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Rice cooker I brought the cooker 2 months ago and in the morning i see no light in the cooker... and looks like it is not working at all... this is my second cooker in past 8 months.. please help...in case i have warrantly where can i get it repaired

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First you have to make sure that the power outlet is working fine using a Multi Tester. Next is disconnect the Power Plug from the Rice Cooker and test continuity within the cord.  make sure those two are both working good.  next step is to open the Rice Cooker Bottom.  Again using a multi tester, Test the continuity of the Thermostat, make sure multi tester setting is on the ohm setting. reading should be zero, if reading is higher than 200 ohms, the thermostat is defective.  Which is the reason why your cooker is not turning on is due to an open in the circuitry.  Check warranty with the store you purchased it from or the manufacturer of the rice cooker.

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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I have a Black & Decker rice cooker which shows no light in it when connected to the power outlet. The power plug from the rice cooker is attched to the cooker, so cannot be disconnected. Please advise me on this problem. Thankyou.

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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