My situation is much like spongefile's:
- I'm using my iSi cream whipper for the first time, charging it as instructed out of sweat-deserving fear of pressurized items
- Nothing is released when I push the lever, regardless of orientation, not even dripping liquid
- the contents of the whipper are blended pressure-cooked beans whipped with 35% whipping cream + 3 iSi cartridges
- when I charged the cartridges, leakage happened around the charge holder and some of the bean preparation leaked from around the device head
- I later discovered that, after cleaning, I didn't reinsert the head gasket (but I'm not certain whether the valve and the perimeter of the head device head are blocked or not due to the potentially-drying bean contents)
I tried shaking it some more as well as the "release pressure" instructions that came with the manual to no avail - nothing comes out regardless of orientation.
How can I tell whether there's too much pressure or too little pressure?(Now asked as a separate question here.)
- How can I safely remove the device head in case there is too much pressure and the valve and device head are blocked? (and, as spongefile asked, hat's the worst thing that can happen?)
Any pointers are enormously appreciated!