Pittston Coal Range

Pittston Coal Range

PostBy: les On: Sat. Nov. 05, 2005 8:26 pm

I have a pittston stove company kitchen range which I had rebuilt this summer. However, The lids were in such bad shape, The man that rebuilt the rest of the stove couldn't repair them. Does anyone know where I could purchase some decent lids? Any help will be appreceiated.
les
 


Re: Pittston Coal Range

PostBy: JPADDY On: Mon. Nov. 07, 2005 6:33 pm

Check eBay - I have been stove shopping (for non-vintage) but I sure do see a lot of old stoves and stove parts. Post a search on your eBay page and be patient. May take a while.
JPADDY
 

Re: Pittston Coal Range

PostBy: les On: Tue. Nov. 08, 2005 3:13 pm

thanks for the info.

les
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Re: Pittston Coal Range

PostBy: kuzntmmy On: Sat. Aug. 18, 2007 11:50 pm

I just purchased a pittston coal cooking stove and it is also in need of repair. The back cast chimmney piece is broken and the oven panel needs repair........Can you please tell me who repaired your stove.....Thanks..................Kuzntmmy
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Re: Pittston Coal Range

PostBy: les On: Tue. Aug. 21, 2007 3:46 pm

kuzntmmy wrote:I just purchased a pittston coal cooking stove and it is also in need of repair. The back cast chimmney piece is broken and the oven panel needs repair........Can you please tell me who repaired your stove.....Thanks..................Kuzntmmy


I took my stove to Wales,Ma. to a guy that rebuilds old stoves. His e-mail is **Broken Link(s) Removed** telephone (413) 245-7396. Hope this helps.

Les
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Re: Pittston Coal Range

PostBy: Gary in Pennsylvania On: Fri. Sep. 07, 2007 2:56 pm

Try here?
Gary in Pennsylvania