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Titan milk house heater restoration
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Post# 435458   11/25/2020 at 18:37 by Zenith12 (Canfield Ohio )        

This trashed heater was giving to me by my dad from his work . It ran but it sounded bad and it smoked.after I tore it apart I dumped a half a pound of dust out of it .the thermostat was broken it looked like someone sprayed orange spray pant in it just to see what happened the handle was hanging on by a thread but all the three days I worked on it payed off and it looks and sounds like new!!!!!

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Post# 435461 , Reply# 1   11/25/2020 at 18:55 by Lesinutah (Utah)        
Nice

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It looks brand new. Nice job on the resto.

Post# 435464 , Reply# 2   11/25/2020 at 21:28 by Zenith12 (Canfield Ohio )        
Thank you have a happy thanksgiving

It took a lot of work

Post# 435465 , Reply# 3   11/25/2020 at 21:58 by human (Pines of Carolina)        
Nice job...

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I'm sure seeing the finished product is very rewarding.

Post# 435469 , Reply# 4   11/25/2020 at 22:44 by MadMan (Chicago, IL, USA)        

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2nd on Les, looks brand spankin' new!

Gotta love old appliances. It's broken? Take it apart, clean it, reassemble, good as new for the next 50 years.


Post# 435471 , Reply# 5   11/26/2020 at 00:15 by huskyvacs (Indiana)        

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The real star here is the paintjob. Not glossy where it looks out of place and ruins the look, but not too matte either. If that was a rattle can job, it looks near perfection! I always had bad luck with spray paint and never get things to look so good like that.

Post# 435492 , Reply# 6   11/26/2020 at 13:38 by kirbyklekter (Concord,Ca.)        
@ Zenith12

Really nice job,worth every minute you put in to it. What is that large white appliance that you have it sitting on in #1? I see a plug on the side and a hinged panel on the back.Happy Thanksgiving! Billy

Post# 435493 , Reply# 7   11/26/2020 at 13:57 by fan-of-fans (USA)        
Nice job!

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I was wondering what that appliance is in the photo as well.

Post# 435497 , Reply# 8   11/26/2020 at 14:23 by MadMan (Chicago, IL, USA)        

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Pretty sure that's the ironing machine that they were inquiring about getting a motor for.

Post# 435506 , Reply# 9   11/26/2020 at 17:07 by Zenith12 (Canfield Ohio )        
Yes you are right

It was me Iím the one that posted it


Post# 435690 , Reply# 10   11/30/2020 at 19:35 by kirbyklekter (Concord,Ca.)        
Well ooooops!

I somehow missed Zenith12's earlier post that has no less than TWENTY photos of the ironing machine that this milk house heater is sitting on.So if you want to see more go down to post#435081. Billy




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