Verify there is no "LJ" Stamp on the Bottom of the Pot
The part you were browsing is compatible only with units that don't have an "LJ" stamp on the bottom.
Spare parts compatibility can be affected by changes in manufacturing processes, facilities, and product design. The use of any unauthorized or incompatible parts may cause unit failure and will void any warranty protection.
Parts compatible with units without an "LJ" stamp always have an item number that doesn't end in LJ (e.g. SPCWPV22).
How to tell if my pressure cooker doesn't have an “LJ” stamp on the bottom of the pot?
Pressure cookers with an “LJ” stamp will show it directly below the brand logo “Zavor” on the bottom of the pot. Make sure your unit doesn't have it.
Bottom without "LJ" Stamp:
Bottom with "LJ" Stamp:
How else can I tell if my pressure cooker is compatible with the part?
By the color of the pressure valve. If you remove the pressure valve from the top handle of your pressure cooker, you’ll see that it has a specific color on the lower half.
If the color is black or gray, the part you were browsing is compatible with your pressure cooker, as long as your model is listed on the part's product page, but if the color is yellow or blue, it is not compatible.
We hope this information helps you determine if the part you were browsing is compatible with your pressure cooker. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.