Svea Simplex

Discussion in 'Svea Simplex' started by aspedersen, Oct 24, 2020.

  1. aspedersen Denmark

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    Maybe some experts in here can tell me more about this old stove?
    I have not been able to find any pictures of one that has Svea written in the cast iron legs. It had some repairwork done in its lifetime. A poorly welded crack and a clumsy paintjob.
     
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    He most likely will not be able to open the link. The catalog subforum requires subscription membership to read.

    Nice stove.
     
  4. aspedersen Denmark

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    Thank you

    I did manage to see the file once and took a screen shot of it.
    After taking it apart, I noticed that the exit threads on the tank, going up to the burner is turning 360°...and will need some brazing.
    Other than that, it looks to be in really good shape.
    I put some threadding behind the leather gasket to make it wider, and now it can make pressure again.