Remove the lid, steamer pot, and tray from the base unit.
  • Remove the lid, steamer pot, and tray from the base unit.

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Flip the base unit over.
  • Flip the base unit over.

    • Remember to unplug your rice cooker before proceeding with teardown.

  • Remove the two Phillips screws.

    • Set aside all screws, keeping them in order by steps to help reconstruction.

  • Remove the bottom cover.

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  • Remove the three Phillips screws

  • Remove the fuse from the unit.

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  • Flip the unit over.

  • Remove the two Phillips screws.

  • Flip the unit back over.

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  • Remove the single Phillips Screw.

  • Bend the tabs inward with needle nose pliers to mirror the shape of the hole below it.

    • Be careful not to bend these tabs too much or too far, for they break off easily if bent back and forth too many times.

  • Lift the lever out of the tab.

  • Carefully pull the front panel and lever out the front of the base.

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  • Remove the Phillips screw.

  • Carefully remove the circuit board from the front panel.

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  • Remove the nut using an adjustable wrench.

    • Remove the power connector extender.

  • Remove the three Phillips Screws.

    • This screw is slightly longer than the other two.

    • The heating coil will fall out after the removal of the last screw. Holding the coil while unscrewing the last screw is suggested to prevent damage to the coil.

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  • Bend the three tabs flat.

  • Remove the thermomagnet assembly from the heating coil.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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