I am working on an Enders 9060 petrol stove at the moment and have a problem. I have fettled the stove. The pump works well, the controls operate as intended, the tank and pump seals have been renewed. There are no leaks from joints, packing, or caps. The cleaning needle operates properly. But.....When I prime and start the stove I get lots of yellow flame and some smoke. It looks like a very rich mixture, and too much fuel getting through. The control knob works and will shut off the flame but there is smoke and yellow flame over the full range of settings. I have studied the earlier posts on CCS Forum and none of the suggestions contained in them really helps me. I have made sure that the burner is very hot by good priming before I ignite it. I checked the burner caps are all present and correct. I removed and cleaned the jet. I looked at it under a magnifying eye-piece and it seems OK. I checked it with a pricker for a No.96 stove and I would guess the aperture is about 0.23mm diameter. I emptied out the fuel and checked the wick. It is white, flexible and well located in the feed pipe from the tank. I don't know what to do next. I have no spare jet for the stove or I would try that. I would appreciate sensible suggestions....... But not that I should stick with kerosene stoves! Best Regards, Kerophile.