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Old 30-07-2014, 21:58   #1
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Shipmate Stove Parts

I got a new safety control valve for my 1981 Shipmate two-burner stove from Gearbusters on eBay but now I need an oven control valve. Gearbusters doesn't list one. Any ideas out there?

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Old 31-07-2014, 08:24   #2
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Re: Shipmate stove parts

Have you tried Sure Marine? Give them a call.

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Re: Shipmate Stove Parts

I used parts from a princess stove for my shipmate.

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Re: Shipmate Stove Parts

i am looking for the thermometer that goes in oven door of shipmates... any leads?
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Re: Shipmate Stove Parts

Gearbusters doesn't list every part in stock. John, the stove guru behind Gearbusters is a good fellow and a wealth of knowledge. Send an email via eBay to him. He is a bit laid back and may take a while, but he'll get to you.

With his help, I cleaned and adjusted my Shipmate. No parts required. I'll reinstall it in the boat ... And sell my new still-in-the-box Force 10.

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