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Juwel 100P "left tank"

Discussion in 'Juwel No:100' started by optipri, Nov 28, 2016.

  1. optipri

    optipri Sweden Subscriber

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    This is obviously the same stove as the others in this section except for the tank that is on the left side. Why so? Or is the P telling this? Should have been a L for links in such case as it is a German item.
    Remnant parts from a 2-burner used for this single burner, who knows?
    Anyway a very well preserved stove in as find condition. I have descide not to do any polishing, just let it be this way with slight patina.

    Bo

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  2. janders

    janders Norway Subscriber

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    This is a 100P which is exactly the same.
     
  3. shueilung.2008 Uruguay

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    Nice stove @optipri , well preserved in spite of being a used one.
    Congratulations.
    Enrique
     
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    @optipri

    Bo, is that a standard "one piece" outer burner cap? Looking at it on my iPhone it is hard to tell.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  5. optipri

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    Thank you all. The flame spreader is a standard and not original. I has been replace by one of Svea brand.
     
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    Great stove, thanks for posting Bo,
    Thank you also for pointing out same model, 100P, was offered with tank on the right (as shown in all illustrations) and also made with tank on the left (as we see ample examples). The 100P frame could be universal if holes in legs were drilled during assembly? Otherwise it seems the tank and frame were purposely made, two versions, a right and a left.
    Svea made R & L ranges (the many models of their 50 & 150 series) with side by side use as option (R&L could also be connected).
    Gustav's tank positions can accommodate side by side use but 100P frame makes this less than ideal imo. Within the text in ref section (to date), I did not yet find any hint re Juwel R & L versions... it's a bit of a mystery. thx again omc
     
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