BTW, I cleaned enough soot off the stove and discovered that the one I have is made by Prentiss-Weber.
Thanks for the warm welcomes, friends.
I am referring to the disk shaped thing that Richard pointed in the photo. It is supposed to hold the...
Anybody with details of the missing packing, so I can make one myself?
I am trying to refurbish an old M-1942. (Don't know which make.)
It is missing a part shown in the diagrams as "packing", that sits between the...
I like the burner heads. If you decide to fire it, please post some flame shots.
See my improvised pot stand here:
Note that it requires no tools, other than a pair...
You can find some photos that might be useful in my post here:
Is this the father of the SVEA 123?
Beautiful stove. I like the windshield. Unfortunately we don't have these sugar cans to use as raw material.
Nice. Never seen one for real.
Are you keeping it unfired?
A picture is worth a thousand words...
That is a feature, not a defect. It is called "backward compatibility".
Well, I wish I could afford that 2 burner Radius (or your wood stove, for that matter).
I'd say you should make your choice of favorite fuel...
I'm afraid the coke is stale by now. Sorry to have forgotten to include it in the photo.
What springs and gaskets? I am only aware of 2 springs in the one-way valves of the bulb pump, not significantly different from an NRV spring....
I just posted this stove in the reference gallery, under "South Africa".
Here is a rare, unique South-African “Parasafe” kerosene pressure stove. It was manufactured under license in Vietnam for the South African...
In a nutshell, there are pressure release valves in each of the legs, so that if the stove is tilted it immediately releases pressure and shuts...
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