Hello, First let me apologize if I am posting incorrectly and such. My Name is Adrian and I am a first timer here. I recently picked up a Turm Tourist that was in decent shape with the exception of the instructions of course. I disassembled it to clean up and inspect it. Besides the wick being just a few bits of material and rusty bits I have a one issue. When you open up the lid there are basically two pis that hit each other and prop the tank up. Well the pin that is in the pipe coming down from the tank was loose. I worked it loose so I could clean up the area and solder it back it proper. I assumed that it had made something of an oblong hole and was allowing the tank to lean way back but I discovered the hole was still rather round and that was not enough to explain why I have such a slouch of a tank. I can see where that junction of the two pins would take a beating but the only thing I can think of is the left tube has twisted several degrees to allow for this angle. I noticed in most cases the tank sits rather upright with just a few degrees slant back. As it sits now it seems like if I filled the tank it would almost be enough to have it flip backwards. I am not sure how to approach this problem. Any suggestions? I am new to this whole hobby so any advice is helpful.