I like this little stove. Wife found this at a local second hand store. I already had the 324 Rider version . A quick once over and found I will need a new fuel cap seal. Used a cap from another stove and fresh fuel. She fired right up. The knobs of course show signs of heat - a very good portion of the knobs are still there. I found that on these small "knuckle burners" the pan size has a lot to do with them getting to hot. Smaller diameter pans always work best. Let it run for almost an hour. Other than a little rust here and there to clean up - a very nice stove. I do wish it had the leather pump cup - really don't like the o-ring style. imagine it wouldn't be hard to convert. The 324 Rider on the other hand has never worked. Got it when I was new to stoves and having better knowledge now I should give it a fettle. It is in very nice shape and probably just needs new seals - if I remember right it was a pressure issue.