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Old July 28th 03, 09:07 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
Paul King
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"jon" jonajunaAThotmailDOTcom wrote in message
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hiya

i have a small problem?! i have one of those briefcase type fold up camp
stoves, the type with 2 rings on top and a grill under.

have used it frequently for several years with no problem.

this weekend though we were about to use both rings to cook (the kettle

only
needs the one!!) but the flame nearest the gas inlet produced a big and
yellow flame...not the nice clear blue one we are used to (and was getting
on the other ring no problem)

now from what i can recall from school!!! its the addition of oxygen that
causes a gas flame to burn so.

so do i take it that i have got a hole or split somewhare after the gas
control for that ring (presuming that if it was air getting in elsewhere

it
would affect both rings)

if this is the case anyone know of where im likely to get it fixed?
or is it a case of get a new one, itll be cheaper than repairing it?

thanks in advance

looking forward to some educational replies after reading the other post

all
about gas!

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There's a venturi behind the burner (between the burner gas tap and the
burner) which is where the air/gas mixing is done. If the venturi gets
clogged with grease/food etc. the gas/air ratio will be affected causing the
yellow flame you see.

Check/clean as necessary with soapy water should do the trick.

HTH
Paul
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Old July 28th 03, 09:25 PM posted to uk.rec.camping
jon
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oh right?!?!? thanks guys, ill get on the unblocking task now!
i feel a right one for thinking the flames the other way round?!?!?!? lol!

thanks again

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