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I wasn't going to bid on this but its a variant I have only seen pictures of, any one has information on how common these were?

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I believe these were an early model, we had them as part of our vehicle CES, 

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Thanks this one does say 1975 but the label mentions unleaded petrol so assume its been modified

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43 minutes ago, Surveyor said:

Thanks this one does say 1975 but the label mentions unleaded petrol so assume its been modified

I had one of these back in the 80's and it said to use unleaded petrol, but this was well before Unleaded was available at filling stations.

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6 minutes ago, Richard Farrant said:

I had one of these back in the 80's and it said to use unleaded petrol, but this was well before Unleaded was available at filling stations.

Yes that's a puzzle, the instructions for this appear to be on metal and the others a "sticky label" need to source a supplier for the label

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1 hour ago, Surveyor said:

Thanks this one does say 1975 but the label mentions unleaded petrol so assume its been modified

The yellow label states leaded petrol

 

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9 hours ago, Barrym said:

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The yellow label states leaded petrol

 

Wonder where i got unleaded from then this lock doen must be affecting the memory

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NSN  7310-990125-1745 indicates it is an early model.

Following the fitting of a new burner assembly which increased the thermal output, producing cleaner combustion & simpler to operate it was designated 7310-99-139-4087 on a replacement plate.

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In this upgrade the brass instruction plate was removed & replaced by a self-adhesive label.

There were three issues of the upgrade. I don't know the actual date of the first issue but it was listed as current in Feb 1981, subsequent issues were Aug 1982 & Sep 1985.

Unmodified cookers were modified to the burner grid from Jul 1989

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29 minutes ago, fv1609 said:

In this upgrade the brass instruction plate was removed & replaced by a self-adhesive label.

There were three issues of the upgrade. I don't know the actual date of the first issue but it was listed as current in Feb 1981, subsequent issues were Aug 1982 & Sep 1985.

Unmodified cookers were modified to the burner grid from Jul 1989

Clive

Thanks for the information I have printed this thread off to go in my stove file

Richard

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Just bought another one different manufacturer, needs a bit of cleaning need to find a spare heat spreader plate, think i can see DBG under the matt paint but not sure

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another model with a different burner head, I believe this was a later modification

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Barry presumably it is now 7310-99-139-4087

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If the weather is good will get the 4 No2 modified stoves out to see the burner head

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