Where may i find a martin gas stove?
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Who can I hire to install a heating stove for me?
Asked in Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG)
How do you convert LPG stove to bio gas stove?
The size of the holes in the stove are for pressurized natural gas. If you can pressurise your bio-gas you may not need special burners. The holes in a bio-gas stove are bigger because the bio-gas is typically at less pressure than what you would have in a natural gas hookup. putting weight on the top of your tank (like bricks) may be enough for you to use it in nat-gas generators and stoves (my source is youtube)
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Is a yellow flame on your propane stove dangerous?
Asked in Antiques, Wood-Burning Stoves
What is the value of a King Stove and Range Co pot belly 30A?
The King Hardware of Sheffield AL. bought out The Lizzie Loman stove works in 1905. The foundry was renamed King Stove & Range Co. In 1917 The Martin brothers bought out King Range & Stove Co and became Martin Stove Co. It may be that the Martin Stove Co still produced stoves under the name of King Stove up until the 1970's Not knowing the size of the stove or seeing a picture of it, it is hard to put a price on it. The price may range from $100 to over $1,000. I got this information from The Griswold & Cast Iron Cookware Association
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Asked in Home Appliances, Hydrocarbons, Natural Gas
How do you convert a stove from propane back to natural gas?
Why would your gas stove reach only 260 degrees in baking mode?
Asked in Energy
Does a stove use electrical energy to produce heat energy?
Some stoves do. It really depends on the kind of stove. The stove I use at home uses propane gas, so in this particular case, the answer is "no". But if your stove needs to be plugged into an electrical outlet in order to work, then the answer (for that particular stove) is "yes". Other stoves may use firewood.
Asked in Cleaning
Can you use a shop vac to clean your stove and oven?
What is the scientific name of gas in a gas stove?
There are a couple that are common in the U.S. If gas comes into your house from an outside tank, your stove is probably burning propane. If there is no tank, then you probably use natural gas, which is mostly methane. Some small portable stoves burn butane. I think that some localities may have other gases available.
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How can you find a manual to fix your stove?
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Where can one find wood burning stove for sale in the United Kingdom?
Asked in Science, Chemistry, Cooking Equipment , Natural Gas
Why does the flame on my natural gas stove-top burners turn from blue to orange when I heat the oven and throw in a small amount of water?
Believe it or not, on a very small scale you're not making it hotter. The yellow red or orange flames are actually cooler than those that are blue. As the burning gas travels through the air, it cools down and changes color. If your oven uses the same gas supply as your stove, the problem may be that having both the oven and the stove on at the same time weakens the gas flow, weakening the flame. Water douses fire, so it changes to orange as the flame weakens. This is not a major problem, nothing is wrong with your stove.
Can you burn wood in a coal burning stove?
Yes. The reverse is not always true (no coal in a wood stove) If you burn wood in a coal burning stove, it is not advisable to burn coal in that same stove. The problem is that the wood puts creosote into the chimney, which has to be cleaned out. When you switch back to coal, the gas from the coal may be hot enough to ignite the creosote, even if the coating is relatively light, causing a flue fire.