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Topic: Master Appliance 751 - was +First Roaster Advice (2 msgs / 48 lines)
1) From: Brian Kamnetz
There are two models (maybe more) of the Master Appliance 751. The 751A is a
lower-heat model, the 751B is a higher heat model. I have the 751B.
Brian
On 3/25/07, Rich  wrote:
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2) From: Rich
Actually, there are three, HG-751, HG-751A, and HG-751B.  The 751 and the 751A use the HAS-015K 
element and the 751B uses the HAS-043K element.  The heat and air flow is the same for any of 
them but the resistance is different and therefore the wattage rating is different.  The 751 is rated at 
750 / 1000 degrees and 23 scfm at 20A, right off of the nameplate.  The A is the same but slightly 
lower current.  The 751 and 751A are almost identical physically and the 751B is the latest iteration 
and is more efficient but same air and temperature.
Source
URL:http://www.masterappliance.com/Bottom line is they are all the same when it comes to temperature and air flow.  The HG751 is old 
enough to vote and the HG-751B is just a child.
Rich
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From: Brian Kamnetz
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2007 11:32:03 -0400
There are two models (maybe more) of the Master Appliance 751. The 751A is a lower-heat model, the 
751B is a higher heat model. I have the 751B.
Brian
On 3/25/07, Rich  wrote: The HG-751 can be had on fleabay for less than the 
$80.00 new price but you will have to be paitent.
The company that makes them provides parts for all of the various revisions of the 751.  It will last a
lifetime and the high air flow is great. 
On Sun, 25 Mar 2007 19:11:38 -0700, Larry Williams wrote:
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