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My jasi pressure cooker fusible plate blow and loosing pressure where can i buy one

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SOURCE: Replace handle on the bottom part of the pressure cooker

Anna. I am the King of 'fixit' rather than replace it. BUT PLEASE Don't even try. Pressure cookers have the potential to EXPLODE. First hand knowledge...my uncle was severely burned when his cooker exploded. If you try to 'fix it' and mess up, you, your family, friends my be spending time in the burn unit of the closest hospital. To replace a riveted handle requires the rivet to be drilled out....too easy to mess up and 'nick' the cooker causing a weak point. Don't do it. Take some Christmas money and buy a new one. Roger

Posted on Jan 03, 2015

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Paula deen pressure cooker. Can I use it for slow cooking? What is temp of keep warm? Could put lid on loose. Also, timing notches are mixed into keep warm button. I overcooked my first batch


A pressure cooker is NOT anything close to a slow cooker. The cooking philosophy are practically totally opposites. A pressure cooker basically cooks your food in a fraction of time because it is under pressure. A slow cooker takes hours.

The whole idea of using a pressure cooker is that it is sealed and applies pressure to cook the food faster. The lid needs to be sealed for the pressure cooker to operate properly. It is frequently referred to as "infusion" cooking now days.

You need to read the instruction book that came with the pressure cooker. Pressure cookers usually cook for less than an hour--my homemade pressure cooker spaghetti sauce is cooked in less than 30 minutes. They are nice and were very popular long before anyone thought of microwaves and slow cookers. However, there are some precautions to be taken. There must be water or liquid in a pressure cooker. The rubber seal needs to be cleaned frequently and, when the rubber seal warps/stretches and no longer seals, it needs to be replaced. There are also certain foods that CANNOT be cooked in a pressure cooker like rice, dry beans, etc. The pressure control valve operates to regulate the amount of pressure and releases extra pressure otherwise the unit would blow up (very dangerous!). Most pressure cookers (required on all new ones) have a small rubber emergency stopper that will "blow off" in case the pressure is too high. I've seen this happen and my mother cleaning potatoes & meat from the ceiling!

Mar 03, 2017 | Crock Pots & Slow Cookers

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The bottom of my pressure canner is bowed due to release valve blowing is the canner ruined


not totally ruined . it can be flattened some by putting a heavy plate of steel on it and giving it a smack with a good heavy hammer or if someone you know has a PRESS it can be pressed down some safely

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How can I purchase a manual for a Innova pressure cooker model number 42008


You don't have to buy it. You can download the INNOVA pressure cooker manual from here, for free!
http://www.hippressurecooking.com/fagor-innovain-pressure-cooker-manual/

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I do NOT know how to use i.e keep at pressure without burning stuff. This is my daughter's Sambonet pressure cooker, it has a strange looking style of lid lock down that is part of the pressurisation...


Pressure cookers rely on pressure and steam,
Do a dry run first...well not dry but with just water, (no food) especially if it's an old cooker.
Inspect for cracks or pinholes before you go ahead, a crack ANYWHERE in a pressure cooker makes it a bomb...or a flower pot.
Ensure all safety devices like the pressure regulator and blow out plug are in good condition and not plugged.
If some previous owner replaced the blow out plug with a bolt or something silly don't use the cooker till it's repaired.
Bring your pressure cooker slowly up to pressure over medium heat with an inch or two of water in the bottom.
When it starts to vent steam turn the heat down so the steam barely escapes, if it has a rocker weight it will wobble a couple times a minute.

Slow gentle heat is the trick. A cooker will run for hours like that without boiling dry.

A couple tips, use salt and spice sparingly, it's trapped in there and permeates the food.
Be careful with foods that expand on cooking like rice and dried things, they can get up and block the vents if they reach the lid.

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When installing steam release valve on 7 qt pressure cooker it is not tight but very loose


Thats the way it is supposed to be. if it was too tight, it would not automatically release when necessary.

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Steam is coming out from the floating lock pin but the timer is counting down. should steam be escaping while cooking under pressure?


Yes, otherwise the cooker would blow up from the pressure. This was a common problem with pressure cookers used on a stove from many years ago. Hope this helps!

Sep 26, 2010 | Wolfgang Puck 5-Quart Electronic Pressure...

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