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    Please note: Rival recall on some models of crockpots.

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    Julesong
    Sun Jan 23, 2005 5:35 pm
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    SAFETY RECALL
    RivalŪ Slow Cooker

    Models:
    3040
    3735
    5025
    5070
    5445

    Manufactured between January 1999 and May 2002.

    If you purchased one of these RivalŪ Slow Cookers, stop using it immediately.

    Rival will replace the slow cooker base only of your model. Click here for more information.
    NoraMarie
    Mon Jan 24, 2005 12:53 pm
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    Thanks for posting. I just checked ours and the #5445.I better call my son because I had bought him one too.
    NoraMarie
    Mon Jan 24, 2005 12:59 pm
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    Just checked on the net and I guess they also go by the number on the plug.They said ours was O.K.
    AlabamaGirl71
    Fri Jan 28, 2005 7:46 am
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    I have the model number 3735, but there is no number stamped on the power plug. I guess that means it's OK?
    (I received it as a gift from my grandmother sometime in late 2000)
    Julesong
    Sat Jan 29, 2005 5:13 pm
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    AlabamaGirl71 wrote:
    I have the model number 3735, but there is no number stamped on the power plug. I guess that means it's OK?
    (I received it as a gift from my grandmother sometime in late 2000)


    I'd give them a call, if I were you.
    ~Nimz~
    Sun Jan 30, 2005 2:27 pm
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    I just purchased a brand new Rival and it burns everything I put in it. I have it on warm right now and it is cooking it like it was on high. I'm taking it back tomorrow, if they will take it back.
    newbiecook
    Mon Jan 31, 2005 2:22 pm
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    Hi - tried to post a reply earlier - but must have done something wrong as it hasn't showed up yet! Anyhow - by any chance was your crock pot a Rival SmartPot#38601 W? My husband just bought me this one and it seems to want to burn things - ex. my spaghetti sauce! The temp was on low - yet it still scorced it and the whole bottom was burnt to the pot. Anyone else have this problem?
    debwar
    Tue Feb 01, 2005 8:41 pm
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    I purchased a new Rival a few months ago. I don't even bother using it any more, wants to burn everything I put in it. Now my twelve year old Rival cooks just fine. I still need a second large crockpot, any suggestions besides Rival?
    chef 138622
    Wed Feb 02, 2005 12:39 am
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    debwar wrote:
    I purchased a new Rival a few months ago. I don't even bother using it any more, wants to burn everything I put in it. Now my twelve year old Rival cooks just fine. I still need a second large crockpot, any suggestions besides Rival?


    I love my Slow Cooker go to http://www.sears.com and do a search on slow cooker mine is the Kenmore 7QT it does not suffer from the cooks too hot problem .

    HTH

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    debwar
    Wed Feb 02, 2005 2:38 pm
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    Thanks, the Kenmore looks great!
    chef 138622
    Wed Feb 02, 2005 11:27 pm
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    debwar wrote:
    Thanks, the Kenmore looks great!


    It is I love it ... I used it tonight to make roast , we had two young friends over who aren't familiar with Crockpot cooking ( they think its an old people thing lol ) the young man cleaned his place and said he had a foodgasm , his girl friend wants a Crock pot like mine now icon_smile.gif
    Michelle Dominic
    Fri Feb 04, 2005 8:50 am
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    I have a Rival 38501 and its great. Does not burn even on high. I have done slow cooker stuffing and slow cooker stuffed peppers that I am sure would have burned if there was a problem. I don't know what the difference between the 38601 and the 38501, but mine is fine.

    The stuffed peppers were great and should be posted soon, I sumitted the recipe yesterday.
    ~Nimz~
    Sat Feb 05, 2005 10:16 am
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    newbiecook wrote:
    Hi - tried to post a reply earlier - but must have done something wrong as it hasn't showed up yet! Anyhow - by any chance was your crock pot a Rival SmartPot#38601 W? My husband just bought me this one and it seems to want to burn things - ex. my spaghetti sauce! The temp was on low - yet it still scorced it and the whole bottom was burnt to the pot. Anyone else have this problem?


    It's a Rival Smart Pot, but I'm not sure what the model number is. I'll check and get back. It's in the back of my car ready to take back. The Kenmore looks good. I love to cook in the crockpot, but I don't want to have to stir the d..... thing to keep things from burning.
    newbiecook
    Sat Feb 05, 2005 2:01 pm
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    Well - I am trying my hand at this crock pot one more time! My hubby wants beans for the Super Bowl so I just finished putting it all together and am just watching to see how it will go! Keeping my fingers crossed!
    smlusk
    Thu Mar 10, 2005 12:20 pm
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    I, too, have this problem. Glad it isn't only me. Not sure of what model it is. I definitely will check. A recipe I fixed in my old rival crockpot on low 10hrs, got done in the new one on low for 4 hours. it is a smartpot, but I was home that day and watching because the other two times I have cooked something on low for the day, it has burnt to a crisp!
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