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  1. shueilung.2008

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    :doh: Ups! Now I understand what you meant as "stressing"... The fettler's nightmare.

    Thankfully, down here I just get kerosene 111's!

    Regards

    Enrique
     
  2. gieorgijewski

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    this is just a routine...
    confronted with the "new" construction

    i.e.
    The bald old man walks across the field.
    Suddenly, a falling turtle breaks his head.


    We need finds Reason/Connection

    This event is an accident in the sense that there was no destiny defining in advance the unhappy ending of this man's life. This event was both necessary and not accidental as a result of a series of specific causes: the turtle fell because the eagle had dropped it; the eagle dropped him because he took his bald head by the stone, and the custom of eagles is to drop turtles on stones to break their armor and get into the meat
     
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  3. gieorgijewski

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    PRIM COMPACT
    with cartoon box and heat shield with spare parts and wrench
     
  4. gieorgijewski

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    (Mark der Deutschen Notenbank) (MDN) –> from 1 VIII 1964 till 31 XII 1967
    DAMW sign ->1964-1973

    My BAT 45/2 is from 1964-1967
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    cleaning neddle seems to be too short x97dysze.JPG x98dysze.JPG

    hm...
    stove seems to be "once time" burned
    but could be "any" diameter problem...

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  5. gieorgijewski

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  6. gieorgijewski

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    burner construction
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  7. gieorgijewski

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    (My) First burning
    arrows shows destroyed paint surface when preheating
     
  8. gieorgijewski

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    nice flame and power
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  9. z1ulike

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    Wow the really is a nice flame. It looks like it simmers well too. Since I like to make rice that is always a plus. You'd think the manufacturer could have used high temp paint to avoid that preheat damage. Nice stove.

    Ben
     
  10. gieorgijewski

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    at this moment i think:
    fuel/air - too much fuel
    tank surface - before painting - not prepared enough
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    i need more work with BAT to say more
    first impression - nice and strong
     
  11. tretrop

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    Twinn Optimus 9007 burner, the Optimus 155 of later manefacturing. 20200526_194051.jpg 20200526_194034.jpg
     
  12. Marc

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    Why the two valves? Am I reading it right, it's a gasoline/petrol stove, one valve for air and one for fuel, to give the same instant light capability as a Coleman?