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04-08-2013 06:17 PM
spoooner
Re: Hillerange Alcohol Stove Fittings

I have a working hillerange alcohol oven (3 burner w/ oven) for sale in Morro Bay. I'm often in SoCal as well. $100 seems fair aye. message me if interested
01-12-2011 12:18 PM
L124C
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Originally Posted by ZelKnezevic View Post
L124C - I truid PM'ing you but because I am a recent member it does not allow me to send a PM until I have a certain number of posts. I plan on taking apart the stove to figure out which parts need fixing/replacement sometime this week. My email is zel@east2westhomes.com if you dont mind sending it there. Thanks, Zel
Done Zel. If you know how to post it here (when you get rights) it would be helpful to others. Regarding parts. Bob has some, but not all, and so does Seaward.
01-11-2011 06:14 PM
ZelKnezevic L124C - I truid PM'ing you but because I am a recent member it does not allow me to send a PM until I have a certain number of posts. I plan on taking apart the stove to figure out which parts need fixing/replacement sometime this week. My email is zel@east2westhomes.com if you dont mind sending it there. Thanks, Zel
01-08-2011 09:40 AM
ZelKnezevic Also were you successful I'n obtaining replacement parts?? I located the Graphite Packing for Hillerange Alcohol Stove. I got it custom made. So there should not be anymore leaks from the valve stem.
01-08-2011 09:39 AM
ZelKnezevic Thanks a million. Can you email to.

Zel at east2westhomes dot com
01-08-2011 05:04 AM
L124C
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Originally Posted by ZelKnezevic View Post
Any luck obtaining a schematic for the Pressurized Alcohol Hillerange??? Anyone ???
Yes, I have it but can't post it on SailNet because of the file type (it's in Adobe). PM me, and I'll email you a copy. If anyone knows how to convert the file and post it, that would be great.
01-07-2011 10:44 PM
ZelKnezevic Any luck obtaining a schematic for the Pressurized Alcohol Hillerange??? Anyone ???
12-29-2010 08:10 PM
SailingWebGuy
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A & H came through! Bob walked me through using a piece of 20 Gage wire to clean out the needle orifice on the burner and it's working perfectly. Still a lot of unanswered questions, but the stove is working great! I have a schematic of the stove which Bob provided if anyone needs it (file type wouldn't download on Sailnet).
It's a pressurized alcohol Hillerange?? If so, I wouldn't mind having a copy of the schematics. I have the same one.
12-29-2010 06:15 PM
L124C A & H came through! Bob walked me through using a piece of 20 Gage wire to clean out the needle orifice on the burner and it's working perfectly. Still a lot of unanswered questions, but the stove is working great! I have a schematic of the stove which Bob provided if anyone needs it (file type wouldn't download on Sailnet).
12-24-2010 01:04 AM
L124C Unfortunately, my experience with A & H hasn't been good. They didn't send the burners when the said they would. When I received the burners, one control knob was broken into three pieces, of which I could only find two in the box (???), and the copper manifold was badly bent. Unlike the manifold, the box didn't show any damage to speak of. I bent the manifold back so that it could be reinstalled. The really bad news is that I was able to prime and get flame out of the left burner for about a minute, but now it doesn't work at all (as when I sent it)! Bob has been very nice, helpful and apologetic, but somethings definitely wrong here.
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