Sievert 925 Propane - 1965

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  1. z1ulike

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    i have one , i like the design .

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    I have one too (thanks Kerry).
     
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    Issuing a very nice,, I think that has three versions of this type ز
     
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    I just got back from lobster diving and scored a three day limit of 21. Tomorrow I'm going to make lobster stock. I think I'll use this Sievert 925 outside since my wife says it stinks up the house. It does stink up the house but it smells like lobster so I don't know why she's complaining.

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    Ben , you are making me hungry ,
    a tail cut in half and cooked under a grill , with butter and a few spices etc , not overpowering , then finished with a bit of cheese melted over the flesh . yum yum yum .

    i have only ever seen two 925 stoves . two weeks apart .
    grabbed them both .
    i have one and Normo has the other .
    i did not need to keep both .
    plus it is nice to be nice to people , especially friends !!

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    Do u to sale
     
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    mine is not for sale

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    Hi, I am new here, how do you remowe the burner from the gas tank? /Oskar
     
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    hi @Oskarsweden

    do you mean

    1: Do you want to change the burner ??
    A: Do you want to remove the burner from the cylinder and dispense with it ??





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    Use a 19 mm wrench and turn it clockwise. The threads are backwards.

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    If you want to fill it then screw on the adapter, attach a propane source, and open the valve.

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    Thanks for answering so fast, sry for My bad question. I would like to remove everything from the lpg tank. Is that possible? Best regards, Oskar.
     
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    That is neat, the refill adaptor parked on the tank.

    Gas hose connectors left hand thread so adaptor has to be self tightening when connecting the refill hose I assume, burner obviously the same. Happy to be corrected working from dodgy memory here.
     
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    Yes, of course. First loosen this big nut at the bottom of the burner.

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    Then remove these two semi-circular plates. This will allow you to remove the pot supports from the stove.

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    With the pot supports removed you can then unscrew the entire valve and burner assembly from the tank using a wrench across the flats where it says "Sievert." I believe a 21 mm wrench would fit but I don't have one. I do have a 13/16" wrench which will work as well.

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    Thanks you very much everyone, this where very helpful and good description
     
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    Wich way to turn the big nut to unscrew? Clockwise? Thanks again
     
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    The big nut has normal threads. Turn counter clockwise to take it off.

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    Very beautiful
    Can I get one?
     
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    There's one of these on my local CL, for a ridiculous price in my mind. I haven't even contacted the seller.
     
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    Do you help me with that?
    with many thanks