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Submitted: 01-02-2003 by leek
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I've had mine 35 years, also. And it is a roarer. Start it up at a mountain trail cabin or riverside campsite and everyone will come to look. I've never had to replace any parts, although I hear you can buy some sort of pump cap which will put air pressure in. I was interested, but then I realized that I like to start the gas flowing by the old suggested method of cupping your hands around the gas tank to heat up the contents. My quick method involves splashing a little gas in the well and torching it off. I did hear that carrying a dropper to add gas to the well was a neater, more elegant solution . I have resisted all urges to buy a more modern stove.
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