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my foodpro plus goes on when i put the battery in and stays on for about 5 seconds and then goes off .
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my foodpro plus goes on when i put the battery in and stays on for about 5 seconds and then goes off .
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Comark FoodPro Plus -30 - 525 F Infrared Thermometer

Infrared measures surface and internal temperature; Flip down probe measures internal temperature; -40° to 392°F probe temperature range; -30° to 525°F infrared temperature range; 7-8 second probe response time; Timer function; Measures °F or °C; ± 2°F accuracy; Integral countdown timer; HACCP temperature danger zones are indicated with clear safe/unsafe LED warnings; Uses (1) 9 volt battery, included; 2 year warranty; NSF certified; Comark is a division of Fluke Corporation
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how do i change from C back to F?

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Remove the battery and within 15 seconds press the set button and it will go to F.
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Disconnect the battery and then reconnect the battery and hold the set button for fifteen secants.
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The simple solution is to unplug the battery, re-plug the battery and then push the set button to switch to ºF.

I have also attached the owners manual to the "Learn More" tab.
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I own the FoodPro Plus Infrared Thermometer w/ Probe

I lost the bottom lid to the battery compartment and I would like to know if you guys sell them
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The battery compartment lid is not a manufactured part, however, our manufacturer said they have a few extras and they would be willing to send you one. Please call our sales team at 1.888.388.6372 if you are interested.
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Does this product come with a carrying case?

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I am sorry, this infrared thermometer does not come with a carrying case.
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how do you calibrate a Infrared?

I had a cup with ice and water insert the Probe read 30F I Scanned it with the Infrared and read 37F. I can i calibrate it.
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The basic drill for calibrating a thermometer:

Fill an insulated glass with 60% crushed ice and 40% water. Let it sit for at least five minutes and then insert the sensing part of the thermometer into the cup. Make sure the sensor is in the middle of the glass and at least an inch from the sides, bottom, and top of the glass. Hold it there for 30 seconds or until the dial stops moving or the digital thermometer beeps. Your thermometer should be reading +/- 32º Fahrenheit after 30 seconds. If it’s not, it needs to be recalibrated. The ice point method is the most accurate way to calibrate a thermometer.

If the date inside the unit is within 28 months and it’s out of calibration, please call our sales team. 1.888.388.6372
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my foodpro plus goes on when i put the battery in and stays on for about 5 seconds and then goes off .

it will not go back on unless i take the battery out and put it back in then it does the same thing again.
what can i do to fix this.model C818FS s/n 11940002
thanks
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Have you tried replacing the battery? If it does not work by merely pushing the start (center) button (with a good battery) then it’s a failed unit. Please call our sales team for unit replacement at 1.888.388.6372.
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reliable internal temp reading

If I do not use the probe for an internal temp.how reliable is that reading
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Critical internal temperatures must be verified by using the probe. The infrared temperature measurements are used for screening and measuring surface temperatures only.
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