I have a Coleman dual fuel stove that I have had for over 2 decades now but the manifold had rusted through. When I try to light it I can see fuel burning right out of the manifold through the holes. Not ideal. I see replacement parts for the manifold assembly but they run about $50. Is there a way I can repair this part instead of buying a whole new one? The rest of the part seems fine, it's right at the joint where the rod from the tank connects that is broke through. Can I slap something on there like solder or a clamp or anything?