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Mirro 92122A Polished Aluminum 5 / 10 / 15-PSI Pressure Cooker / Canner Cookware, 22-Quart, Silver

  • Mirro 92122A Polished Aluminum 5 / 10 / 15-PSI Pressure Cooker / Canner Cookware, 22-Quart, Silver

Mirro 92122A Polished Aluminum 5 / 10 / 15-PSI Pressure Cooker / Canner Cookware, 22-Quart, Silver

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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
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Description
  • The pressure canner is constructed from rustproof heavy gauge aluminum; 16 pint size jars or 26 half pint size jars when double stacked or 7 quart size jars
  • Maintains steady pressure with 3 cooking pressure options 5, 10, and 15 PSI
  • Reusable overpressure plug, sure locking lid system, and side gasket pressure release
  • Cooking rack and user guide with recipes included
  • Limited 10 years warranty for the pressure canners and limited 1 year warranty for the replacement parts
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Not Working !!! I have tried to get this canner to work for many months. I went by their instructions provided in the manual and then, went on line. No matter what I try, I cannot get the piece to jiggle after bringing to boil. With it on to start or to add it later, once steam vents from the side. I love Mirro products, so I had high hopes for this one. 1Does Not Work on Glass Top Stoves!!! The description does not tell you that it doesn't work on glass top stoves. I only found out when the canner arrived. There were no instructions in the box. The info about glass top stoves is on the box. 1I hate this model I have canned with a Mirro pressure canner for 30 years. My old one finally bit the dust a few years back so I had to buy a new one. Knowing the Mirro quality, I ordered another. The new design, with separate weights that have wires to hold to the pressure post stinks. I botched an entire load of 16 pints because the weight wasn't put completely down. So they will just be bagged and frozen at this point.When I did a test run to try and find the issue, I made sure the weight was fully down, and never, not one time, did it jiggle or spin as it's supposed to. Just steam. After an hour, I shut it down.The unfortunate part is that I ordered this last year, and haven't used it until now. Therefore, I just ate the cost of it and will order another brand.I'm really disappointed in not only the product, but in having to freeze 16 pints of beef vegetable soup that should have been on a shelf. 1Gonna give this canner away if anyone will take it As busy as I've been in my garden, I failed to return this product within the acceptable period; however, I want to state some facts about it. I only used it once in canning green beans. I added the vinegar to avoid staining the interior as suggested in the user guide; however, a stain about an inch wide near the bottom plus streaks down the sides happened during that first and only use. Mere soap and water does not remove them. I particularly do not like the pressure control "jiggler" and the way it operates. I will no longer buy any Mirror products. 1Definitely what I call a reliable budget pressure canner Okay, so they definitely don't make them like they used to; but unlike some other schmucks are blabbering on about, this thing works just fine.SoPros: It's cheap. It cost what I paid for my last 21qt maybe 20 years ago. That's great, because now for a decent one it's closer to 100$ (not exactly a pro, but) It is very lightweight, and if it doesn't break that means it will be easy to lift when I'm ancient. It does actually work. I have both used this to cook grains, as well as an autoclave for sterilizing various solutions, medical apparatus, and other items around my home. It was able to maintain roughly (no gauge to check for certain) 15 psi for more than an hour, and has done so more than a dozen times now. CONS: It's lightweight, and not in the "it will be easy to lift when I'm ancient" sort of way. I mean, seriously, the aluminum is at least half the thickness of my old Pressure Canner ( I miss it right now). This leads me to concerns of potential cracks, buckling, overall failure of the device. However, it has not failed yet. It is a pain in the ass to get it to seal properly. Seriously, it only wants to pull a seal when the lid is on just right, and only on one direction. Even then, you might have to undo the lid and reposition a few times in order to get your seal ( This is actually the biggest con, for a huge reason. If you are using this as an autoclave, and you are sterilizing/preparing biological media, solutions, then temp is a huge deal. This thing gets hot fast, and the water boils a ton, before it seals sometimes. That means your items aren't held under pressure to stop any moisture from boiling off in them) I would say, find any way you can to improve the seal, in order to make sure you aren't overheating or overcooking before it even hits pressure and you start your clock. It barely rattles, and really inconsistently. Tells me once again there might be seal issues.Overall, I have to say that even with the issues I've had, I've been able to compensate for it all. I have tons of experience with this stuff, both the cooking use and the scientific use, so that has helped me.The thing works though. It works, it's super cheap. It seems reliable, although slightly short of dependable, if that makes sense.Just be prepared for some wiggling.never use without water in the bottom.Buckling of the bottom. Well, I don't care what any of those reviewers claimed, they totally tried to cool the thing by dunking it in cold water. Don't do that. It will cause uneven thermal shock on the base and created uneven surface tension. Then the thing will be warped and unusable.Don't be those people.If you do decided to be one of those people, at least don't lie about it in a review and act like you didn't contribute to the issue. Be patient, let the thing cool on its own before removing pressure weight, let it cooooooool.Thanks for coming to my TEDtalk 4Mirro 22-quart aluminum pressure cooker/canner If I had not read the review by Sara on the Amazon website, I would not have known how to use this canner/cooker at all because the Instruction Manual is almost worthless. After using the information that Sara wrote, I have used the canner/cooker successfully as a canner.SIMPLIFIED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESSURE CANNING: Put one rack and 3" of water in the bottom of the cooker. Load the cooker with the filled jars ready to process as indicated in the canning recipe used . If two rows of pint or half-pint jars are needed, put the other rack over the first row of jars in the canner before adding the second row of jars. Turn on the stove under the canner and close the lid WITHOUT the pressure weight on the top. When steam begins to come out of pressure weight vent in the center of the cooker, put the size pressure weight on the canner that is called for in the canning recipe used (example, 10 #). Continue heating. Steam will leak out around one handle. Heat until the red button over this handle pops up. At this point, set a timer for the number of minutes called for in the recipe used and continue cooking until the timer goes off. Cool the canner until the red button on the handle goes down. Remove the canner lid and the jars.The canner/cooker works great now that I know how to use it. Thanks, Sara. 5I am glad I chose this canner. I only wish the instructions weren't so vague. Just got mine this morning. Received it through Prime and FedEx had it at my door in 2 days. The only problem I had with it is the manual that is inside the cooker. The manual is not too clear on some things like the pressure weight. Only a diagram with the weights listed. Had pushed the weight over what Mirro calls the steam vent like it shows in the photo of the item. I'm watching it steam and hear the boiling inside and wondered how is this weight working when it looks as though it should block some of that steam escaping at the top. After eyeballing the weight for a moment, I realized there are two clicks that you should hear and feel when putting the weight attachment on. No instruction I found on that part, so if you do purchase, know that you really have to push down to lock it in place. It's not a heavy forceful lock, just more of a surprise that it went to the next level. Since these weights lock on, there is no wobble like what mom's cooker used to have. It's a straight up and down push when pressure builds. You can also adjust the amount of steam escaping by unscrewing the black portion of the weight. So I give it 4 stars for not having clearer instructions. 4Works, but not great This canner works, and we've canned quite a bit with it, but the weight doesn't just "Jiggle". My mom used to have the older style Mirro with the disc-shaped weights and that jiggled. This thing builds up pressure and then releases it from around the weight like a over-pressure valve blowing off, and it does that for 10-20 seconds and suddenly stops. It's loud as hell. When it first happened, I thought something was wrong and shut off the stove.I feel like we're over-canning our food, but it's either no jiggle or a big blow-off pressure release, and I'd rather be sure my food is safe to eat. The built-in safety features are nice, so that adds a bit of comfort. I just wish it acted as it is supposed to. We'll be buying a second canner at some point, and we'll spend more to get a nicer one that does what it says it should, has a weight and a pressure valve, and doesn't require an o-ring seal. 3Not worth your time. This is my second Mirro pressure cooker. We have one that is many, many years old, and as reliable as the sun coming up in the east every morning. I bought another because I hate to wait for the first to process and cool before I can do another batch of whatever. I have used a pressure cooker for enough years to know what I am doing, and even then I still read and followed the instructions completely. This model is junk. One use and the bottom is bulged so badly that is it not only unusable, it is unsafe. Just glad I used it before it was too late to return it.Kudos to Amazon, however. They replied to my return request almost instantly. Thanks Amazon! Shame on you, Mirro. Build your stuff in America again, like my old cooker was. 1Works Great! I bought this 3 1/2 years ago and just love it. I had an older model 16-quart that never came safely to pressure. I finally quit after tossing jars of chile. I bought this one for its size and the weights. I live at an altitude that requires higher pressure to can my food, and I just don't want to worry with weights. I've canned bone broth for soups, tomatoes and okra, red chile sauce, and lots and lots of green chile. I love that I can stack my pint jars and do a double batch at a time.Always check the gasket, be sure the weight valve and pressure release valve are clean and it does all the hot work. Took awhile to become accustomed to the steam release rather than a jiggle.I've also used it as a water bath canner with good results.Now 'm looking for an outdoor stove so I don't heat up the house this coming season.So glad I got the 22 quart - 5
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