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Induction-compatible cookware contains contains iron or has a layer with magnetic properties. Cast iron, enamel cast iron and most types of stainless steel cookware are all induction compatible (But not all types; for instance, All-Clad's MC2 line, which is made of aluminum and stainless steel, is not induction compatible)
You're probably using too much water. Rice cooks primarily while sitting in hot water, not while its boiling. That's why the cooker switches to Keep Warm so quickly. The correct way to cook rice is to pre-soak the rice for about 30 minutes, drain to get rid of the excess starch, combine the rice and cold water and bring the water to a boil and turn off the heat and let it stand for 15-30 minutes. That's why*- rice cookers take 45 minutes or more.
check replace the micro switch of your rice cooker it is the switch that is connected to the cook and warm button....check for the heating ellement it is the coil that heats to do this open the bottom cover of your rice cooker you can see a round shape fillament examin whether this fillament is not brocken and is connected to the power source