Got inspired to use my pressure cooker but the gasket looks dry and unsafe. Are replacements typically available at hardware stores? We have a Red Mill General Store close by, too. Hoping to replace and use it for dinner tomorrow. Thanks!
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Call them first to see if they have the correct gasket for your model. If not, you'll have to go on line to find out who sells the correct one in your area or who sells it on line. You need to make sure you get the right one! No one needs dinner on the ceiling, walls, cabinets, themselves...etc.. Safety first!
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If you still have the instruction booklet there is probably a link to the manufacturer's website as well as a phone number. At a minimum they'll have a customer service line and perhaps tech support as well.