Typical pump assembly
Hi @OptimusprimeNorway see link to post:
Help/input needed with an Optimus 155
There is a link given to an exploded view of Op.535.
Hi @Neil_scott “lipstick” burners were intended to be a consumable item. Once the jet aperture became too large, with a resulting inefficient...
Non-return valve refurbishment kit - The Fettlebox
Another option is to attach a water hose to the filler hole and use water pressure to push the loose NRV out of its hole.
See alligator forceps in this post:
British Military #12 Problem - Solved!
Selus French stove
Fettling a Primus No.4 from 1928.
Nipple (Jet) Key - for Roarer or Silent Burners - The Fettlebox
Kit E Optimus/Primus etc 2 pint 1, 5 etc - The Fettlebox
Buflam No.2. from 1950s?
Stove restoration. Parts 1 to 4
Re-solder stove legs:
Re-soldering Stove Legs.
Hi, these are two similar looking Svea filler cap/SRV assemblies (New Old Stock) for blowlamps. The petrol/gasoline types do not have air-release...
Hi @Tony Press They do look like they may belong on a blowlamp. combined filler cap, air-release valve, and SRV....
Eperon D'Or No.1. French Stove
Stove Reference Gallery link:
Eperon D'Or No.1. French Stove *
I have copied these comments from another thread. It helps to keep valuable input on the Korean language labels in this original thread:
I have just been looking at Superscript 1 stoves and they have burners marked Optimus Primus despite being 1980s stoves! Optimus must have had an...
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