Mystery Stove

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Chevronencoded

New Member
Dec 17, 2021
3
USA
Hello, new here and I am in need of some friendly help in identifying this gas stove. My grandparents owned this and (as you may have guessed) lost the manual. I am trying to identify the model of stove and cannot find one like it on many, many, many attempts at online searches. There is a plate on the inside but doesn't provide me with much information. Any leads on this would be greatly appreciated!

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Fingerlakes Fireplace

Burning Hunk
Jan 9, 2017
188
Upstate NY
Hello, new here and I am in need of some friendly help in identifying this gas stove. My grandparents owned this and (as you may have guessed) lost the manual. I am trying to identify the model of stove and cannot find one like it on many, many, many attempts at online searches. There is a plate on the inside but doesn't provide me with much information. Any leads on this would be greatly appreciated!

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That silver plate on the back tells me its stove made by Johnson Gas aka Mendota. The model is Newport, and the serial is the # stamped in that box. It looks to be a bvent. I would go to the Mendota website for a manual.