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Old 01-21-2019, 11:36 AM   #1
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Older Force 10 parts

I have an older Force 10 stove (prior to 2000) on my 37 pacific trawler. looking for one of the smaller flame burner disks that sit on each burner or in oven. Was hoping some did a retro to new burners and saved the old burner parts.
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If you strike out on parts here, Sure Marine in Seattle is a good source of parts for Force 10 products.
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Thanks for your reply,
Unfortunately they do not have burner caps available for the pre-1999 versions of the stove. Was hoping someone was going to do the upgrade burners so might have a cap from the old ones.

Replaced my thermocouples on the my old style stove and cleaned it all up. Somehow one of the caps disappeared.:banghead
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I did a complete rebuild of my 1988 force 10. Post a picture of the part you are looking for and I will tell you where to get it. Btw check your fire box, it may have holes in it after all these years.
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Now I read your post carefully.... yes no one has the old burner caps. I put in 3 new burners. That also means you have to raise the grate.

I noticed a couple of days ago the Mikeís Marine Consignment in Ventura California has some old Force 10s. Buy one for parts. I checked the prices, itís a deal.
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Wow.....internet is an amazing place. Have already located several burner caps pretty much for the cost of shipping.

Stove has seen very little use and with the exception of a failed thermocouple had no problems. Rather than buy new burners at a significant cost replaced all thermocouples at a cost under 30 bucks with less effort than replacing burners.

Thanks to all who replied
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