Dae Lim Annby 105 stove.

Discussion in 'Dae Lim Gas Co' started by Jobmeel, Aug 17, 2018.

  1. Jobmeel

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    I have found this little paraffin stove in a goodwill store and fell in love with it, and its nifty construction.
    It only came with what’s on the photos. So only the silent burner head.
    It has about a half pint/liter tank, a jet cleaner, a preheater, and a fuel gauge.
    Unfortunately the little plastic fuel window has gone opaque, probably because it’s previous owner put petrol in it. But after a good cleaning and some restoration it burns beautifully.

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  2. pau-i-amor

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    What a nice stove! Thanks for share it!
     
  3. z1ulike

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    In a Goodwill store? You've got to be kidding me. Lucky bugger.

    Ben
     
  4. Harder D. Soerensen

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    What a great catch!
    Congrats on a nice looking little stove!
     
  5. Tony Press

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    @Jobmeel

    That’s a very nice stove. And it looks like it makes very good coffee. :thumbup:

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  6. threedots New Zealand

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    You may be able to polish out the opaqueness of the fuel level meter using a fine plastic polishing compound/wax with a small buffer disc on say a dremel or an electric drill.
    Be careful though with the revs as too fast can create excessive heat that may distort the plastic.
    John