Question about Sanyo Kitchen Appliances - Others
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You can contact a small appliance parts shop found in the yellow pages or on the Internet. Sending it back to Sanyo will cost you overall more than purchasing a new rice cooker. When contacting the small appliance repair center - ask them first roughly how much it may cost and if there is a charge just for looking at it before they fix it.
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