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Presto Pressure Canner Sealing Ring/Automatic Air Vent Pack

Presto Pressure Canner Sealing Ring/Automatic Air Vent Pack

Presto  Pressure Canner Sealing Ring/Automatic Air Vent Pack

  • Includes Automatic Air Vent.
  • Replaces Presto part 1075.
  • Automatic Air Vent replaces parts 393 & 82058

The sealing ring fits around the inside rim of the cover and forms a pressure-tight seal between the cover and the body of the pressure canner during canning and cooking. When installing a sealing ring, work it into the cover in four small sections, for example, top, bottom , left and right. Work it into the groove a small section at a time until it is fully in place. Place the cover on the cooker body. Put one hand on the top center of the cover and push down firmly. Open and close the cover several times. Fits Presto Pressure Canner models: 01/CA16A, 01/CA16H, 01/CA21A, 01/CA21H, 21, 21AV, 21B, 21S, 7, 7AV, 7B, 7S, CA16, CA16H, CA21, CA21H.

List Price: $ 8.99

Price: $ 3.95

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7 Comments/Reviews

  • J. Israel "Computer Guru" says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Old National #7 forever!, July 12, 2010
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    J. Israel “Computer Guru” (Cincinnati, OH) –
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    This review is from: Presto Pressure Canner Sealing Ring/Automatic Air Vent Pack (Kitchen)

    The old National No. 7 canners last forever. This ring and the pressure relief valve are all that is needed every few years to keep them going. When you get the ring, oil it well with vegetable oil and do not be concerned that it seems too long at first. The repeated heating of the system causes the seal to shrink a bit. If it starts to not seal quite as well, take it out, oil it again and put it back in with the other side up.

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  • Anita Babineaux "scifi nut" says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    was too big at first, March 6, 2010
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    Anita Babineaux “scifi nut” (Lafayette, LA USA) –
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    This review is from: Presto Pressure Canner Sealing Ring/Automatic Air Vent Pack (Kitchen)

    My 88 yr old mother has this very old 7 qt presto pressure cooker (it’s over 60 years old). She needed another sealing ring, so I found the 1-800 number of the manufacturer and she called. After she explained what she needed they said to get the part 09907.

    After I had read the previous review, I was worried about ordering this part. We were desperate and I ordered it any way. I must warn that the lid must be free of any previous ring, as they dry out and really stick.

    At first it seemed too big, but after some effort (scraping the lid once again, applying some spray oil) we wrangled that sealing ring into the lid. Our hands were sore, but it did fit. We used the pressure cooker immediately after and it held!!

    I can see if someone would give up but these 2 old ladies were too stubborn to give up!!

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  • ayiaM says:

    how much better is the All American over the Presto canner?

  • Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Presto Pressure Canner Sealing Ring/Automatic Air Vent Pack, January 24, 2012
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    Charlie

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    This review is from: Presto Pressure Canner Sealing Ring/Automatic Air Vent Pack (Kitchen)

    My grandmother is lost without her pressure cooker so this was a great buy since she was able to get back to cooking with her new ring installed. Great fit!

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  • Emily Orpin says:

    I have an old Presto pressure canner that needs a new gasket. To buy a gasket, though, I need to know the model number. It has a metal label attached to the lid, which I’m told says the model number on it. Unfortunately, the canner’s previous owner scrubbed it so vigorously when cleaning it that the engraving seems to have been completely eradicated. I do know that it was originally purchased around 1969. There is another number on the body just below the lid. I think it is something like 222463. I’ll try to get the exact number and post it later. So, is there any way I can find out the model number? If not, I may have to simply discard it and buy a new one.

  • Ryan says:

    I’m thinking about getting a pressure cooker, the primary reason will be for canning (quarts / pints) but who knows, I may love this thing and use it all of the time. Right now, 4-5 quart jars at a time will probably be the norm, which both can handle. My question is regarding the size to get, on Amazon the difference between the Presto 16qt vs the Presto 23qt is about 13 bux. Originally I was going to get the 16, but now wondering if I shouldn’t just get the 23?

    Is there any compelling reason to *not* get one bigger than I probably need? Are there any real negatives with a big pot, say if I only wanted to can a small amount? (2-3 pints).

  • chocomousse says:

    I was not able to find a pressure canner, i bought a pressure cooker (a Presto 5.7 liter Aluminum, it has a pressure regulator but not a pressure gauge, how long after the regulator boils should i let it rock? (the regulator apparently is supposed to rock)
    Anyways ive done a fair amount of fruit and vegtable canning just the boiling water method, no pressure cooking so far, any help is welcomed, of course with pressure cooking not pressure canner thanks.

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