How to Operate a Slow Cooker
Operating the KitchenAid Slow Cooker
- Once the Slow Cooker has been plugged in, pressing the “POWER” button will illuminate both the LED display for the timer and the “Power” indicator.
- The timer allows you to program a specific cooking time up to 24 hours. By pressing “+” (as shown in the above image), the time will increase by 30 minutes. By pressing “-” the time will decrease by 30 minutes. The time set will be displayed and counted down to zero.
- When the “Keep Warm” mode is selected, the timer will display “On.”
NOTE: Do not attempt to cook in the “Keep Warm” mode. It is intended only for keeping food at a safe temperature after it has finished cooking.
- Temperature control featuring three heat levels (Low, Medium, and High) for perfect results, as shown in the above image.
NOTE: “On” will be displayed when the temperature is selected without entering a cook time on the timer. The Slow Cooker will operate for up to 24 hours, if uninterrupted, and then automatically shut off.
- Plugin Slow Cooker (ensure the ceramic pot is in the Slow Cooker base).
- Press the “POWER” button.
- Select Temperature.
- If programming is desired, use the “+ or -” buttons select desired cooking time (using the timer is optional and not required for Slow Cooker operation).
- Make sure lid is on the ceramic pot.
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