Okay, so I got a 'free' boat awhile back. For you non-seagoing types, those are the most expensive boats you can have. Right up there with 'free' horses. Here's the heater as it was installed: Anyway, it came with this cool Taylor's 065 heater/water heater combination, and I decided to finally try firing it up yesterday. I had already removed about 1/8" of silver paint from the pressure tank, cleaned it out, and was able to put a little pressure into it. After a preheat with alcohol, it actually fired right up! Not saying it was pretty with an orange, chugging flame. Anyway, I went to pump more pressure in, and the pump shaft had zero resistance. The cup shredded, which is understandable since the heater hasn't been used in at least 15 years. I'd honestly be happy retrofitting a Schraeder valve to the top of the pump body if I could get a new cap. I want to keep the original for backup, though. Here's the tank: So, since it lit and actually warmed the cabin of the boat and the tank of water above, I've decided to revive/renew her. I removed it from the boat and it's on my workbench. Not a showpiece, but as a practical unit for sailing on the SF Bay. I need a pump cup. I was referred to Fettlebox in another post, so I'll be reaching out. the ID of the pump body is .664" by my caliper, and the shaft is 6mm. The one-way valve on the bottom of the body says "Primus". Here's the burner as it was removed. The stuff in the lower cup looks like asbestos rope of some sort. That cup has two metal nibs that fit into retaining slots in the bottom of the heater. Am I correct to assume the burner itself unscrews from this assembly? Is the fiber rope to absorb preheating alcohol if (when) it spills from the motion of the boat?If so, I'll probably replace it with woodstove door seal or the like, unless there's a reason to use something else. As far as the burner goes, I'm planning on just a soak in vinegar and some blasts of carb cleaner after removing the jet and valve body. Is this a type of burner that's still available? Do I actually NEED to replace the pricker, or can I just use one of the angled tools I see advertised on Ebay-the ones with a handle and a piece of wire coming out at a 90 degree angle? Sorry for the question dump. There's almost zero information out there on this particular heater, and there don't seem to be any users or suppliers here in the US!