Question about Panasonic SR-PRA18N 10-Cup Rice Cooker
This happened to my cooker for about a month.
Whenever I tried to cook my rice with the panasonic sr-pra18n, there is a leak of steam out of the door sides, and makes the rice totally uncooked.
If anybody has any solution to this problem, please leave a comment.
The rubber seals are not shredded or not damaged in any way, but the only part that I'd look at it in a suspicious was would be that the rubber seals have been used for a decent long period of time.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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