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Picnic stove

Discussion in 'RM MFG & Engineering Co Ltd' started by Paulk, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. Paulk

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    Just got this from the eBay.

    Looked good so powered up a tea test then went back and changed all washers.

    Now just need to change the Nrv pip

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    Runs with a very blue flame and far quieter than I'd expected but that might be the Nrv being a little hard and not letting the pressure build up a lot. The leather cup is fine if a little dry, now sorted. generally a tidy little stove that's just the right size for a brew out and about.
     
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  2. kerophile

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    Hi, these are good quality stoves and perform well.
    I notice that your model has size 0 prickers. These are for 0.23mm aperture diameter jets, and were used on certain models of these stoves. Have a look at this post of a very similar stove:

    http://classiccampstoves.com/threads/11752

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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  3. RonPH

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    Those are nice small stoves. The tank just gets too hot to touch after 20 mins of use :?
     
  4. Paulk

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    Even trying one brew I noticed the tank getting very warm. Far warmer than my 2 pinter as a comparison.
    I'm planning on this as a 'pretty' user so I may make a stainless disc heatshield just to sit over the tank.
     

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