|Handle Length||12 in||Product Depth (in.)||13 in|
|Product Height (in.)||13||Product Width (in.)||14|
|Appliance Type||Pressure Cooker||Capacity (L)||5.68|
|Capacity (oz.)||192||Capacity (qt.)||6|
|Color/Finish||Stainless Steel||Color/Finish Family||Stainless|
|Features||Attachable/detachable, LCD Display, Removable Lid||Handle Material||Plastic|
|Heat Source||Electric||Includes||Measuring Cup|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Number of Lid Locks||1|
|Number of Pieces||8||Number of Temperature/Cooking Controls||14|
|Preset Cooking Options||Meat, Poultry, Rice, Soup||Product Weight (lb.)||14|
|Returnable||90-Day||Small Appliances Color Family||Grey|
|Small Electric Product Type||Pressure Cooker||Style||Classic, Modern, Transitional|
|Wattage (watts)||900 W|
|Certifications and Listings||UL Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year Limited Warranty|
A: Don't believe so, it appears to be teflon type, dark gray, not white material.
A: It has worked fine, for the price for pressure cookers. Had another brand before this one, it worked better but paid more then doubIe the price.
A: I think so, I've had mine a while and it still cleans up easy and cooks quick
A: I have had this for severaI years, I'm not sure if its ceramic, I think not! I wouId have broken it by now, if it was!!
A: I don’t know. I have been using it for a few years. I noticed the coating has been removed in some spots on the bottom of the pot. The great thing is that it is still non-stick. I’d buy it again and I recommend it.
A: Yes, this can be used for canning.
A: The manual that came with it is all there is and it's worthless!
A: By viewing the outside and using some common sense, you can reason it out. If their is a missing manuaI.
A: No you have to kind of learn your way around it or buy pressure or slow cooker cook book.
A: Not really. But for a pressure cooker it can be general. I just look at pressure cooker recipes on line.
A: I use the program settings, for best resuIts.
A: From what you describe it sounds like maybe the valve did not get pushed up all the way by the steam at the start of the cooking process. Check to make sure the valve can move up and down freely and is not obstructed. The other possibility is the silicone ring around the large disc in the lid was installed upside down. It's difficult to tell, but it does only have one correct placement orientation.
A: Just wiggle the air release into the lowest position. It will stop. When it’s quiet, you’re in business.
A: When it gets up to pressure a little steam escapes all they the cycle to maintain pressure. That's probably the sounds you heard.
A: The steam reIease knob is probaby set wrong aIIowing steam to escape.
A: The sound of steam and a sound of reIease vaIve (POP). In the beginning is a you shouId hear.
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