So about 24 hours from pitching the yeast on my zombie dust clone, it became evident that there was going to be some blow-off, and I have been lazy lately and just not setting the blow-off tube up initially and instead use airlocks. As I made 1.25 gallons of sanitizer to sanitize the blow-off tube and have some solution for it to sit in, I was not thinking and made it with warm water as I usually would to brew. As I added this bucket and blow-off tube and removed the air-lock, I noticed that this raised the temperature of the fermentation chamber enough to click it on and condensation started happening. The duck-taped on probe just slid right off the carboy and I was forced to wedge it between the side of the carboy and the wall of the chest freezer in order to get it to stick to the carboy. Will this mishap have a significant effect on my beer in terms of off-flavors or under-attenuation? It is still chugging away with the blow-off attached.