I would be concerned if the oven interior was painted. I know of no oven with a painted interior.
Yes the burner jet is threaded into the elbow. The jet tube is steel. My 2 jet tubes are sealed/flattened on the opposite end. Burner coil is steel.
@Eric Nickel Now that you mention it, none of mine had the burner tube and they still burned well.
I have restored 2 of them. The parts are unbreakeable, built like a battleship. Unless you are missing that I can't see anything to go wrong......
I have an India made single burner. The advert listed it as Aadi but it came with another brand embossed on the tank. I have a review here....
Is there any sign that the tank tubes were soldered 180 deg off. Are there patches on the opposite side of the tank?
You will receive more information if you go to www.colemancollectorsforum.com and post your question there. It would help your cause if you can...
Just to be clear...who is no longer supporting Coleman products?. Base camp or Coleman UK?
I have always used this product and had no leaks. Especially good for resealing over tightened pipe thread fitttings.
....and bake the paint once it is dry for a more durable finish.
I don't see any photos...is it just me?
I'm sure OCP has them. Just ask Mike ....sometimes it's difficult to find a particular item.
It was in the town of La Bostonnais, Quebec Canada photographed June 2012. It has since been demolished, reasons unknown to me. There is a photo...
One of mine...D 41
Interesting model, but what does the "corded electric" description mean?...
It is in our genes to buy!
Are the instructions in Japanese on the stove itself or on accompanying literature/box? I can't make it out on your photos.
Those are great single burners. I notice the photo on one side of the carton shows 505A but the label shows a 505B part number. Nothing wasted .
If we refer to the guidelines for the December SOTM, Americas comes to mind. Does this mean made in the Americas or now in the Americas?
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