Question about Rival RC61 6-Cup Rice Cooker
My Rice cooker RIVAL 6 cup Rice cooker stopped working.
Sounds like the Thermal Fuse inside is blown unscrew the 2 screws on bottom of the cooker you should see a small 2.5 inch insulation wrapped wire leaving a ceramic mounting block to one of the element poles. Now you take off the nut and unscrew it from the pole. Cut off the insulation and underneath will be a Thermal Fuse. If you have a Ohm Meter or a continuity tester attach each lead to either side and it probably will test negative. Part # is written on the Thermal Fuse. Probably a
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Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Get a new thermal fuse here ( 98c for quantity one. )
Specify USPS First Class Mail for
shipping. It'll cost about $2.60 for shipping. (thx to PlainBill)
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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