with the instructions. Please well keep the instruction manual Close supervision is necessary when the pressure cooker is used near children.
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2 IMPORTANTS SAFEGUARDS When u sing pressure cookers, basic safety precautions should always be followed: 1. Read all instructions before operation. 2. Do not operate while unattended. 3. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs. 4. Close supervision is necessary when the pre ssure cooker is used near children. 5. DO NOT allow children to operate under any circumstance. 6. Do not place the pressure cooker in a heated oven. 7. Extreme caution must be used when moving a pressure cooker containing hot liquids. 8. Do not use pr essure cooker for other than intended use. 9. Never immerse product in water or other liquids. 10. This appliance cooks under pressure. Improper use may result in scalding injury. 12. Do not fill the unit over 2/3 full. When cooking foods that expand during cooking such as rice or dried vegetables, do not fill the unit over 1/2 full. Over filling may cause a risk of clogging the vent pipe and developing excess press ure. Failure to follow this procedure can result in injury to person(s) and/or damage to the unit. 13. Be aware that certain foods, such as applesauce, cranberries, pearl barley, oatmeal or other cereals, split peas, noodles, macaroni, rhubarb, or spaghet ti can foam, froth, and sputter, and clog the pressure release device (steam vent). These foods should not be cooked in a pressure cooker. 14. When the normal operating pressure is reached, turn the heat down so all the liquid which creates the steam does not evaporate. 15. Always check the pressure release devices for clogging before use. 16. Do not open the pressure cooker until the unit has cooled and all internal pressure has been released. If the handles are difficult to push apart, this indicates t hat the cooker is still pressurized do not force it open. Any pressure in the cooker can be hazardous. See Operating Instructions. 17. Do not use this pressure cooker for pressure frying with oil.
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3 18. DO NOT place the product near flammable materials o r use in a humid environment. 19. DO NOT damage the Seal Belt and DO NOT replace it with anything other than the replacement belt designated for this unit. 20. DO NOT tamper with the Steel Ring in the Lid (2) with any tools or external forces. If the S teel Ring is damaged, please stop using immediately and replace the Lid. 21. Clean the Filter (17) regularly to keep the cooker clean. 22. NEVER use additional weight on the Pressure Limiting Valve (3) or replace the Pressure Limiting Valve (3) with anyt hing not intended for use with this unit. 23. The surface of contact between the Inner Pot (6) and the Electronic Heater (14) should always be clean. DO NOT use the Inner Pot with other heating sources. DO NOT replace the Inner Pot with a container other than what is recommended by the manufacturer. 24. The Inner Pot consists of a non – stick layer surface. To avoid scratching the non – stick surface, please use wooden or plastic utensils. 25. Food should not be kept warm for more than 4 hours in order to m aintain the freshness of the food. The pressure cooker should not be used for more than 6 hours continuously. Serious Injury and/or damage may occur if any safeguards are ignored. 26. If steam releases around the Lid (2) during the cooking process, please unplug from the power supply immediately, let cool, remove contents and return the product to the manufacturer for exchange or repair. The Pressure Discharging Device has activated. This is a safeguard to alert the user that the Pressure Limiting Device i s malfunctioning 27. If there is any malfunction of the cooker during the cooking process, please stop using the device and return to the manufacturer for repair or exchange. 28. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces. 29. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts. 3 0 . Do not operate this appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after it malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. Bring it to a qual ified technician for examination, repair or electrical or mechanical adjustment. DO NOT disassemble the product, or replace parts with parts not intended for this
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4 unit. 3 1 . Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into the wall outlet. To dis connect, turn any control to off, then remove plug from wall outlet. 3 2 . Do not use outdoors. 3 3 . Do not place on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven. 3 4 . Any other servicing should be performed by an authorized service representat ive. 3 5 . The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the appliance manufacturer may cause injuries. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY SAFETY WARNING: Th ere is a potential risk of fire, electric shock or injury to persons if the pr oduct is not used as instructed. Protection against electric shock is assured only if the main power cord is connected to a properly grounded 1 20V | 6 0Hz power receptacle. for commercial use. Dry locations only. to the instructions. All parts and accessories must be the original provided from manufacturer. All other parts or accessories that is not i ntended for use with this appliance is strictly prohibited. highly not recommended. LED ERROR INDICATOR Indicator code Problems/Causes E1 Open Circuit of the Sensor E2 Short Circ uit of the Sensor E3 Overheating E4 Signal Switch Malfunction
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5 ABOUT YOUR PRESSURE COOKE This digital pressure cooker uses advanced technology so you and your family can enjoy the benefits of better, faster and healthier cooking.Your Pres sure Cooker seals in steam to cook hotter and faster while maintaining important nutrients for healthier meals.Cooking fast and with less water saves vital natural resources and energy! market.It may seem like a complicated unit but rest assured, this pressure cooker is simple to use, makes meals quick and easy, and overall it saves you money! Please accept our thanks for purchasing our Pressure Cooker and Enjoy! PRESSURE COOKER WITH MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS le functions for cooking, stewing, braising and simmering. on the unit. a power failure, the unit will automatically renew the cooking cycle where the unit left off when the power resumes. RAPID COOKING; TIME & POWER SAVING and high temperature, food will be cooked much more rapidly.This will reduce the cooking time and consumption of power. For example:when cooking rice, this pressure cooker will save up to 20% of the electricity and up to 15% of the time when compared to a conventional rice cooker. When cooking stew, soups or braising meats, this cooker will save more than 40% of time and more than 45% of power as compared to a conventional slow cooker. Cooking can also be done at high altitudes. PRESERVES NUTRIENTS & PROMOTES HEALTHY EATING
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7 GLASS LID ASSEMBLY Your Pressure Cooker is equipped with a Tempered Glass Lid (2 0 ) that can be used with the STEAM,or SLOW COOK functions. Please do not use this Glass Lid (2 0 ) with any other functions on this Pr essure Cooker. Assembly of the Knob on the Glass Lid will require a Phillips Screwdriver (not included). Follow the diagram to assemble the knob on the Glass Lid (2 0 ). 1. Handle 2. Handle Base 3. Glass Lid Body 4. Silicon Gasket 5. Gasket 6. M4 Screw RUBBER SEAL RING ASSEMBLY Always ensure the Rubber Seal Ring (18) is securely fitted onto the metal X – shaped ring in the interior of the Lid (2). Make sure the crease in the Rubber Seal Ring (18) meets with the outside of t he X – Ring all the way around. Then place the X – Ring and Rubber Seal Ring (18) back into the Lid (2) making sure the hole in the center of the X – Ring’s cross – section is lined up with the metal pin in the center of the Lid (2). Press down firmly until the X – Ring is secured onto the Lid (2) .
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8 BEFORE FIRST USE Model Voltage / Frequency Power Working pressure Maximu m pressure Keep warm temperature 048 – GM – 48257 1 20V/ 6 0Hz 8 00W 0 – 70KPa 90KPa 140°F – 175°F 048 – GM – 48258 1 20V/ 6 0Hz 10 00W 0 – 70KPa 90KPa 140°F – 175°F 048 – GM – 48259 1 20V/ 6 0Hz 12 00W 0 – 70KPa 90KPa 140°F – 175°F 048 – GM – 48260 1 20V/ 6 0Hz 14 00W 0 – 70KPa 90KPa 140°F – 175°F 048 – GM – 48261 1 20V 6 0Hz 16 00W 0 – 70KPa 90KPa 140°F – 175°F 1. Remove packaging materials such as cardboard, plasti cs or Styrofoam and discard appropriately. 2. Clean all the parts by wiping with a soft damp cloth or sponge and dry thoroughly. LID ASSEMBLY: How to open the lid: Hold the handle (1) firmly, turn the lid (2) clockwise until it loosens and lift vertical ly.(Figures 1 – 2 ) Note : For new units, the seal of the lid (2) may be slightly stronger than normal and may be slightly difficult to unlock. Once the lid (2) has been opened and closed several times, it will loosen up. 1 2 How to close the lid : H old the handle (1) and close it downwards at the Opened Lid position (Figure 3 ). Turn counter – clockwise until you reach the Closed Lid position. (Figure 4 ).
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9 3 4 PREPARING YOUR PRESSURE COOKER 1. Opening the l id : Hold the handle (1) firmly, turn the lid (2) clockwise until it loosens and lift vertically. (Figures 5 – 6 ) 5 6 2. Remove the inner pot (6) and add desired ingredients. The amount of water and food should not exceed 4/5 of the height of the inner Pot (6) (Figure 7 ). For food that will expand in water, the level should not exceed 3/5 of the Inner Pot (6) (Figure 8 ). The minimum level for cooking would be 1/5 of the Inner Pot (6) (Figure 9 ). 7 8 9 3. Be certain the inner receptacle, where the Electronic Heater is located, is clean and dry before inserting the Inner Pot (6) into the pressure cooker and adjust the pot left and right to ensure optimal contact bet ween the Inner Pot and the Electronic Heater ( Figure 10 ). 10 4 . Closing the Lid : Make sure the Rubber Seal Ring (18) is fitted properly onto the inner part of the lid (2). Observe the Rubber Seal Ring (18) inside the lid (2) and ensure that it is evenly fitted onto the track. (Caution: If the rubber seal ring is damaged, do not use the pressure cooker. Contact Customer Service to repair or replace.) 5. Lift the lid (2) from the rested position. Close the lid (2). Hold the handle (1) and turn it Counter –
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10 11 12 6. that the Float Valve ( 5 ) sinks. 7. When adjusting the Pressure Limiting Valve (3) to either the “Airtight” or the “Exhaust” positions, line up the marking on the Pressure Limiting Valve (3) with the arrow on the Handle (1). NOTES & TIPS 1. Please note that the Pressure Limiting Valve (3) will be loose when you are not using the unit for cooking. It will rock slightly and will turn 360° manually. Once the pressure cooker is in operation and the pressure has built up to its capacity, the Pressure Limiting Valve (3) will tighten but on the surface it will resemble a bobble – head, on ly allowing itself to be turned again. 2. During the Pressure Building process, you may notice steam or pressure escaping from the Pressure Limiting Valve (3). Carefully adjust the valve b y moving it gently or turning it side to side gently using tongs or similar utensil until it seals properly. If any steam is escaping around the lid, it means that the Rubber Seal Ring (18) may not have completed a tight seal when the lid was locked. Can cel the cooking process, release pressure manually or naturally, remove the lid and check the Rubber Seal Ring (18). Reposition the lid and ensure that it is secure. Start the cooking process again. Please note that steam escaping from the Valve (3) or a round the lid is normal for the first 5 minutes or so of the cooking process. If it continues beyond 10 minutes, please turn the knob c ounter – position and follow the instructions to release all the pressure before removing the lid to check the Valve or the Rubber Seal Ring. 3. * * At any point during the selection process or the cooking process, you can turn the knob c ounter – position to cancel your selection or to cancel the cooking process.
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