Chalwyn - 1967

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  1. Admin

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    Tanks and legs are the same as the Toro.
    The air release screw, pump assembly and NRV are the only things that came with the stove.

    The burner is a replacement, which I think maybe, is appropriate to the stove. Top part of the burner is steel, along with the inner and outer burner cap. The filler cap has also been replaced.

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    No flame shot, Iani?

    Any idea where it could have been made?

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    No flame shot Yonadav, unless I put one with the initial post.

    Too bloody cold outside today, anyway.

    As to where it was made, the manufacturer list on CCS, says that it is British, but with the confusion with the Toro, I dont know.