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No, after you set the temperature (high or low) you enter the amount of time you want it to cook, between 30 minutes and 20 hrs, after which time it will automatically go to "warm" temp. But you cannot set it to start later in the day than when you first turn it on.
By dar on December 4, 2013
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A smaller chicken yes! Not a turkey though.
By Keyonna Black on October 24, 2013
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It does not. There is a rubber seal around the edge of the lid. Hope this helps!
By J. Walter on October 13, 2013
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The manual reads: "If there is a power outage, the display and lights blink when the power is restored. All slow cooker settings have been cleared and must be reset......"
By Tina on February 15, 2013
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Amazon won't allow me to post an external address site URL here. However, if you go to crock-pot dot com and click Parts and Support at the top, enter the model number SCCPVL610-S, I found the lid for $12. You can buy the stoneware for $15. However, I tried the 'Add to Cart' link, but couldn't find the cart or a way… see more Amazon won't allow me to post an external address site URL here. However, if you go to crock-pot dot com and click Parts and Support at the top, enter the model number SCCPVL610-S, I found the lid for $12. You can buy the stoneware for $15. However, I tried the 'Add to Cart' link, but couldn't find the cart or a way to 'proceed to checkout'. So, I clicked on 'CONTACT FORM' button just to the right of those cart links. Lo and behold, in the upper right-hand corner was the 'My Cart' link. Looks like their website could use a little bit of work! ;-} Bottom line: lid plus shipping and tax was about $22 to my city. see less
By Dougbert on March 3, 2013
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Even on high, it warms up slowly and evenly, in a good way of course. When we make chicken or a roast, we usually put it on high for six to eight hours and it automatically switches over to warm so when dinner time arrives, the meat falls apart and the vegetables are soft, but not mushy.
By Alisha C on May 22, 2014
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its ceramic...
By DAIDREA D. LYONS on February 5, 2015
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The tag on the bottom of the unit says Made in Mexico.
By Phil Rosenbach on June 13, 2014
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Nope. But that would be amazing.
By Lauren K. Goetzinger on December 11, 2013