This is a 1930's Chambers Stove that is mechanically in good working condition. All the burners, warmer, broiler and grill are in good working condition. It needs minor electrical and cosmetic work (see pictures). I love this stove. I used it for 10 years and had no problems with it. The only reason why I am selling it now is because I remodeled my kitchen and it no longer fits the decor. I will be more than happy to answer any questions on how to work the stove or any other questions you may have.Forms of payment: Through Pay Pal only or cash at pick up. The Stove will be released as soon as payment is received and verified. Shipping is as a whole the responsibility of the Buyer. If you would like to have a moving service pick it up please call me to inform me of the Moving Service's phone # to set up the time and date for pick up. If you would like to pick it up yourself still call me to set up a time and date. I am not responsible for any damages to the stove once it is handled by buyer or buyers moving service. History of the Stove: The stove came with the house when we bought our home. At first I didn't take advantage of all the features the stove had to offer because I didn't know how to use it. I called an appliance repair man (friend) to show me how to use it. That was the only time I ever called a repair man. The shelf on the left of the timer was broken when I took it out to clean. I used them to put my seasonings on. Don't leave anything on the left shelf when using the broiler it will melt it. I never used the timer or the deep well. I don't know if the timer works but I do know the Deep well does. It also has a container in it. It has a pilot light seperate from the burners on top. The folding top needs a new spring to hold it up when youre using the stove top. It would probobly be best if you just remove it. I kept it because I liked the extra space to use. The warmer as I call it is the storage area to the right of the stove. When I use the stove the storage area stays hot so I used it as a warmer when I needed it. To light the oven you open the oven door and be ready with a match, or lighter. You turn the switch while holding the lit match or lighter in front of the small hole at the bottom middle of the oven. That is w you light it. My favorite part of the stove was the combination griddle and broiler. I used it practically every meal. To light the broiler/griddle you have to turn the large lever on the left front of the stove to lift the griddle. Underneath the griddle is w the flames are. You have to light it the same as the oven with a match or lighter. Put it back down to use the griddle. To use the broiler you Light it the same way. I would take the removable broiler pan out cover it with foil and then place the meats on it. After replacing the broiler pan to the stove I would light it and lower the griddle. Another awsome feature the broiler has is that you can lower an higher the broiler pan while cooking with the little lever just to the right of the large lever that lowers the griddle. Thank you for your interest I hope I gave you enough information about the stove to make an informed decision before you bid. If you have any more questions please e-mail me. I'll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. GOOD LUCK!
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