Newbie help with No.12 cooker

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    Full burn.

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    And simmer.

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    I am really happy that with the advice given, the stove and silent cap are now working brilliantly.
    Not sure it will stay as shiny as it looks at the moment, but I am sure that with the full set of spares and the knowledge gained here about the no12, its not going to let me down when most needed.

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    @spud13

    Your avatar looks a lot like Oddball from Kelly's Heroes. Are you related? :D

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    Woof woof, that's my other dog impression
     
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    Hi @spud13 Great priming and flame shots. Your No.12 looks wonderful and I'm glad you have taken the time to understand and fettle your stove. It should now work great, and you always will be able to keep it operating as it should.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    I couldn't have done it without the advice given here. Looking forward to more projects. Cheers all.
     
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    Off topic (sorry about that) Tony - what stove is that? Really cool looking. I like cylindrical stoves.

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    I'm not Tony but the stove is a "Pigeon Ignus" from France. There are several examples in the Reference Gallery.

    Ben