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I was cooking rice today, and then I placed it in the rice cooker, plugged it in, then set it to cook. I wanted to make sure I had the water level correctly (I set it to nearly double the expected level when cooking brown rice) but as I turned it open (while it was cooking) it suddenly made a huge spark at the hinge.
There's some black marks on the hinge now. Pic related is the cheap rice cooler I have.
What the hell happened? I thought it'd be safe to open the rice cooker since whether it's cooking or just warming, that's just the temperature. Did I just fuck up by opening it while it was going to cook, or would it have happened anyways even before I set it to cook?
Should I just stick to cooking my rice on the stove?