Question about Tiger JNP-1000 5.5-Cup Rice Cooker

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Rice cooker goes to "keep warm" mode before rice is cooked

It used to stay in "rice cooking" mode for about 15 mins before it detects rice is cooked and automatically clicks over to "keep warm" mode. Now it stays in "rice cooking" mode for a minute or so before clicking over to "keep warm" mode; the rice stays sitting in water completely uncooked.


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  • koo_t Jan 18, 2009

    Ok, sigh, but thank you !

  • Fortunato Apo
    Fortunato Apo Nov 30, 2012

    Hi, the heating element may be defective and needs replacement. a defective heating element, especially a warped element won't "cook" when set.

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He's right, its a bad thermostat, but if you call tiger customer service they will fix it for less than what a new one costs

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Bad thermostat . there are no parts made for this model . sorry

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