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Submitted: 05-19-2013 by rikjohnson
Addendum to my review below:
I bought some PR-3 epoxy, slit a drinking straw so it would fit inside the broken spout then repaired the broken spout with the epoxy, smearing it around and over the straw. Once dry, I was able to remove the straw which gave me an opening for the fuel and filed down the epoxy to match the original spout, though much thicker.
It seems to work ok.
And after disassembling the entire spout, I was able to clean and get the thing working properly. The spout is still a good idea though be certain to store and carry it upright.