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Turley and Williams Senior Safety Stove

Discussion in 'Other Brands' started by JoeyO, Aug 2, 2016.

  1. JoeyO

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    very nice
    kerry
     
  3. JoeyO

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    Ooops, I managed to post the pictures but no info.
    Anyway, I've just acquired a very nice Turley and Williams Safety Stove, you don't seem to have any on the site so I thought I'd put this in. It's a lot like the Junior except obviously it has two burners. The tank is pumped using what is basically a bicycle pump which is clipped to the inside front of the case in transit. It has a foldaway plate warming grill which is level with the top of the windshields when deployed. The control knob for the LH burner slides out of a hole in the side of the case when in use. It also includes a funnel and wrench.
    Unfortunately I won't be able to keep this one as I have limited space and I've got an Optimus 22 for car camping. I'll probably be putting it on Ebay at the end of the week, so if anyone has anyone has any questions please ask and I'll do my best to answer or post additional photos.
     
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    Hi Joey. If possible, before you sell the stove, could you scan or photograph the instruction card in high res and post it in the Instructions section of the site Reference Library? The card appears to cover both the Junior and Senior versions and will be very useful to owners of such stoves in the future.

    Best wishes,
    Terry
     
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    Good shout Terry :thumbup: (you weren't in the intelligence corps were you ? :lol: ;) )
     
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    1937 Bukta catalogue entry - here.
     
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    @JoeyO Nice stove and photos. Will you please add a closeup photo of the tag on the stove to this post. Thanks.
     
  8. JoeyO

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    Hi Everyone,
    Here's some scans of the instruction tag.
    Cheers,
    Joe
     

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    @Longilily

    Capital I and capital C if you don't mind! :lol:
     
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    However many photos members take, we always want more! :D :clap:
     
  11. scouterjan

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    very nice stove
    Jan