There is a gasket under the lip of the pump tube. As far as getting it off maybe wrap it with some leather and gently use pliers to break it free. A little heat might do the trick too. Some people have used tiki torch wick or fiberglass rope I’ve never used alcohol. Just open the valve and let some ...
It’s puzzling for sure. Unless they made plastic that feels like wood and has grain! Oh well. Just chalk it up to Coleman and their great creations!
I am curious to see if anyone else has numbers on theirs though.
Sorry to cause confusion but as I read it there is a standard burner that does not have a built in tip cleaner. The “Roto burner” was the new burner with a built in tip cleaner in the valve body that did not need a r55 gen to have a tip cleaner.
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