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Old 04-24-2014, 05:17 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Mad Cook View Post
It's a bit odd that she contradicted the instructions that came with the crock[pot.

I have two slow cookers - one is a Crockpot and the other a different make. Both have high and low settings but both settings on both slow cookers boil furiously. A while back someone on here said that the newer slow cookers cook on a higher temp than the original ones because of the danger of food poisoning due to the contents not getting hot enough which sounds like the crazy thinking of a manufacturer who's afraid of being sued!
MC, it's my guess that the customer service gal on the phone with her was frustrated.

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Old 04-24-2014, 10:02 PM   #12
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No she was not frustrated at all. She was very thoughtful and kind in every sense of the word.

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Old 04-25-2014, 07:46 AM   #13
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Mumu - I understand exactly what you are saying. My crockpot also heats to boiling on both high and low settings. Mine also has a "warming" that happens after the time setting I chose has been met. The warming setting stays on until I unplug or hit the off button. You would think that the low setting would be a cooler temp (<212), or I should say provide less heating capability, than "high". If that was the way your stove worked all you would need is an "ON" and "off" button. Obiviously we have settings from low to high.
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Old 04-25-2014, 09:59 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by mumu View Post
Could someone explain to me what this means .....they say the high and low settings stabilizes at the same temperature which is 212 degrees and both reach simmer point of 209 degrees. Can someone explain this more? I also was told the high and low are just how fast you cook your food. That I get but the above I don't.

You asked this same question here and at other sites in September ...

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Old 04-25-2014, 11:40 AM   #15
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As I said before there were some pranks pulled on me before ......as I have explained before. That is why it is posted at that other site. Again this was pranks. And when I posted here I never got a answer except what you posted about another site. So I asked again. If you don't mind could you or any one else who keeps bringing up other sites stop,this has been taken care of. thank you! Also the only reason I post here is to learn from you guys,and I do appr. All the help.

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