Annby L-747

Discussion in 'Dae Lim Gas Co' started by Afterburner, Nov 3, 2018.

  1. Afterburner

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    I was not able to pass by an un-fired Annby L-747...

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    Texts on tank:
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    Burner has 'DR' text on it:
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    No 'Annby' text on burner cap:
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    Control knob has 'DR' logo:
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    Quick lighter flint has 'an operating extension' for convenient use:
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    No 'Dae Rim' text on wrench:
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    Funnel sits nicely on filler and no 'Annby' text on it:
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    On container bottom there are three notches:
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    'DR' logo on container top:
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    Flame spreader for roarer use was/is missing but I thought that stove would still be ok.
     
  2. presscall

    presscall United Kingdom Subscriber SotM Winner

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    @Afterburner
    Not surprised you couldn’t pass it by. It’s a lovely thing and an excellent write-up.

    Of course, the dilemma of an unused stove is whether to fire it or keep it unused as a collector’s item.

    John
     
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  4. Afterburner

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    Gentlemen, thank you for your kind words!

    @presscall For 'to fire or not to fire' (was Hamlet asking that also? Maybe I remember wrong... :doh:) I have made a default answer for myself which is 'not to fire'. To help to keep my decision with this interesting stove I got another used one that I can play with. :oops::-$

    @kerophile Yes, Korean engineers have always made innovative products, also stoves. Thank's for the link to instructions. (I need to study a bit more Korean to be able to read it. :))
     
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    presscall United Kingdom Subscriber SotM Winner

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    Best solution. Excellent.