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Re: Rival RCS200 problem
Before cooking, rinse rice in warm water until water becomes clear. Then place
the rice in the inner pot with fresh water.
Take care to use proper water to rice ratios.
Use a 1:1 ratio of rice to water plus ½ cup of water for white rice and a 1:1
ratio plus ¾ cup of water for brown rice.
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The Manual for the Rival RCS200 Rice Cooker can be found here: http://www.rivalproducts.com/manuals/MANUALS/RCS200_43_68557881.PDF Make sure you are following the directions for the correct amount of water to rice. It could be that your unit is not switching from cooking to warming at completion of the cooking cycle. It should automaticaly turn to the Keep Warm Setting when it detects a temperature of 212 degrees F. The manual advises that there are no servicable parts. If this is a new appliance I would recommend returning it to the point of purchase. If this is not possible try contacting Rival Customer Service to see if they are willing to assist with replacement or repair: See here:
I have a sunbeam rice cooker working fine and all sunden there no power on the rice cooker. I have test the wall outlet power input which is working fine. I assume the fuse inside the rice cooker burn out the fuse. I could not located the fuse from the inside as opend up everything from the bottom panel rice cooker .Please email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is a blown thermal fuse. On 6-cup Rival it is across terminal where power comes into cooker. You can replace thermal fuse for less than a dollar in under an hour. Remove the bottom of the cooker. The thermal fuse is covered by a heat wrap sleeve across input terminal.
please follow these steps to fix it
1.check the power cord
2.check the power supply at the terminals of the cooker this can be done if you open the lower cover of the cooker.by using the multimeter or a testlamp.
3.by using the multimeter check the continuity of ON/OFF switch. by doing these tests you can find the fault and can rectify it.
here is the website for the manual for you to download and print. if you have any problems you can also just go to the rival website. in the search bar type in your model. a picture will show up click on that picture and then scroll on click down and under the pic it will say model, size, color. under color is the manual. click on that as well. it will pull up in adobe reader.