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I want to buy a SA 110 15 Am Timer and need to know how it works with a slow cooker - can you set a start time and a stop time?

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  • Bernie Bruns Dec 12, 2009

    I assume you plug in the timer - then plug in the cooker to the timer - yes turn on the cooker - set start and stop time . How long is connecting cable for time? Is the plug in for cooker only a 2 prong?
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    Bernie Bruns

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Yes the pin switches are gapped at 15 minutes so each one you depress will turn on the unit plugged into it. When it reaches a non depressed pin the power is turned off. so you can set it to come on ,,say 0900 by depressing the pin at the 0900 position then depress all the pins to the turn off time say 1400 ( so the last depressed pin is 1345) and then it will turn off at precisely 1400.
There are risks with mechanical switches where cooking is concerned, because they are clockwork they can fail to turn off and you risk fire.

There are digital ones that monitor power failures and are somewhat safer. My experience with slow cookers is that they have a built in timer with a delay that can be set ( Sunbeam Brand)

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Yes - just be sure the slow cooker is turned on ;)

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