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I'd try ebay, possibly store that carries brand. Or search on line for replacement pans your brand. Or take your pan to
rice cooker dealer you may find a new one with same size pan, thus a source from that other mfg. If your brand has customer service they may be able to provide a replacement.
I do not have the wiring diagram but... the 2 wires that go to the top of the unit fray and break at the lid hinge point and cause this problem quite often. The 2 wires in the hinge area are for the upper temp sensor. (The floating plate in the top of the lid) If you fix the wires in the hinge area most of the time the come back to life unless the heating element has failed. The heating element will read about 180 Ohms resistance if it is good. The resistance changes a bit as the unit ages.
Try fixing the wires in the hinge then testing the cook button. I usually have extend the wires in the hinge and do a double splice for the NEW wire strip on each wire with heat shrink tubing over the repair.
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