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Walmart also has 2-Pack Instant Pot Sealing Ring for 8-Quart Pressure Cookers (Red/Blue) for $4.69. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on $35+ orders.

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  • Manufactured from the highest quality food safe silicone, passed UL, FDA & LFGB tests for safety, including food safety
  • Genuine instant pot multi use programmable pressure cooker sealing rings designed for the 8 quart, iplux80, ip duo80
  • BPA free & dishwasher safe
  • 2-pack color-coded set allows you to use one for sweet and dairy and the other for savory foods

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vvchari asked this question on 09-13-2021 at 10:24 AM
09-13-2021 at 10:24 AM
Seems not. Bummer I have the 6 qt also.

Diameters of the pot

Another important difference between 6-quart and 8-quart pressure cookers is the diameter of the pot. For a 6-quart model, the diameter is 8.5 Inches while for an 8-quart model, the diameter is 9.25 Inches.
WildflowerGuru asked this question on 09-13-2021 at 10:24 AM
09-13-2021 at 10:24 AM
I haven't tried these myself, but I think they should fit. FWIW, I'm using an 8-qt Insignia with an 8-qt Instant Pot branded stainless steel inner pot and it fits and pressurizes fine.

Edit: This youtube video (comparing a 6-qt IP to an 8-qt Insignia) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f09m20BTjvM) has a commenter stating that the two pots are made by the same company, and that all the parts are interchangeable. (I wouldn't count on the circuit boards being interchangeable, though. A few years ago the pressure sensor in my first Insignia pot died, and upon opening it up I found that the circuit board in mine looked different from the one in the video. I couldn't find a similar board on ebay and ended up exchanging it at Best Buy since it was still under the 1-yr warranty. Maybe it was a newer version? Just throwing this out there. I'd expect the gaskets to be the same size, anyhow.)

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"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
doesn't matter. they all store products in the same warehouses. plenty of people get fake products even if its shipped by Amazon itself
Well, I have been using the original stovetop steam cooker since 1970's and got the Instapot version recently. You replace the gasket or the sealing ring when the steam starts leaking. In fact, I also learned the technique to pull the sealing ring little bit and check to see if it stops the leak (and it works). Frugal is my middle name Smilie
Anyway, I ordered one in case instapot disappears from the market and it is difficult to find the seals at reasonable cost. I was just reading what happened to all the Oct. 11, 2011 videos made with Adobe Flash (they won't play anymore!)

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"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
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"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
Well, I have been using the original stovetop steam cooker since 1970's and got the Instapot version recently. You replace the gasket or the sealing ring when the steam starts leaking. In fact, I also learned the technique to pull the sealing ring little bit and check to see if it stops the leak (and it works). Frugal is my middle name Smilie
Anyway, I ordered one in case instapot disappears from the market and it is difficult to find the seals at reasonable cost. I was just reading what happened to all the Oct. 11, 2011 videos made with Adobe Flash (they won't play anymore!)
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"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
it's recommended because they want to make money
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"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
I am pretty sure Walmart sells genuine ones as Amazon ones had a few saying its fake.
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I am pretty sure Walmart sells genuine ones as Amazon ones had a few saying its fake.
Maybe from third party sellers but the current deal is ship and sold by Amazon.
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It's good to have extras because the seals retain odor so have a few to keep them separated. For example, I have one just for proofing bread.
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Great timing! Going to buy 5 of these so that I have ten rings to practise my martial art skills. 😉
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Maybe from third party sellers but the current deal is ship and sold by Amazon.
doesn't matter. they all store products in the same warehouses. plenty of people get fake products even if its shipped by Amazon itself
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"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
Yes, I've needed to replace mine. If you use it often, the silicone lid seal will wear out eventually just enough that it doesn't reliably seal like when it was new. The vent seal also wears out over time. Replacing both of those parts brings the Instant Pot back to like-new performance.
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Quote from sarcasmogratis :
"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
Ours started leaking steam after 3 years and a new ring fixed it. You can usually visually inspect it and see if it's looking a little worn.
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doesn't matter. they all store products in the same warehouses. plenty of people get fake products even if its shipped by Amazon itself
Sometimes ship and sold by Amazon actually ship by manufacturer, I have had direct shipment before though product was ship and sold by Amazon. Not saying, that is the case for this one, too.
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Yes, I've needed to replace mine. If you use it often, the silicone lid seal will wear out eventually just enough that it doesn't reliably seal like when it was new. The vent seal also wears out over time. Replacing both of those parts brings the Instant Pot back to like-new performance.
Do you have link for vent seal ?
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"It is recommended to replace your Instant Pot sealing ring every 12-18 months"

That's news to me.
Has anyone had issues with their seal? I've had mine a couple years and never replaced
I've had a 6 qt for a few years, used quite often...the clear silicon ring takes longer for the pot to build pressure now and the pot hisses. Since changing to a new ring it no longer hisses.
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