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Thread: Wiles Senior cooker.

  1. #91
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    Gosford NSW
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    Good to hear that you are making some progress as well. That oven from toolern vale looked pretty good but I can see how the bottom would be damaged. Did you have to replace the entire bottom panel? I will be doing the same with my oven. I have cleaned out what was left of the asbestos secured to the bottom already in preparation. Do you have any pictures of how the baffle plate between the smoke exhaust and the lower inlet looks? Mine is totally gone so I have nothing to pattern. I'll give the stove paint a try, is it a gloss black you have been using or semi gloss? It seems that the original would be a flat black.

  2. #92
    The paint is calledRustoleum in black satin finish. Look it up on eBay and they will post it to you.

    Not sure what baffle you are describing.

    And yes I put a whole new panel in the oven bottom. It could have been patched but a new section was a better way to go. Allowed me complete access to how the ovens are manufactured. I still have to rebuild another ovens on the second cooker as it is burnt out in the oven wall and floor. Will be a much bigger job.
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  3. #93
    Two NOS boiler units, sandblasted, painted and ready to fit
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  4. #94
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    Location
    Gosford NSW
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    13

    latest progress

    her is a few pics of the latest progress on our Junior after the welding and painting. It actually necessitated the removal of both guards, and chassis repairs due to rubbish accumulating over the years because of the gaps in the welding. Not a problem any more due to automotive sika flex. I don't suppose anyone would have some number stencils the same style as that other junior on this thread which still has its numbers displayed? I haven't managed to find a set with the same style "3". I Believed that my number was 163115, but upon closer examination it appeared that the last digit was actually a 6. The first 5 numbers were unmistakable.
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