How do I know when to replace the gasket of my pressure cooker?

The gasket placed around the lid to seal the cooker is subject to the usual wear and tear of frequent use. Generally, it should be replaced once every 12 to 18 months or more often if the pressure cooker is used frequently. The first indication you may notice is steam escaping from a certain spots beneath the lid. Sometimes this is a very tiny tear, but it is enough to prevent the cooker from coming to pressure. If the gasket is either too shrunken to fit to the lid, or too stretched to lie smoothly, then it is time to be replaced. Please check the diameter of your pressure cooker pot before ordering, as they come in different sizes.

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