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How do I get both 8 hours time and high setting on this crockpot?

Bought the Sc60 Corningware Programmable crockpot off the shelf without book... maybe not smart. I can turn it on, get it to 8 hours, but cannot with only an on/off button and hours button, get it both on *high* and 8 hours at the same time. with the off position, I can easily get the hours, but I can't move the light from low to high. If I push the off button and then move it to high with the hours button, then I lose the hours. With it ON, I can't set the hours..... HELP!
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  • angelbunny Dec 30, 2008

    i can get the hours set but only on high or warm, not anything on low

  • tsogilvie Mar 04, 2009

    I do not have the instruction booklet and I don't know how to program the buttons.

  • stevielynne Mar 04, 2009

    You actually have to set it for a smaller # of hours to get it to start out on high. If you set it for higher than 5 or 6 hours it will start on low and then later progress to high, but if you want to start out cooking on high you have to set it for 4 or 5 hours on high, then add several hours later on. It's a pain. I lost my manual, but I did figure out that the lower # of hours let you start cooking on high.

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I got it on high for 1 hour and then reset it to low for 7 more hours and everything appears to be fine. I suspect that this crock pot runs at a little higher temperature. The *low* setting seems as hot as my older crockpot on high...... With this crock pot - set the hours while turned off with the right button and then turn it on. You may have to play with it several times to get the proper heat setting. As I said, I could only keep on it *high* for 1 hour.

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