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Unused AGM ReadyKook 6840

Discussion in 'AGM - American Gas machine' started by Carl boner, May 31, 2016.

  1. Carl boner United States

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    I have a unused agm 6840 can someone help me with more info.

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  2. Ed Winskill

    Ed Winskill United States Subscriber

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    I know nothing about them, but that is most impressive....
     
  3. OMC

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    like he ^^^ said "very impressive" and this is basically your 1st post, how cool is that.
    WELCOME Carl !!
    This IS very nice to see, count me among many members who can not get enough of such a post. This is YOUR pic I'm just adding it to here:

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    You have made an excellent contribution to reference content and I know not just I but WE fellow stovies thank you for posting this, it's much appreciated. If a pic of box or addl detail is easy for you to do, then all the better. thx again omc
     
  4. pau-i-amor

    pau-i-amor Spain Subscriber

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    :shock: :shock: :shock: Uauuuu!
     
  5. Giri

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    Like the looks of that!
     
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    yonadav Israel Subscriber

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    I like the burner heads. If you decide to fire it, please post some flame shots.
     
  7. wtspe United States

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    Carl, I recently found one of these stoves and woul like to restore it to original condition. Is the paint black or very dark brown? Mine was repainted, although the PO masked off the original label. Do you know if that is a decal or was it silk-screen printed on the side of the stove? I can't tell which on my stove.
    Yours is a stunning example! How did you determine the model number? Is is printed or stamped anywhere on the stove, or did you find it in some old advertising?
    I'd really appreciate if you could send me a clear, straight-on photo of that label. I don't know if I can post my email address on this forum...

    Thanks
     
  8. ROBBO55

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    G'day @Carl boner and welcome. What a great looking stove.

    Also welcome @wtspe . You can post an email address but it is probably better if you don't on an open post. It is better to send Carl a PT (Private Topic). Click on his name (top LHS of post above the flag) and it will open up a detail box. Click on 'Start a Conversation'. Much safer.
     
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    Thats a great first post and what a beauty!
    Now the big question: flameshot yes or no :-)
    I have no idea what I should do.
     
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    @wtspe

    The model number of the stove is clearly printed on the instruction sheet.
     
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    I can help you with your stove. send it TO ME
    Jan
     
  12. snwcmpr United States

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    BTW
    It sold on ebay some time ago. He offered to sell it to me, but for more than I was willing to pay.
    IIRC (???) it sold for less than his offer.
     
  13. wtspe United States

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    Drat! I was hoping to ask him to take a straight-on photo of the graphics. I'm hoping to repaint mine, and I'm hoping to retain the original label. If I'm unable to save the label I could make a stencil if it and spray paint it it on instead.

    Does anyone know who purchased the stove on EBay? Anyone on the other Forums or FB pages?
     

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