Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
The problem fixed itself. I suppose it is possible that someone (not me!) dialed in a very long program such as sensor cooking which continued until the last bit of water had evaporated and the sensor detected that its work was done. That still doesn't explain how come one can't abort a process from running but I guess I can live with that until the next inexplicable problem arises. In the meantime, I can use my machine as is so don't require any assistance but thanks for offering.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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