A friend recently bought a used rice cooker that she was told was in perfect working condition. It has a complicated pair of concentric dials and a couple of buttons, and she can't figure out how to make it work.
The brand is National, and the model number is sr-2103kt. She's not able to find the manual online anywhere.
Here's an image
of the dials/buttons. Both of the dials can be rotated, independently of one another. As you can see, the counterclockwise numbers seem to correspond to the R.C. TIME arrow (rice-cooking time, presumably), and the inner dial with the orange hand indicates P. TIME, whatever that is.
When she tried to use it, she turned the dials to settings that she guessed made sense (not sure what those settings were), and pushed down the "rice cooking" button, but nothing much happened in terms of turning rice into cooked rice. How does this thing work? Thanks for any and all help!