It's certainly doing the job, Nick. :thumbup:
It may be a bit late for this tin, John.
I was advised not to open the lid but turn it upside down and punch a hole in the bottom with a nail....
There is a lot of similarity with the BAT stove here Bat K3 1950 -
Thanks @richud for the information. I also use carbon felt and it's good to know it is what it is. :thumbup:
Nice gift. Congratulations :thumbup:
Congratulations @Gigi Galbreath , nicely done :thumbup:
I keep a record / list of the stoves I have fettled but have no list of the ones in the "to do" pile. :-k
Nice stove @AndersX .
Is there a print date on the paperwork?
A bit of work and it should clean up nicely.
A good example is here.
An excellent post of a wonderful stove @cottage hill bill . :thumbup:
An annealed copper shim or thin washer between the mating faces of the...
A very nice example, Mike. :thumbup:
They do push out the heat but are also great for a long slow cooked stew. =P~
If the jet is blocked soaking the nipple in paint thinners or acetone may help.
If that fails I heat the nipple to dull red and drop it...
Congratulations @Finncooker :thumbup:
G'day @Adam Howes and welcome to CCS.
They are a beast of a stove and easy to fettle :thumbup:
Hurlock or Jnr
Nice find. :thumbup:
When I saw it I knew it had to come home with me.
Welcome to CCS @Leandro Scquizzato .
As you said, it's from 1944 and the burner is not original.
It's a domestic stove for use in the kitchen....
Welcome to CCS @Lars Pace . If you haven't already replaced all the seals it might be worth considering.
Kit E Optimus/Primus etc 2 pint 1, 5 etc...
Yes John, the embossing is well done. The overall build of the stove appears to also be good quality.
Thanks Tony, hopefully some...
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