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Cosori 6.0-Quart Pressure Cooker User Manual

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

Follow basic safety precautions when using your pressure cooker. Read all instructions.

Key Safety Points

  • This appliance cooks under pressure. Improper use may result in burn injuries. Make sure unit is properly closed before operating. See Pressure Cooker Lid (page 12).
  • CAUTION: Always properly lock and seal the lid before pressure cooking.
  • Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles. Never move the cooker while it is in use.
  • Use caution when opening the pressure cooker, as hot steam may come out, creating a safety hazard.
  • Do not block any ventilation openings. Hot steam is released through openings. Keep your hands and face clear of openings.
  • Do not touch the steam release valve or the area near the valve while cooking. Do not cover the area with a cloth.
  • Always use heat-resistant gloves, pads, or oven mitts when handling hot materials.
  •  Never use the pressure cooker without the inner pot in place.
  •  Do not force the lid open. Only open the lid after all pressure has been released and the float valve has dropped back down into the lid.

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PRESSURE COOKER

Your COSORI Pressure Cooker combines 9-in-1 cooking functions to cook foods 70% faster than traditional cooking methods. With user-friendly controls, cool-to-touch lid, nonstick inner pot, and safe steam release switch, the COSORI Pressure Cooker is the star of your kitchen.

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  • A.Pressure Cooker Lid
  • B.Steam Release Valve
  • C.Float Valve
  • D.Lid Handle
  • E.Steam Release Switch
  • F.Lid Marker
  • G.Lid Holder
  • H.Pressure Cooker Handles
  • I.Water Collection Channel
  • J.Locking Pin
  • K.Silicone Cap
  • L.Anti-Block Shield
  • M.Steam Release Pipe
  • N.Sealing Ring Rack
  • O.Sealing Ring
  • P.Condensation Collector
  • Q.Fill Lines
  • R.Inner Pot
  • S.Heating Element
  • T.Non-Slip Silicone Pads
  • U.Power Cord
  • V.Control Panel
  • W.Display
  • X.Steam Rack
  • Y.Cord Housing
  • Z.Pressure Cooker Base

Display Diagram

Control Panel

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  • A. Progress Bar
  • B. Display
  • C. Time & Temp Adjustment/
  • Buzzer On/Off
  • D. Cooking Functions
  • E. Pressure Set
  • F. Keep Warm
  • G. Cancel
  • H. Temperature Set
  • I. Delay Start
  • J. Start
Panel Buttons
Progress BarLights up depending on what cooking stage is active.
 

 

 

Display

• Displays cook time and temperature when a cooking function is selected/customized.

• Time is shown in HH:MM format and counts up or down depending on the cooking function and cooking stage.

• Displays temperature in °F (Fahrenheit) during non-pressure cooking except Keep Warm.

• Displays messages about the lid and cooking status. See Display Messages (page 11).

Time & Temp AdjustmentAdjusts cook time, temperature, Delay Start timer, and Keep Warm timer.
 

 

 

Buzzer On/Off

• Turns the pressure cooker sounds on/off.

• When in standby:

• Press and hold the + button until the display shows ‘S ON’, and the sound will turn on.

• Press and hold the  button until the display shows ‘S OFF’, and the sound will turn off.

Note: Safety and error alerts cannot be turned off.

 

 

 

 

Cooking Functions

Pressure Cooking Functions:

Pressure Cook Rice

Steam Sterilize

Oatmeal/Porridge Stew/Broth Bean/Grain Meat/Poultry

 

Non-Pressure Cooking Functions:

Slow Cook Sauté Ferment Sous Vide Keep Warm

Pressure SetSets ‘Low’ or ‘High’ pressure for pressure cooking.
 

 

Temperature Set

• Sets ‘Low’, ‘High’, or ‘Cus’ (Custom) temperature.

Note: ‘Cus’ temperature setting allows you to increase or decrease the temperature for ‘Sauté’, ‘Ferment’, and ‘Sous Vide’ using the  or + buttons.

 

 

Keep Warm

• Turns Keep Warm on/off.

• Can be used as a cooking function to reheat food.

• For more information, see Keep Warm (page 24).

Note: Automatically on for all cooking functions except ‘Sauté’, ‘Ferment’, and ‘Sous Vide’.

 

Delay Start

• Delays when a cooking function starts.

Note: Delay Start is not available for ‘Sauté’, ‘Ferment’, and ‘Sous Vide’.

StartStarts the cooking function selected.
CancelStops the cooking function at any time.

 

Display

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Messages Display

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The pressure cooker is on standby.

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The lid is off or not closed properly.

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The pressure cooker is pre-heating/pressurizing.

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The pressure cooker is ready for food to be added to the inner pot when using ‘Sauté’ or ‘Sous Vide’ cooking functions.

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The display shows one of the following:

 

1. When a cooking function is active, the timer counts down and shows the remaining cook time until cooking is finished.

2. When Delay Start is active, the timer counts down until the cooking function begins.

3. When Keep Warm is active, the timer counts up from 00:00, showing the length of time that food has been warming.

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The cooking function has finished and ‘Keep Warm’ is off.

 

BEFORE FIRST USE

Setting Up
  1. Remove all plastic packaging from the pressure cooker. Read and remove all temporary stickers and warning cards.
    Note: Do not remove the permanent warning sticker from the lid or the foil certification label from the pressure cooker base.
    Note: Leave 5 inches / 13 cm of space above the pressure cooker. [Figure 2.1]
  2. Place the pressure cooker on a stable, level, heat-resistant surface. Keep away from areas that can be damaged by steam (such as walls or cupboards).
  3. Cosori-6.0-Quart-Pressure-Cooker-image-4Twist the pressure cooker lid counterclockwise and lift to open. Remove the inner pot from the pressure cooker.
  4. Make sure that the sealing ring is fit snugly inside the lid.
  5. Remove the inner pot. Wipe the heating element with a soft, dry cloth to make sure it’s clear of debris. [Figure 2.2]
  6. Cosori-6.0-Quart-Pressure-Cooker-image-45Wash the inner pot, accessories, and inside the lid using a non-abrasive sponge with water and a mild detergent, then dry thoroughly. See Care & Maintenance, page 26.
  7. Insert the inner pot back into the pressure cooker base.
  8. Plug into a kitchen outlet.
  9. Cosori-6.0-Quart-Pressure-Cooker-image-6Before cooking, complete a Test Run

COOKING FUNCTIONS

Reference Chart

Cooking

Function

Pressure

Setting

Temperature

Setting

PressureTime RangeDefault Time
 

 

Pressure Cook

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–04:00

 

 

00:35

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

 

Rice

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–01:00

 

 

00:12

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

 

Steam

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–04:00

 

 

00:10

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

 

Sterilize

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–01:00

 

 

00:30

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

 

Oatmeal/Porridge

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–01:00

 

 

00:20

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

 

Stew/Broth

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–04:00

 

 

00:30

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

 

Bean/Grain

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–01:00

 

 

00:30

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

 

Meat/Poultry

Low232°F6.5 psi /

45 kPa

 

 

00:01–04:00

 

 

00:35

High244°F12.3 psi /

85 kPa

 

CARE & MAINTENANCE

Clean your pressure cooker, inner pot, steam rack, and lid after every use.

Note:
Do not use abrasive cleaners, metal scouring pads, or metal utensils on any part of the pressure cooker and accessories, including the inner pot. These will scratch or damage their surface.

Cleaning the Pressure Cooker Base

Before cleaning, unplug the pressure cooker and allow to cool completely. Remove the lid for faster cooling.

  1.  Do not wash or dry the pressure cooker base in a dishwasher.
  2. Wipe the inside and outside of the cooker with a clean, damp cloth.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

ProblemPossible Solution
 

 

 

 

 

 

Steam leaks from the side of the lid.

The sealing ring may be missing or not secure. Open the lid and firmly press on the sealing ring to secure in the sealing ring rack. See Care & Maintenance (page 26).
Food debris may be stuck to the sealing ring. Clean the sealing ring. See

Care & Maintenance (page 26).

The lid is not properly closed. Open and close the lid, and make sure the lid is locked in place. See Pressure Cooker Lid (page 12).
The sealing ring may be warped or broken. Contact Customer Support

(see page 33).

The inner pot’s rim may be warped. Contact Customer Support

(see page 33).

 

There is an occasional clicking sound.

The bottom outside of the inner pot may be wet. Dry the exterior of the inner pot.
The pressure board may be switching when temperature is increasing inside the pressure cooker. This is normal.
 

 

The lid is difficult to close and secure.

The sealing ring may not be properly installed. Open the lid and firmly press on the sealing ring to secure in the sealing ring rack. See Care & Maintenance (page 26).
The float valve may be stuck in the up position. Push the float valve down with a long utensil.
 

The inner pot is stuck to the lid or the lid is difficult to remove.

Move the steam release switch to ‘Vent’ position to allow any pressure to be released and open the lid.
Release any pressure (see page 14) and gently tap the steam release valve with a long utensil. Open the lid and clean the float valve and surrounding area before using the pressure cooker again.
 (CONT.) TROUBLESHOOTING
 

 

The display is blank after connecting the pressure cooker to a power outlet.

The plug may not be fully connected to the pressure cooker, or to the power outlet. Make sure the plug is secure. If the plug is damaged, contact Customer Support (see page 33).
 

The outlet may not have power. Try a different outlet.

The pressure cooker’s fuse may have blown. Contact Customer Support

(see page 33).

 

Steam gushes from the steam release valve when the steam release switch is in the ‘Seal’ position.

There may not be enough liquid in the inner pot. Add liquid if necessary.
The pressure sensor may not be properly working. Contact Customer Support (see page 33).
The steam release valve may not be properly sealed. Safely move the steam release switch to ‘Vent’ and back to ‘Seal’.
Error code “E1”, “E2”, “C6H”, or “C6L” shows on the display. 

The pressure sensor may be faulty. Contact Customer Support

(see page 33).

 

 

Error code “C7” or “NoPr” shows on the display.

The heating element may not be working. Contact Customer Support

(see page 33).

 

There may not be enough liquid in the inner pot. Add liquid if necessary.

 

The steam release switch may not be in the ‘Seal’ position.

 

 

Error code “Lid” shows on the display.

The lid may not be completely sealed. Remove the lid and replace the lid, and make sure it is secure. See Pressure Cooker Lid (page 12).
If ‘Saute’ cooking function is selected, remove the lid. Do not use the pressure cooker lid with the ‘Saute’ cooking function.
 

Error code “PrSE” shows on the display.

Pressure has accumulated during a non-pressurized cooking function. Move the steam release switch to the ‘Vent’ position, or remove the lid if the lid is not needed.

 

REFERENCE

https://cosori.com/products/6-0-quart-pressure-cooker

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  1. Sofiya sedykh

    I’m having an issue with my pressure cooker. It is fairly new. The rubber around lid is secure not damaged and is properly attached. The surrounding of the lid is clean no crumbs no debris. When I remove the pot inside, everything is clean no crumbs no damage. However, when I close the lid, I get an error. Lid. And the pressure knob is down and at the correct position . It’s plugged in no damage to the cord. I dont know what to do at this point

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