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Crock-Pot 64451-C 6-1/2-Quart Oval Slow Cooker Here are the replacement parts available for your slow cooker. Please indicate the items you want added to the cart and proceed to check-out. Part # Description Price 7110060000091 Stoneware $15.00 7921000022448 Lid $10.00
All the ingredients in a crock-pot meal go into the ceramic pot. You don't add any water to the cooker itself. The cooker is basically just a holder for the pot and provides the heat. Any liquid goes into the pot with the rest of the goodies. The pot on many models is removable for serving and cleaning, while the base should be kept away from water (like any other electrical appliance).
If you need a manual for your cooker, you can try here for Rival brand models, here for Hamilton-Beach products, and here for West Bend. Chances are you'll find your model or one similar enough that it should clear up any questions.
Stoneware by it's nature isn't designed for use over an open flame, as the flame can cause concentrated "hot spots" which could damage (crack) the crockery insert.
I've used mine to reheat mac & cheese I've made using the crock pot, but then again, my Hamiliton Beach crock pot stated the insert was oven safe to 475 degrees.
As far as using in an oven, most crock pot inserts can withstand oven temperatures, but refer to the owner's manual and instructions that came with your particular appliance to see what they reccomend in that regard.