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Burmos No.96

Discussion in 'Townson & Coxson' started by paulgarswood, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. paulgarswood

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    My Burmos No.96, a British copy of the Primus 96.

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  2. Strangely Brown United Kingdom

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    This is the first Burmos copy of a 96 I have seen Paul; is this the theme of your collecting, 96's and deriatives?
     
  3. paulgarswood

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    Puzzled for a while struggling to understand why it only held pressure for about 15 seconds. Finally stuck it in a bowl of water and observed bubbles coming from filler cap. Fitted a new washer for filler cap, pressure maintained and am now really chuffed with this little stove.

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