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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi i can help you. the steam vent on these appliances automaticallyopen and close as need be. you do not have to seat them.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
I just got a Saeco Aroma that has this issue, so keep that in mind as it may not apply to your machine.
Two things can cause this from what I can see: a defective brew head gasket (if the machine is very old the rubber can crack) it can crack) or a defective outlet valve.
In my case it was the latter: you need to remove the screen, then access the vallve body. On the Saeco, you simply unscrew it with a quarter. Inside is a stainless steel spring and a valve that would normally sit on the internal outlet tube. Mine was simply broken in three pieces. That makes it impossible to properly build pressure during warm up and, forces water up into the tank all the way to the top which them mixes with the steam during steaming.
The outlet valve, spring and valve body is a maintenance item that can be bought as a kit online for about $25. Or you can get the whole set of gaskets, o-rings, valve and spring for about $50 if like me you just got yourself a machine that simply needs its 5 year overhaul.
This outlet valve replacement is a 'one wrench' repair that can be easily done by any reasonably skilled handyman in less than 15 minutes.
Good luck, hope it helps putting it back in service if you still have it ;)
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
Replacement parts for the Wolfgang Puck pressure cookers are difficult to find and I just received an e-mail back from an earlier inquiry to the the company advising that parts are available here:
Not sure if your model is the BPCR0175 but if the part you require is not available on-line suggest you contact their Customer Service at 1-800-275-8273 or make an inquiry via their webform:
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
SOURCE: Still very new Tedelex pressure
My pressure cooker does that too, you would have to wait until the steam starts to come out a lot, then it will pop out and start building up pressure. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
Shanihulugal- please contact us at 1800-207-0806 x 127 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will replace the pressure cooker pot if the unit is defective.
Posted on Jun 08, 2012
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Don't worry - it's a sign that your pressure cooker is doing what it's supposed to do. When you first start cooking the pressure is too low to activate the red center which is the overpressure valve. The steam coming out is just a way of getting rid of any cold air that's inside the pressure cooker. If the steam continues to escape later on in the cooking process then you need to check that your overpressure valve is clean and that the red center button is in the correct place.
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