We don't want our cooking to be electrifying
August 2, 2008 11:20 AM Subscribe
Our Proctor Silex crock pot made an unexpected visit to the sink--not just the internal cooking bowl, which is made to be washed, but the electric heating dish, and we're trying to decide whether it's safe to use it again.
posted by mrbula to home & garden (10 answers total)
To our knowledge it wasn't fully submerged, but it did have water running over it now and then for well over a day. Do we need to throw it out? Has anyone else done this, and not been electrocuted when trying to use it later?
The safe answer is to throw it out, but we're really poor right now and would rather not have to replace it.