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It should reach an internal temp of 165 degrees.
You didn't say whether it was in a casing or loose but either way, the juices should run clear, no pink. If they're in casings, just prick one with a fork or knife, being sure to reach the center. Don't overdo it though as it will become dried out quickly.
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