First move the top pressure switch over to "Sealing" from "Release".
Once the lid is secure press the "Meat/Stew" option on the front panel. This is a pressure cooker setting. Next make sure the Instant Pot is set to "High" pressure and "Normal".
Set your timer from 35 minutes for normal size Ribs. Thicker Ribs can be anywhere up to 45 minutes. Which is what I used.
The Instant Pot will switch on, then and will take about 7 minutes to pressurize the Instant Pot. From there the Instant Pot timer will reappear and start the countdown.
Once the timer as expired, using something heat safe, move the top pressure valve to release.
The steam will start to release. You will know the Instant Pot is safe to open once the release valve drops back into the Instant Pot
Next remove the lid and pour out all the cooking liquid and place the ribs back into the Instant Pot for a few minutes to cool down. Then remove the ribs and place them on a roasting rack a paint on BBQ sauce. The ribs will still be hot and happy to suck up that BBQ sauce. #FlavorBuilding
Place the ribs into the oven under the broiler for added texture and presentation. Be careful that the rack in your oven isn't too close to the top broiler or the BBQ sauce could burn.