20 Most Recent Wolfgang Puck 5-Quart Electronic Pressure Cooker - Silver Questions & Answers


I have this cooker and manual. the manual got wet and I had to take it apart to dry it out. I decided to scan it and make a new copy since the original is pretty rough from getting wet & some pages stuck together. It is readable. I would be willing to share the manual, with anyone interested. I am scanning it now (about 54 pages) and plan to make it a PDF file. I would be able to email it to you, send you a CD or Print it out and mail it to you. All I ask is that you pay what it costs me for paper, ink or CD and postage if I mail it to you. No charge for the PDF by email since I am doing that anyway. I would never have found this forum, except I was looking for a manual to purchase before I went to all this trouble. I don't think there is one to be found. I will check this website to see if anyone wants the manual.

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Mar 08, 2019


Fixya does not sell Wolfgang Puck parts.

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Jan 11, 2019


There doesn't seem to be any legit way of fixing this. I tinkered with the pressure sensors and valves, kicked the pressure cooker a few times, still the E4 error presented itself.


I was able to bypass the E4 error by completely bypassing the electronics and wiring the heater coil to get power whenever the pressure cooker is plugged in. It was a very simple job, anyone with any electrical experience can do this.


There doesn't seem to be any legit way of fixing this. I tinkered with the pressure sensors and valves, kicked the pressure cooker a few times, still the E4 error presented itself.


The only problem is that it is a safety concern as there is no way for the heater to turn off even if pressure is getting to be way too high. There may be a pressure relief valve in the lid but the heater coil won't shut off, so don't leave it unattended! But at least this way to you can still pressure cook.
Pics of process:
http://s909.photobucket.com/albums/ac295/danwat1234/fixing%20the%20pressure%20cooker/

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Dec 19, 2017


try here http://sale-fire.co.uk/Replacement%20Cooker%20Lids?p=gcb&gclid=CN3p6ZPgzsgCFULjGwodsbIE2A

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Oct 19, 2015


wolfgang has a web site, ,did you try to Google it? I did and it came right up.

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on May 06, 2015


the gaskets are junk , i had to toss one myself i used one time then stored for a year and the gasket went bad , mine came from hsn when i called them ,there where no parts made for it . so out it went cheep china junk . sorry , good luck

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Apr 06, 2015


I think E2 means open circuit in thermocouple in center of bottom. E4 means no contact on pressure sensing switch at edge of bottom. Mine had E4 error. Took out switch and used fine sandpaper to clean contact points. Now it works fine.
Remove 3 screws in bottom. Remove bottom cover by turning it ~1/4" to clear tabs. Remove switch at edge of bottom with two blue wires going to it. Clean contacts and replace.

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Mar 14, 2015


The problem is a Signal Switch Malfunction. It has to do with the power switch and the pressure switch from what I have been able to find out. Mine doesn't have a pressure problem it just goes to E4 once you set the time. I gave the switch a good smack and it has been working for a while. This is the second time and this worked both times now. I am sure the switch will have to be replaced at some time. From what I have seen this is a very common problem. There is one way to fix this problem, albeit not the best. I was able to bypass the E4 error by completely bypassing the electronics and wiring the heater coil to get power whenever the pressure cooker is plugged in. It was a very simple job, anyone with any electrical experience can do this. The only problem is that it is a safety concern as there is no way for the heater to turn off even if pressure is getting to be way too high. There may be a pressure relief valve in the lid but the heater coil won't shut off, so don't leave it unattended! But at least this way to you can still pressure cook. Pics of process: http://s909.photobucket.com/albums/ac295/danwat1234/fixing%20the%20pressure%20cooker/

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Mar 14, 2015


Removed the 3 screws on the bottom. There is a relay near the circuit board. Kind of looks like an old morse code relay. Just tapped out "E 4" in morse code. Plugged it in and it works fine.

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Mar 14, 2015


the digital lights on the Wolfgang Puck pressure cooker do not work. How do I repair? Thank you.

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Dec 19, 2014


Hi, take a look on amazon, click here
Holiday cooking made easy No plugs No fuss and chose which one fits. I hope this was helpful. Cheers

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Dec 15, 2014


One quart is 32 ounces.

Wolfgang Puck... | Answered on Nov 05, 2014

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