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Is that fixable without having to purchase new parts?

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I would think so! but I'd want to have the parts needed for routine service. Specially the graphite packing. This may or may not be the stove you have but this company seems to have the parts and information. ck here. Forum Index - Classic Camp Stoves - Powered by FusionBB

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A&H Enterprises has all parts except cleaner.Have taken mine apart & will explain procedure if you need.Will be in port next day or two.
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Re: Difference between alcohol & kerosene stove?

I run my Taylor's burners at 20 -22 PSI. Nice blue flame not much smell factor. The newer burners are said to tolerate up to 24 PSI.

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