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The bimetallic sensor that shuts the gas off if the pilot light blows out is malfunctioning,you need to have it serviced.
There is a thin piece of metal that sends an electrical signal to the main burner valve when it heats up enough,if the flame is extinguished the gas shuts off so the room doesn't fill with gas and explode

Dean Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 09, 2019


Surprisingly, Amway is still in business. I am trying to post link but that feature on fixya seems broken. Look up amway fryer legs on search engine if this link doesn't work. I once got a set of beaters, for a vintage electric mixer, from a local second hand store so don't overlook that option. Be sure to check your wiring and insulation on this item to make sure it's electrically safe to use.

Electric Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019


Did you have a question about the knob?

Betty Crocker... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019


Does the label say you can?

The Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019


Did it not come with a user manual? Sugar goes in the top next to the juice chamber. There should be a flip up lid sort of like on a coffee maker. Btw, I found a user manual online in less than thirty seconds so if you find that you need one then it should be really easy to get. I wouldn't be surprised if there are dozens of videos that teach you how to pour sugar into this machine.

Salton Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 08, 2019


I know this thread is old but after much research and trying all the crazy theories on sanitizing the rice cooker I have solved the problem and it should work for you too. EVERY person I've shared this with has reported the same results, rice that keeps for up to a week, nice and hot in the rice cooker as it ALWAYS has, the way you remember when you were a kid.

The problem lies not with the cooker itself but in the water you're using. Yes as simple as that. Let me give you a brief overview. You probably don't know but the tap water you're using most likely is treated with a compound called chloramine. The problem is this compound is also subject to a biological process called nitrification which in turn leads to an accelerated biological process in your rice cooker. This is a very high level explanation and there is much more detailed scientific explanations of the process and issues that are exacerbated by the pipes in your house and at the plant. I will not cover all the technical aspects but if you're wondering why this didn't happen before it's mainly because water was treated with chlorine before, not chloramine.

The bottom line is this. Rinse and cook your rice using ONLY bottled spring water, check the label. If it indicates the bottled water you're using is from municipal sources, call the manufacturer to make sure there is no chloramine. If you do this you will be so relieved and happy, I'll be happy knowing I saved you the frustration and brought rice peace to your life.

Forget about all the special cleaning procedures or equipment testing, I too thought there was something wrong with my fuzzy logic cooker...NOT!!!
If you want more in depth information about chloriminated water you can join my Facebook page and read/discuss it: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chloramines-and-You/339649646128698

Zojirushi... | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


What is the make and model of your unit?
You can always slightly pre mix the bread before putting into the unit.

The Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


NLA MEANS THEY DON'T MAKE IT ANYMORE . BUY A NEW MACHINE

Sunbeam Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 06, 2019

Tip

Does laminate worktop stain?


It is very resistant to scratches, is heat resistant up to 180°C and does not stain easily. ... However, unlike wood which can be oiled to remove stains or glass which can polish out scratches, your laminate worktop will need to be replaced if you do manage to damage it.

on Nov 05, 2019 | Kitchen Appliances - Others


The egg whites will act as a leavening but fruitcake is known as a dense,rich,heavy cake and thin slices are the normal serving size.
It should be okay,good luck.

The Kitchen... | Answered on Nov 02, 2019


Google (sunbeam)(FPSBPP7310-000)(manual) without parens OR contact Sunbeam directly to request it.

Sunbeam Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 31, 2019


Call Sunbeam. Phone number in the manual. Not posting phone number here because so many spam messages here have bogus phone numbers that are fradulents.

Sunbeam Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 30, 2019


take off the round plastic cover off the timer.Its only stuck on. At 12 o clock you will see the speaker. Jam a wooden kebab stick in there and break off. Replace plastic cover and fixed

Euro-Pro F1066... | Answered on Oct 30, 2019


I realize this post is several years old, but I have prepared a .pdf of the manual for the Sunbeam Crocker-Cooker-Fryer, which you may download by clicking the following link:

https://mega.nz/#!lmwg1SrS!wSYTEV8EVN8t3H2PS2QgLcQFvoG2UEtS6tiBqmzuLdc

Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


Contact Nesco directly to request the manual.

Nesco Kitchen... | Answered on Oct 29, 2019

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