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DO YOU PUT WATER IN THE MAIN COOKER BODY BEFORE PUTTING THE ALUMINIUM BOWL WITH RICE AND WATER INTO.I HAVE SR-928 PANASONIC ELECTRIC RICE COOKER.

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I do not think you would add water to the cooker. You simply add water and rice to the bowl.
Mine works great. I put 2 cups water and 1 cup rice.I add a tad of salt and olive oil. I cover the lid. set that into the cookerI press the lever. When the rice is done the lever pops up like a toaster. Note. Unplug the cooker when rice is done. that is how mine works. I would be willing to bet it is how yours works too.

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