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Cook's essentials pressure cooker float valve

This fell out in sink did not see how it goes to gether.
two parts, valve and one seal.

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look at the pressure cooker section (some other pressure cooker is showing in the photo) use the drop down menu to choose the model number of your cooker and click view, it should download as a pdf (or you can save it as one) on your computer.

Hint: I tried this on firefox and the 'view' button would not work, so you may want to use Internet Explorer to get your manual.

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