Do you have a Chambers Stove? : LUSENET : Cooking & Crafts : One Thread

I just get 2 Chambers model B stoves and will be making one stove in the near future. Does anyone have a Chambers? Any tips for cooking? According to the Idle Hour cookbook I can make ice cream in the deep well and cook on the stove... has anyone tried this?

-- Michelle (, January 28, 2002



I just purchased a house, it has the antique Chambers Stove you are looking for. Please make me an offer?

-- John (, June 01, 2002.

I have a 1925 Chambers Gas Fireless Range Model 3741-W on legs. Does anyone have the burners for this model? thanks

-- Michelle (, June 26, 2002.

I have an antique chamber stove. Has 3 burners, deep well and broiler that drops. Is anyone interested?

-- terry lassinger (, January 19, 2003.

The Chambers Stove can be seen on the Cooking Channel, On the earlier episodes of Mario Malta & a current show that I can't recall the host. This weeks 1/19/03 Sunday paper magazine section had a story about a guy who found a rare commercial size Chambers, he paid $17,000 for it. I've had mine for years and love cooking on it. ..Happy Cooking!!!

-- Richard Hopkins (, January 20, 2003.

Has anyone encountered problems in installing a Chambers stove in the course of re-modeling a kitchen? Code issues, etc. If so, how have they been solved. Thanks. C.E.

-- cynthia ehrenkrantz (, March 15, 2003.

You may have issues depending on the codes in your area. Because the stoves do not have a pilot light in the oven they may get 'red tagged'. You can purchase pilot light kits for the oven though, so if this happens to you there is a solution. Personally, I'm just going to install mine and hope it doesn't get tagged - I don't have children so it's less of a hazard in my house.

On another note, I'm hoping to find a red stove for my parents, Chambers preferred but any brand would probably be ok. Does anyone have one? I am in western New York, so shipping cost is a BIG factor in finding a stove.

-- Michelle (, March 17, 2003.

Welcome to the CHAMBERS family!

You are now part of a select group that has learned that there is NO other range (some call them "stoves") for the home that cooks with the gas turned OFF!

That's right! The CHAMBERS cooks with less gas because it is so well insulated that, after your food is heated thoroughly, you turn the gas OFF and cooked on retained heat!

And, yes, you CAN make ice cream in the Thermowell while cooking a full-course dinner on the stove and in the oven - it's THAT WELL INSULATED!

The key to making the most of your CHAMBERS is having the cookbook and service manual.

Visit my website for more information on CHMAMBERS cookerey -


Happy cooking with the gas turned OFF!

- Todd W. White

-- Todd W. White (, August 21, 2004.

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