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From: BobK (c-24-9-70-251.hsd1.co.comcast.net)
Subject:         Re: Is this normal operation?
Date: August 28, 2005 at 4:47 am PST

In Reply to: Is this normal operation? posted by Adenosine on August 26, 2005 at 12:16 am:

An altitude of 2000 feet will reduce pressure by about 2 pounds per square inch, so I doubt that is the problem.

If you could open the pressure cooker after only 5 minutes of a natural release I suspect that you did not let the pressure cooker come to full pressure. You should experiment by using water only until you get used to the sounds and sight of your PC. Did you receive a manual with the PC? If so, you should read it particularly the section on maintaining pressure.

What make and model of PC did you buy? Some PC's do not operate at 15 pounds of pressure this may contribute to the problem.

If you have a first generation model you will only have sound to guide you as to when you have reached full pressure. Post the type of pressure cooker you have and I will describe what you should look for to judge when you have reached full pressure.

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