Question about Panasonic SR-MM10NW Neuro Fuzzy 5-Cup Rice Cooker
My National SR-MM10N rice cooker stopped working. The display looks normal, menu works good. But after I select any cooking menu, press start... LCD changes to "H 05". Thanks for help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had similar problems.
There are some wires connecting the lid and the main unit. These wires run behind the hinge area and over time they got clipped from opening/closing the lid.
To fix the problem, you will have to open up the hinge unit and the top lid and reconnect (soldering) the disconnected wires.
I fixed mine more than once. IMO it's a design flow.
Again, don't attempt unless you know electrical wiring and feel comfortable with soldering. Make sure you cover the exposed wires with proper electric tape. You don't want to mix electricity with water and steam as there are much in the lid.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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