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I put in 10 cups of rice and filled the water to the 10 cup line after the rice was put in. After it started cooking water started coming out of the steam vent and got all over the counter, i unplugged the machine and drained alot of the water out, then plugged it back in and it cooked for a minute and then it clicked on to "keep warm". The rice was a bit mushy, I know it should have been fluffier. What did I do wrong??

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Hi,
you miscalculated the water level for your rice!

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