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Nobel Industries Ltd "Royal Daylight"

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by BernieDawg, Dec 18, 2008.

  1. BernieDawg Banned

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    Shown in "as received" condition straight from the box. A heavily built stove, weighs in at 1.89kg. As of this moment, I know just a little about this stove. I'm hoping that someone more knowledgeable than I will choose to expound a bit on it in a reply below. Thanks.

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  2. lant-ern Canada

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    Dawg. That's alot of brass :lol: Does the collar on the tank act as a preheat cup.It's a new one for me but,I'm sure our friends across the pond have seen this one before.I hope we get to see a photo when it's up and running.

    Ernie
     
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    Hello,
    You are going to need inner and outer burner caps for that silent burner. I have never seen one like this, almost looks like some of those weird French stoves you see on e-bay.

    Chuck
     
  4. BernieDawg Banned

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    Heya Ernie

    I'm not sure if the brass collar is supposed to act as a preheat cup, but it does a pretty good job of it! Anyway, I couldn't wait to discover if I *should* fire it, so I *did*!! :lol:

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    It faltered a bit at first, but recovered and turned into a nice burner. The angled knob does control the fuel flow, though it is a fairly sensitive adjustment. All I've done is blown out the very clean tank and the burner head with some air. Then, replaced the NRV pip, the leather pump cup and the pump assembly washer.

    That's it for now.

    Cheers,
    Gary
     
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  5. lant-ern Canada

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    Bernie that's a true blue flame.The kind that brings a smile to a fettlers face :lol: :clap: Good job.

    Ernie
     
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    It is Gary, more of a priming bucket than a cup !

    Nice to have the correct angled burner yours should also date from about 1921 - 1926.
     
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