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Need directions on how to use National RICE-O-MAT. Model No. SR-W10GHN

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  • mtrobertson Apr 29, 2009

    Also need manual for my National SR10GHN Rice Cooker Steamer

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Add rice, add water to just first joint in a finger, turn on.

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