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Shipmate propane stove model #873, need replacement burner element for oven

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  • awab Dec 04, 2008

    I have an 50 year old 3 burner stove with oven on top shipmate on my sailboat. the burner are not good anymore and the flame leaves on all pots a black stain. need new burners. the old burners been out off cast iron. need help to find the burners


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    email temp@awab.net

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