Jiffykook #18

Discussion in 'AGM - American Gas machine' started by fyrwokr, Jul 7, 2013.

  1. fyrwokr

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    Picked this up yesterday. Had never seen the square burner before. I actually walked away from it (was in an "Antique" store") and left. Came back about an hour later - (it was callin' my name :lol: ). Cleaned the generator and wiped the whole stove down. Had to make a new nib and oiled the cup. I couldn't find any instructions on the lighting (still looking) as to the two valves. But fettled with it and she fired right up. The grate was broken - seems that was pretty common with the AGM. No leaks, fount holds pressure, no cracks. YeeHaww. Time to cook



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    Geeeeze!!!! What a beauty!!!! Do you need some "eye teeth"? Because that is what I'd give for that!!!!

    Gordon
     
  3. Doug L

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    Hello Fyrwoker,
    I have one like yours but mine is a # 15

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/23552

    I also have the instructions to light it here some where although you look like you did well w/o it.
    Gordon if you get to new york ever bring some eyeteeth
     
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  4. fyrwokr

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    Your post was the first one I saw when I looked the #18 up. I did get it running - fired up fast like a Coleman 500. I would still like to see instructions though. Do you know the difference between the #15 and #18 ?? When I have more time I will break it down and do a good cleaning.
     
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    Send me an email address and I will send you the instructions. I can't get the pages to post here.
     
  6. scouterjan

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    nice, I think the #15 has a round burner
    Jan