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Clementine

05:25PM | 03/01/04
Member Since: 02/29/04
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Bvhvac
I bought a Humphrey Radiant Fire gas heater at auction last week. I need help identifying the model number and dates of production of this style. I think the model number is 10 or maybe 102. It is all copper with straight legs and medallion and lantern ornamentation. I think the radiant is original because some of the identification is burned off.

Does anybody know a source about this company and their products? Thanks

AlE

12:57AM | 08/22/13
Member Since: 08/22/13
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I do not have an answer, as I am in the same boat - so to speak with a Humphrey Radiant Fire #60 that I need to connect to or convert to a propane gas line. I have only found one site http://www.dearbornheater.com/ that seems to know anything about these heaters. Problem is tho I spoke to someone - once - emailed photos as suggested, and have not heard from or been able to get an answer when I phone or email. ??? Anyone know anything about how to achieve conversion??
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Linda shoemaker

09:49AM | 02/19/14
Member Since: 02/19/14
1 lifetime posts
I found a Humphrey heater brass or copper in color the gas turn on knob is straight and high on the right hand side cant find the year at all in excellent con.

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