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I couldn't find the specific manual for this, but I did find some basic instructions on a personal review:
"Rival calls this a SmartPot and describes this unit as "programmable". All this really means is that you can program the slow cooker to cook either on "High" or "Low" for up to 20 hours, in 30 minute increments and then it will automatically switch to the "Keep Warm" setting and keep your meal warm for hours. You cannot program multiple steps, such as going from the "High" to the "Low" setting. The red, LCD clearly displays the remaining cook time. Simply plug in the slow cooker, and then push the clearly marked buttons (with a pleasant, audible tone) to move from "Low" to "High" to "Keep warm" settings. Then push the Timer Button to set the desired cook time." Hopefully, this helps answer your questions!
I have the same problem, no manual & have been unable to source one on the net. By cycling the power button ensure that the red light is flashing. This indicates that power is on. At least mine is heating up. The test will be if I can reduce the setting as the cooking progresses.
Oh for a cooker with a 3 position knob.
"Just because technology lets you do something, it's not a good reason for doing it"
on setting 1 (low),the slow cooker can operate all day and night if required
when set to 2 (high) it is very much like a covered pot on the stove.food will cook in half the required time
AUTO the slow cooker will cook on 2 (high) until the food reaches a pre-set temperature,then switches to 1(low) and maintains a constant slow cooking temperature.Auto is ideal for someone who is leaving the house for the day 8-9 hours please feel free to share this information.If you have any more ? please fell free to contact me. bianca
Push the COOK TIME button, if the time changes then if you leave the number of hours between 1 and 6, and press the ON/OFF button, it will cook on high that many hours. If you leave the number between 7 and 10, and press the ON/OFF button, it will cook on low that many hours. If you leave the number at "0" then the slow cooker will cook on WARM. If the COOK TIME button does not work, unplug the slow cooker, hold both the ON/OFF button and the COOK TIME buttons down and plug it into a wall socket. After the lights flash a few times, release the buttons. the switches should work.
Heat intensity is warm, 1, 2, 3 (highest)
How to operate:
Plug in. Set timer to amount of hours to cook.
Press the SELECT button to scroll thru 4 settings -
"warm", "1" (Low), "2" (Medium)", "3" (High).
Once the desired cooking temp selected, press
the "round circle" power button to begin cooking.
The time display will now start to count down to "0:00"
When the cooking time has been reached, the slow
cooker will automatically go into "warm" mode for a maximum
of 6 hours, then automatically turn off.
NOTE: Not recommended using the WARM setting for more than
4 hours at a time.
NOTE2: To stop the cooking process at any time, press the
"round circle" power button. The unit will default to "0:00" time
but the indicator light in the "3" high position will remain on.
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.