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Re: Apex Stove
This sounds to me like an improper air/fuel mixture. Suggestion - take
the stove apart again and clean (spray) it with either carburetor cleaner
or brake cleaner. Make sure you spray the cleaner through all the
internal air and fuel passages. I use this method to clean out the carbon
and other junk on my whisperlite. It works for me.
If you do this - do it outside and use newspaper to catch the drips.
It's REALLY NOT GOOD to breathe that stuff and your mother will
have conniption fits if you kill her flowers - and rightfully so.
>Also, I took the burner section apart in order to clean out the beef
>stroganoff that I recently dumped into it. After putting it back together,
>I can't seem to get the proper blue flames, i.e., they're often yellow or
>uneven. I retried a couple of times, readjusting those burner ring
>thingys, but I can't get it right. Any advice? A million thanks-