Timer Sounding Too Soon
Why does my new Egg Cooker's alarm sound before my eggs are done cooking?
The alarm may sound prematurely the first couple uses. This is due to the lack of surface tension on the smooth plastic. Because water will not cling to the plastic, water leaves the center heating circle which allows the thermostat to reach over 212°F. The thermostat reacts as though it has gone dry and sounds the alarm. To prevent this from happening again, fill the egg cooker base with enough cold water to cover the entire base reservoir. Turn the egg cooker on with none of the accessories on it and let it boil dry. This will leave a residue on the heating circle. The alarm will be sounding while the appliance is boiling dry. This generally solves the problem, but it may have to be done more than once.