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I'm just using whistles voices so I count them depending on type of food I prepared
You're comparing two completely different cooking methods, so it's no surprise that there would be a difference. A pressure cooker is a sealed vessel which retains the moisture in the cooked food, except for any steam that's vented off. By contrast, rotisserie is a form of roasting, done by definition over a heat source or within an oven, but not sealed. ...
Since the buttons are unique to that model, you won't find common instructions that make use of them. The booklet it came with was probably not customized for that model. You'll use them (or not) with your own experience. If you know their meaning, you can try them and continue to use them, or not. I have automatic stuff on my microwave oven, for ...
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