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Well if your o.k with soldering...or know a handyman...it more than likely IS repairable. The manufacture puts in a thermal fuse that blows when the temparature gets to high. Radi0 shack stocks them...and might know of a local person to test / fix it. http://www.google.com/products?rls=HPIB,HPIB:2010-05,HPIB:en&q=thermal+fuse&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wf Here is what it looks like. AND you need to get the RIGHT tempature rated replacement. Hopefully a 10-20 dollar fix will save you 50-120 for a new one. Maybe you will get lucky and the fuse clips in like a vehicle fuse. http://www.radioshack.com/search/index.jsp?kwCatId=&kw=thermal%20fuse&origkw=thermal%20fuse&sr=1 Good luck Richard
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When in the AUTO setting, the slow cooker will begin cooking on HIGH and then will shift to LOW after approximately 2 hours of cooking time. AUTO setting does not turn off the unit. Other favorite recipes may be adapted to the slow cooker. All times listed in the following chart are approximate and should serve only as cooking guidelines.
Regular Cooking Slow Cooker Cooking Times
1 (Low) 2 (High) AUTO
30 minutes 6-8 hrs. 3-4 hrs. 5-7 hrs.
35-60 minutes 8-10 hrs. 5-6 hrs. 6-8 hrs.
1-3 hours 10-12 hrs. 7-8 hrs. 8-10 hrs.
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