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Old 08-09-2016   #11
 
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I hope I don't eff mine up

I bought the larger 4 burner break apart Partner this spring along with 2 of their 12" X 18" griddles. My understanding when I bought all the stove and griddles was that they went together. I use the griddles right on the stove without any steel bars. I hope their griddles are made so I don't need steel bars. It looks like there is a little space around the edges to bleed off heat. I don't recall any papers that came with the stove.

My friend has the large griddle from partner. We used it on my stove a couple of times. The large griddle see-sawed on the break apart hinges which poke up above the cook surface. Maybe you need the steel bars if you get the big griddle to create a solid cook surface.

I did just add some yellow tape to the "Y" fitting and replaced the POL with the black ACME.

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I had heard the griddle thing so many times that when I picked up my stove at partner Steel in Pokie I asked Bill about it directly. He told me that Partner griddles are designed to be used with Partner stoves. No bars or other stuff needed. He told me that any griddle or cook pan that doesn't 100% cover the top of the stove is fine.

I'm assuming since the OP said "Partner type" stove that it's a knock-off. I'm sure they would give advice on a fix none the less if contacted.
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To restate the obvious:

Is this a real Partner Steel stove or a 'type' Partner Steel stove? I have seen advertisements for a rip off Partner Steel copy.

Call Partner Steel before posting here, I have had several email questions to Partner Steel, always got an answer back in a very short time, usually within the hour. My bet is if the stove is Partner Steel they will either fix it, send you the parts to fix it or make some arrangement to repair your stove.
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Looks like a Stansport Tuff Stove. I have one too but never use is because it's A. heavy B. heavy c. not a Partner and D. I have access to a Partner. Not a bad stove for what it is though. I'd call a plumber or HVAC shop and ask if you can bring it in for someone to solder or otherwise repair. Probably be your cheapest and easiest option.
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Old 08-10-2016   #16
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To sort of state the obvious, what does Partner say when you give them a call.
I think Partner would say "why are you calling us about a Stansport stove?"
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I think Partner would say "why are you calling us about a Stansport stove?"
The OP has not yet confirmed its not a partner stove. All we know is the description of "partner steel type 4 burner". Does this description refer to a stove that is not made by partner but is like a partner stove, or is it a stove made by partner and a 4 burner type/model?

Obviously if its not a partner stove, they aren't going to tell you how to fix it or have the parts to fix it since they make all their stuff custom and different from the masses, so when something breaks or you need another hose, you have to get it from them.
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Can tell from the black color. Nothing wrong with that. I looked at them, and might have bought one.
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This is from my real Partner 4 burner.
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Different color metal. Different welds. Copper instead of brass tubing. Different size threads on fitting.
I'm ready to call it: Not a Partner!


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