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    Unhappy

    My dad has an old Timken oil burning furnace roughly 50 years old. The house will be torn down within a couple of years so he really doesn't want to buy a new furnace. The porcelain ignitor fell apart and I'm trying to find someone who knows where I might be able to get a part for this beast.

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    Call the Smithsonian - they might want it for an exhibit.

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    Timken Rotary Flame Oil Burner

    I haven't seen on of those in about 9 or 10 years, what a pita to work on sometimes.

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    Sid Harvey

    Sid Harvey said the burner number was to old to cross reference so they couldn't help. I think its a lost cause. Thanks anyway.

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    Keep looking

    Keep looking call your service person they will locate it.
    You can still get parts.

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    timkin c Adj electrode

    Quote Originally Posted by timken man View Post
    My dad has an old Timken oil burning furnace roughly 50 years old. The house will be torn down within a couple of years so he really doesn't want to buy a new furnace. The porcelain ignitor fell apart and I'm trying to find someone who knows where I might be able to get a part for this beast.
    I have these still in stock , if you want i will be glade to talk to you about them
    joeken

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeken101 View Post
    I have these still in stock , if you want i will be glade to talk to you about them
    joeken
    This thread is almost 5 years old, welcome to the site!

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