Discussion in 'Other Models' started by z1ulike, Jul 14, 2016.
i have one , i like the design .
I have one too (thanks Kerry).
Issuing a very nice,, I think that has three versions of this type ز
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.
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 !!
Do u to sale
mine is not for sale
Hi, I am new here, how do you remowe the burner from the gas tank? /Oskar
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 ??
Use a 19 mm wrench and turn it clockwise. The threads are backwards.
If you want to fill it then screw on the adapter, attach a propane source, and open the valve.
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.
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.
Yes, of course. First loosen this big nut at the bottom of the burner.
Then remove these two semi-circular plates. This will allow you to remove the pot supports from the stove.
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.
Thanks you very much everyone, this where very helpful and good description
Wich way to turn the big nut to unscrew? Clockwise? Thanks again
The big nut has normal threads. Turn counter clockwise to take it off.
Can I get one?
There's one of these on my local CL, for a ridiculous price in my mind. I haven't even contacted the seller.
Do you help me with that?
with many thanks
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