Farberware 1st Gen 7-1 Electric Pressure Cooker
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Faberware Pressure Cooker Model Number: WM-CS6004W

Manufacturer Website: Farberware

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hip info:

Electric pressure multi-cooker that only cooks at “high” pressure of 70kpa (approx 10psi) for all cooking programs except for “Slow Cook” (P1)  and “Brown/Sear ” (P9).

No minimum liquid requirement is noted for this cooker in the manual, so be sure to use at least 1 1/2 cups of liquid (standard for most electric pressure cookers) for all pressure recipes.

When setting a custom cooking time for this cooker, select any program from P2 to P8 and adjust the cooking time according to the recipe – note the P3 “Rice/Risotto” program will not let you adjust the cooking time.

According to readers, the “Slow Cook” setting operates like the “low” setting from a conventional slow cooker. Make sure to bring the recipe to a boil with the saute’ setting, before switching to the “Slow Cook” setting and to use it with the lid on and the valve closed.

Farberware 7-IN-1 (1st gen) Pressure Cooker Error Codes

Error CodeMeaningRecommended Actions
E1Bottom sensor open circutUnplug the unit, let it cool completely, and then restart.
E2Bottom sensor short circutUnplug the unit, let it cool completely, and then restart.
C1OverheatUnplug the unit, let it cool completely, and then restart.
E8Pressure protection not working.Contact the retailer or manufacturer for replacement if withing the warranty period.
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  1. Can you explain more about the use of the lid when using slow cooker program. Thanks

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