It look like it is Indian made.
Plastic pump knob and feets.
Doubtful overall quality.
Is it only me or do not the burner look home made?
I have the rods in my enameled stove.
Personally, I think that the enamel on the stoves was the rust proofing before that stainless steel become...
I do not know if you have looked in the Reference Library for the original instruction but here you have a link:...
The nipples/jets available for the BRS 8/8A and 12/12A are these:
#30 for Kerosene?
#33 for Gasoline/Kerosene?
#35 for Gasoline?
I have not been...
This is the Swedish patent 48624 from 1919.
Thank you for you good memory.
Now it is more clear of what this burner is.
I can not say that I recall to have seen this burner before.
Neither the squarish holes in the burner bowl or the riveted metal bracket...
I bought a box of these caps because I needed new ones for an Optimus 155 and I can say that they perform very well.
I was out of Optimus caps...
00 = Nollnoll in Swedish.
As a Swedish person I naturally say it, as other Swedish members do, in Swedish.
Some examples in Swedish:
111 = Hundraelva
123 = Hundratjugotre...
Why not talk to a plumber near you to see if he can help you braze this or better because you are in Stockholm so why not talk to...
Are you sure it is not remains of the wick that is stuck way into the tube.
Like parts of the wire that has rusted or so?
I assume it is only for demonstration on the picture you aim at the handle.
In reality you probably aimed straight on the burner with the handle...
You only need a slow flow of air to get a burn-off of the carbon in the burner.
Some type of air blower is what you need.
You have the year code at the bottom of the lighter if you want to know when the Zippo was made.
There are some resemblance of a Burmos stove on this one.
Someone with better knowledge of Burmos might give a hint if I am wrong.
One tool that is very useful is a bench vise with protective aluminum sheets over the steel jaws.
You can put the part in the jaws without any...
Can I suggest you to be a subscriber?
If so, you can find all of this information in the Reference Library that is only accessable to...
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