Discussion in 'Primus No:107' started by Sirvandal, Feb 19, 2013.
Primus No.107 from 1937. I miss the inside of the burner cap and the brass ingnition.
Hi Sirvandal welcome aboard CCS, and a great first post of a very nice example a Primus 107
Tnx! More coming soon. Polish time! Camp season starts and best thing to do in front of your tent.
Nice stove! Hope you can replace the inner cap and light it
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@Dutch_Peter I lighted it with an inner cap from a Primus silent. Didn't work well
"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.
Ah tnx! Great help.
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