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I've set to low cooker and is it supposed to steam out the sides? Sounds like it is bubbling also.

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SOURCE: slow cooker is lifting its lid during the cooking process

its normal try a towel or a tray

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SOURCE: I've lost the steam vent on bellini rice cooker

MISTRAL COLFAX, LLC Owner Address: 1000 Skokie Boulevard, Suite 410
Wilmette IL 60091 MISTRAL COLFAX, LLC Owner Address: 1000 Skokie Boulevard, Suite 410
Wilmette IL 60091 MISTRAL COLFAX, LLC Owner Address: 1000 Skokie Boulevard, Suite 410
Wilmette IL 60091 MISTRAL COLFAX, LLC Owner Address: 1000 Skokie Boulevard, Suite 410
Wilmette IL 60091 I haven't found a particular shop that carries replacement parts for your rice cooker however it is made or imported by

1000 Skokie Boulevard, Suite 410
Wilmette IL 60091

and sold at costco, home depot etc.

Depending on where you live I would try one of these things to find the part if you can't get a phone number for the above company:

1. If you lost any instruction book go to home depot or costcos or somewhere that sells them and see if a contact number isn't on the box or instructions

2. Look on ebay for a used one that does have the part


3. If you don't belong already sign up for freecycle for your city on and then post a request for the part. Freecycle is an email list where people post items they are getting rid of, often because a part is missing or it's not working but has usuable parts etc. and they are free.

4. Look for a local small appliance store in your area that may be able to cross reference and see if Bellini is a rebranding of another big company's rice cooker where you could maybe order a part from.

That's about all I can suggest.

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