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Jungers propane stove
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rick    Posted 02-02-2003 at 15:34:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I recently aquired an old jungers propane stove to use in my deer camp. it seems to be in very good condition, almost like new actually. But I really dont know anything about them. I'm looking for an owners manual and any opinion on them. its vented with a four inch pipe, has two thermostats, a humidifier, and a 6" 22500 btu plus a 10" 37500 btu burner.
I tried to find info on the jungers stove and range company of grafton, wi. which is stamped on the stove. But have not been able to find anything.
Any opinions on the stove safety and where I might get an owners manual would be greatly appreciated!!!

brian    Posted 12-07-2005 at 14:15:54       [Reply]  [Send Email]

i recently picked up a junger stove that is natural gas and i was wandering if you know where i might be able to pick up some pilot jets to convert it to propane. any leads would be greatly appreciated thank you. model#gb500 and serial# 316

Dave Axland    Posted 03-03-2005 at 19:43:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We would like to heat the office/attic expansion with my grandfathers farm house oil burner.
It is a Jungers.
The heater looks great, having spent 30 years in the grainery since we took down the main house and barn.
The burner is intact, other than the plate above the unit, or whatever is necessary to transfer from heater to stove pipe.
Looking for general information on heater and someting specific on usage and intall.

Bob Wundrock    Posted 03-27-2003 at 10:29:09       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Jungers has been out of business since the early 1960's. The building was used as the Plymouth Foundry until the early 1970's when the EPA shut it down. It exists as a warehouse now.

You may want to check with the USS Liberty Public Library in Grafton. They may have some old info and documents from Jungers Stove and Range Company.

DeadCarp    Posted 02-02-2003 at 17:59:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
We heated the farm house with a Jungers oil burner in the 50s - one of those coffeecan-shaped burners that were kinda fussy to light. It finally got updated but the old top is now mounted sideways and became the grille for my bug. :)

Jake Jungers    Posted 01-14-2005 at 21:11:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
don't say where out of business, A Jungers does not fail, they only rise like the Phoenix.

Dan Buck    Posted 02-20-2007 at 10:22:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Is it possible to use a jungers stove to cook or is it just for heating?

Denise Delander    Posted 09-19-2005 at 11:30:23       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We have a couple of Jungers oil burners that my husband has kept in the garage for years. He now wants to get rid of them if you know anyone who is interested. He plans to put them on ebay.

Marty Kartch    Posted 11-09-2007 at 17:06:59       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Denise, I also have a oil burner. Do you know what they are worth. The one I have is in great shape, and I would also like to sell it on ebay.

carl amodt    Posted 11-14-2006 at 10:18:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
just noticed your note on 'Kountry' site today (11/14/06) - considering such an item as Jungers for home in St Cloud MN - do you still have the one(s) you had in garage (for sale - close By ??)

reply if so - thanks

Les Myrold    Posted 11-26-2005 at 05:11:56       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Grew up with a Jungers in the living room of our farmhouse in the 40's & 50's. Would like more info/pics on what you have.


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