Originally Posted by Mirari
To get a real accurate reading on what your Alaska Stove is burning I would take the removable parts out of the burner and mop up any diesel in the burner. Then turn on the fuel control to the setting you normally burn in and start a stop watch. Allow it to flow until you have a few onces of diesel. Shutoff the fuel and stop the watch. The most accurate way to now measure this amount of fuel is to use a small accurate scale and measure the weight of a dry paper towel and the weight of the towel that has absorbed all the diesel. Do a little math and you will have your consumption rate.
That's a good idea, I think I'll try this. According to the specs. from Dickinson they use about twice what I thought they would use.
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Last edited by Bilgewater; 03-16-2009 at 06:45 AM.