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AGM Kampkook 2734

Discussion in 'AGM - American Gas machine' started by chainsaw.enthusiast, Jun 3, 2014.

  1. chainsaw.enthusiast

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    I was trying to find information about my AGM Kampkook 2734. There doesn't seem to be a picture on the forum so I will attempt to add one. There was some literature, extra burner pieces and a couple generators stored in there. It's pretty heavy. I would like to find out more information on this machine.

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  2. chainsaw.enthusiast

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    Trying to add more .......

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    Hi c.e., welcome on board!
    I've never seen a stove like yours, the only ones with 3 burners I've seen had them all in a single row. But then, other than Colemans we don't see many American stoves in Ye Olde World. Does it work?

    Best regards,

    Wim
     
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    shagratork United Kingdom Moderator Subscriber

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    Here you go - advert from 1930 . . . . . (click on image for larger size)

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  5. BernieDawg Banned

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    Cool! Another AGM Kampkook offset 3-burner! I hope you will post your literature so that we may all see it.

    Your 2734 looks to have essentially the same innards as this 2834 posted in April 2011 just a few rows farther down on the Stove Gallery AGM page (and not hard to find at all):
    Internal CCS Stove Gallery Link

    You can find a link to the instructions I posted in the link featured above.

    I look forward to seeing yours fired up to see if it looks and operates the same as the 2834 which I enjoyed re-firing in the BD Lab this morning. ;) :)
     
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  6. chainsaw.enthusiast

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    Cool, (Kool in AGM talk) Thanks for the info. I have that literature that is shown but a mouse or something ate big hunks out of it and it didn't seem to have a date. It's not currently operable. It seems to be complete though, legs, flaps etc are still intact. One flange on the fuel tank has been replaced by a copper wire hook to attach to the side of the stove.

    I am glad to see this is an active group not a Post something and check back in a year for one comment.
     
  7. chainsaw.enthusiast

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    Thank you Christer Carlsson for fixing my link too.

    If someone wants a better picture of a certain part of the stove, let me know. We will see about firing it up. The spare generators look like NOS but they look like lantern generators to me, not for a stove.
     
  8. chainsaw.enthusiast

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    It works. Somehow or another people are able to take pictures where both the flame and stove are visible. Not so much these pictures.

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  9. chainsaw.enthusiast

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    Literature. Closeups are available.

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  10. chainsaw.enthusiast

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    It dripped a little from the control knob so it was taken apart to get at the packing. There wasn't packing, or any place for packing so it was cleaned up and reassembled. It didn't drip after that. The plunger needed some oil and away it went. Probably would need additional attention to the plunger for actual use. It's pretty cool. I don't usually bother to fire them up but. Inspiration or something...
     
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    great stove, these AGM's are great to work on and get going, AGM made some wonderfull products, especially their stoves
    Jan
     
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    Hello i found a 2724 in the garage. Its missing the tank and a few other parts. Know anyone i can contact. Congrats on yours
     
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