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I recently prepared a pork roast, but it wasn't ready in time for supper. Once it was fully cooked, I switched it over to "warm" for the night to be ready for today. But now I'm a little worried if it is still good. I have heard that as long as the "warm" setting maintains a heat above 140f it should be fine, but I do not have a functioning thermometer to test this. If someone else has a PC550 slow cooker, and can give me a reference of the (approximate) setting (warm, 1, 2, 3) temperatures, that would help! Alternatively, if you know the answer to the question directly through experience, that would help, as well! Finally, it will probably not be eaten until tonight (about 7 hours from now), so I am wondering what I should do from here (turn up the temperature, refrigerate it, etc.).

Thanks for your help!

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    A usable food thermometer will probably cost less than the ingredients you would have to waste to be 100% safe. – rackandboneman Nov 25 '15 at 13:51

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