Hi Folks, Recently I got a two-burner Zebco propane stove for a few bucks at a garage sale. [I know it's not a common one so I will post pictures later]. It was marked as made in the UK but seems to be for the US market. It had a line to the standard [at least for US] ~16.oz propane bottle. However the line had been spliced, so I am not sure if it was made to run on propane or another pressurized gas. When I hooked it up to a propane bottle, the output pressure was too high. I removed the propane bottle and saw that the male fitting that goes into the propane bottle had a fairly good sized hole drilled into the side of it. Not good; no wonder there was so much pressure. Having discovered that the fitting that connected the line to the stove body was a very standard size, I connected it to a large propane tank [having a standard bbq grill pressure regulator], sealing threads well, checking for leaks, etc]. It does run, but there isn't really enough output....enough to get a coffee percolator going eventually, but I can imagine cooking a meal on it would take hours. I unscrewed the burner covers and saw that each burner has a hex plug brass orifice....labeled "6". I removed the orifices, and soaked them in paint thinner overnight [then rinsed with lacquer thinner], then used light airgun pressure to blow them dry. It now passes a 'little' more pressure, but still less than optimal. So......finally, here's my question: Is there a place to get replacement orifices? The orifice threads look pretty standard, and I have seen hex plug orifices like this in other places. I am thinking these might be gummed up. I checked online for "size 6 orifice" but nothing results. I see lots for numbers like 53, 49, etc., but nothing for 6. Thanks for any advice and I will post pics as needed.