Hello everyone, Recently, I bought a new "Prabhat No. 2" stove from the STUGA-CABAÑA webshop, which came with a number of problems (missing parts, bad pump(well known with Prabhat), leg holder soldered on crooked) which I have thusfar solved myself. There is, however one last problem for which I would like to call on your collective expertise: When I run the stove I get a sort of "resonance" in the amount of gas that comes out of the jet. This can be observed in sound as well as watching the flame. On very low pressures you can actually see the flame come down a few centimeters. This appears to be independent of the amount of fuel present in the tank, since I've observed it with 0.5 and 1.6 liters of fuel in it. At some pressures this resonance is eliminated. First I thought there might be a small leak in the fuelpipe, adding tiny amounts of air to the oil mixture but I have now asserted that this is not the case. When I put a piece of cotton cloth in the fuel pipe to dampen any resonance, the problem disappeared. This, however, added its own problem, namely that changing the pressure in the tank would get a delayed effect on the flame output. I am thinking that putting some fine copper or brass wool in the bottom of the burner and the pipe leading up to it would probably also help to stabilize the jet output but this time without adding a delay on the jet output. My problem with this is that I cannot find any company that sells copper or brass wool in the Netherlands. Another possible cause could be the type of fuel I use: I use is a very pure type of paraffin lamp oil with a carbon range of C5-C20 (it's very cheap and readily available) with approximately the same flame point as petroleum (> 61 C). If any one of you knows an online seller of copper/brass wool or has another idea on how to fix this, I'll be happy to read your replies. Regards, NoKey, the Netherlands.