Primus 535

Discussion in 'Primus No:535' started by barrabruce, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. barrabruce

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    Lovely thingo.
    All original.
    A bit of bark off the enamel.and a couple of small dings in tank.
    Could do with a going through. But its all there and intact.

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    Me and enamel don't mix to well so I may end up passing in on.

    Barra
     
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  2. parramethtrol

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    hi Bruce
    nice stove mate :thumbup:
    i wouldn't be in any hurry to part with it if i were you,
    i love mine and use it fairly regularly it might even be in service for xmas dinner :D it's always handy to have a few extra burners and the 535's are very nice to cook on


    ](*,) few extra burners :lol: :lol: what am i saying :roll: :lol:
     
  3. hikin_jim

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    Very nice. Looks like it belongs in proper kitchen.
     
  4. barrabruce

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    I dunno about keeping it.
    It seems to never have been malested....yet.
    Had a look
    Blanking cap there and all.
    NRV is nicely seated into it.
    May have to resort to violence or need be an easy out if things get real tough to budge it
    It don't sort of mix with my rusty dinged up stinky franken strange things of a mess I call my stove collection.

    I might put it up for adoption before I "fix" it

    Barra
     
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    :lol: :lol: i have a few like that my Radius 43 has a nrv that is a bit tighter than i would like so i haven't really tried to remove it :roll: i learnt my lesson on my opti 11 if it's working leave well alone just in case
     
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  6. brassnipplekey

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    NRV's on P 535 are easy & stress free... The pump tube easily unscrews from the tank , exposing a very accessable NRV .

    Nick.. whos still looking for a pair of panrings for his ALCO P535