Phoebus 625 rebuild

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  1. JP2

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    Hi all.
    Here my last rebuild of a Phoebus 625. It has been a lot of work and fun because it was very very dirty and difficult to clean but at the end, I have a new stove.
    As you will see on pictures, I bought 2 stoves in tough outside condition. One was easy to open and inside parts were not so good, on the other hand the others was difficult to open but parts were like new inside so I did decide to do it.
    Here the before.
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    Electrolysis
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    Paint.
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    Stickers and clear coat.
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    Rebuild results with clean party.
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    Now I have a pump, burner etc as spares parts.
    Thanks for watching
     
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    Very well done!!
     
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    Very very nice end result. Well done!
     
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    Wowzer!!! Looking really great…
     
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    Bravooooo!
     
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    Excellent!
     
  7. Brenneman

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    Well done, looks great!
     
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    It's cleaned up nicely :clap::clap::clap:
     
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    Great job!
     
  10. JP2

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    Thanks
     
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    Beautiful well done
     
  12. JP2

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    For what concern a possible leak, I used a thread sealants. For example, on the thread with a jet or threads between tank and burner. Moreover it is a kind of antiseize .
    Here the product that can be found anywhere on different name but should have same characteristics on the label.
    It is also easy to clean.
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