Question about Wmf/Usa 2.5qt Stainless Steel Perfect Plus Pressure Cooker
Here are detailed instructions on how to use it. It sounds like the slide on the handle was not set to the locking position:
Posted on Jan 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just called their customer service (used the number on their website) for the same problem, and they are sending a replacement out in a week!! Awesome customer service!!
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
I just took my lid apart on my rice cooker. My suggestion for dealing with the dirty stainless steel cover under the vent hole is to not look at it! The lid is not designed to come apart. I had to pry the top cover off of the lid. Once again just don't look in the vent hole and everything will be fine. (sorry about the bold letters my bold got stuck.) Have fun with the yuck in the vent hole.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
As much as I hate to say it, these things are built so cheaply that they are meant to be "throw-away" when something goes wrong with them. I checked the Rival website, and they don't show anything as a replacment item for these crock pots.
It so happens I have the same issue with a rice cooker. Wife dropped the lid shortly after we received the cooker as a gift. We use a plate to cover it now.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Testimonial: "I found a metal lid from one of my pots that fit wonderfully. Thanks"
The steam tray as you call it goes on the inside bottom of the cooker. It's purpose is to keep the cooking rice separated from the heating element during the steaming process. The basic measurement is 2 parts water to 1 part rice. Add a quarter cup more water for brown rice. The automatic shut-off won't turn off until the water is gone. It's magic! Cleaning; soak the cook pot and perforated plate to remove rice goo DO NOT USE STEEL WOOL PADS or abrasive cleanser. I use a nylon dish cleaning brush to remove the stuck on brown material.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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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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