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Re: keeping the pressure cooker at 15 PSI..... [Re: Oatman2000]
    #5198116 - 01/19/06 10:36 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Sorry for being abrupt! But, this a serious matter IMO. Valves like that are built very commonly. Nothing special at all I mean. When that valve's in the down position, there shouldn't be air or steam escaping from it until the pressure starts to rise a bit. And then, all you should here is a puff every few minutes @ 15psi or whatever pressure your using. If it leaks in the down position it needs to be unscrewed completely and cleaned thouroghly. That sterilizer in the pic I showed was manufactured in 1927. It's still in great shape to this day because of good care and maintanance. No harm intended at all guys. I just don't want you to get injured or for someone else to be mislead....


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Re: keeping the pressure cooker at 15 PSI..... [Re: Hotnuts]
    #5198255 - 01/19/06 11:33 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

but your the only one miss leading people


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Re: keeping the pressure cooker at 15 PSI..... [Re: onetime]
    #5198262 - 01/19/06 11:36 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

LOL! You have to be kidding right? By no means am I misleading anyone. Forget it! Do what ya want to. Poke an eye out or someone elses....


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Re: keeping the pressure cooker at 15 PSI..... [Re: Hotnuts]
    #5199973 - 01/19/06 08:48 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

OOOOHH now I get what you meant. I may have written something wrong or maybe you read it wrong. But we are in agreement!

What you described is what is happening. (The working correctly part, I mean.)

When the valve is screwed in completely and the valve is in the down position, NOTHING escapes until the pressure reaches the danger zone except those small puffs you talk about. Then it will expell with a loud hissing sound and steam will come out. Then, once it is below that point again, it will build up more pressure.


As for a model number. Nope. Nothing. There is a patent number, but I tried searching for that on the net before. Nada.


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Re: keeping the pressure cooker at 15 PSI..... [Re: tokey666]
    #5200454 - 01/19/06 10:53 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Man, i'm glad you have got it. I've been worried about you sorta. lol! PC's are tricky indeed. Just get to know your cooker and please take the advice i've given you above. That's basic advice for any pressure cooker. Not that everyone above didn't try to do their best to help you out. And oddly, it worked. But, if that valve were to work itself loose through a pc run and come firing off of the lid, there would be damage in some sort. Hopefully not to you or a friend. PC's are time bombs that can back fire on you.....

And right! That valve will not pop up until the pressure exceeds 25 or more psi. It differs with all PC's. But, is mostly consistant. It's for your safety and for releasing air during the warm up so you get nothing but steam pressure for your pc run. And, for releasing the pressure after the pc run. Good luck...


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Re: keeping the pressure cooker at 15 PSI..... [Re: Hotnuts]
    #5202387 - 01/20/06 01:06 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Yeah, I tried to find you an online owners manual but, the company has been out of buisness for quite some time...


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