Question about CorningWare SC60 Slow Cooker
Sounds like internal thermal fuse could have gone / or element....If you still have receipt take it back..Cheers
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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All West Bend slow cooker models eventually simmer at the boiling point, or 212 degrees. The setting simply determines how quickly the cooker will reach that temperature.
300 watt is not a huge consumption of electricity, depending of course on, how often, how long and how high temperature.
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