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Hi Daisy,
This is specifically sent from the manual:
For the Yogurt program, the unit will heat up to 181.40 °F,… see more
Hi Daisy,
This is specifically sent from the manual:
For the Yogurt program, the unit will heat up to 181.40 °F,
will boil for 5 minutes, then it stops and cools down
naturally. It will beep 10 times as reminder when it finishes
boiling and beep 10 times again when temperature
drops down to 114.80 °F, at which the display reads
"Yogt". Press "Adjust" to select desired temperature.
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Hi Daisy,
This is specifically sent from the manual:
For the Yogurt program, the unit will heat up to 181.40 °F,
will boil for 5 minutes, then it stops and cools down
naturally. It will beep 10 times as reminder when it finishes
boiling and beep 10 times again when temperature
drops down to 114.80 °F, at which the display reads
"Yogt". Press "Adjust" to select desired temperature.
Thanks

Modern Kitchen Shop
Seller · April 22, 2015
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They don't recognize unauthorized sellers because there is a strong possibility of it being aftermarket (a return or throwaway that someone dug out the garbage and sold as new) or a knockoff. Ebay is a secondary seller. Very few companies will warranty something bought this way unless you buy it from an authorized seller.
Regina
· November 3, 2019
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I have a 6qt but I am sure they are similar. You put the lid on in the manner described in the instruction book and turn it about 3 inches and it should click into place with an audible " CLICK "
William G. Palmer
· March 25, 2018
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What do you want to do? If you want to cook some rice or some meat or make a stew, you don’t need to buy anything more-it comes with accessories.
kim tran
· February 5, 2018
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In some ways yes, others no...
Food won't stick to pan, is much better than teflon, I have a couple ceramic coated pans now over 20yrs and still going. Always use wood or plastic utensils and make sure somethings in the pan while heating. Most get messed up being turned on with nothing in them, burns the coating up on… see more
In some ways yes, others no...
Food won't stick to pan, is much better than teflon, I have a couple ceramic coated pans now over 20yrs and still going. Always use wood or plastic utensils and make sure somethings in the pan while heating. Most get messed up being turned on with nothing in them, burns the coating up on pans bottom then food sticks.
Stainless' food sticks unless a bunch of oil/pam is used on a lot of foods. But' it will outlast most owners so I prefer stainless but ceramic is great too..Teflon they can keep it's simply garbage. Also' the copper coating today is not as good as ceramic. see less
In some ways yes, others no...
Food won't stick to pan, is much better than teflon, I have a couple ceramic coated pans now over 20yrs and still going. Always use wood or plastic utensils and make sure somethings in the pan while heating. Most get messed up being turned on with nothing in them, burns the coating up on pans bottom then food sticks.
Stainless' food sticks unless a bunch of oil/pam is used on a lot of foods. But' it will outlast most owners so I prefer stainless but ceramic is great too..Teflon they can keep it's simply garbage. Also' the copper coating today is not as good as ceramic.

Told You So
· March 28, 2017
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The 12 qt is 1500 watts. Not sure what wattage the 10 qt is.
Amazon Customer
· January 5, 2018
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I had this problem once all I had to do is shut it off allow it to cool down for 10-15 minutes and then restart that is a problem sometimes with using saute the unit is too hot to start a pressure cycle. Another way you can do it is to set it for the what you're going to cook and it will not go to pressure cycle until… see more I had this problem once all I had to do is shut it off allow it to cool down for 10-15 minutes and then restart that is a problem sometimes with using saute the unit is too hot to start a pressure cycle. Another way you can do it is to set it for the what you're going to cook and it will not go to pressure cycle until you lock the lid on so you have it all the time it's warming up that you can add ingredients or saute in it without using the salt taste cycle once you have it loaded just install the lid lock it and set it and forget it see less I had this problem once all I had to do is shut it off allow it to cool down for 10-15 minutes and then restart that is a problem sometimes with using saute the unit is too hot to start a pressure cycle. Another way you can do it is to set it for the what you're going to cook and it will not go to pressure cycle until you lock the lid on so you have it all the time it's warming up that you can add ingredients or saute in it without using the salt taste cycle once you have it loaded just install the lid lock it and set it and forget it
Ralph A. Shores
· December 1, 2016
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It is 8.5 inches depth by 12 inches diameter.
Elizabeth Liedtke
· February 4, 2020
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Not sure this will help but, on top at back u will see a knob turn it right till u fell it get a little snug.it will not get tight. Just kinda snug. U might have to add HALF a cup liquid more no more than that. If u do not get the knob snug on top it will let all liquid escape as steam and yes your stuff it pit will st… see more Not sure this will help but, on top at back u will see a knob turn it right till u fell it get a little snug.it will not get tight. Just kinda snug. U might have to add HALF a cup liquid more no more than that. If u do not get the knob snug on top it will let all liquid escape as steam and yes your stuff it pit will stick possible burn..once u get it snug u shouldn't hear a hissing sound or see steam. If u do . I take a thick hand towel and turn the knob a smidge more. If you DO NOT GET towel thick YOU will get burnt. But hissing sound will stop it's not losing steam your items in pot shouldn't stick or burn. see less Not sure this will help but, on top at back u will see a knob turn it right till u fell it get a little snug.it will not get tight. Just kinda snug. U might have to add HALF a cup liquid more no more than that. If u do not get the knob snug on top it will let all liquid escape as steam and yes your stuff it pit will stick possible burn..once u get it snug u shouldn't hear a hissing sound or see steam. If u do . I take a thick hand towel and turn the knob a smidge more. If you DO NOT GET towel thick YOU will get burnt. But hissing sound will stop it's not losing steam your items in pot shouldn't stick or burn.
D kilp
· February 10, 2020
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Good morning Super Kessa, Ferret Whisperer Extraordinaire,
Yes you can make different styles of potatoes in the pressure cooker! As long as you have a good recipe and plenty of water. If you have nay questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.

Modern Kitchen Shop
Seller · June 9, 2015