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Antique Stove Thermostats and parts/The Old Appliance Club

Posted by Gina Thompson on October 7th, 2002 03:59 PM
In reply to Wedgewood Stove by Deirdre Marcrum on August 27th, 2002 10:04 AM [Go to top of thread]

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I am responding to a request by several old appliance users to post this message about The Old Appliance Club at

This site is dedicated to all old appliance owners, restoration experts and do-it-yourselfers.
It is the largest clearinghouse of its kind in the world for old appliances, parts, information and top notch technical specialists.

TOAC has the largest footprint on the web for old stove and appliances with just under 600 pages of content.

Jack Santoro is the founder, sponsor and historian of the organization. His core business is supplying rebuilt oven thermostats and safety valves, vintage and reproductions parts, services, manuals and expertise on all antique and classic stoves.
Safety systems for old gas ranges are the lastest invention for pre and mid-century gas ranges. Also, hard to find rebuilding services for Lorain and Robertshaw thermostats or regulators is now available.

Anyone can receive The Old Appliance Communique at no cost by going to the home page above and sign up for this newsletter.
TOAC is constantly adding new products and books and services strictly for old appliance owners and receives over 1,657,000 hits at the site per month.

Courteous service and correct information is available to all. To contact The Old Appliance Club please call 805-643-3532 or e-mail

Hope this help with old appliance questions for this site.

Thank you,

Gina Thompson

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