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Can you set it to hold a 115 degree temp?

asked on May 6, 2013

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The cooker has three temperature settings: HIGH, LOW and WARM. It is not specified in the manual what these settings represent in terms of temperature. In addition, the cooker has a probe that you can stick in the food and the cooker can be programmed to switch from HIGH or LOW to WARM when the set temperature is rea… see more The cooker has three temperature settings: HIGH, LOW and WARM. It is not specified in the manual what these settings represent in terms of temperature. In addition, the cooker has a probe that you can stick in the food and the cooker can be programmed to switch from HIGH or LOW to WARM when the set temperature is reached. This therefore does not work as a thermostat, but simply as a switch when a certain temperature is reached. The short answer to the question is therefore - I believe - no, you cannot set it to hold a 115 degree temperature. see less The cooker has three temperature settings: HIGH, LOW and WARM. It is not specified in the manual what these settings represent in terms of temperature. In addition, the cooker has a probe that you can stick in the food and the cooker can be programmed to switch from HIGH or LOW to WARM when the set temperature is reached. This therefore does not work as a thermostat, but simply as a switch when a certain temperature is reached. The short answer to the question is therefore - I believe - no, you cannot set it to hold a 115 degree temperature.
Robert van der Laan answered on May 6, 2013
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Yes, it can hold at 115 degrees temp, but you will need to use it on "probe" mode: the stick looking thing popping out of the cover. I tired that once with Chicken, but I over cooked it. I'm just feeding myself and it seems 6 qt is way too big for me. The probe only went in the chicken a half way, so I think that might… see more Yes, it can hold at 115 degrees temp, but you will need to use it on "probe" mode: the stick looking thing popping out of the cover. I tired that once with Chicken, but I over cooked it. I'm just feeding myself and it seems 6 qt is way too big for me. The probe only went in the chicken a half way, so I think that might of had something to do with it.
I'm still very happy with it, but then again, this is my first slow cooker, so I don't have much experience. with others. see less
Yes, it can hold at 115 degrees temp, but you will need to use it on "probe" mode: the stick looking thing popping out of the cover. I tired that once with Chicken, but I over cooked it. I'm just feeding myself and it seems 6 qt is way too big for me. The probe only went in the chicken a half way, so I think that might of had something to do with it.
I'm still very happy with it, but then again, this is my first slow cooker, so I don't have much experience. with others.

Solitude answered on May 7, 2013
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