I am wondering, if my 725 is overheating, or it is normal for a 725 to run this hot. When the priming is done, I open the valve, and the stove is already nearing the full speed. First, the 725 jumps to the max speed too quickly, compared to my other Pheonix copies. Phoenixes reach the max speed in good time. Secondly, The fuel tank gets really hot, so when the stove is shut off, and reopned about 30 seconds later, this is what I get: It eventually settles down a bit, but it runs pretty hot and the flame is unusually tall. If you look at the bottom of the picture, you can see the gas leaking a little and caught fire under the burner. It will need to be tightened a bit. Here is the afterglow: If you have experienced the similar trait of overheating in Phoebus 725, please let me know. As it stands, I have to limit its use to a cold climate.