I have recently inherited a pressure cooker purchased in 1952 by my...
I have recently inherited a pressure cooker purchased in 1952 by my Grandmother. It is a Karen Dial-O-Matic Kooker (images are attached). I was told that I could have the pressure cooker tested to see if everything is in working condition. Is this a service that you can provide?? My mother told me that she had her pressure cooker tested by the Franklin County Extension many years ago and suggested that I contact you to see if that service is still on-going. Please advise. Thank you kindly.
It depends on the canner. This looks like one that the gauge comes off and can be tested. I would have to also see the underneath of the canner lid.
If I took a picture of the underside of the lid, could you confirm whether or not it could be tested?? I can even get a better picture of the gauge. Thank you.
That would help. Also, does the gauge come off the lid?
The gauge does not look like it comes off the lid. I have included several close up pictures of the gauge itself and the underside of the lid. I can provide more if necessary.
It looks like we could test it. We just need to be able to place the gauge on our testing unit.
Can I bring it in during your business hours?? Is there a cost for the testing service??
I am actually located in Medina. I am trying to find out if the Extension office in Franklin County can test it for you. If not, would you be able to take it to a nearby county?
If Franklin County cannot test it, could Pickaway or Ross do it?? If Franklin can, could you please provide the contact information?? There is a lot of information on this website to delve through. Thank you.
Yes, I will find out who can test it for you and send you the contact information. Thanks for your patience.
You have been a tremendous help. Thank you once again.
Have you been able to find someone who can test the pressure cooker?? Please advise. Thank you.
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