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 Factory Manual 

'C'             Click for 'A' and 'B' Manual page.




Thermostats and Gong Timers

Conversion Charts -Gas / Propane

ALL Adjustments

Cleaning Instructions


Dampers, Doors and Valves

Broiler and Griddle

Orifice Sizes

Pilot and Burner Data

Dismantling and Assembling

Broiler Box Assembly

Recommended Tools

All Parts Chart

          ... and Much More

Chambers Model "C" Book


Complete Updated Edition - 41 pages

Re-mastered  for Professional Use  by J.E.S. Enterprises

Jam Packed with Easy-to-Use Service Information - Quick Fixes and Tips

Nat'l Gas <> Propane Changes

 Laser Quality - Sharp Images and Text - Waterproof Covers

- Spiral Bound for Easy Use -

 BEST Time and Money Saving Manual a Chambers Owner Can Buy



Model 'C' tag will be under the right front burner.

The  model 'C' has a TIMER next to the oven dial on the front of the stove.

For Chambers 'B' look inside the service cabinet door

on the well for the model type before ordering.


E-mail a picture to to be sure if you are uncertain.

'C' Model Manual


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New !   CHAMBERS 'C' Safety Systems 

    Is Your Chambers Stove Up To Code and Safe ?

Has your Chambers range been “red-tagged” and put out of commission because it lacks a safety system? Did you purchase a vintage stove for use in your kitchen only to get it “knocked-down” because it failed to meet code? If so, please read further for an explanation of why you should be concerned and a solution.

 Most early to mid-century stoves were manufactured without safety systems simply because they were not in existence. Ovens were manually lit with a match. Unfortunately, through misuse this caused a great deal of accidents -- even deaths.


 How could this happen? It doesn’t take much. You turn on the oven, then suddenly something as simple as a phone or door bell ringing pulls your attention away from manually lighting the oven. With the gas valve fully turned on, ‘raw’ gas rapidly fills the closed oven cavity. In short order you can imagine what can happen if just one spark – even from a light switch – can do when gas meets an ignition point.


 Today, with the vast increase of enthusiasts purchasing and installing vintage stoves in their homes, everyone should be aware that gas ranges must be up to code and safe!

 By adding a safety system into your stove, you will have the following benefits: 


  1. Standing Pilot – With the addition of a standing pilot for oven ignition, the need to use a match to manually light the oven is eliminated. If the pilot blows out due to a gust of wind or for any reason at all, the main flow of gas traveling into the oven will be cut off immediately.

  2. Safety Valve – The safety valve works as a guardian to permit or restrict raw gas from reaching its final destination point or ignition.  If the pilot is “blown out” or diminishes due to a lack of gas pressure, a signal, carried by a sensor that leads to the safety valve, hits a “red alert” that automatically shuts down the flow of fuel to the oven.

This device can save your home and your life! Not many Chambers ranges have this unit installed. Due to hundreds of letters that we have received in regard to this problem, we felt the need to make an 

arrangement to professionally fabricate the correct system for your stove.

 Installation can be made by a local stove service tech, or appliance repairman, or mechanically trained individual. Everything is included in the package to install the system correctly.

 Currently we are making systems for ALL models of Chambers stoves and

manufacturers going back to the 20s. 

If you have another model or further questions on the approximate cost, please e-mail us at

 Don’t take a chance…get your Chambers Safety System and 

be up to code, up to date and safe today!


More Chambers Items !


 Chambers Guides - 40s-50s Idle Hour TO SAVE GAS ! 

or,  the 20s 30s Chambers Fireless


The Old Road Home Fall 1997 Issue

Featuring the Fascinating

History of the Chambers Range


Don't Miss the pictures in the Chambers Feature - Large, Medium and Small in 

The Old Road Home, Winter 2001 Edition


Click on 'Chambers' at the top of the page   NEW STOVE PARTS





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Insurance Coverage or Signature Confirmation Delivery available on request.

Not liable or responsible for any damage or delays due to shipper.

No replacement or refund on any item that has been lost or recorded as Delivered by carrier.


 We recommend you hire a qualified, licensed service technician diagnose your stoves problem first as we do not diagnose mechanical problems over the telephone.

All warranties on thermostats or safety valves start from the day the customer receives the order regardless of when the unit is installed.

All sales final - no refund nor replacement on: any thermostat rebuilding orders or thermostat exchanges, custom fabricated safety systems, safety valves, pilot assemblies, minipilots, combination pilot replacements or specific rebuild orders.

 All sales final - no refund nor replacement on rebuilt or new electrical parts or elements due to damage from a malfunctioning appliance that caused the replacement part to arc and burn out.

All stated warranties on thermostats, safety valves or any other equipment start from the day the customer receives the order regardless of when the unit is installed. If the unit is sent in for warranty service the customer is responsible for shipping charges. Warranty service is in effect for the stated period only.


 All sales final on:  PDF files, printed materials and electrical parts, used parts and services.

 Porcelain Enamel Service:  On rare occasions during the porcelain baking process parts can warp. Even after all precautions are taken during the process, this is unavoidable. There is no refund or replacement if this should happen. Consider this carefully before you place an order for porcelain enamel services.


25% Restocking fee will be charged on new parts that have been returned. Shipping is nonrefundable. **All Credits Must Be Used Within 6 months from issue date or they will be void.

No Return if new parts have been damaged or worn. If you order a part without sending in the required e-mail pictures first, there is no refund or exchange.


25% Processing fees will be charged on all cancelled orders.


Refunds for new or used parts must be received within 30 days or no credit will be issued. 25% restocking fee will be charged. Items are subject to inspection before eligible for full or partial refund credit. No credit on any damaged non-useable items. Shipping is non-refundable on all orders unless stated.



We reserve the right to refuse or cancel service or orders to anyone for

any reason not prohibited by law without explanation.


Chargebacks: Customers must attempt to return merchandise before

proceeding with a chargeback.


Not responsible for parts or orders left after 30 days unless previously arranged.

Prices subject to change without notice.


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