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I don't know what the temperature settings mean . There is a I then a II then a picture of a crockpot with what I think is supposed to be steam coming off the lid? I am assuming I = low......but the book says only that there is a low, high and keep warm....................so is the crock pot picture the warm setting or the high setting?

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I is low II is high pic is keep warm

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