe itself (looks to be from between 1/16 and 1/4 inch)? I need a thermometer with a 1/16 inch probe so please suggest alternatives if this product has a probe that is not that thin. Thanks.
Hi. The manufacturer doesn't have any exact dimensions regarding the thinnest portion of the probe on the Taylor® Precision Digital Pocket Thermometer, but they said it looks to be about 1/16 inch. Thanks!
From: wilmington, NC
Sep 22, 2014
how do I calibrate, work for school system and need to calaibrate.
Hello, according to the manufacturer this thermometer cannot be re-calibrated. Thank you!