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Veritas Mark 1

Discussion in 'Falk, Stadelmann & Co Ltd' started by paulgarswood, May 12, 2012.

  1. paulgarswood

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    Obtained as part of a collection of British stoves, this was my first Veritas. Needed the usual - a good rinse of the tank, new calmonite washers and a fresh pump cup but fired up easily and burns well. I know very little about the manufacturers Falk Stadelmann and Co apart from they operated from 1887 to 1980 and seemed to specialise more in lamps than stoves. There is a screw on the top of the burner, the purpose of which so far eludes me.

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  3. Murph

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    Take out the screw, and you can reach straight down to remove the jet with a nipple wrench, no doinking about with a hinged wrench!

    Murph
     
  4. paulgarswood

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    Thanks Murph. Kerophile also gave pretty good explanation with his post no.196720 on the Valor No 4601 Roarer Burner.
     

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