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3404609/08/2019 12:56:49
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Small part is 4 by 4 and large part is 5 by 5 inch.

Not sure if related and cannot see how you would assemble the small part in relationship to the centre tube relative to firebox door if that makes sense ?

Any thoghts / suggestions please.

More pics on ebay - listing 

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Thanks

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Edited By 34046 on 09/08/2019 13:00:08

JasonB09/08/2019 13:23:03
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I'd say the bit on the right is for a horizontal boiler maybe a scotch one as the group of holes would be under the dome.

The other two are a vertical, if that tube plate is not vet soldered then it should go in just above the firehole and the one on the left at the top

 

Edited By JasonB on 09/08/2019 13:25:31

3404609/08/2019 13:34:28
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Sounds right to me Jason

Tube appears not to be soldered looking at eaby pics closely so perhaps a Kingdon type maybe ?

3404609/08/2019 15:08:24
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eaby should read ebay.

petro1head10/08/2019 09:47:58
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Looks a bit like an expresso maker

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