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I need to replace the sealing ring/gasket for a Deni 9700 pressure cooker. I've read that Deni is out-of-business.

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Posted on Mar 14, 2018

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Hi, if you give me the details of your location(country) I can help you out.. Waiting for your word. :)

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robotek

Posted on May 05, 2008

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SOURCE: need a new rubber seal for the lid

Need to have new rubber installed on my pressure cooker lid, but cannot find anyone to do it. Presto says they do not do the labor but will send me the rubber???? Any suggestions?

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

micromatikal
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Ok no problem, are you in the USA or the UK? They are known for being a UK brand so want to make sure.

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Tim

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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SOURCE: I HAVE A WOLFGANG PUCK

Replacement parts for the Wolfgang Puck pressure cookers are difficult to find and I just received an e-mail back from an earlier inquiry to the the company advising that parts are available here:

http://www.wpcookware.com/categories.asp?cat=29

Not sure if your model is the BPCR0175 but gaskets are available on-line for the models shown; you may want to confirm compatibilty with their Customer Service at 1-800-275-8273 or make an inquiry via their webform:

http://www.wpcookware.com/contact.asp

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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SOURCE: Looking for place to order replacement Seal Ring

Replacement parts for the Wolfgang Puck pressure cookers are available here:

http://www.wpcookware.com/categories.asp?cat=29

If you do not see the part you require or are unsure about the model number; suggest you contact their Customer Service at 1-800-275-8273 or via their webform at:

http://www.wpcookware.com/contact.asp

Sorry someone has not responded sonner.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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Now do you see how the rubber ring has a groove around it on the inside? Push your thumb into the groove and work it around the ring, you're trying to spread the rubber V out.

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In the future store your cooker with the lid upside down on top, keeping it closed will ruin the seal.

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