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Faberware Pressure Cooker Model Number: WM-CS6016WP

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”, “Keep Warm”  and “Sear “.

When setting a custom cooking time for this cooker, select any program (Vegetable/Steam, Soup/Stew, Bean/Lentils, Chicken or Roast) and adjust the cooking time according to the recipe – note the “Rice/Risotto” cooking times are not adjustable.

The minimum liquid requirement is noted as 2 cups (500ml).

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  1. I have this cooker, and it does a fantastic job. The booklet/manual was not very helpful, but the cooker is well made and we have had excellent results. Finding good information on sites like this makes our efforts successful.

  2. You say chose the cook setting and then increase the time! How do you do that? I set my pork roast to chicken … 20 minutes but I need it at 55 minutes. The + button won’t increase the time. So frustrated

  3. Hi Kelly,
    On the right side of the panel, you will see a “time cook” button and a “+” sign button. First you would select “chicken”. Then click on the “time cook” button, then use the “+” button to increase the time to what you need. Then press the start button.
    The process is the same for increasing the time for the other cycles, although I understand that you cannot increase the “sear” time.
    My hubby found the info in the booklet when we needed it…..I did not figure it out on my own. The booklet does not explain things well, so it takes some time to find the needed info..
    I hope this helps…….good cooking!

    1. Is there any way to adjust the temperature? I have a recipe that states I need to have it on a medium temperature for an hour. I chose the chicken setting and added my minutes, but I’m not sure if the chicken setting is for medium. I wish this had a better manual!

      1. I read on a site that our model of Farberware cooker only cooks at high pressure. So, I just adjust my cook times accordingly. I was glad to get that info. I still love my cooker….

    2. Where is the “chicken” button? I’m trying to cook eggs for 4 minutes and can’t get the time any lower than 10 minutes

  4. Recipe says set to sauté (to cook a few onions). But I do not have a sauté. What do I use in place of this? I am not a good cook so I need to follow a recipe step by step with all words.

    1. Susan, choose the “chicken” program. The goal is to turn on the heating element – don’t worry it can’t pressure cook without the lid. ; )

      When you’re finished sauteeing and have added the other ingredients and liquid, cancel out and – if by any chance you had planned to use the chicken program, anyway – re-start the program but with the lid on this time.


    2. Susan, the “”sear” choice will heat the pan and let you saute the onions with the lid off. Once you have done the onions, you can cancel the program and then select whatever program you wish to use to finish cooking.

      1. Carolyn, Thanks. I’ll try that. There are other recipes that also have instructions on using a certain selection that I do not have on the button options. This 7 in 1 isn’t to posted on line for recipes that use these selections. The ones in the book don’t sound to appealing. I’ll keep looking.

  5. The book is awful; never even refers to chicken setting and the instructions to reduce time don’t work

  6. Can you prepare frozen meat in the pressure cooker?

  7. Steam is leaking out around the lid of my cooker, on the top in between where the metal and black plastic come together. I checked all the trouble shooting tips and I think there might be residue between the gasket and the lid and the booklet says to remove residue but I done know how. Can I take apart the lid to wash the pieces individually? I don’t want to break anything.

    1. I am having the same leaking problem. Mine will not even build pressure right now.

      Last time this happened, I wiggled the little red relief valve and it started working. Now, that does t fix the problem.

      I am so frustrated!!

  8. Well I am going to try to call customer service and see if they can help me fix it over the phone, I think it needs to be fully taken apart and cleaned but I’m not certain, I did tt someone in customer service and they told me really fast how to do and it was complicated, I felt like he was rushing me off the phone so I hung up with him, if I can figure it out a solution i will post it

  9. Jamie, let us know what it was and how you fixed it. I only used mine like 3 times and I am not much for cooking at all. Especially with fancy cooking devices so I let a friend borrow it and have not asked for it back. Lol

  10. Jamie,Wendy & Susan:

    Before placing the cover on my pressure cooker; I wipe over the edge of my inner pot with a paper towel. I wiggle (gently) and seat in the gasket. I also wiggle the black steam relief valve, and push up and down the little red pin to remove any obstructions. And most importantly I never leave the room until the cooker seals. Make certain you have enough water to build enough steam to build pressure before you run out of water (or broth).

    Jamie- The same thing happened to me the 1st time I used mine!
    Wendy- Wiggling the red relief valve WAS the solution!
    Susan- Ask for it back; give it another chance! It is my BEST appliance!

    All recipes adapt to your pressure cooker. Use e-books, library, and convert your family favorites. Good luck Ladies and give yourselves a learning curve.

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