- Clogged stoves. When gunk clogs jets and burners so thoroughly that you can’t clean them at home, send it to a stove expert for complete disassembly and cleaning.
- Lost or dried out O-rings, gaskets, or hoses. See Gear Works, December 1998 for filter maintenance tips. Or call the manufacturer, your local outdoor retailer, or a repair shop for replacement components.
- Broken pump housing. That component must be replaced. Broken stove generators/preheat tubes.
- The stove is unsafe to use. Discard it.
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