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If you have been washing or scratching the inner pot with something sharp or harsh like a metal spoon or hard sponge it could cause that and even electric shocks. try changing the pot
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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Here is a tip that will help you figure out about using a rice cooker...
How much Rice and Water go in the Cooker
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When in the AUTO setting, the slow cooker will begin cooking on HIGH and then will shift to LOW after approximately 2 hours of cooking time. AUTO setting does not turn off the unit. Other favorite recipes may be adapted to the slow cooker. All times listed in the following chart are approximate and should serve only as cooking guidelines.
Regular Cooking Slow Cooker Cooking Times
1 (Low) 2 (High) AUTO
30 minutes 6-8 hrs. 3-4 hrs. 5-7 hrs.
35-60 minutes 8-10 hrs. 5-6 hrs. 6-8 hrs.
1-3 hours 10-12 hrs. 7-8 hrs. 8-10 hrs.
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