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Old 10-05-2009, 08:09 PM   #1
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I am replacing the stove and refrigerator in our '73 Tradewind. I have read many times on here that one shoudl never trrow anything away from an Airstream without offering it to the members first.
While I don't think there is much value in these, there may be some part that someone would like. It is yours for the asking for shipping costs (to be claculated, of course)

Stove - the cook top works. The oven won't light. No attempt to repair it.



Refrigerator - doesn't cool at all. No atempt to repair it.



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Old 10-05-2009, 09:05 PM   #2
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I might be able to use the stainless stove cover and refridgerator front door pilot light/burner assembly depending on if it is the same as my 71 Tradewind.
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Old 10-05-2009, 09:44 PM   #3
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I'll gladly pay the shipping for the stove knobs, as mine are no longer legible.
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Old 10-05-2009, 10:33 PM   #4
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I wonder what it would cost to mail those 2 fridge racks from Canada to Colorado? I would love to have them as ours were no longer usable, even after an attempt to clean. If you can let me know by PM the ship costs, I will take them and thanks.
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These parts are all gone.

can't edit the original posting so I'll just put this here.
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what did you do to fix your armstrong Tr21-12 airconditioner I was reading it on another blog .just happened to think about it. mine is not working i would like to have it repaired but think it might not be worth fixing please help
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what did you do to fix your armstrong Tr21-12 airconditioner I was reading it on another blog .just happened to think about it. mine is not working i would like to have it repaired but think it might not be worth fixing please help
Actually, I got lucky there. All I had to do was lubricate and free up the condenser motor (on the roof). After that it worked great. Winter has arrived and so I have never used it in hot weather or for an extended period, so time will tell if it is really ok or not. From the rate it was cooling, it was obvious it had lots of coolant. The test will come with extended running of the compressor and fan motors, but I will be giving them a complete cleaning and overhaul before I run it in the spring.
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