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FL Trainer
June 23, 2012, 10:26 AM
Can anyone help me determine what model Saeco lead melting pot I have. I bought it from my reloading supplier for $25. It has seen better days, the pot has been lying around for who knows how long. The temp dial is missing and it has a fine coat of rust on all metal parts. That's an easy cleanup. Oh, and it works just fine, I melted 2 ingots yesterday just to make sure.

As I've seen on other models the model is stamped on the dial plate (i.e. model 24) all this has is the serial # F931.

I've googled the info I have....but no luck.

Any info would be appreciated....Carl

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res7s
June 23, 2012, 01:57 PM
What does it look like?
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