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Old 15-12-2012, 22:20   #1
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need help with stove instalation

i recently purchased a
"marine stainless fittings ltd, auckland nz, mariner princess",
it has "lpg 2515" stamped on the back, this may be a model number

if anyone has info on the stove, i would appreciate it if you could share what you know.
if anyone has access to the installation manual it would be a great help to me.

my main concerns are clearances to combustible surfaces and the possible need for ducting of the oven exhaust.

thank you for any help you can provide.

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Old 15-12-2012, 22:59   #2
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Re: need help with stove instalation

Google is your friend.......

These guys used to make them, try dropping them a line.....

Stainless Fittings & Fabrications Ltd - Services

"We used to make, but now repair Mariner ovens. Have your oven repaired or better still have it rebuilt and you will receive back a Mariner Oven that looks brand new and will give you another 20+ years service. No need to rip your galley apart to fit in a new stove that is nowhere near the quality your Mariner oven is."
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Old 16-12-2012, 02:17   #3
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Re: need help with stove instalation

We havea kero one of theirs with three burners and an oven.
It has been excellent for 25 yr, a really good quality product.
We have never flued the oven vent and in fact it would be difficult to do with the stove gimballed.
I lined the stove alcove with sheet stainless. You need to have the stovetop slightly higher than surrounding benches or the flame will scorch them ( Ours has been scorching for all that time with no probs.)
It is a heavy stove, so make sure it is well mounted.

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