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HOW TO USE AUTO SETTING - West Bend 84384 Slow Cooker

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It looks rather like my slow cooker which has a 3 position switch with LOW, HIGH and AUTO.
AUTO uses a thermostat control to prevent the contents from boiling. Useful if being left unwatched. HIGH setting can cause burning if contents not stirred, and LOW setting is only of use to keep things warm. Hope that helped.

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Could it put just say my meat for stew in at auto and go out to work

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