Was turing up a Coleman 550B we found buried in a troop storage box and used the blow torch cleaning method to clean out the generator. I removed the wire this time (something I didn't do on previous generator cleanings) and managed to lose most of the wire attempting to clean it. I still have the little brass elbow that hooks into the valve (and, of course, the generator tube, which is now clean but infuriatingly unusable). Does anybody know what gauge that wire is and what material it is made from? Has anyone ever attempted to replace the wire in one of these things before? I understand I can buy another generator (and I plan to pick up a couple so I have on-hand spares for the two stoves and my own personal 550B that I recently pulled out of deep storage), but if I can salvage this one, I'd like to give it a try.