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I purchased a new electric pressure cooker. Took tub out to
I purchased a new electric pressure cooker. Took tub out to wash and forgot to put it back into the appliance. Poured barbeque sauce into the base before I realized my mistake.Turned it upside down to drain. Took damp paper towels and wipe as far under the raised plate to get as much out of the heating element as I could. Let it air and dry out for days.Have I completely ruined the appliance? I'm afraid to plug it in to test for fear of a fire.Please advise. Thank you
I have a Wolfgang Puck BESC0006 slow cooker. It does not heat
I have a Wolfgang Puck BESC0006 slow cooker. It does not heat at all but the controls still light up and operate. I suspect it's a thermostat issue, but I don't see one unless its the center plug that moves up and down. Do you have a solution for this?
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just turned my rangemaster oven on, its gas double oven with
just turned my rangemaster (110) range oven on, its gas double oven with hob above. noticed that its cooking at gas mark 9 full pelt even when turned on gas mark 1, it just stays on high no matter how low i turn it, only when i reduce to 's' does it drop down to 's'. tried the second oven and that is doing the same as well, but it wont even go to 's', its full flame or off?
I have an old Hamilton Beach slow-cooker. Model: 417185-370
I have an old Hamilton Beach slow-cooker. Model: 417185-370 watts. Can I use this unit as a warmer? That is, can I turn it on with no liquid in it at all. I want to warm KFC chicken that was cooked and bought somewhere else. If I turn it on the low setting and put chicken in it, warm it up, take that chicken out to serve, and put more chicken in to warm. I am afraid of burning it up or ruining it if it is left on low setting for 4 or 5 hours with no liquid in it. Would it be OK?
Rival Crock-pot/Corning Ware--model 3753.140.190;View more appliance questions
I need to replace my Rival Crock-pot/Corning Ware--model 3753.140.190; the CorningWare insert can be used on stovetop for browning/braising then transferred to the slow cooker for additional cooking. Is this style (or something similar) still available, and, if so, where can buy/find it? The multi-purpose insert is a great asset. I look forward to a positive response. Irene Husson