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How do you put rubber feet back in to bottom of crock pot? Pound , twist?


I had the same problem, but just found a way to put them back in :
You will need a very small (less than 2mm wide) jewelry-type screwdriver.
Take the bowl out and put the crockpot upside down on a table,
Push the rubber foot back into the base, holding down with your thumb. Then push down on the recessed area of the foot with the screwdriver to get the bottom half of the foot into the base. This will insert one side of the foot. Then push the other side of the foot in, using the same method. During all this, you will apply some pressure with your thumb from the top, but most of the push will be applied with the screwdriver.
This was quick.
I had tried a few other ways, with no success (twist, pound, dip the foot in boiling water to soften it...).

Jun 11, 2013 | Crock Pots & Slow Cookers

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Crockpot digital display


I think that you might have ruden it by being in water, Try a blow dryer to help dry it out, other than that you might need a new one.

Dec 29, 2012 | Crock Pots & Slow Cookers

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My crockpot burns food, even food that is still frozen when put in the crockpot. I made a pot roast in my crockpot and it was frozen in the beginning. I added two cups of frozen broth and set the...


Your crockpot heat unit is overheating. Return it to the store you purchased it at or contact the manufacturer. My Rival did that and I contacted the company and they sent me a new one.

Sep 29, 2010 | Rival 38501 Smart Pot 5-Quart

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How many pounds of sloppy joes can I fit in my five quart crock pot?


Well, that all depends on how dense a sloppy joe mixture you make. If you add pounds and pounds of ground beef to the mix and just the sloppy joe sauce, then it would be many pounds.

But as for a good rule of thumb, "A pints a pound the world around" In other words, if you're making sloppy joes from the pre-mixed cans, just weigh one 16 oz (1 pint) can and that's 1/2 quart.

If you're making it yourself, we're back to the whole density of your chosen ingredents.

However, I've done a little research for you and based on the density of cooked beef and converting the weight of that cooked beef into the 5 quart volume of your crockpot, I've come up with the following info for you.

Cooked Beef has a density 129.52 Ounces per Gallon (a technical measurement)

So based on that data (not including your sloppy joe seasoning/sauce and other add-ins), you should get approximately 10.12 Pounds of Sloppy Joe Mixture to fit into your 5 Quart Crockpot.

I would guess that the amount would be just slightly less, since you might want a little room for putting on the lid, etc., but you should get around 10 Pounds to fit easily in your 5 quart crockpot.

I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

Nov 19, 2009 | Rival 38501 Smart Pot 5-Quart

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I have a Rival smart pot given to me no instructions do i need to put water in the base part and then the ceramic and how much water do i need?


You do not put water in the base. Just put your ingredients in the crock part and whatever liquid the receipe calls for. you can probably find the instruction manual on crockpot.com or call and ask them to send one.

Nov 15, 2009 | Rival 38601 Smart Pot 6-Quart

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Never used a crockpot


No do not put water under the removable bowl. Do you have the manual for it. If not get me the make and model # and I will try to get you the manual

Apr 06, 2009 | Rival Crock Pots & Slow Cookers

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Base gets hot


Yes, it is normal. Especially on "high". My crockpot heats my kitchen when in use.

Ray

Nov 28, 2008 | Rival SCVE500 Slow Cooker

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