Question about Rival Seal-A-Meal VS106 Vacuum Food Sealer
It may be that the gaskets are faulty. Vacuum will keep running trying to draw air out before sealing. If that is your problem I've been told you can order replacement gaskets from Rival, about $6/set 1-800-557-4825 and $8 shipping, so may want to stock up (prices were quoted from 2012). this part is not listed in the seal-a-meal website, only available by calling.
Posted on Mar 03, 2015
You can fix it yourself for $3 or so if you look for the thermal cutoff (a resister looking device) You can get this at a quality electronics supply. If you just cross the cutoff it will work but could be a fire hazard.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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