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Use 25 watt or 40 watt appliance bulb

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How do I get a Manual for the Watts pressure cooker, rice cooker, slow cooker/steamer


I am not sure there is a company named Watts which manufacture pressure cookers. Watts are units of electricity. Pressure cookers are usually advertised with the number of watts the unit consumes the higher the number the more powerful the unit (presumably) so it might be possible you are reading something like "1000 Watts Pressure cooker....." and assuming Watts is the brand.
However, here is a link to a very comprehensive list of links to virtually every pressure cooker. http://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooker-manual-library/

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Why Light Bulbs Burn Out So Quickly


The bulb package should have an average life expectancy printed on it. The typical light bulb is good for roughly 900 hours. At 10 hours a day that's three months. At 24 hours a day it's a little more than a month. If you have 25 bulbs in your house burning an average of three hours each day, a bulb will burn out every twelve days, on average. If you compute the average life of your bulbs and discover it's clearly less than the manufacturer's rated life, then you may have: 1-You may have over-voltage in your house. Occasionally this causes more serious problems. You can get a cheap multimeter at Radio Shack. If the voltage is 125V or higher, talk to the power company about it. 7 or 8 extra volts on a 120V line will cut the bulb life expectancy in half. If it's a slight over-voltage, you can buy special 125V or 130V bulbs, though sometimes they're hard to find.
2-Too high a wattage bulb in too small an enclosed fixture (such as a globe), the heat can't get out--the bulb burns too hot, leading to short bulb life.
3-Recessed lighting fixtures often get covered by attic insulation. This blocks the intended ventilation method--heat can build up around the bulb, causing short bulb life.
4-A vibration problem. Such as, bulbs under a heavily used stairway, on or near an out of balance bathroom or ceiling fan, or near a door that gets slammed, or kids upstairs jumping, etc. You can buy special shock resistant, also called "rough service" bulbs, for this situation, or try one of the new compact screw-in fluorescent bulbs.
Flickering. Intermittent electrical contact can cause flickering. It's like turning the light on-and-off constantly, and will reduce bulb life. It can be caused by a bad light socket, or a poor electrical connection somewhere in the wires leading to the light (most likely right at the fixture). Flickering can cause the bad connection to get hot and possibly start a fire. If you don't locate the cause of the flickering and it affects all or many lights, you could have a bad neutral connection -- a dangerous situation. Another indication of a neutral problem; as larger appliances (washing machines/dish washers) cycle, lights will get quite noticeably brighter or dimmer (minor changes in intensity are normal). If you suspect this problem have either the electric company or an electrician check it out.

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Christmas Light Problem


Finding the Bad Bulblights1b.gif Ideally, the bad bulb will be dark while the rest of the string remains lit. But often that does not happen. The lights in these strings are basically in series, and any open connection, whether in a wire, at a socket, or even inside a bulb, will turn off that whole circuit. Normally the bulbs have a "shunt" which shorts the bulb when it experiences full line voltage. That leaves the bad bulb OFF, and the rest of that circuit ON, which shows which bulb to replace. Unfortunately, the shunt often fails to operate, and then an entire circuit is off. One possibility is to go down the string light-by-light and remove a bulb, test it, then put it back if it tests good. But not only is that a heck of a lot of work, it has the potential to make things much worse: When the string does not light up we cannot know that we have seated a bulb properly. These strings generally have sockets that work well enough as long as we leave the bulbs in the socket. But when we put a bulb in, we may have to try several times before the socket makes contact. Only when the string lights up do we know we have been successful in seating a bulb. So if we are working on a dark string, we might find the bad bulb, and yet have the string still not light because several of the bulbs we re-seated are not making good contact.

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We took the pot away from the heat and let it cool. After checking that it was assembled properly, put it back on a much lower heat setting and it is fine now. It appears that the heat on this pot has


Here is a detailed description of how the pressure cooker should work. The "fog horn" should not activate until the second red ring is out of the housing.

http://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooker-review-wmf-perfect-plus-rating/

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I have a 3L 22cm wmf perfect cooker which leaks, can you help?


Make sure the gasket is in the right position, the handle is placed on correctly and the slide on the handle is in the locking position. Here are more details on how to use this pressure cooker.

http://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooker-review-wmf-perfect-plus-rating/

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Can I get a copy of Chinese user manual for Perfect Pressure Cooker?


Here are all of the pressure cooker manuals for WMF pressure cookers:
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I just purchased a Cook's Essential 6 quart


Hi mnygreen3...
Yes, the steam will come out from under the "rocker" on the top of the pressure cooker, the "rocker" is the little part that sets on top of the vent of the pressure cooker to hold a certain amount of pressure inside of the cooker.
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Some of my Malibu lights don't come on. I have to tap on the light and then they will come on.


Go to any auto parts store and purchase a can of dielectrical grease. It is used for light bulbs for outside use. If you ever has changes a light bulb for your cars directions sytem did you notice the grease apllied to the inner socket? That is what thats for. It keeps a secure contact to the electrical circuit enven if the bulb is a little loose. Also it keeps the contacts from rusting away

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