Bernzomatic TX850L question

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  1. Tnvol95 United States

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    Hello, I found some old stoves in my great grandparents house that me and my wife have been cleaning out and I have a question about the propane connector on this model. Does this just slide in, or is there something missing? I dont see any way it can thread in and I'm wondering about the possibility of it coming out while cooking and it catching on fire. Thanks for any insight you all can give me on this. 20200117_012130.jpg 20200117_012110.jpg
     
  2. itchy

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    Not familiar with this particular stove. But it seems possible that nothing is missing as these stoves are about as simply as they come. Is there a very small opening (jet) at the end of the brass tube? If so, it might well work as you suggested.
     
  3. Tnvol95 United States

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    Yes I believe there are very small holes on the part that screws on the end of it. It doesnt seem like anything is missing but it seems like it would be easy for it to fall off while cooking.