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If your cooker is new to you and you're seeking some guidance, let us help you unpack it.

slow cooker

The anatomy of your slow cooker explained:

  • Outer Pot - Holds the controls and the heating element inside
  • Control Panel - Basic high and low heat settings, more advanced models may include warming and timer functions
  • Inner Pot - Basic models contain a ceramic insert, while more advanced models may include a stove-proof aluminum insert
  • Lid - Simple glass or aluminum lid 
multi-cooker

The anatomy of your multi-cooker explained:

  • Outer Pot - Holds all the controls and the heating element
  • Control Panel - What drives the ship, with programmable and manual functions
  • Inner Stainless Steel Pot - What your food cooks in
  • Condensation Collector - Collects escaped steam
  • Lid - Arrows line up to make closing easy
  • Handle - Twist and lift to seal and unseal the lid
  • Float Valve - Stays down when no pressure, pops up when at full pressure
  • Pressure Release Valve - Venting option for steam release after cooking and sealing option for anytime you use the pressure cook function
  • Silicone Ring - Seals the pot, and should be removed for cleaning and fitted back into the rim

 Started cooking and something is not quite right? Multi-Cooker Troubleshooting

FREE shipping over $20! FREE shipping over $20!
Home / Get to Know Your Cooker

If your cooker is new to you and you're seeking some guidance, let us help you unpack it.

slow cooker

The anatomy of your slow cooker explained:

  • Outer Pot - Holds the controls and the heating element inside
  • Control Panel - Basic high and low heat settings, more advanced models may include warming and timer functions
  • Inner Pot - Basic models contain a ceramic insert, while more advanced models may include a stove-proof aluminum insert
  • Lid - Simple glass or aluminum lid 
multi-cooker

The anatomy of your multi-cooker explained:

  • Outer Pot - Holds all the controls and the heating element
  • Control Panel - What drives the ship, with programmable and manual functions
  • Inner Stainless Steel Pot - What your food cooks in
  • Condensation Collector - Collects escaped steam
  • Lid - Arrows line up to make closing easy
  • Handle - Twist and lift to seal and unseal the lid
  • Float Valve - Stays down when no pressure, pops up when at full pressure
  • Pressure Release Valve - Venting option for steam release after cooking and sealing option for anytime you use the pressure cook function
  • Silicone Ring - Seals the pot, and should be removed for cleaning and fitted back into the rim

 Started cooking and something is not quite right? Multi-Cooker Troubleshooting