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Temperature This is my second slow cooker as I wanted another one for the cottage. I had to change it twice at the store as it does not heat enough. After 8 hours, vegetables are still crunchy. Guess what ? my third one has the same problem. The store refuses to give me my money back. Any suggestion ? (beside buying a Rival ?) Thanks !

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Re: Temperature

Check the current into your could be getting low voltage inside.if the voltage is good change the model you are buying.good luck.

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