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Presto Pressure Cooker/Canner Pressure Regulator

Presto Pressure Cooker/Canner Pressure Regulator

Presto Pressure Cooker/Canner Pressure Regulator

  • National Presto
  • 9978
  • Pressure Cookers

The pressure regulator fits onto the vent pipe to indicate when 15 pounds pressure is reached, and controls pressure in the unit. A gentle rocking motion of the pressure regulator indicates that proper cooking pressure is being maintained. This Part No. 09978 also replaces Part No. 09913. Fits Presto Pressure Cooker models: 126407, 128202, 01/PCE4H, 0124104, 0126410, 0128206, 0134108, 0136210, 0216001, 131001, 134001, 134103, 134104, 135001, 135004, 136001, 136102, 136203, 01/PCE4A, 136403, 01/PCE4, 02/PCA4, 02/PCA4H, 02/PCA6, 02/PCA6H, 121001, 02/PCS4, 02/PCS6, 01/PCD4H, 01/PCD4, 215102, 126306, 126105, 126104, 126102, 01/PCE6, 126002, 125005, 125004, 125002, 01/PCE6A, 124102, 124001, 122104, 122102, 122101, 121004, 121002, 700 (3-qt), 700

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10 Comments/Reviews

  • cookie says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Review of National Presto Pressure Indicator & Regulator, July 4, 2010
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    Although this pressure regulator is the correct replacement per National Presto, it is NOT the one pictured (the original one that came with the pressure cooker) and a replacement can be purchased less expensive elsewhere.

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  • Theresa Gates says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    sturdy product, January 15, 2007
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    Theresa Gates (Eagle River, AK United States) –
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    Have used this a few times since purchasing for my old pressure cooker and it is a very sturdy good quality product. Will use it forever as long as I don’t loose it like the original one.

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  • Donald A. Fancher "seller.o.stuff" says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect, exactly what we needed, March 1, 2010
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    Donald A. Fancher “seller.o.stuff” (Sacramento, CA) –
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    This review is from: Presto Pressure Cooker/Canner Pressure Regulator (Kitchen)

    This product was exactly what it was advertised to be and went right into place on the pressure cooker.

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  • Chris Aschman says:

    I have a 2000 Grand Prix GT, non-supercharged 3.8. When i first bought my car 3.5 years ago, it could get over 425miles per tank. Shortly after and since then I can only get about 325 max. I’ve installed new plugs,wires,fuel filter,mass air flow sensor,air filter, and use Full synthetic Mobil 1 oil. I haven’t gone cheap on these parts and still I can’t get back up to 400+miles. I’ve heard that either a new fuel pressure regulator, or new O2 sensor would increase mileage. Does anyone have any good advice?

  • Emily Paszke says:

    The fuel pressure regulator makes a constant rapid ticking noise. Is this normal?
    Vehicle dies only when stopping in traffic or slowing down to turn. If I gradually stop it does not die. Everything has been cleaned, it’s spotless.

  • Alexander says:

    I have a 2000 Grand Prix GT, non-supercharged 3.8. When i first bought my car 3.5 years ago, it could get over 425miles per tank. Shortly after and since then I can only get about 325 max. I’ve installed new plugs,wires,fuel filter,mass air flow sensor,air filter, and use Full synthetic Mobil 1 oil. I haven’t gone cheap on these parts and still I can’t get back up to 400+miles. I’ve heard that either a new fuel pressure regulator, or new O2 sensor would increase mileage. Does anyone have any good advice?

  • Klaire Martin says:

    I have a 2000 Grand Prix GT, non-supercharged 3.8. When i first bought my car 3.5 years ago, it could get over 425miles per tank. Shortly after and since then I can only get about 325 max. I’ve installed new plugs,wires,fuel filter,mass air flow sensor,air filter, and use Full synthetic Mobil 1 oil. I haven’t gone cheap on these parts and still I can’t get back up to 400+miles. I’ve heard that either a new fuel pressure regulator, or new O2 sensor would increase mileage. Does anyone have any good advice?

  • Joey Tuna says:

    Hi i want to remove a fuel pressure regulator from my 1985 ford ranger but i don’t know where its at and what tools i would need to remove the fuel pressure regulator if i were to find it.
    Can you please help me THANKS!!!

  • Ken Rosenthal says:

    My 90 olds ciera isn’t running right. It only runs when you throttle it up but doesn’t run at idle. Also when you give it gas, it runs choppy and the SES light comes on, I cant get the codes because there is something wrong with the diag wires. The car DOES run but very choppy at idle when I unhooked the vacuum to the fuel pressure regulator, it does have vacuum too. So what is going on with my car?
    Fuel pressure is okay, it is at 45 PSI.

  • Maria Davidson says:

    Pressure cookers are by far not a new invention, but with improved technology they have become safer and easier to use than ever.
    The pressure regulator is what will help you maintain the pressure inside the pot to keep your food cooking just right. Pressure cookers come with a variety of pressure maximum pressure levels, but your best bet is to choose the maximum, 15 psi (pounds per square inch). Most recipes are written for this pressure level and it is the most efficient in cooking.

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