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and this morning's bit of braindeadedness was fully submerging a… 
16th-Oct-2002 09:14 am
and this morning's bit of braindeadedness was fully submerging a crock pot that clearly states on the bottom not to do so. go, me. so it's sitting on paper towels at home now, drying out, and (should) still work.
16th-Oct-2002 09:20 am (UTC)
I did something similar with a burr grinder several weeks ago, rinsing it out thoroughly to clear out coffee grinds, and I left it on the counter to dry. I now have a huge coffee ring on my kitchen counter. Go me!
16th-Oct-2002 09:33 am (UTC)
It should be just fine, as long as you don't do the same thing too many more times again.
16th-Oct-2002 09:47 am (UTC)
What she said :)
16th-Oct-2002 09:48 am (UTC)
I bet if you plug it in, it'll help dry it out quicker.
Trust me: I ar un enginer.
16th-Oct-2002 10:09 am (UTC)
As the owner of said crockpot, I fully intend to assume that you are JOKING, sir.

*wry grin*
16th-Oct-2002 11:44 am (UTC)
What, me test circuit breakers? Shirley you jest.
16th-Oct-2002 01:17 pm (UTC)
That's the sole reason that I prefer the big-ass honkin' version of the Crock-pot -- the part where you cook food *comes out of the thing*, and you can submerse it to your heart's content. Makes cleanup infinitely easier.
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