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if you did not get it

try to use it

even using without manual

you can see the temperature and time for cooking on your display right
now the challenge is to know the time for any food to cook chers

Hitachi RD4057B... | Answered on Apr 27, 2019

Google (Hitachi)(HB-D103)(manual) without parens.

Hitachi Kitchen... | Answered on Jul 19, 2018

First, I'm not a Hitachi representative.

* Amazon has the manual ($12.99) but check if it's your model;
* Here is another that you can read on line. (but there may be a fee to download) ;
* You may find all you need by looking for "Hitachi Bread recipes";
* Most recipes will show you what buttons to push and settings to use. Just look up the bread/cake type and add "Hitachi" in the query.
Aloha, ukeboy57
P.S. I've had fun with two different bread machines (USA and Japanese) both worked somewhat. You need to really measure out but more important is which order the mix goes in. Some like the liquids on the bottom. Others like it on top. I've found the Japanese machines like liquids on the bottom. BUT you really need to watch the dough ball form. (It gets messy here) Open the lid and watch the ball form in the early part of the mix. Add more flour to get a really nice sticky ball rolling around. This should happen within the first two mins. Sticky is okay. If you find it's dry and just spinning in the middle without touching the sides or corners then there will be dry dough at the end of the cook cycle. Okay but not nice looking.
Some vids to get you started;
* Oh, Just in case you have a "Japanese" button menu. The buttons can be figured out by comparing to other machines of similar size. (Or ask a Japanese speaking friend to translate);

Hitachi Kitchen... | Answered on Jul 09, 2018

a local electrician could make a cord for you.

Hitachi RD4056P... | Answered on Nov 09, 2017

I learned that the measure probably held 200 ml, and will experiment to confirm.

Hitachi RD6106... | Answered on Jan 08, 2016

Hi Sharon.
You don't mention your model number. The manual for their Fuzzy Logic RZ-XMC10Y can be viewed here:
Hitachi RZ XMC10Y Instruction Manual
I also found a manual for the RZBM18Y on a Hitachi Australia Site:

The US site really seems to have bupkus on anything like rice cookers - just electronics and power tools. Hoping that one of those might help, and Happy Holidays!

Hitachi Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 03, 2015

Good morning
if you go to manualsonline you will undoubtably find the one you need. Follow the instructions. Free User Manuals and Owners Guides ManualsOnline com

Hitachi RD6106... | Answered on Aug 24, 2015

Good Morning to you
you have undoubtely found a way to measure the water and the rice, since you posted your question.
i have found that 2:1 ratio makes best rice.
2cups water and one cup rice to start with. Ajust as needed the time as well. Start with 20 minutes.

Hitachi RD5086P... | Answered on Aug 24, 2015

Good morning
my experience tells me that two cups of water to one cup of rice is just what is needed.

Hitachi Kitchen... | Answered on Aug 23, 2015

Good morning
if I were you I would find a piece of wood and use it to keep the cooker steady. Then again you can ask google for "a hard plastic base stand >Hitatchi. E bay is a place to look.
sorry if this is not of any use to you,
Oh, the local dealer talk to him,

Hitachi Kitchen... | Answered on Aug 23, 2015

Good morning
if there is not a dealer in your neighbourhood you can always try some of the one on this screen shot. Kolbrun
25830415-mn04xqvyapz4lxaxqhrjbsue-1-0.jpg I know this is not a good screenshot so maybe it would be better for you to Google yourself. Look for " Inner pot rice cooker replacement" on

Hitachi RD5086P... | Answered on Aug 23, 2015

Good morning to you
Did the rice cooker not have a measuring cup, where the water: rice ratio was given?
My experience has tought me that you cannot go very wrong with two cups of water for one cup of rice.
no matter where the rice is cooked, in a rice cooker, a saucepan, the micro,
try this and as time goes you will get it perfect taking into account the type of rice.

Hitachi Kitchen... | Answered on Aug 23, 2015

check with the Manufacturer thru their website .and customer service

Hitachi RD5086P... | Answered on Aug 21, 2015

Unlikely. This will need repair or replacement.
To avoid future issues , install a whole house surge protector on the main panel and use local surge protectors on expensive units.
Unplug the things not regularly used.

Hitachi Kneading... | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

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