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Faberware Pressure Cooker Model Number: 58040

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If you’re looking for the Farberware Pressure Cooker MANUAL – you can download it from the Farberware Category in the library.

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  1. The recipe booklet for the ….Faberware Electric Pressure Cooker….which now we know is really the …WALMART PRESSURE COOKER….is the worst cookbook i have ever seen not to mention that the instructions that came with the cooker have a lot to be desired. I learned my lesson……….if WALMART makes it……don’t buy it because it is useless when it comes to instructions. I regret having this pressure cooker and will never recommend it, In the meantime, it would be nice if WALMART could come up with a better booklet for recipes

    1. Debra, Farberware is its own company. It only distributes through Walmart – as far as I know Walmart does not own the brand. However, you can use the recipe booklet form other manufacturers with your pressure cooker. You can view and download them from here:
      http://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooker-manual-library/

      Ciao,

      L

    2. You do know that Almaty is just the distributor… right? They don’t make the product.

    3. Why don’t you just google the recipe you want? The recipes are great and work just fine… maybe there’s a problem with the operator.

      1. I don’t think it is the operator. You seem to know so much answer this for me…..what is high and low on the Faberware pressure cooker. I see recipes on google and it will say……..cook on high pressure……..what is that? The Faberware doesn’t say…..is #5 for Soups/Stews…..is that high or is it medium or low pressure? Have fun converting recipes. If anyone knows what the temps are on the buttons of the Faberware I would appreciate. Debra

        1. Debra, both of the recent Farberware electric pressure cookers only operate at high pressure.

          For each manual we added to our library, you’ll see my notes about what pressure they operate, how to punch-in a custom pressure cooking time and the minimum liquid requirement.

        2. I have the same one and cannot figure it out. A guessing game that leads to wasted food! I hate this thing! I have what I wanted but cannot figure it out! Worthless

          1. Welcome, Angel. Take a look at my notes on your pressure cooker’s instruction manual – this page is just the recipe booklet!
            https://www.hippressurecooking.com/category/manuals/farberware/

            Ciao,

            L

    4. absolutely agree Debra!!!!!

    5. Debra, I agree with your comments about the Instruction Manual. It is one of the worst written manuals I’ve ever tried to read. And when you are new to pressure cooking that’s bad. Really bad. As for the product though, I’ve found it to work just fine. I have no complaints there.

    6. I also was excited about this product. I thought it did a lot more than it does. I have a pressure cooker at home that I have had for many years. I could have just stuck with the one I have had forever. This is absolutely the same thing. I will be returning this item. This is a joke. Very disappointed. Will definitely not recommend it to anyone else. Now I have to make another trip to Walmart to take it back which is aggravating also. Like I said if u have a pressure cooker at home already u definitely don’t want this product

    7. Most everyone agrees how awful the booklets are. I’ve never seen anyone who regrets buying Farberware pc. Everyone on FB loves it.

    8. I’m absolutely new to Pressure Cooking. The booklet that came in box is awful. Confusing. Directions to lengthy. Fewer words needed. Expected several recipes. I’ve searched for a cook book specific to my
      7-in-1, Farberware Pressure Cooker.
      Can anyone help.

    9. Debra, we’ve added several recipe booklets and manuals to the Faberware section of the website – see if you find any of them useful, here:
      https://www.hippressurecooking.com/category/manuals/farberware/

  2. I love my faberware pressure cooker I use it daily more than any other appliance in my home! I recommend it to everyone I meet. Pasta on the quick, rice, casseroles. I just need a recipe book because I feel like I have just scratched the surface . Clean up is so easy. I wish there was a larger version I would buy it. Thank you for a gees product.

    1. Kimberly, I haven’t found a Farberware recipe booklet, but you can use any of the recipes from other manufacturer’s booklets and, of course, this website!

      http://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooker-manual-library/

      Ciao,

      L

    2. Kimberly, how long did it take you to become familiar with how it works? I am using mine for the first time today, making 3 lbs of chicken wings for Sunday football and I went with a recipe I found online. Hope it works.

  3. For some one who has never used a pressure cooker Fabre ware has the worst directions ever I still don’t really know how to Cook the different kinds of food and what settings to put combinations of food on

  4. I just want to know how to set the Farberware PC up for a cheesecake – high pressure for 15-25 minutes – do I just use a setting and then change the time??? So confusing – but I would love some help in time to make my pumpkin cheesecake!!! MW

    1. Yes. If the cheesecake pan is 7 3/4 inces (20 cm) wide you can select to pressure cook it for 20 minutes with natural release. Also, leave it uncovered and when you remove the lid tilt it away from the cheesecake so the condensation doesn’t dribble on it.

      Happy Thanksgiving!

      L

    2. I still don’t know what setting to use for the cheesecake – I chose “chicken” setting and it was 25 minutes for the pumpkin cheesecake recipe I found online. The cheesecake was very wet all thru it. . . I don’t know how to do timed cook – There’s a button, but no book. It’s the Farberware PC – thanks for the info! MW

      1. Marylyn, I’ve uploaded the manual for your Faberware pressure cooker – on the page there are specific instruction on how to punch-in a custom cooking time. You can find it here:
        https://www.hippressurecooking.com/category/manuals/farberware/

        Ciao,

        L

  5. I don’t know the Farberware specifically, but Yes. Use a setting that uses high pressure. Then adjust the time to suit what you are cooking.

  6. What setting do you use for bone broth?

    1. Did you get an answer? I’m also trying to figure out corresponding pressure settings to the chicken-soup-vegies- etc buttons.

      1. Choose the “Chicken” program and adjust the pressure cooking time according to your bone broth recipe.

        I have just uploaded a copy of the manuals of the recent Farberware pressure cookers, and the page also includes information on pressures, minimum liquid requirements and how to punch-in a custom cooking time.
        https://www.hippressurecooking.com/category/manuals/farberware/

        Ciao,

        L

  7. Hello,

    I recently purchased the Farberware 7-in-1 Programmable Pressure Cooker Model WM-CS6016WP.

    It has 7 preset programs. How do I know which one is High Pressure or Low Pressure?

    How do I know which program to use to do hard boiled eggs, for example?

    Once I get this figured out, I’m sure I’ll be using it every day.

    Thanks,
    Julie

    1. Julie, your Farberware pressure cooker does not cook at low pressure.

      Ciao,

      L

  8. I know my male companion bought me the Farberware 7-in-1 programmable Pressure cooker for Xmas. I had my heart set on an instant pot. Is there enough difference to make it worth an exchange which is a touchy adventure or will this one be OK? My main objection is the nonstick pot instead of stainless steel. Will the recipes be interchangeable? I need an opinion.

    1. The recipes will likely be interchangeable – as many are between electric pressure cookers. However, if the recipe calls for pushing a specific button be aware that not all electrics have the same programs, and even if they do have programs with the same names they may actually work differently (at a different temperature and time).

      If the inner-pot is the real issue, there is nothing that can be done there. I did a little googling (because some brands will allow you to purchase an additional inner pot in a different material) and could not find a replacement stainless steel pot for the Faberware.

      Explain to your companion how much you appreciate his thoughtful gift and why you prefer not to cook in non-stick cookware. He might jump-in and offer to exchange it before you even have to ask. ; )

      Ciao,

      L

  9. Thanks Laura for your reply. I do not think him exchanging it is an option so guess I will make do with the one I received. I will “stay tuned” with your site and try to learn more about pressure cookery.

  10. I just got the Farber ware 7 in 1 pressure cooker yesterday for Christmas. I couldn’t wait to try it out, however I found the instruction manual to be useful. I was to the point that I decided it would be something that seemed likeep a good idea but ended up never getting used. I only wanted to make macaroni and as others said I couldn’t tell at all which settings were supposed to be low our high and in fact spent 20 minutes trying to decide where the over flow catcher was supposed to go. I finally looked on this site and then YouTube at tutorials and I made macaroni in 6 minutes which was awesome so now I can’t wait to try more, but at the same time I’m almost overwhelmed at the thought of trying to figure it out because the instructions are so vague.

  11. Whats the best recipe book to use.thats compadable to faberware7 in1. Pressure cooker…..

  12. How do I know low or high?

    I just tried Meatballs & penne, I used the beans button and adjusted time to 20 minutes instead of 35, but it had an “L” , I assume for LOW, my penne was too al dente, and my Meatballs were slightly burned.

    1. Christie, I can’t really help you with other people’s recipes but the pasta definitely should have been cooked in 35 minutes! Please refer to our pressure cooker pasta method – and apply this method and quantities to the recipe you were using:

      http://www.hippressurecooking.com/spicy-pressure-cooked-pasta-butterflies-the-secret-to-al-dente-pressure-cooker-pasta/

      Ciao,

      L

  13. I bought this product on Thanksgiving as well. Ive cooked several recipes in this using the pre set functions. I love it.
    However, I would (like everyone else) like to know which settings are considered or comparable to HIGH ,MEDIUM AND LOW ??
    Most of the recipes call for those settings.
    I bought all 3 of my adult children these for Christmas and look forward to sharing ideas and recipes.

    1. Cindy, what a lovely gift that keeps on giving for your whole family! Can you share the model number of the pressure cookers you bought so I can look at the instruction manual?

      Thanks!

      L

    2. Wm-cs6004w

      1. Cindy, your Farberware only pressure cooks at “High” pressure.

        Ciao,

        L

  14. I was wondering the same thing! I got model WM-CS6016WP as a Christmas gift and was trying to figure out which of the presets is high or low.

    1. All the pre-set pressure programs cook at “high” pressure (about 10psi).

      Ciao,

      L

  15. I was putting my pressure cooker together today because I wanted to start using it and the condensation cup broke while I was trying to put it on. Now it says I can’t use the cooker. Help please

    1. Sarah, it’s OK. You can use your pressure cooker without the condensation cup. Just put a towel underneath where the liquid will dribble out from the edge.

      Ciao,

      L

  16. I came to this site with the same question many others had, which still hasn’t been answered: what is the equivalent to low, medium, and high? I received this as a Christmas gift but can’t properly use it without having the above information. My model # is WM-CS6004W.

    1. HAs anyone figured this out? I have everything in the pot for bone broth and now …….crickets……crickets….

      1. Angela and BLVNU – the Farberware electric pressure cooker only cooks at “High” pressure.

        Ciao,

        L

  17. HI everyone, I can’t seem to get a copy of the new manual to take a look at it for you. I wrote to Faberware asking for one, and this is what they told me:

    Thanks for your message, Laura. Our parent company, Meyer Corporation, services and distributes Farberware® cookware, bakeware and stovetop teakettles so unfortunately, we don’t have information on your pressure cooker.

    If one of you would be so kind as to scan, or photograph it, and e-mail it to me, I will share it online and figure out the answer to these questions from the specs.

    Thanks!

    L

    1. Have you received a scanned copy yet? If not, I can do it.

      1. Roger, I have a very fuzzy set of photographs. Would love to receive a scanned copy! Just reply to the e-mail alert you received about a new comment!

        Thanks,

        L

      2. THANK YOU for scanning your manual for us, Roger!

        Ciao,

        L

  18. I also have a Farberware cooker, model number, WM-CS6004W and have the same question about what buttons to push for various recipes! I have figured out START and STOP, and I can push the MENU button to get a preset. However, the accompanying manual is so-o-o detailed that it’s really hard to follow and understand. All I want to know now is how to use TIME COOK and DELAY TIMER buttons.

  19. I agree with the lack of info in the book. It doesn’t tell you what low or high is on the pot, just has preset buttons. None for pork or beef. Tried the roast button but ended up using the chicken for beef and pork as it seems to work better. Some recipes say cook at high for 30 mins, but I don’t know what high is on the pot. It is so vague.

    1. Heather, your pressure cooker does not cook at “low” pressure. All of the pre-sets are high pressure.

      Ciao,

      L

  20. I thought that the machine would not start the timer until it had built up pressure. I followed the recipe to the letter and the clock started long before pressure was achieved.

  21. I too am trying to find out which preset is high pressure on the farberware 7 in 1. Instructions are worthless.

    1. Danniele, all the pre-sets cook at high pressure.

      Ciao,

      L

  22. I got this on Black Friday at Walmart, SUPER EXCITED to use it, but I find the instructional papers that came with it a bit confusing. I have tried YouTube and it seems none of the pressure cookers are the same as the one I got. Pretty much going to try it one more time, if not…..IT’S GETTING RETURNED!

  23. I tried the chicken with herbs and it came out great. While preparing the taco soup it stated to mix the dry seasonings with WATER but no water was listed in ingredients. I found other recipes of taco soup online and decided on 3/4 cup. I may adjust if it’s too watery. But it makes me wonder if other recipes have errors!

    1. I also noticed there was no water in the recipe. I added about 1/2 cup of water. It seemed OK

  24. Does anyone know which “program” I would use to do hard boiled eggs?

    1. All the pressure programs on your cooker reach high pressure – try a test egg at say, soup, and see how you like it.

      Ciao,

      L

  25. hi everyone. i run a facebook group called FARBERWARE 7-IN-1 PROGRAMMABLE PRESSURE COOKER USERS. it’s for owners of both the 1st and 2nd generation electric pressure cookers who love their machine but can’t make heads nor tails from the Users Manual! we are a quickly growing group of over 2k members in less than a year online, and we help one another out, offer recipes and we have NO drama… we are open to all PC users, but specifically aim all posts towards the Farberware model. Please come join us. https://www.facebook.com/groups/936597149728226/

    Christine Barr, Admin.

    to hippressurecooking admins, i do hope this is allowable. we reference your site often and hope we can help one another out! thanks so much for all you do for PC users everywhere- you are the best on the ‘net! ~CB

    1. Welcome Christine, thanks for sharing the info of your Facebook group – we’re not big fans of drama either. Let’s just get dinner made and support each other!

      Ciao,

      L

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