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On the dial there is off, low, high and auto. What does the auto do? If I select auto is there a timer on it that shuts the pot down after a time? Is fo what is the time.


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I'd use "auto", if the pot is not going to be monitored.

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It looks rather like my slow cooker which has a 3 position switch with LOW, HIGH and AUTO.
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Hi. I'm a Ronson Service Centre in Australia.

I grabbled this blurb from a Ronson Slow Cooker Manual.

On Setting 1 (Low) the Slow Cooker can operate all day and night if required.
When set to 2 (High) it is very much like a covered pot on the stove. Foods will cook in ½ the time required for 1 (Low)
When set to Auto, the Slow Cooker will cook on 2 until the food reaches a pre-set temperature, then switches to 1 and maintains a constant slow cooking temperature.
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The auto setting cooks on high for the first hour, then adjusts the setting to low for the remaining cooking time.
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Auto/shift button on a crock pot.


it does just what it says . its a great feature . in auto shift mode the pot will be on high untill it reaches full boil or a pre set time has gone by .... most people start there crock pots on high and turn them to low when it gets cooking .....this does it for you ... happy crock poting ...Please if this answer helped , please rate this 3 or 4 stars . and keep me in the paid answer department . A 1 or 2 may knock me down into the unpaid ranks. Thanks Cactus Bob .

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MANUAL


Auto Shift allows the slow cooker to heat up to high and then internally shift down to low

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The auto button is ususally it startts off on high setting to warm up the crock and when it reaches a pre set temperature it will shift to med or low which ever is the next lower setting it will continue cooking at this setting unless you change it

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