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Bush cooker AE66DCA is set to automatic oven how do I turn it off

Cooker has accidentally been set to automatic and I don't know how to get it baack to manual operation

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SOURCE: operating instructions for prestige automatic pressure cooker

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1. Turn off and unplug the slow cooker first.
2. Plug it in, but (yes, I know this sounds crazy) DO NOT turn it on.
3. Set your cook time and it will automatically set the temperature based on the cook time.

he The magic number is 7. Anything set for less than 7 hours will be cooked on high. Selecting a time more than 7 hours will result in cooking on low. Once the cook time has expired the cooker will automatically switch itself to warm until you turn it off. Follow these steps and you should be able to enjoy your cooker again! I don't know who was in charge of this type of setup for programming but they should be demoted at least - no wonder there are so many questions online about this one. Sure hope this helps you!
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