Hi, this morning I received a partial Svea Svea No.105 stove from France. The No.105 is the silent sister of the much more common Svea No.106. I only had one Svea 105 so was keen to acquire another. The Svea 105/106 are classic 1.75 pint, collapsible stoves with a brass tank. The stove I received had obviously been a display item. It was over-polished, lacked any legs, and the outer silent cap was missing. The filler cap, air release, and pump assembly were stuck solid. I removed the pump assembly and replaced the pump shaft and leather pump washer....there was a lot of rust in the pump cylinder and the original steel pump rod was badly corroded. I then removed the NRV and, after cleaning it, renewed the washer with a new nitrile rubber one, and replaced the NRV . I pickled the burner, cleaned and replaced the jet, and re-assembled the stove with new heat-proof washers and a new outer burner cap I put a new nitrile rubber washer on the filler cap and freed-up the air-release valve. I made up a set of legs for the stove. It was then time to fire up the stove, boil a kettle, and make a cup of tea! Why is it that some silent burner stoves run with very hot burner caps? There was certainly no under-burn occurring. You will see below that someone in the past has brazed the riser tube to the tank, so this stove is no longer fully collapsible. The brazing of the riser tube and the wear on the engraving means that this stove will be a "User" rather than a display item. But at least it has been brought back into useful service! Best Regards, Kerophile.