Primus No. 107, 1937

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  1. Sirvandal

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    Primus No.107 from 1937. I miss the inside of the burner cap and the brass ingnition.

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  2. mr optimus

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    Hi Sirvandal welcome aboard CCS, and a great first post of a very nice example a Primus 107
     
  3. Sirvandal

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    Tnx! More coming soon. Polish time! Camp season starts and best thing to do in front of your tent.
     
  4. Dutch_Peter

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    Nice stove! Hope you can replace the inner cap and light it :D
     
  5. geneislucky

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    Welcome to CCS. The folks here make everyone welcome. And share knowledge freely. Enjoy.
    Gene
     
  6. Sirvandal

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    @Dutch_Peter I lighted it with an inner cap from a Primus silent. Didn't work well :-$
     
  7. Dutch_Peter

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    Hi Sirvandal,

    "The inner cap (Part No. 4679) has a central spigot which extends downwards toward the jet" as quoted from this post .
    I have a Primus 57 with the same burner and swopped caps with a Phoebus 625, which has a similar burner. Only swopping the inner cap resulted in a yellow flame, but taking both the inner and outer cap from the Phoebus worked well!! See here as well; look at the lettering on the cap.

    Peter
     
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  8. Sirvandal

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    Ah tnx! Great help.