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How do I stop rice water from boiling out of the closed rice cooker. it is very starchy.

I have thoroughly washed the rice to avoid starch & cleaned the cooker always. I do not have a manual. All writing on the machine except "Sharp" is Asian.

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Check the voltage of the cooker is not being exceeded. .

Posted on Nov 25, 2014

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    Henry OTani Nov 26, 2014

    Japan apparently has 100 Volt domestic supplies whereas the USA is120 Volts. If its.

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    Henry OTani Nov 26, 2014

    Japan apparently has 100 Volt domestic supplies whereas the USA is120 Volts. If its supposed to be 600 Watts then connecting a Japanese rice cooker to 120 Volt will make it run at 900 Watts which I imagine could make it a bit more 'vigorous' than normal. South Korea, China and Europe are in the 220 - 230 range... Japan must have the lowest domestic voltage anywhere in the world... but it is very safe and does make the calculations easy I suppose . :)

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    Henry OTani Nov 26, 2014

    There may be Arabic Numerals buried in with the Asian Script written on the service label. 50 or 60 Hertz (Hz). The Wattage (typically 600W) The Voltage (120V) ... ~ denote Alternating Current (AC) ...

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For Queenmom and anyone else looking for the manual for a Black and Decker Flavor Scenter Handy Steamer Users Manual, I just stumbled across one. Here's the link:

http://useandcaremanuals.com/pdf/HS90038.pdf


I hope that helps.

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The solution is that I will find a thai friend that will translate the manual for me....and not ask money for a service that should be delivered with the cooker!!!!!!!!

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Wash rice to get rid of excess starch and put in pan. Then add the same amount of water as rice (2 cups water to 2 cups rice etc.) then shut lid and switch on and leave it.
Once it has switched off do not open the lid for a further 20 minutes (the machine will keep the rice warm do not worry) Stir rice and serve. Most rice cookers will keep the rice warm for a couple of hours.

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THIS is a generic manual and can be a guide for most cookers/steamers.

The rice and water go into the Inner Pot, Not the steamer basket.
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    • Before cooking, rinse rice in warm water until water becomes clear. Then place the rice in the inner pot with fresh water.
    • Take care to use proper water to rice ratios.
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    • Wipe the heating base with a damp cloth.
    • All other items can be washed with soap and hot water.
    • NEVER use an abrasive cleaner or steel wool.
    • Note: This unit SHOULD NOT be put in the dishwasher,
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