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I need a rc400 cup

I have the RC400 and need a measure cup where can I get one the one that came with the cooker was not in the box and the store said they were not carrying this model anymore

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Most rice measures are the same. You might be able to find one at an Asian market.
My rice measure (and I think most) is 6 ounces = 3/4 of a standard cup.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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hope you have figured out the ratios but in case you haven't--here are the ratios. The white rice is measured by 3/4 cups. I put three 3/4 cups of white rice in the cooker then add water to the number 3 line--this works great. I had misplaced the rice cooker measuring cup for about a year but found it this morning and sure enough it is the same as 3/4 cup. good luck

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Sorry this took so long. I had the same problem, but found that the white rice is measured by 3/4 cups then fill water to the corresponding line in cooker. I use three 3/4 cups of white rice and then fill cooker to the number 3 line. The rice must be in the cooker when the water is added. Good luck.

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