Question about Tiger JNP-1803 10-Cup Rice Cooker
Most of the time small appliances have fusible thermistors in them. If you feel comfortable taking the unit apart. Make sure the power is off. there should be a fuse link in line with the power cord probably covered with insulation. If you have a ohm meter then check to see if this is open.These are fairly inexpensive most are silver in color and one end is pointed shape.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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