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Discussion in 'Mystery Stoves' started by steveo333, Jul 28, 2009.

  1. steveo333

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    got this stove don't know much about it done it run on meths or Kerosene it is Cream enamel finish
    thanks steve
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    Beat me to it - a quick google brought that up as my first result. A quick read through - didn't see mention of fuel but I know it's kerosene/paraffin.

    Mystery solved?
     
  4. Wim

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    Sure is powered by kerosine/paraffine! There are some views of my oldest 3-wick burner in the Paraffinalia section. I have no experience with the 1 & 2 wick stoves, but the trippel wick gives plenty heat!

    Regards,

    Wim
     
  5. Wim

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    BTW, my "younger" 3-wick stove reads ORIGINEEL HALLER which is Dutch, so I guess it was sold in Holland. ORIGINAL is German* so that'll be made for the homemarket. Replacement wicks can be bought through Ebay (as I did!).

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    Wim

    *I know, it's English as well, but I dunno if these were sold in Albion.
     
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    Hi, In 2008 my wife and I had a great meal in a Turkish restaurant operating in a Jeruasalem market. This reataurant was still using paraffin wick stoves just like yours:

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  7. Wim

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    The past still has a future! ;)

    Regards,

    Wim