Question about Tiger JAZ-A18U 10-Cup Rice Cooker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well your rice cooker needs to be replaced.. if you still want to use it, then have it fixed by a technician coz it needs electrical expertise to handle the wirings inside it..
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
No. This can cause a fire. Place the cooker in the freezer to freeze the rice in the bottom. The frozen rice will expand and it will be easier to clean up and breakoff the old rice. Once clean you can cook more rice.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
This one has several options to cook different types of rice, white rice, brown rice, sweet rice.... Press the menu to see the correct setting you need for what type of rice you are cooking before pressing the cook button.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
SOURCE: tiger rice cooker
There is a sensor that regulates how hot the cooker gets and shuts it down to the warm setting when it senses that the heat is too high...meaning that all the water has cooked off....my guess is that the sensor failed and as far as I know it is not replaceable.
Here is a tip that I wrote about rice cookers and the amount of rice and water needed...
How much Rice and Water go in the Cooker
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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