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Old oil-fired range cooker - in working order, needs some TLC. For sale for parts or repairs or could be cleaned up and used.
Buyer to collect and dismantle. Location is near Cardigan, west Wales
Information from the Rayburn website:
The Rayburn Regent - Oil Fired was introduced in the late 1960s as the oil fired version of the Regent (Solid Fuel). Intended for continually burning, to give cooking and domestic hot water, it was available with either a right hand or left hand, single oven. The burner was a vapourising sleeve type, using 28 second kerosene, to produce heat for the oven and domestic hot water. It was also available as a non boiler model, for cooking only.
The heat level was adjusted by use of the dial on the oil control valve, which was usually mounted on the side of the appliance. This increased or decreased the fuel flow rate to the burner; there being a defined minimum and maximum flow rate for the correct function of the appliance.
The maximum heat to the domestic hot water was 7000BTU/Hr ( 2KW ) obtained when the control was set on high setting, giving the highest oven temperature. Circulation to the hot water cylinder ( direct or indirect ) was by gravity.
Optional extras included a splash plate and a plate rack.