Primus 210 year 1960

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  1. PabloS Colombia

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    Lighted today and burning perfectly.

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  2. Robtz

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    A fantastic shot and I do like your work-bench; pristine!
     
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    Greetings from Norway
    That is a beautiful Priums 210 you've got.
    But the photo seems to show that the windscreen is upside down.

    Bjørn
     
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    A nice stove with a good burn.

    However, the windshield is upside down. It should hang from the burner gallery.

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  5. PabloS Colombia

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    In the mean time i have had to use my dinning table as a work bench....couldnt wait to get to a right place to get my stove restored and burning.
     
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    I am new at this...I will fix it immediately.. thanks for the advice
     
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    6 am in Colombia. Fixed it!
    Thanks again to all for the kind advice.

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    Excellent!

    Saludos,

    Tony
     
  9. Harder D. Soerensen

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    Welcome here @PabloS.
    Its a great classic stove and a quite powerfull performer also.

    Cheers
     
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    Welcome @PabloS
    Nice looking stove. Did it come with a tin?
     
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    Sadly it doesnt have anything else. I had to purchase some spare parts at tiley lamps and stoves in UK to get the job done.
     
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    Harder D. Soerensen Denmark Subscriber

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    If you’re looking for a tin - they regurely surface on various auction sites.
     
  13. PabloS Colombia

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    I was thinking about making a wooden case but i will consider your suggestion. I tried to upload a video but resulted too large so i send the YouTube site:

    Regards.
     
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    I can drop you a link next time I see one?
     
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    Welcome. A home made box would be nice. Tins are so 'yesterday'.

    You can make one as simple or ornamental as you can accomplish.
     
  16. PabloS Colombia

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    Sure thanks
     
  17. PabloS Colombia

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    Yes. I will start planning on it.
     
  18. Ed Winskill

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    A very nice one, indeed.
     
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    Thanks
     
  20. PabloS Colombia

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    Hello everybody. I wonder for how much time could a stove like this be lighted and heating...

    Whenever I start my stove, and after several minutes have passed, I start feeling the whole stove pretty heat, including its tank...

    Is this normal? Is it safe to operate it continuosly, lets say, for half an hour, or may be one complete hour?

    Thanks for your comments.