ENDERS 9061d Surprise

Discussion in 'Enders' started by Martin T., Sep 18, 2015.

  1. Martin T.

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    Here are two of my 9061d these i only bought because they were cheap and good for Spares. After a bit of cleaning i realized that both were complete. That one with the heavy dents on the case came with all the spares in the can. And it is unfired!!! The other one worked fine after refueling. I realy like these Stoves!
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    :thumbup:! Very nice find.
     
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    Interesting point you bring up, George. At one point I had about a half dozen of these stoves and at least one, maybe two had the inner cap inverted...


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  5. Martin T.

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    Yes sorry you were right Kerophile!!! The inner cap is shown wrong in the picture. I only composite it after the cleaning. Some time ago i got the same problem with the yellow flames and it takes some time to find out what was wrong. But now i got maybe 12 of these Stoves an now im sure that the inner cap must be mounted inverted as shown in the picture! It is also interesting that a minimal bump can cause a different picture of the flame.
    Best regards Martin