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Operating Instructions
IH Steam Electronic Warm Jar
Household Use
1.0L model
Model No.
SR-SAT102
1.8L model
Model No.
SR-SAT182
Contents
Checks and
Precautions
Part
Everyday
Use
page
2
Safety Precautions
8
Notes on Use
9
Names/Accessories
Cooking Rice
10
(When you wish to cook immediately)
Using the Programs Correctly
Using Different Programs
Keeping Warm
12
14
15
Using the Timer
16
O Steam Keep Warm/Reheat
O ECONAVI
O When the current time is incorrect
Cook
17
OCasserole/Brown
OCake
OSoup
18
20
22
Cleaning
24
ECONAVI Q&A
What does this mean?
Does my Warm Jar have a fault?
What to do when...
Specifications
27
28
29
30
34
Recipes
OSushi/Congee
OGrains/Mixed
OSteam
Cleaning
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
O This produt is intended for household use only.
O Read the operating instructions carefully to ensure safe and
correct use.
O Before use, be sure to read “Safety Precautions”
(Pages 2–7).
O Enter “Date of Purchase/Store of Purchase” etc. on the
warranty and store it in a safe place together with the
Operating Instructions.
Warranty appended
Further
Information
OWhen using for the first time & on every use
ORegular checks OCleaning function
Safety Precautions
Please make sure to follow
these instructions
In order to prevent accidents or injuries to the user, other people, and
damage to property, please follow the instructions below.
Q The following charts indicate the degree of damage caused by
wrong operation.
WARNING:
Indicates serious injury or death.
CAUTION:
Indicates risk of injury or property damage.
This symbol indicates prohibition.
This symbol indicates requirement that must be followed.
WARNING
ODo not damage the power cord or power plug.
• The following actions are strictly prohibited.
Modifying, touching on or placing near heating elements, bending,
twisting, pulling, pulled over sharp edges, putting heavy objects on
top, bundling the power cord and carrying the appliance by the
power cord.
(It may cause an electric shock, or fire caused by short circuit.)
ODo not plug or unplug the power plug with wet hands.
• Always ensure that hands are dry before handling the power plug
or switching on the appliance.
(It may cause an electric shock.)
Exhaust vent
Intake vent
ODo not use the appliance for any purpose other than those
described in these instructions.
(It may cause a fire, burn, injury or electric shock.)
• Panasonic will not accept any liability if the appliance is subject to
improper use, or failure to comply with these instructions.
ODo not get your face close to the Exhaust Unit or touch it with
your hand.
• Keep the Exhaust Unit out of reach of small children.
(It may cause a burn.)
ODo not put anything in the Inner Pan to block
the hole in the Inner Lid.
Steam or cooking contents may jet out from
the hole, causing a burn or injury.
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Safety Precautions
ODo not use the appliance if the power cord or power plug is
damaged or the power plug is loosely connected to the power
outlet.
(It may cause an electric shock, or fire caused by short circuit.)
« If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a special
cord or assembly available from the manufacturer or its service
agent.
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ODo not immerse the appliance in water or splash it with water.
(It may cause an electric shock, or fire caused by short circuit.)
« Please contact an authorised dealer if water gets
inside the appliance.
ODo not modify, disassemble, or repair the appliance.
(It may cause a fire, electric shock or injury.)
« Please contact an authorised dealer.
Q The symbols are classified and explained as follows.
ODo not insert any object in the vent or the gap.
• Especially metal objects such as pins or wires.
(It may cause an electric shock or malfunction.)
WARNING
Hole in the
Inner Lid
ODo not let anyone lick the Instrument Plug.
• Pay an extra attention to infants.
(It may cause an electric shock or injury.)
ODo not block the Intake Filter or Exhaust Unit.
Steam emitted from the Exhaust Unit may be heated
to a high temperature, causing a burn.
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Exhaust Unit
Intake Filter
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Safety Precautions
Please make sure to follow
these instructions
WARNING
WARNING
OThis appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of
the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
(It may cause a burn, injury or electric shock.)
ODiscontinue using the appliance immediately and unplug when
abnormality or breaking down occurs.
(It may cause smoking, a fire, or electric shock.)
e.g. for abnormality or breaking down:
• The power plug and the power cord become abnormally hot.
• The power cord is damaged or power failure when is touched.
• The main body is deformed or abnormally hot.
• Smoke exudes from the main body or a burning odor is detected.
• The main body is cracked, is loose or rattles.
• The fan in the bottom is not rotating during cooking.
« Please contact an authorised dealer for a check or repair.
OUse only a power outlet rated at 10 amperes and alternating
electric current at 220 volts.
Plugging other devices into the same outlet may cause electric
overheating, which may cause a fire.
• Use only an extended cord rated at 10 amperes at least.
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OClean the power plug regularly.
A soiled power plug may cause insufficient insulation due to
the moisture, and lint build-up, which may cause a fire.
« Unplug the power plug, and wipe with the dry cloth.
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)
OBeware not to trip over or catch in the power cord while in use.
Otherwise it may result in an injury, or the damaged power cord
causing a fire or electric shock.
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Packing
Clear
Frame
CAUTION
OAlways keep the children away from the appliance.
(It may cause a burn, injury or electric shock.)
• Children do not realize dangers that are likely to occur
because of improper use of electrical appliances.
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OKeep the power cord out of reach of children.
• Do not let the power cord hang over the edge of the table or
worktop.
Pulling on the power cord may result in the product falling from
the table or worktop, causing an injury.
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Safety Precautions
OInsert the power plug firmly.
Otherwise it may cause an electric shock or fire caused by the
heat generated around the power plug.
OClose the Outer Lid firmly until it clicks.
To prevent a burn or injury caused by steam leaking
or the opening of the Outer Lid.
• To ensure that the Outer Lid can be closed, remove
rice grains or any other foreign object on the Clear
Frame, Packing and between the main unit and
Outer Lid.
ODo not expose the power plug to steam.
• Do not expose the power plug to steam when it is plugged in.
(It may cause an electric shock, or fire caused by short circuit.)
« When using a cabinet with sliding table, use the
appliance where the power plug cannot be exposed
to steam.
ODo not open the Outer Lid or carry the appliance while
cooking.
(It may cause a burn.)
ODo not turn on the appliance without rice and water inside.
(It may cause a burn.)
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Safety Precautions
Please make sure to follow
these instructions
CAUTION
CAUTION
ODo not use another Inner Pan other than the one specified.
(It may cause a burn or injury due to overheat or malfunction.)
ODo not use the cord set (for an instrument plug and power
plug) that is not specified for use with this appliance. Also do
not transfer it.
(It may cause an electric shock, electrical leakage or fire.)
ODo not touch heating elements while the appliance is in use or
after cooking.
• Especially the Inner Lid and metal parts, such as the
Clear Frame, near the Inner Pan.
(It may cause a burn.)
ODo not use the appliance on following places.
• The place where it may be splashed with water or near a heat
source.
(It may cause an electric shock, electrical leakage or fire.)
• On an uneven surface or on non-heat-resistant carpet.
(It may cause an injury, burn or fire.)
• Near a wall or furniture.
(It may cause discolouration or deformation.)
• On Aluminum sheet or electronic carpet.
Aluminium materials may generate heat and cause smoking or
a fire.
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O Be sure to hold the power plug or the Instrument Plug when
unplugging the power plug or the Instrument Plug.
Otherwise it may cause an electric shock, or fire caused by short
circuit.
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O Please consult a doctor if you are using an implanted
pacemaker.
• The operation of this appliance may affect your pacemaker.
)
)
OAlways switch off and unplug the appliance from the power
outlet when it is not in use.
Otherwise it may cause an electric shock or fire caused by short
circuit due to the insulation deterioration.
(
OIf using the appliance on a kitchen shelf etc., ensure that the
steam is not confined within a closed space.
(It may cause discolouration or deformation.)
• If using a slide-out shelf, pull the shelf out fully to ensure that the
shelf above is not exposed to steam.
Safety Precautions
ODo not touch the Hook Button while moving the appliance.
(It may cause the Outer Lid to open, resulting in a burn.)
OUnplug and allow the appliance to cool down fully before
cleaning and storing it.
• Do not move the appliance while it is hot.
(Touching hot elements may cause a burn.)
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Notes on Use
Part Names/Accessories
To keep the product in good condition over the long term, please observe the following.
Q Before using the Warm Jar for the first time, please remove the accessories in the Inner Pan and plastic
bag from the Inner Pan, and then wash the accessories, Inner Pan, Inner Lid, and Taste Catcher. (P.24–25)
About the Warm Jar
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)
(
Brim part or Bottom
)
Inner Lid
Accessories
Lid Sensor
Measuring Cup
(Approx. 180mL)
Steaming Basket
Rice Scoop
Rice Scoop Holder
Lid Sensor
Outer Lid
Pan Sensor
(Inner Pan)
Q Do not place the Warm Jar near devices vulnerable to
magnetic fields.
O Radios, televisions, hearing aids etc.
(Noise may be heard or volume levels reduced.)
O IC cards/bank cards etc.
(Records held on the card may be lost or damaged.)
Q Do not bring magnets close to the Warm Jar.
(Doing so may result in faulty operation.)
Q Do not cover the top of the Warm Jar when it is in use.
O Dishcloths etc.
Steam may be confined near the Warm Jar,
causing discolouration of the Outer Lid or
faults in the display.
(
Inner Pan
Taste
Catcher
Handle
)
Attaching the Rice Scoop Holder
① Attach the Rice Scoop Holder to the
indented section of the Handle.
Pan Sensor
)
Clear Frame
About the Inner Pan
Q Do not use the Inner Pan except in the Warm Jar.
O Do not use on a gas hob or IH
hob, or in a microwave.
Q Do not strike against hard objects.
Doing so may scratch or dent
the outer surface.
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Power Plug
Hook Button
O Press the Hook Button to
open the Outer Lid.
Q Observe the following to prevent peeling or scratching of the inner coating.
During preparation
O Do not use a whisk or other
tool when washing the rice.
O Do not allow a metal strainer
etc. to contact the internal
coating.
When rice is cooked
O Do not mix vinegar with the rice while it is
in the Inner Pan (for sushi etc.).
O Do not use a metal ladle (for congee etc.).
O Do not tap or hit the Inner Pan
(when serving etc.).
Notes
8
Power Cord
When cleaning (P.24)
O Do not use as a washing up
bowl.
Do not put spoons or other
cutlery into the Inner Pan.
O After cooking with seasoning, do not
leave the food in the Inner Pan.
«After cooking mixed rice etc., remove it
from the Inner Pan as soon as possible
and wash the Inner Pan.
O Do not use a dish dryer or
dishwasher/dryer.
OIt can be attached to the left or right side.
Instrument Plug
Cord Set
② Insert the Rice Scoop.
Part Names/Accessories
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Q Do not use the Warm Jar with foreign objects such as
rice grains or other dirt stuck to it.
Doing so may result in an error message being displayed,
and the rice being burnt or otherwise cooked in an
unsatisfactory way.
Notes on Use
Q When using in a kitchen storage unit, ensure that the
shelf above is not exposed to steam.
This may result in an error message being displayed, and
the rice being cooked in an unsatisfactory way.
«If a slide-out shelf is used, it should be pulled out fully.
Q If placing the Warm Jar on a slide-out shelf,
be sure to check that it is strong
enough to bear the load.
(If it is not, the Warm Jar may fall.)
O When adding water and rice to
the Warm Jar
For 1.0L model, 9 kJ approx.
For 1.8L model, 12 kJ approx.
Q Do not use the Warm Jar on an IH hob.
(Doing so may damage the Warm Jar or hob.)
Q Do not use in a location subject to direct sunlight.
(Doing so may result in discolouration.)
Q Do not use in a location (on a carpet, plastic bag,
aluminium foil, fabric etc.) where the bottom of the
Warm Jar (the intake and exhaust vents) is restricted.
(Doing so may damage the Warm Jar.)
Q Periodically check the intake and exhaust vents at the
bottom of the Warm Jar and the Intake Filter and
Exhaust Unit in the Outer Lid and then remove any dust
etc.. (P.26)
Q Do not use the Warm Jar outdoors.
An unstable power supply may cause the Warm Jar to
develop a fault.
Exhaust Unit
O Steam exits through
the top.
O After washing, do not leave
on other crockery to dry.
O Do not wash or scrub with
an abrasive, a metal scourer,
a nylon scourer impregnated
with polish etc..
«Wash using a soft sponge.
Do not wash using the scouring pad.
O The following do not affect performance or human health.
[Outer surface] Shallow scratches, small dents or bumps.
[Inner surface] Peeling of inner coating.
­ A new Inner Pan can be purchased if the Inner Pan has changed shape or you are concerned about the
condition of the Inner Pan.
Intake Filter
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Cooking Rice
When you wish to cook immediately
Washing the rice and adding water
Setting up
Cooking
Finger grip
1
2
Measure the rice
O Measure by levelling off in the supplied measuring
cup. (Approx. 180 mL/cup)
3
Add water
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Wash the rice
① First, add plenty of water, stir, and quickly throw away
the water.
② Repeat this process 2 to 5 times, stirring gently to
wash the rice each time.
(The water for cooking can be stayed a little white.)
③ Put the washed rice in the Inner Pan.
( The rice can be washed in the Inner Pan.)
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)
(
Note
O Do not leave the rice in a strainer for any length of
time.
The rice grains may break,
causing the rice to stick or
burn when cooked.
)
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5
)
Using the “Delicious” program with
3 cups of rice
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① Hold by the finger
grip as shown on
the right.
② Insert the tip and
push to the
bottom.
Attach the Inner Lid
②
① Fit into the groove.
② Press into the Outer Lid
8
Insert the Power Plug
9
Check the program and press the
“Start” button
O Please connect the Instrument Plug to the body first
and then connect the Power Plug.
Make sure that both plugs are firmly connected.
Press
.
until you hear a “click”.
Groove
①
Cooking starts.
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Check that the Intake Filter and
Exhaust Unit are attached
O When the buzzer sounds after cooking, the steaming
stage has finished.
Mix the rice immediately.
(This is to allow excess moisture to evaporate.)
(Refer to “Attaching” on P.26.)
Exhaust Unit
The Inner Pan in
the illustration is
the 1.0L model.
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Three rules
for delicious rice
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Intake Filter
Place the Inner Pan in the Warm
Jar
O Wipe away any water etc. on the outside of the Inner
Pan.
Measure out the water and
rice correctly.
Wash the rice gently.
Use suitable water.
Heavy-handed washing of the rice
can result in the grains splitting,
causing the rice to stick or burn.
We recommend the use of
tap water or filtered tap
water.
O Use of alkaline water (with
a pH higher than 9) may
result in sticky or yellowcoloured rice.
O Use of hard mineral water
(with hardness of 100 or
above) may result in dry
or hard rice.
Things to look out!
Cooking Rice (When you wish to cook immediately)
O Add water up to the mark (Water Level) for the
desired cooking program. (P.12)
Ensure that the Inner Pan is on a level surface
and check the marks on both sides.
O Add the correct amount of water for the number of
cups of rice.
When adjusting the amount of water to suit your
taste etc., be aware that the Warm Jar allows for a
1–5 mm adjustment for the “Eco” program and a
1–2 mm adjustment for other programs.
Adding too much water may prevent rice
cooking properly.
• Use a little less water than indicated for new-crop
rice.
• Use a little less water than indicated for firmer rice
and a little more than indicated for softer rice.
O Ensure the rice is level.
O Soaking the rice is not required.
When the “Start” button is pressed, the water
will be absorbed automatically.
Attach the Taste Catcher
O Where possible, choose recently
processed rice.
O After opening a bag of rice, use it
promptly.
O Keep rice in the fridge.
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Using the Programs Correctly
time
Water Level Cooking
(approx.)
Program
Delicious
Best flavour
Regular
Sticky
Hard
White Rice
Regular/Sticky
56 mins
Hard
52 mins
Quick
Rice will be slightly firmer.
You can soften the rice by soaking it
before cooking.
Quick cooking
Balance cooking
time and power
consumption
Cook small
amount
Eco
Cook with reduced power
consumption
White Rice
1-2 person
1.0L Model (0.5 to 1.5 cups)
1.8L Model (1 to 2.5 cups)
Sushi
Cook sushi rice
Congee
Cook congee
1.0L Model (0.5 to 0.75 cups)
1.8L Model (0.5 to 1.5 cups)
O First we recommend that you try “Regular”. You can then match the texture
with your taste or the dish you are cooking.
Texture preferences
I like fluffy rice which is sweet and a little bit sticky!
White Rice
“Regular”
20–32 mins
I like a chewy texture!
“Sticky”
I like a mild flavour with no stickiness (suitable for
donburi-type dishes)!
Eco
35 mins
White Rice
55 mins
Sushi
46 mins
Congee
Setting time
60–240 mins
White Rice
42 mins
“Hard”
QBalance cooking time and power consumption.
O If the cooked rice is too firm for you, use the following to make it softer.
① After mixing the cooked rice, leave it in the Warm Jar for a few minutes
before serving.
② Upon your next cooking, increase the amount of water (increase the Water
Level by 1 to 5 mm).
③ Soak the rice for a certain time before cooking it.
Comparison of power consumption
Brown
Cook brown rice
Brown Rice
125–135 mins
Grains
Cook rice of
various grains
White Rice
42–48 mins
Cook mixed rice
Mixed
White Rice
48–58 mins
Bake a cake
Cake
—
Setting time
40–60 mins
Steam
—
Setting time
1–60 mins
Soup
—
Setting time
60–240 mins
Steam
Make soup
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Other Rice
When there are instructions about adding
water etc. on the packaging containing
the rice, follow those instructions. Adjust
the amount of water to suit your taste.
Cook
O Do not mix brown and white rice. (The two kinds of rice will not cook properly.)
O From the point that the cooking starts, the Warm Jar displays the time until the rice is ready. Note that for the “Quick”,
“Brown”, “Grains” and “Mixed” settings, the Warm Jar will display the current time until 10 minutes before the rice is ready. It will
then switch to show the time until the rice is ready.
Eco
Delicious (Regular)
1.0L model (cooking 3 cups)
173 Wh
230 Wh
1.8L model (cooking 4 cups)
232 Wh
299 Wh
*Measurement conditions:
Room temperature 23 ± 2˚C, water temperature 23 ± 1˚C.
Using the Programs Correctly
Casserole
Cook casserole
QThis is the default setting.
You can take a little more time to make sure the texture
suits your taste.
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Using Different Programs
1
Keeping Warm
Check the program
Steam Keep Warm (Automatic)
O Once the rice is cooked, all programs switch automatically
to the keep warm function.
(Please mix the rice immediately after cooking ends.)
O Delicious
O 1-2 person
O To change the program.
Press
.
Press
and select a program.
O To cook “Congee”.
Press
Program
Congee
O To cancel an
operation
and set the time.
Allowable timer settings
1–4 h
Units
30 mins
O To set the timer. (P.16)
O To select the “Cook” program. (P.17)
2
Press the “Start” button
approximately
(for
)
2 seconds
O You will hear a “beep” as soon as you press the
button, but continue to hold it down. You will hear a
second “beep” and the most recently used program
will appear.
and then remove the Power Plug.
• The timing of the steam injection changes according to the amount of rice, the cooking program etc.
• When steam is injected, you will hear the sound of the pump. (P.29)
« If you find the sound of the pump distracting during the keep warm state. (P.32)
Precautions O Do not use the keep warm function for more than 12 hours.
O If you live in a region of high temperature and humidity:
Increase the keep warm temperature from 60 to 74 degrees. (P.32)
(Odour can be a problem.)
O If the odour is a problem:
Use the cleaning function (P.26) and increase the keep warm temperature from 60 to
74 degrees. (P.32)
O To prevent odours and condensation during the keep warm state:
Do not cancel the keep warm function or remove the Power Plug while leaving the rice in the Warm Jar.
O To prevent odours:
Do not use the keep warm function with the Rice Scoop still in the Warm Jar.
O A keep warm time of up to 23 hours is displayed in 1 hour units (“0” is displayed for times of less than 1 hour).
O After 24 hours, the display returns to the current time.
When the keep warm function is in use, the Warm Jar applies an amount of heat corresponding to
the amount of rice.
O ECONAVI works after rice is cooked using the following programs.
“Delicious”, “Quick”, “Eco”, “1-2 person”, “Sushi”.
ECONAVI
Cooking starts.
O The display changes according the selected cooking
program.
For the “Quick”, “Brown”, “Grains” and “Mixed” programs, the
Warm Jar will display the current time until 10 minutes before
the rice is ready. It will then switch to show the time until the
rice is ready.
O When the buzzer sounds after cooking, the steaming stage
has finished. Mix the rice immediately.
(This is to allow excess moisture to evaporate.)
Press
« For further details, see ECONAVI Q&A. (P.27)
Reheat (manual)
O Rice to be heated to high temperature from the keep warm state.
1
2
In the keep warm state
Mix the rice
Press the “Steam Keep Warm
(Reheat)” button
Press
.
Lighting
Notes
O As an aid for the visually impaired, the “Start” and “Cancel/Off” buttons have raised parts “ ” and “
”.
O To make it easier to distinguish between decision points (for instance, the “Menu Select” button being at “White Rice”),
the beeping sound has been changed to “beep-beep”.
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Press
.
Flashing
2
O To turn off the keep warm function
Notes
O Reheat cannot be used in the following situations.
• When the rice is cold (buzzer beeps 4 times).
• When the keep warm function is not in use.
O Reheating two or more times will adversely affect the flavour
of the rice.
O After the buzzer has sounded, you will continue to hear the
sound of the fan for a moment and air will be vented from the
Exhaust Unit. This is normal and does not indicate a fault.
(P.29)
Keeping Warm
1
Press and hold down
O Lights during
ECONAVI
operation
O The Warm Jar automatically injects steam to reduce dryness and prevent odours.
Notes
Do I have to select a program every time?
O The “Delicious” and “Eco” programs under “White Rice”
are stored.
For other programs, the following operation allows you to
call up the most recently used program.
O To reheat from
the keep warm
state
O To return to the
keep warm state
O Congee
If congee is kept warm, it may become very
sticky.
The Warm Jar will
O
Casserole
O Mixed
switch automatically
Use of the keep warm function can also
to the keep warm
cause the Inner Lid to rust, adversely affect
function, but we do
the flavour of the rice.
not recommend this.
O Brown
O Grains
Flavour can be adversely affected.
Flashing
Press
O Eco
Using Different Programs
The flashing location indicates the
program that is currently selected.
O Quick
O Sushi
Reheat starts.
Flashing (Approx. 5–7 mins)
O When the buzzer sounds, mix the rice immediately.
The rice is now ready to be eaten.
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Using the Timer
Cook
Timer
Cooking
O Two timers can be set. (These are stored until changed.)
O The Warm Jar can be used to cook nutritious food such as
cakes, or soups with beans or vegetables.
You may find it convenient to store often used times, using, for
example, “Timer 1” for breakfast and “Timer 2” for your evening meal.
1
For example: Setting to 7:30 am
1
2
3
Check that the current time is correct
O If the time is incorrect, set it by following the
procedure on the right.
(Set to desired program.
Press
and select a program.
O To redo an
operation
2 3
1
P.14)
Select “Timer 1” or “Timer 2”
Press
.
Flashing
Set the time at which the rice is to be
ready
Flashing
O Hold down to cycle through time faster.
Press the “Start” button
Flashing
Press
.
Off
Setting ends.
O You will hear the sound of the fan for a moment and
air will be vented from the Exhaust Unit. This is
normal and does not indicate a fault.
O When the buzzer sounds after cooking, the steaming
stage has finished. Mix the rice immediately.
(This is to allow excess moisture to evaporate.)
Notes
1
2
Available capacity
Flashing
Insert the Power Plug
2
Set “ ” to “Clock”
Press
.
Flashing
3
.
Forward
When the blinking
(units of 1 min)
stops, the time is set.
Back (units of 1 min)
O Hold down to cycle through time faster.
O The time cannot be set in use such as cooking/the keep
warm state/the timer setting.
O When the lithium battery runs down, removing the Power
Plug will result in the loss of stored data such as the
current time and timer settings. (P. 29)
O The battery is fixed inside the main body and cannot be
replaced by the user.
For a replacement of battery, please consult the shop
where you purchased the Warm Jar or the service
counter.
Q To see the current time after setting the
timer.
Lighting
Press
.
O Press and hold to display.
O If there is insufficient time for the timer setting, the timer will not allow the setting, and cooking will start
immediately. (See “Timer Setting Restrictions” on P.34.)
O The timer cannot be used with the “Quick” or “Mixed” programs. We do not recommend using it for the
“Casserole” program.
O If the timer setting is 13 hours or longer (8 hours when the water temperature is high), the rice may ferment,
generating undesirable odours.
O When cooking with the timer, the time until the rice is ready is not displayed.
O When cooking with the timer, the rice may absorb excess water. This can result in the rice becoming soft or
burnt.
Press
Program
Cake
Steam
Soup
and set a time
Allowable timer settings
40–60 mins
1–60 mins
1–4 h
Cake
Units
1 min
1 min
30 mins
*Countdown of the steam setting time begins when the Warm
Jar starts releasing steam.
Set the time
Press
Model
Program
3
Press the “Start” button
Flashing
Press
.
Steam
Soup
1.0L
Dough
Max 600 J
Quantity of water
500 mL
Up to “White Rice”
Water Level 4
1.8L
Dough
Max 900 J
Quantity of water
600 mL
Up to “White Rice”
Water Level 6
Precautions
Do not use for the following recipes.
O Recipes in which a thickening roux is used, such as
curry or stew.
O Recipes in which baking soda is used to produce
fast-forming bubbles.
O Recipes in which a lot of oil is used.
O Recipes in which paste or other products that expand
when heated is used.
During cooking...
Cooking starts.
O When cooking finishes, the Warm Jar automatically
switches to the keep warm function, so please
press
.
O Do not place a lid or cover directly on the food.
O The results are affected by the size, quantity and
temperature of the ingredients.
If the sizes of the various ingredients are too large
or the quantity is too large, the contents may boil
over or be undercooked.
­ If the resulting food is undercooked, reselect a
program and cook it for longer.
(
After cooking...
)
O Do not use the keep warm function.
(It may cause odours, rot or rusting the Inner Lid.)
O Always wash the Inner Lid and the Taste Catcher.
Wipe the inner surface of the Outer Lid, the attaching
portion of the Taste Catcher, and the Packing.
When cooking recipes with a high meat content, the
fats and proteins of the meat can contaminate the
Inner Lid and internal surfaces of the Outer Lid.
(It may cause odours, rot or rusting the Inner Lid.)
O When the Outer Lid is opened after cooking, water
droplets may drop from the Inner Lid onto the Clear
Frame.
­ Wipe these away with a well-wrung cloth.
Cook
Lighting
O The time is displayed in 24 hour clock format.
Using the Timer
.
Forward (units of 10 mins)
Back (units of 10 mins)
16
3 times.
When the current time is incorrect
Press
5
5 4
Press
O To redo an operation
O To cancel a setting
Check the program
O Each press of the button changes
the selection.
⇔
4
3
Set “ ” to “Cook” and select a program
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Sushi/Congee
Casserole/Brown
Inari-Sushi
Chicken and Taro Casserole Rice
Ingredients (Makes 20 pieces):
White rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 cups
Konbu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5×5 cm
Fried tofu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pcs
(cut in half and opened out to form pouches)
Instant dashi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄ 2 tsp
White sesame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 tbs
Sugar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 J
A Sake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 tbs
Dark soy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 tbs
Sushi vinegar
Vinegar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 mL
B Sugar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 tbs
Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 tsp
For garnish
Red ginger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To taste
To cook sushi rice...
O To ensure that the flavour is fully absorbed, transfer the rice to the
sushi rice bowl while it is still warm and mix in the sushi vinegar.
(Do not mix in the sushi vinegar with the rice still in the Inner Pan.)
O To preserve the sheen of the rice, cool quickly using fan.
O To prevent stickiness, set the rice scoop at a shallow angle and mix
quickly with a chopping motion.
Method:
❶ Wash the white rice and add water up
to “Water Level: Sushi 3”, lay konbu
on the rice and close the Outer Lid.
❷ Select the program “White Rice/
Sushi”.
❸ Press the “Start” button.
❹ Boil the fried tofu in water for 2 to
3 minutes to remove excessive oil.
Put the fried tofu and instant dashi in a
pan, add 400 mL of water, and simmer
on a low heat for around 10 minutes.
Add A and simmer until all the soupy
liquid has evaporated.
❺ Put B in the pan and warm gently to
make the sushi vinegar. Moisten the
inside of the sushi rice bowl with
water. When the buzzer sounds,
remove the konbu and transfer the
cooked rice to the sushi rice bowl.
Pour the sushi vinegar evenly over the
rice, then mix with a chopping motion
adding the white sesame as you mix.
Next, cool with a fan. To ensure that
the sushi rice does not dry out, cover
it with a well-wrung cloth.
❻ Fill the fried tofu with the sushi rice.
Arrange the sushi on a plate and
garnish with red ginger.
Pork and Century Egg Congee
Seasoning:
Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 J
Pepper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To taste
Sesame oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To taste
Sauce:
Light soy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 tbs
Dark soy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 tbs
B
Sugar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄ 2 tbs
Sesame oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄ 2 tbs
Model
Amount of rice (Cup*)
1.0L
1–3
1.8L
2–6
*Measuring Cup provided as an accessory.
Important Information:
O When placing ingredients they cannot
go above the maximum water level
line.
O Do not open the Outer Lid while
cooking. (Cooking result may not be
satisfactory.)
Note:
O Cook straight away without using the
timer.
Brown Rice
❸ Select the program “White Rice/
Congee” and set cooking time to
2 hours and 30 minutes.
❹ Press the “Start” button.
❺ When the buzzer sounds, press the
“Cancel/Off” button, open the Outer
Lid*, add the lean pork and century
egg to the Inner Pan and close the
Outer Lid.
*: When open the Outer Lid, please
note that the cooked food gets hot.
❻ Select the program “White Rice/
Congee” and set cooking time to
30 minutes.
❼ Press the “Start” button.
❽ After the buzzer sounds, the congee
may be served after it has been
seasoned.
Ingredients:
Brown rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 cups
White sesame . . . . . . . . . . . Small amount
Black sesame . . . . . . . . . . . Small amount
Method:
❶ Gently wash the brown rice and
remove debris and loose husk.
❷ Add water up to “Water Level: Brown
rice 3” and close the Outer Lid.
❸ Select the program “Other Rice/
Brown”.
❹ Press the “Start” button.
❺ When the rice is cooked, turn it over
and mix to fluff.
❻ Put on a plate and sprinkle on some
white and black sesame.
Key to cooking delicious brown rice
Mung Beans and Lily Bulb Congee
Ingredients:
Green bean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 J
Glutinous rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 J
Lily . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 J
Seasoning:
Sugar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To taste
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Method:
❶ Wash the green beans, glutinous rice
and lily before adding all to the Inner
Pan. Add water up to “Water Level:
Congee 0.5” and close the Outer Lid.
❷Select the program “White Rice/
Congee” and set cooking time to
1 hour.
❸ Press the “Start” button.
❹ Season to taste with sugar after
cooking has been completed, and
serve.
Model
Amount of rice (Cup*)
1.0L
1–3 (1–2)
1.8L
1–7 (1–5)
*Measuring Cup provided as an accessory.
( ) is for when other ingredients are added.
When cooking with other ingredients (meat, vegetables etc.)
O Measure the water level before adding the other ingredients.
O The rice takes a long time to cook so we recommend that you add firm ingredients such as beans etc.
If you wish to add dried ingredients, be sure to rehydrate them first.
O The quantity of other ingredients should not exceed 75 J per cup of rice.
(Brown rice 1 cup= Approx. 148 J)
O Cut the ingredients into small pieces and lay them on the rice without mixing.
If you mix the ingredients with the rice, the rice will not be cooked properly.
Casserole/Brown
Method:
❶ Marinate the cooked lean pork with
the salt for 1 hour and then cut into
thin strips. Dice the century egg and
put aside for later use.
❷ Wash the white rice and then pour into
the Inner Pan together with the meat
broth and close the Outer Lid.
Marinade:
Light soy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 tsp
Dark soy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄ 2 tsp
A Sugar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 tsp
Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄ 2 tsp
Starch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11⁄ 2 tsp
Method:
❶ Season diced chicken meat with A.
❷ Deep fry diced taro root until golden
brown, drain and set aside.
❸ Wash the white rice and place it in the
Inner Pan with water up to “Water
Level: White Rice 3”. Then place ❶,
❷ and other ingredients on the rice
and close the Outer Lid. (Do not mix.)
❹ Select the program “White Rice/
Casserole”.
❺ Press the “Start” button.
❻ After the buzzer sounds add B and stir
the rice immediately to loosen it.
Sushi/Congee
Ingredients:
White rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 cup
Meat broth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 cups
Century eggs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pcs
Cooked lean pork. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 J
Ingredients:
White rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 cups
Chicken meat (diced). . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 J
Dried mushrooms (soaked & diced). . 5 pcs
Taro root (diced). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 J
Dried shrimps (soaked) . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 J
Chinese black fungus
(soaked & chopped). . . . . . . . . . . . Few pcs
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Grains/Mixed
Cake
Multigrain Rice
Pound Cake
Method:
❶ Wash the white rice.
❷ Gently wash the multigrain and place
on ❶.
❸ Add water up to “Water Level: White
Rice 3” and close the Outer Lid.
❹ Select the program “Other Rice/
Grains”.
❺ Press the “Start” button.
❻ When the rice is cooked, turn it over
and mix to fluff.
❼ Arrange in a dish.
Ingredients:
White rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 cups
Multigrain (See sales displays)
Chicken Rice
Method:
❶ Lightly smear the inside of the Inner Pan with butter or salad oil.
❷ Mix the ingredients until texture is smooth. (Do not mix in the Inner Pan.)
❸ Pour ❷ into the Inner Pan and close the Outer Lid.
❹ Select the program “Cook/Cake” and set the cooking time to 40 minutes.
❺ Press the “Start” button.
❻ When the buzzer sounds, remove the Inner Pan from the Warm Jar and turn it upside down to remove the cake.
Then allow to cool on plate or mesh.
Cake
Ingredients:
White rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 cups
Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 cups
Chicken meat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 J
Burdock root. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 J
Mushroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pcs
Fried tofu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pcs
Carrot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 J
Preparation:
O Chop the chicken into bite-sized
pieces and slice the burdock root
thinly. Scald both items briefly in hot
water and drain.
O Soak the mushroom in water, drain
and remove the stem before cutting
into thin strips. Pour hot water over the
fried tofu to remove excess oil before
cutting into thin strips.
O Cut the carrot into thin strips.
Above-mentioned amounts for 1.0L/1.8L
Grains/Mixed
Method:
❶ Wash the white rice and place in the
Inner Pan along with 4 cups of water.
❷ Add seasonings and the chicken
meat, burdock root, mushroom, fried
tofu and carrot and close the Outer
Lid.
❸ Select the program “Other Rice/
Mixed”.
❹ Press the “Start” button.
❺ When the rice is cooked, turn it over
and mix to fluff.
Ingredients:
Butter or salad oil . . . . . . . . . Small amount
Pancake mixture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 J
Eggs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pcs
Soy milk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 mL
Salad oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 tbs
Raisins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 J
(May be substituted for other dry fruit.)
Seasoning:
Cooking wine, Soy sauce . . . . 20 mL each
Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 J
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21
Steam
Soup
Dim Sum
Salted Meat, Winter Melon and Old Duck Soup
Ingredients:
Small Dim Sum:
Shrimp dumpling
Shiumy
Dim Sum:
Roasted pork bun
Steamed bun
Glutinous rice with chicken
Method:
❶ Humidify the surface of Dim Sum by
spraying water on it. (There is no need
to defrost them.)
❷ Pour 3 cups full of water in the Inner
Pan.
❸ Set the attached Steaming Basket, put
Dim Sum on it and close the Outer
Lid.
❹ Select the program “Cook/Steam”
and set the cooking time between
5–10 minutes.
❺ Press the “Start” button.
Salted Meat Steamed with Baby Cabbage
Ingredients:
Baby cabbage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 J
Salted meat (Chinese ham) . . . . . . . . . 35 J
Method:
❶ Break the baby cabbage into
individual pieces and wash these
pieces. Slice the salted meat and
place aside.
❷ Arrange the individual pieces of
cabbage in layers on the plate and
layer the sliced salted meat at the very
top (try to use the fatty parts of the
meat).
❸ Pour 2.5 cups of water in the Inner
Pan.
❹ Set the attached Steaming Basket, put
“❷” on it and close the Outer Lid.
❺ Select the program “Cook/Steam”
and set the cooking time to
13 minutes.
❻ Press the “Start” button.
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Seasoning:
Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.5 J
Note:
When baby cabbage is unavailable, the
heart of the bok choy may be used
instead.
Method:
❶ Scald the short ribs in boiling water to
remove any blood, then drain and
place aside for later use.
❷ Place all ingredients into the Inner Pan
together with the salt and close the
Outer Lid.
❸ Select the program “Cook/Soup” and
set the cooking time to 1 hour and
30 minutes.
❹ Press the “Start” button.
flavourings such as chicken
(Other
)
powder may be added to taste.
❺ Pour 2.5 cups of water in the Inner
Pan.
❻ Set the attached Steaming Basket, put
“❹” on it and close the Outer Lid.
❼ Select the program “Cook/Steam”
and set the cooking time to
60 minutes.
❽ Press the “Start” button.
❾ Mix the pork and preserved
vegetables before serving.
*Amounts of the sugar and cooking oil to
be added may be adjusted according to
taste.
Ginseng Chicken Soup
Ingredients:
Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄ 2 (approx. 375 J)
Ginseng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.5 J
Red date (or prune) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 pcs
Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 cups
Ginger. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Few slices
Pine nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 J
Seasoning:
Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 J
Cooking wine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . To taste
Method:
❶ Clean the chicken and scald the inside
cavity of the chicken twice to remove
any excess blood, then drain and
place aside for later use.
❷ Place the chicken, ginseng, red dates,
water and ginger slices into the Inner
Pan together with salt and cooking
wine and close the Outer Lid.
❸ Select the program “Cook/Soup” and
set the cooking time to 2 hours.
❹ Press the “Start” button.
❺ Once cooking has been completed,
place chicken in a large bowl before
pouring out the soup. Sprinkle with
deep fried pine nuts before serving.
Soup
Method:
❶ Cut the pork into pieces sized 1 cm by
3 cm each and place aside for later
use.
❷ Wash the preserved vegetables under
running water and squeeze dry. This
will help remove any sand grains
lodged in the vegetable.
❸ Place a layer of pork in a bowl and
then continue with a layer of the
preserved vegetable. Sprinkle a layer
of sugar on top. Continue in this
sequence until the ingredients have
run out.
❹ Add cooking oil and dark soy to “❸”.
Ingredients:
Short ribs (cut into 5 cm sections) . . . 500 J
Corn (cut into 5 cm sections)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 stalks of approx. 450 J
Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 cups
Steam
Seasoning:
Cooking oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 mL
Sugar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 J
Dark soy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 mL
Seasoning:
Cooking wine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 mL
Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 J
Method:
❶ Wash the duck and cut into large
pieces. Clean the winter melon and
cut into cubes, and slice the Chinese
ham.
❷ Scald the duck in boiling water to
remove blood, then drain and place
aside for later use.
❸ Place the duck, winter melon, ham,
ginger slices, salt and cooking wine
into the Inner Pan together with 4.5
cups of water and close the Outer Lid.
❹ Select the program “Cook/Soup” and
set the cooking time to 2 hours.
❺ Press the “Start” button.
Corn and Pork Ribs Soup
Preserved Vegetables (Mui Choy) Steamed with Pork
Ingredients:
Pork belly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 J
Preserved vegetables (mui choy) . . . 100 J
Ingredients:
Old duck . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1⁄ 2 (approx. 400 J)
Winter melon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 J
Salted meat (Chinese ham) . . . . . . . . . 30 J
Ginger. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Few slices
Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.5 cups
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Cleaning
O For cleaning, remove the Power Plug and ensure that the main body has cooled down.
O Be careful not to pull on the Packing attached to the main body (since this could result
in the Packing coming off or tearing).
O After washing, wipe with a dry cloth.
Taste Catcher
Lid Sensor
When using for the first time & on every use
O If the dirt is difficult to remove,
soak in water for a few
minutes and then rinse.
Mixed rice etc.
After removing,
Wash using a soft sponge
and a mild washing up liquid.
Inner Pan
Detach from the main body
and rinse under the tap.
Rice Scoop
After using seasoning,
wash promptly
these can cause odours,
(sinceputrefaction,
)
or rust
Inner Lid
Taste
Catcher
Steaming
Basket
Q Removing
Holding the finger grip, press
down and then pull towards
you. Be careful to avoid
pulling on the Packing.
Since this could result in
the Packing coming off
or tearing.
(
Inner Lid
<Do not use any of the following>
Metal scourers, nylon scourers
impregnated with an abrasive etc.
)
Q Attaching
Follow the reverse procedure to removing, and press in
securely. (P.11)
Do not wash using
the scouring pad.
Inner Lid
Packing
After using seasoning (for mixed rice etc.), please wash
promptly.
(Since these can cause odours, putrefaction, or rust.)
Q Removing
Dishwasher/dryer or dish dryer
① Press the button.
The Inner Lid tilts
towards you.
If the Inner Lid fails
to tilt, hold down the
button, insert your
finger into the hole
and pull towards
you.
② Pull out.
( )
Pan Sensor
Q Attaching
Insert into the groove and press into the Outer Lid until
you hear a “click”. (P.11)
Inner Pan (P.8)
Clear Frame
Inner surfaces of Outer Lid / Packing
Wash using a mild washing up liquid.
Wipe with a well-wrung cloth.
Wipe with a well-wrung cloth.
Wipe with a well-wrung cloth.
Do not use as a washing up bowl.
( Since this may result in peeling of the inner coating.)
O Water droplets may drop from the condensation outlet
onto the Clear Frame.
O Wipe off the water droplets
on the Clear Frame every
time after using the
appliance.
O Do not wash by pouring in
water etc.
O If the dirt is hard to remove, dab a
mild washing up liquid on a nylon
scourer and wipe gently.
O Remove the Taste Catcher and wipe the inner surfaces
of the Outer Lid, the attaching portion of the Taste
Catcher and the Packing.
Condensation
outlet
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Lid Sensor / Pan Sensor
Cleaning (When using for the first time & on every use)
Wash using a mild washing up liquid.
Benzine, thinner, polish, bleach,
antibacterial alcohol etc.
Dirt on Pan Sensor
Note
O If the Warm Jar is used with dirt on the sensors, the rice
may burn or cook imperfectly.
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Cleaning
Regular checks
O For cleaning, remove the Power Plug and ensure that the main body has cooled down.
O Be careful not to pull on the Packing attached to the main body (since this could result
in the Packing coming off or tearing).
O After washing, wipe with a dry cloth.
Exhaust Unit
O Check around once a
month and clean if dirty!
Intake Filter
ECONAVI Q&A
Questions
O When the keep warm function is in use, the Warm Jar applies an amount of heat
corresponding to the amount of rice.
Is ECONAVI available
for all programs?
O ECONAVI will work after cooking using the “Delicious”, “Quick”, “Eco”, “1-2 person” or
“Sushi” programs.
ECONAVI will not work with the following programs which are not recommended to
use the keep warm function.
(“Congee”, “Casserole”, “Brown”, “Grains”, “Mixed”, “Cake”, “Steam”, “Soup”.)
(
Why doesn’t the
ECONAVI lamp light
up during the keep
warm state?
O Are you using the high-temperature keep warm setting? (P.32)
ECONAVI is not available when the keep warm temperature is increased.
O ECONAVI may not work if the Warm Jar is cooking a large quantity (7 cups or more in
the 1.8L model, or 5 cups or more in the 1.0L model) when the room temperature at
the start of cooking is 10°C or less.
O Have you switched off the keep warm function after cooking?
When the keep warm function is switched off, ECONAVI is also switched off.
ECONAVI will not operate, even if keep warm is restarted.
O Is the ECONAVI lamp set to off? The ECONAVI lamp can be switched off. (See
below)
Why does the
ECONAVI lamp switch
off during operation?
O Has the keep warm function been in operation for 12 hours or more?
After 12 hours, the keep warm function continues to operate but ECONAVI ends.
)
Q Removing
Insert your finger and pull
towards you.
Intake Filter
Q Attaching
After inserting the Protrusion of
the Intake Filter, push in fully.
Protrusion
If odour is hard to remove or the dirt does not come off
the Inner Lid....
Preparation ① Fill the Inner Pan with water up to around
80% of capacity.
② Put the Inner Pan in the main body and
close the Outer Lid.
Exhaust Unit
Remove and wash.
O If the dirt is hard to remove, brush
gently with a toothbrush or similar.
Strong brushing or use of a sharp
object may result in damage to the
mesh part.
(
Cleaning function
(when the cleanliness of the Warm Jar is a concern)
)
1
O The ECONAVI lamp can be switched off using the following procedure. Note that
ECONAVI continues even with the light switched off.
Set “ ” to “Clean”
Press
1 Set to “Congee”
4 times.
Press
.
Press
and select “Congee”.
O Select “Congee” under “White Rice”.
Q Removing
Pull horizontally towards
the back of the body.
2
Press the “Start” button
Flashing
Press
Can I switch the
ECONAVI lamp off?
2 Press and hold down
(for approximately 5 seconds)
.
Notes
O After the setting is completed, the display returns to the current time.
O To restore the setting (allow the ECONAVI lamp to switch on again), perform the
same operation again.
Q Attaching
Follow the reverse procedure to removing, insert until
you hear a “click”.
Bottom of main body (intake/exhaust vents)
Cleaning function starts.
3
Remove dust and foreign
objects using a vacuum
cleaner etc..
[When restoring the setting...]
Goes on for 10 seconds
When the buzzer sounds after
approximately 60 minutes
Press
26
Flashing
.
Cleaning (Regular checks/Cleaning function) /ECONAVI Q&A
What is ECONAVI?
Remove and wash.
O If the dirt is hard to remove, brush gently with a
toothbrush or similar and a mild washing up liquid, and
rinse well.
Strong brushing or use of a sharp object may result in
damage to the mesh part.
Answers
O After the water has cooled, pour it
away.
O It may be effective to cut a lemon into slices and add them to
the water.
O It may not be possible to completely remove odour or dirt.
[Energy-saving effect of ECONAVI]
Comparison of when ECONAVI is used/not used during the keep warm state. (Researched by Panasonic)
Savings of 2.8 to 9.5% are made with the SR-SAT102 and 3.9 to 13.8% are made with the SR-SAT182. The precise saving
depends on how long the keep warm function is used. Note also that these figures are approximate and may differ in actual
usage.
<Measurement method> At room temperature of 23°C
O 1.0L model: 300 J rice was removed immediately after the Warm Jar completed the cooking of three cups of rice.
Further 300 J rice was removed after the keep warm function has been worked for 5 hours.
O 1.8L model: 300 J rice was removed immediately after the Warm Jar completed the cooking of five cups of rice.
Further 600 J rice was removed after the keep warm function has been worked for 5 hours.
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What does this mean?
Error message
Check here!
Does my Warm Jar have a fault?
Check the following before asking for a service.
Symptoms
O Is the Inner Pan set properly?
­ Place the dedicated Inner Pan in the Warm Jar, close the Outer Lid, and retry the
operation.
*If the message does not disappear, press the “Cancel/Off” button, wait for the
message to disappear and retry the operation.
O The Warm Jar is being affected by power supply noise.
­ Press the “Cancel/Off” button and connect to another power outlet.
Cooking begins
immediately despite
use of timer.
O Is the current time correct? (time displayed in 24 hour clock format)
O Has the timer been set to a time outside the “Timer setting
restrictions”?
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I have set the timer
but cooking doesn’t
start.
O When using the timer, the rice is soaked before cooking starts, and
so the soaking time after cooking starts is shorter.
Consequently, cooking starts slightly later than might be expected.
With other programs, the cooking may start around 40 minutes
before the rice is due to be ready.
—
The rice is not ready
at the time set on
the timer.
O Is the current time correct? (time displayed in 24 hour clock format)
O Have you pressed the “Start” button?
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The cooking time is
longer than
expected.
O If rice is cooked one after the other, the cooking time may lengthen
(by up to around 30 minutes).
O The Warm Jar may stop the countdown of time remaining to make an
adjustment.
—
O Whirring noise
—
Steam is leaking
from somewhere
other than the
Exhaust Unit.
O Is there rice stuck to the Packing or the edge of the Inner Pan, or is
the Inner Pan deformed in some way?
O Are you washing and correctly attaching the Inner Lid after every
use?
A button operation
is not working.
O Is the button lamp on?
Button operations will not work in use such as cooking/the keep
warm state/the timer setting.
­ Press the “Cancel/Off” button.
Reheat is not
working.
O Is the keep warm function switched off?
O Is the rice cold? (Buzzer will sound 4 times)
Reheating is not possible if the temperature is 50°C or less.
Display is blank.
O Does “8:30” appear when you plug the Power Plug?
[Displayed]
The lithium battery has run down.
With the Power Plug plugged in, you can cook rice
or use the keep warm function, but the current time
must be set on each occasion that you use the
timer.
The battery is fixed inside the main body and
cannot be replaced by the user.
[Not displayed] There is a fault in the electronic circuitry.
­ For a replacement of battery or repair, consult the shop where
you purchased the Warm Jar or a service centre.
Sparks were visible
at the Power Plug.
O Sometimes small sparks can be seen when inserting or removing
the Power Plug. This is a phenomenon particular to IH (induction
heating) techniques and not indicative of a fault.
If none of the methods described above brings an improvement, please consult your dealer for a repair.
O Consult the shop where the Warm Jar was purchased for a repair.
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)
­ Sound of the fans rotating in the bottom of the
main body and the Outer Lid.
O High-pitched noise ­ Sound of IH (induction heating).
O Low-pitched noise ­ Sound of pump injecting steam into the Inner
Pan.
Other
O Is the intake or exhaust vent on the bottom of the Warm Jar blocked by dust etc.?
­ Remove the dust using the following procedure.
① Press the “Cancel/Off” button and then remove the Power Plug.
② Once the body has cooled down, remove the Inner Pan.
③ Remove the dust from the intake/exhaust vents on the bottom of the main body.
(P.26)
O Is the Warm Jar being used on a carpet etc.?
­ Please use the Warm Jar in a well-ventilated location (on a table etc.).
(
The Warm Jar is
making a noise.
O Is the Exhaust Unit in place?
­ Attach the Exhaust Unit on the Outer Lid.
O Is the Intake Filter or Exhaust Unit blocked by dust etc.?
­ Remove the dust etc. and press the “Cancel/Off” button.
O Was the Intake Filter blocked during cooking?
­ Remove the impediment and press the “Cancel/Off” button.
O Is there something over the Exhaust Unit?
­ Remove the impediment on the Exhaust Unit and press the “Cancel/Off” button.
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Q If you mistakenly add water or rice to the main body, please unplug and contact your dealer.
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What does this mean?/Does my Warm Jar have a fault?
O Is the Outer Lid open?
O Is the Taste Catcher fitted?
­ If the Taste Catcher has been lost, please purchase another one from a dealer.
O Is there foreign object or dirt in the Taste Catcher?
­ Clean it before attaching.
Cooking/Keep Warm State
O Has the keep warm function been in use for more than 96 hours?
­ Press the “Cancel/Off” button.
Timer
O Is the foreign object or dirt attached to the bottom part of the Inner Pan, the Inner Lid,
the Lid Sensor or the Pan Sensor? (P.8)
­ Remove the foreign object or dirt and press the “Cancel/Off” button.
O Is there too much water in the Inner Pan?
­ Press the “Cancel/Off” button.
(Upon next cooking, reduce the amount of water slightly.)
*When this error message appears, the keep warm function may not be switched on
automatically.
To use the keep warm function, perform the above-described procedure and then
press the “Steam Keep Warm” button.
Check here!
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What to do when...
O The Warm Jar does not have a fault.
Check the following before asking for a repair.
Symptoms
Too sticky (soft)
O Have you measured the quantities of rice and water correctly? (P.10)
O Are there many broken grains in the rice?
O Have you been soaking the rice for long periods? (When using the timer, for example.)
­ When using the timer, try reducing the amount of water slightly.
(Reduce water by approximately 1 to 2 mm from the Water Level.)
O
O
O
O
O
O
Are you using hot water to wash the rice?
Are you using more than the specified amount of rice with the “1-2 person” program for small
amounts. (1.0L model: 0.5–1.5 cups, 1.8L model: 1–2.5 cups)
When the rice is cooked, are you mixing it immediately?
When cooking new-crop rice, are you using less water than normal? (Reduce water by
approximately 1 to 2 mm from the Water Level.)
Are you leaving the rice in the strainer after washing? (This can result in cracking of the rice grains.)
Do you prefer firmer rice?
­ Reduce the amount of water slightly. (Reduce water by approximately 1 to 2 mm from the Water Level.)
­ If you are using the “Eco” program, try using the “Delicious (Hard)” program.
Condensation
appears.
Rice smells odour.
Rice has a yellow
colour.
Check here!
O When the rice is cooked, are you mixing it immediately?
O Did you remove the Power Plug during the keep warm state with rice still in the Warm
Jar?
O Has the keep warm function been in operation for 12 hours or more?
O Did you add cold rice during the keep warm state?
O Has the rice been processed and washed properly?
O Are you using the keep warm function with the Rice Scoop still in the Warm Jar?
O After cooking mixed rice with seasoning, an odour may remain.
­ Carefully wash the Inner Pan, Inner Lid and Taste Catcher.
­ If this does not remove the odour, use the Cleaning function. (P.26)
O With certain types of rice, a yellow colour will be left on the rice after cooking.
Rice is dry.
O Has the keep warm function been in operation for 12 hours or more?
O Have you reheated repeatedly?
O Is the Taste Catcher attached correctly?
O Is there rice stuck to the Packing of the Outer Lid or the edge of the Inner Pan, or is the
Inner Pan deformed in some way?
Congee is sticky.
O Have you been soaking the rice for long periods? (When using the timer, for example.)
O Have you used the keep warm function on the congee?
A thin film is
formed.
O Are you washing the rice too much, causing the rice grains to break?
O Is the husk still on the rice?
(Starch in the rice dissolves and reforms as a thin film on the surface. It is not harmful.)
The surface of the
cooked rice has a
concave shape.
O This is a result high level of heat applied to the Inner Pan. The taste of the rice is not
affected.
Too hard (dry)
O Have you measured the quantities of rice and water correctly? (P.10)
O Are you using the “Quick” program?
O
Do you prefer softer rice?
① Increase the amount of water slightly.
Increase water by approximately 1 to 5 mm from the Water Level for the “Eco” program
and 1 to 2 mm for other programs.
② Try soaking the rice (for 30 minutes to 2 hours) before cooking.
③ If you are using the “Eco” program, fluff the rice after cooking and then leave it for
a few minutes. Alternatively, try using the “Delicious (Sticky)” program.
(
)
Rice is burnt
O
O
O
O
Are there many broken grains in the rice?
Were the rice grains split as they were left in the strainer after washing? (P.10)
Cooking rice with seasoning such as mixed rice may be easily burnt.
A golden brown colour on the rice at the bottom of the Inner Pan is not indicative of a fault.
­ If there is no improvement after following the above-described steps, see “If burning is
a concern”. (P.32)
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What to do when...
O Has the rice been processed and washed properly?
O Is there dirt or foreign object stuck to the Lid Sensor, Pan Sensor, bottom of the Inner
Pan or inside the main body?
O Are you using the timer? (Have you been soaking the rice for long periods?)
Q If none of the above suggestions brings an improvement, try changing the settings using the procedures on P.32 to 33.
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What to do when...
O If the suggestions on P.30 to 31 do not bring about any
improvement, you can change the settings.
O After the setting is completed, the display returns to the
current time.
O Steps 2, 3 and 4 must each be completed within 16 seconds.
When no operation is performed for 16 seconds, the display
returns to the current time. (Setting cannot be made.)
­ Please restart the procedure.
O To go back to the previous setting, follow the procedure again.
To increase the keep warm
temperature.
(60 to 74 degrees.)
1 Press
If burning is
a concern.
1 Press
Press
and select “Quick”
1 Press
Press
and select “Quick”
Flashing
O Select “Quick” under “White
Rice”.
You will not hear
a beep.
2 Press
Press
You will not hear
a beep.
Press
Set to
“74”.
After 4 seconds
Setting ends
automatically.
)
O Do not use the keep warm function
more than 12 hours.
O If an odour is generated after the
change, set to “76”. If the rice is
discoloured or dry, set to “72”.
O The default setting is “60”.
O ECONAVI will not operate after the
change.
Press
and select “Quick”
Press
You will not hear
a beep.
Press
4 Press
Press
You will not hear
a beep.
Set to
“So:Lo”.
)
Press
and select “Quick”
Select
“04”.
3 Press
4 Press
O Select “Quick” under “White
Rice”.
You will not hear
a beep.
2 Press
Press
and select “Quick”
Flashing
O Select “Quick” under “White
Rice”.
2 Press and hold down
(for approximately 5 seconds)
You will not hear
a beep.
Select
“05”.
3 Press
O This change does not switch off the
button sounds.
Press
Delete
“Steam”.
After 4 seconds
Setting ends
automatically.
(
Flashing
Press
Press
Press
After 4 seconds
Setting ends
automatically.
(
You will not hear
a beep.
2 Press
Press
Select
“02”.
1 Press
Flashing
O Select “Quick” under “White
Rice”.
To stop the buzzer sounding
(end sound) during cooking,
reheating and cleaning.
)
O After the change, no steam will be
used during the keep warm state.
O The sound of the pump will still be
heard during cooking and reheating.
4 Press
Set to
“FA:Lo”.
After 4 seconds
Setting ends
automatically.
(
)
O After the change, the temperature of
steam exiting from the Exhaust Unit
will increase.
What to do when...
Pressing the button cycles through
the temperatures (order of 74, 76,
72, 60, 74).
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You will not hear
a beep.
2 Press
3 Press
4 Press
(
O Select “Quick” under “White
Rice”.
If sound of the fan
(in the Outer Lid) is a
concern.
1 Press
Flashing
Press
3 Press
If you find the sound of
the pump distracting during
the keep warm state. (P.15)
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Specifications
Delicious
Quick
Eco
White Rice
1-2 person
Sushi
Congee
Other Rice
Cook
Keep
Warm
Function*
Approximate
cooking times
(minutes)
Menu
Regular 56
Sticky 56
Hard 52
20–32
35
55
46
○
○
○
○
○
Setting time 60–240
×
Cooking Capacity (Cup)
Timer Setting
Restrictions**
(
) is for when other ingredients are added.
SR-SAT102
SR-SAT182
0.5–5.5
1–10
0.5–1.5
1–5.5
1–2.5
2–10
0.5–0.75
0.5–1.5
1–3
2–6
From 70 mins before done
From 70 mins before done
From 60 mins before done
—
From 50 mins before done
From 60 mins before done
From 60 mins before done
Cooking time + 1 min
or more before done
Casserole
42
×
×
Brown
Grains
Mixed
Cake
Steam
125–135
42–48
48–58
Setting time 40–60
Setting time 1–60
×
×
×
From 160 mins before done
From 60 mins before done
—
×
Soup
Setting time 60–240
Cooking time + 1 min
or more before done
1–3 (1–2)
1–7 (1–5)
0.5–4
1–8
1–4
2–8
Dough Max 600 J
Dough Max 900 J
Quantity of water 500 mL Quantity of water 600 mL
Up to “White Rice”
Up to “White Rice”
Water Level 4
Water Level 6
*: With “×”, the Warm Jar will switch automatically to the keep warm function, but we do not recommend this. (P.15)
**: With “×”, we do not recommend using the timer because it may cause the food to spoil.
SR-SAT102
Power source
Power consumption
When cooking
(Approx.)
When warming
Length of the Power Cord
Weight (Approx.)
Size (Width × Depth × Height)
SR-SAT182
220 V
50 Hz
1210 W
900 W (30.0 Wh*1)
1400 W
1100 W (36.0 Wh*1)
1.0 m
6.8 kJ
26.5 cm × 37.1 cm × 23.9 cm (48.3 cm*2)
8.0 kJ
29.1 cm × 39.9 cm × 27.1 cm (53.9 cm*2)
O Power consumption is the maximum instantaneous electric capacity.
O When the power is “Off”, the Warm Jar consumes approximately 3.5 W (plugged in state).
O This product was designed for Hong Kong.
It is not suitable for use in countries or regions of differing mains frequency or voltage. Moreover, after sales service is not available.
O (*1) is the power consumed per hour during the keep warm state. (Room temperature 20˚C, maximum amount of rice.)
O (*2) is the height with the Outer Lid open.
Checks
Check your well-used IH Steam Electronic Warm Jar!
Have you noticed any of the following?
O The power plug and the power cord become
abnormally hot.
O The power cord is damaged or power failure when is
touched.
O The main body is deformed or abnormally hot.
O Smoke exudes from the main body or a burning odor is
detected.
O The main body is cracked, is loose or rattles.
O The fan in the bottom is not rotating during cooking.
Stop using the Warm Jar
To prevent accidents,
stop using the Warm
Jar, remove the power
plug, and ask your
dealer to perform a
check.
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