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05-09-2013 04:30 PM
irmedic
Re: Looking for new sliders on a Origo 4000 Stove

I located them through the dealer in Winnipeg thankfully. CargoEast.ca, $39.99 for the set. Origo hasn't replied to my email yet. Thanks for the leads!
05-09-2013 01:07 PM
bristol299bob
Re: Looking for new sliders on a Origo 4000 Stove

this might help: Origo - Swego.com
05-09-2013 11:49 AM
Alex W
Re: Looking for new sliders on a Origo 4000 Stove

Call/email the manufacturer:
Spare Parts - Dometic
05-09-2013 10:51 AM
irmedic
Re: Looking for new sliders on a Origo 4000 Stove

Mine has two dial like plastic parts that adjust flame size. One melted so bad it fell back though the hole.... Otherwise the unit is in great shape.
05-09-2013 01:43 AM
Alex W
Re: Looking for new sliders on a Origo 4000 Stove

I have an Origo 4000, but don't know what you mean by sliders. The knobs for adjusting flame size, or the rubber evaporation shields? I don't think there is anything else on the stove that is plastic.

You can get the rubber evaporation shields from any Origo dealer (or just cut your own out of rubber, the size isn't that specific).

I don't know if replacement knobs are available. How burned are they? Can you just take them off and rotate them 180 degrees?
05-09-2013 12:33 AM
irmedic
Looking for new sliders on a Origo 4000 Stove

Somebody burned the plastic sliders off my Origo 4000 Alcohol stove over the winter. Where might a person locate new ones?

 
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