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Hi,
There is a sensor that regulates how hot the cooker gets and shuts it down to the warm setting when it senses that the heat is too high...meaning that all the water has cooked off....my guess is that the sensor failed and as far as I know it is not replaceable.

Here is a tip that I wrote about rice cookers and the amount of rice and water needed...

How much Rice and Water go in the Cooker

http://www.fixya.com/support/r5396567-much_rice_water_go_in_cooker

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Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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I need the recipe for cooking rice in Crystalia Steamer/Rice Cooker


The general rule for cooking rice whether its in a rice cooker or a deep pan is to rinse the rice three times, put the same amount of water in the cooker (1 cup water to 1 cup rice). Turn on the cooker, let the rice cooker complete its cycle. Let the rice sit in the cooker for 10-15 minutes to steam. Serve.
You can vary the amount of water depending upon whether you want drier or moister rice. Enjoy.

May 30, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

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How to Steam Vegetables in your Rice Cooker


<p>One of the extra benefits of having a <b>Rice Cooker</b> is that you can also use it very effectively as a <b>steamer</b> for your vegetables. It is very simple to do and also works very well.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>To <b>use your rice cooker as a steamer</b> you will need to use the <b>steamer basket</b> that came with your rice cooker. That is what the metal thing with all the holes in it is for.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>First place couple of cups of water in the bottom of the cooker pan... yes you still need to place the pan in the cooker... do not place water in the cooker without the bottom pan in place! Then place that metal basket on the top of the bottom pan and place your veggies in there. They can be either frozen, fresh, or thawed, it does not matter, but may affect your cooking times.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Then comes the good part....you get to season your veggies with whatever it is that will make them taste even better! Salt, Pepper, and even a Teriyaki sauce will work well... but you can spice them up with minced onion, parsley, garlic powder or anything else you might think sounds good.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Then just place the lid on the top of the basket and turn the rice cooker on by pressing the cook or steam button. The cooker will heat up to produce steam. When the vegetables begin to soften, check them and turn off the cooker when they get to the softness that you desire. Do not over cook them as you will loose the flavor, and nutrients, that you are trying to preserve by using the steamer.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Once the veggies are done, some people enjoy melting butter, margarine, or other similar things on them to give them even more flavor.<br /> <p><br /> <br /> <p>Most of all enjoy those great veggies!!!<br />

on Jan 29, 2011 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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How much Rice and Water go in the Cooker


So you lost the instructions to your rice cooker and now you want to know how much rice and water you need in there…
He is what I have found out with using my cooker to prepare rice.

There is a cup that comes with your rice cooker that equals about 2/3 of a regular measuring cup...one of these or 2/3 cup for every cooked cup of rice that you want to end up with... Add as many 2/3 cup fulls of rice as the number of full cups or servings that you want to end up with. See my notes about washing the rice further down in this tip.

The water...


There are lines on most of the cookers with numbers that represent the number of cups you are cooking...fill with water to that line....
If you are not sure, just fill with water a bit over the top of the rice...the amount is not that critical as the cooker senses when the water is cooked off and then shuts down...so a bit more will only make the cooking time a bit longer... no biggee...


Also it is best to rinse your rice before you actually leave the water in the pot that you are going to cook with...


Remeber also, if you have a brown or wild rice setting that the cooking times are MUCH longer...like up to 90 minutes, so get it started in plenty of time or you will be eating rice for a snack before bed...


The best feature is that you just have to place the rice and water in the unit, press the button for the type of rice you are using and forget about it itll it goes through the cycle and shuts down, going into the hold warm mode....it is so easy!!


These things are really goof proof, and make great rice very easily...a little bit of experimentation and you will enjoy very much using your rice cooker.

on Jul 27, 2010 | Black & Decker RC400 7-Cup Rice Cooker

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I seem to have lost my manual. Can you tell the rice to water ratio. How much rice and how much water? I have been guessing and it just doesn't come out well. littlebus27@hotmail.com


Hi, you lost the instructions to your rice cooker and now you want to know how much rice and water you need in there? He is what I have found out with using my cooker to prepare rice.
There is a cup that comes with your rice cooker that equals about 2/3 of a regular measuring cup...one of these or 2/3 cup for every cooked cup of rice that you want to end up with... Add as many 2/3 cup fulls of rice as the number of full cups or servings that you want to end up with. See my notes about washing the rice further down in this tip.
The water...
There are lines on most of the cookers with numbers that represent the number of cups you are cooking...fill with water to that line.... If you are not sure, just fill with water a bit over the top of the rice...the amount is not that critical as the cooker senses when the water is cooked off and then shuts down...so a bit more will only make the cooking time a bit longer... no biggee...
Also it is best to rinse your rice before you actually leave the water in the pot that you are going to cook with...
Remeber also, if you have a brown or wild rice setting that the cooking times are MUCH longer...like up to 90 minutes, so get it started in plenty of time or you will be eating rice for a snack before bed...
The best feature is that you just have to place the rice and water in the unit, press the button for the type of rice you are using and forget about it itll it goes through the cycle and shuts down, going into the hold warm mode....it is so easy!!

These things are really goof proof, and make great rice very easily...a little bit of experimentation and you will enjoy very much using your rice cooker.

Mar 11, 2011 | Panasonic SR-106N 5-Cup Rice Cooker

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How long does it take the rice to cook? I have the gourmet rice cooker 6.


The method for cooking rice varies depending upon the type of rice. To get an idea of what to do, download the manuall at
http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/breville/rc19xl.html
The instructions for rice are very similar. Depending upon your taste, do some experimenting using the downloaded manual as a guide.
Good luck and enjoy the rice.

Nov 17, 2010 | Breville Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Can I buy only inner pot that Sanyo ECJ-D100S 10-cup rice cooker?


Hi,
Amazon offers pretty large number of inner pots. Go here Amazon com inner pot and pick of them (which one fits). feel free to ask sellers anything.
I hope this was helpful.
Enjoy

Nov 15, 2010 | Sanyo ECJ-D100S Micom 10-Cup Rice Cooker

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Toastmater rice cooker


Hi. Here is a link to a very good and trusted site where you can order a new tastemaster ten cup. enjoy. http://www.epinions.com/Rice_Cookers_and_Steamers--toastmaster

Nov 10, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Cooking PLAIN rice


Here is my recipe - enjoy and please rate my answer as a fixya!

Raw Rice - 2 Cups (400 gms.)

Water - 6 Cups.

(The ratio of rice to water is 1:3)

PROCEDURE

Step 1:First wash the rice in water thoroughly and drain the water.

Step 2:Take a vessel ,the capacity of which is double the quantity of raw rice that is to be taken.

Step 3:Now,add the washed rice into this vessel and pour 6 cups of water into it .

Step 4:Now, place this vessel containing rice with water in a pressure cooker and add the pressure weight on the cooker top.

Step 5:Heat the pressure cooker for 20 minutes only.

Rice has been cooked.

NOTE:
*After heating the cooker for 20 minutes,donot open the cooker immediately.Wait for 15 minutes and then open ,otherwise the cooker would burst open.

Feb 16, 2009 | Wolfgang Puck 5-Quart Electronic Pressure...

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I forgot how to use my Sunbeam 4713/5710 rice cooker


Not familiar with this particular model, but most rice cookers use basket for steaming vegies, not rice. Leave basket out and you should get cooked rice!!
Also:Put butter, oil, or margarine in with rice, or spray pan with PAM when dry and empty to avoid sticking problems. Enjoy!

Nov 21, 2008 | Sunbeam Kitchen Appliances - Others

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The Rice master RC12 issue 1/01 has lost the teflonfromthe bowl and I wonder where to get a new bowl.


you cant , no parts made for this cooker . try to not use this cooker anymore untill you get it replaced , the teflon is bad for your health if you eat it ....... enjoy your new cooker

Nov 05, 2008 | Breville RC16XL 6-Cup Rice Cooker

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