Introduction

This device's power cord may break, so being able to easily replace it is important. This guide will teach you how to replace the rice cooker's power cord.

Image 1/1: Be sure device is not plugged in before beginning replacement of power cord.
  • Lift the lid and bowl from the top of the device.

  • Be sure device is not plugged in before beginning replacement of power cord.

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  • Turn device upside-down so that the three legs point upwards.

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  • Remove the one 7mm Phillips Head #3 spanner screw from the side of the brass panel.

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  • Lift the brass plate from the device and set it aside.

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  • Remove the 7mm Phillips #3 brass screw that connects the white power cord wire and blue wire closest to the power cord.

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  • Remove the 10mm Phillips #3 brass screw above the heating element that connects the white power cord wire and the maroon wire.

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  • Using your hands, from the inside of the device, push the black plastic wire holder to release cords.

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  • Pull the power cord through the hole, isolating the power cord from the device.

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Image 1/1: To ensure the power cord is compatible with the device, make sure that the replacement cord you are using has a proper insulating coating and uses a NEMA 1 plug. NEMA 1 plugs are the common type of plug that have two parallel "|" shaped metal beams.
  • Thread the new power cord wires into the hole.

  • To ensure the power cord is compatible with the device, make sure that the replacement cord you are using has a proper insulating coating and uses a NEMA 1 plug. NEMA 1 plugs are the common type of plug that have two parallel "|" shaped metal beams.

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Conclusion

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

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