Primus No 114 - 1937

Discussion in 'Primus No:114' started by optipri, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. optipri

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    I wished my 114 was in the same condition as the one in earlier post.
    This model was offered in two versions, with nickel plated slab, 114/2 or white enamelled, 114/4.
    Nickel was probably the cheapest and therefore more common. Unfortunately it must have been a very thin layer and during years of storage most of them has been corroded. The same with this one, it was all brown from surface rust. Fortunately not very deep so I managed to remove it but had to repaint it.
    The pan supports were fine, I have only treated them with nickle paste.
    This stove has probably been used a lot and both burners where replaced.
    I had one original but still need that special kinfd of shaft used on this type of burner.
    If anyone has one for spare, let me know.

    Bo

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  2. Jason Chiou

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    Pretty !:clap: