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I got this Durabrand slow cooker (MD-TC5002) for Christmas; I tried to use it but the cooker don't have power. I went to Wal-mart if they have the same model in stock to exchange it but unfortunately the store don't have it. I need a replacement or have it fixed. Thanks

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Slow cookers do not need water in the base unit to cook the food in the ceramic insert. The ceramic insert gets hot from the base and cooks the food. Here is a good guide to cooking with a slow cooker. enjoy

http://busycooks.about.com/library/print02/ncrockpot101.htm

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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Hi,
I have one of these and yes the instructions are rubbish!
I usually put mine on in the morning pre 9, to have it ready for around 6pm.
My advise is to brown any meat - just lightly to seal it, then add your onion/veg herbs e.t.c, add a small amount of water, say 30mls (if the recipe has no stock) then put your meat on top. Lid on, turn to low and leave.
Delicios meat that fall from the bone and the veg should be done too.

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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