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Temperature Chart; Troubleshooting - Kenmore 125.15885800 Use And Care Manual

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TEMPERATURE CHART

Here is a chart for measuring properly cooked meat
temperature: (USDA Standard)
Ground Meat & Meat Mixtures
Turkey, Chicken
Veal, Lamb
Beef, Pork
Fresh Beef
Medium Rare
Medium
Well Done
Fresh Lamb
Medium Rare
Medium
Well Done
Fresh Veal
Medium Rare
Medium
Well Done
Poultry
Chicken, whole
Turkey, whole
Breast, roast
Thighs, wings
Duck and Goose
Fresh Pork
Medium
Well Done
Ham
Fresh (raw)
Pre-Cooked
Fish
(Cook until opaque and flakes easily)
Note: These temperatures are measured with a meat
probe thermometer. The heat indicator on the
door of the smoker is not an accurate meat
temperature reading.
165°
F
(74°
C
)
F
C
160°
(71°
)
F
C
160°
(71°
)
145°
F
(63°
C
)
F
C
160°
(71°
)
170°
F
(77°
C
)
145°
F
(63°
C
)
F
C
160°
(71°
)
170°
F
(77°
C
)
F
C
145°
(63°
)
F
C
160°
(71°
)
170°
F
(77°
C
)
F
C
180°
(82°
)
180°
F
(82°
C
)
F
C
170°
(77°
)
F
C
180°
(82°
)
F
C
180°
(82°
)
F
C
160°
(71°
)
170°
F
(77°
C
)
160°
F
(71°
C
)
F
C
140°
(60°
)

TROUBLESHOOTING

PROBLEM
CAUSE
Electric
1. Check that the
element
3-wire plug is fully
seated into a
will not
3-wire grounded
heat up
GFCI outlet wired
for 120 volts and
protected at 15 or
20 amps.
2. Check the break-
ers or fuses for the
outlet being used
are not open or
shorted.
3. Check that the
GFCI outlet has
not been tripped.
4. Electric element
may be damage
and needs
replacing.
1. Adjust temperature
Smoker is
not getting
control on electric
element.
hot enough
2. Avoid the tempta-
tion to check food
too often.
3. Extension cord is
wrong type.
4. Electric element
may be damaged
and needs
replacing.
1. Adjust temperature
Smoker is
control on electric
getting
element.
too hot
2. Electric element
may be damaged
and needs
replacing.
CORRECTION
1. Reseat plug in a
3-wire grounded
GFCI outlet wired for
120 volts and pro-
tected at 15 or 20
amps.
2. Reset breakers or
replace fuse.
3. Reset GFCI outlet.
4. Replace element.
1. Turn up heat on
control dial.
2. Opening the door
allows heat to
escape and slows
the cooking process;
open door only when
necessary.
3. Do not use an exten-
sion cord unless ab-
solutely necessary.
Use the shortest
length possible. Use
a 12/3 or 14/3
grounded-type ex-
tension cord with a
rating of at least 15
amps.
4. Replace element.
1. Turn down heat on
control dial.
2. Replace element.
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