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Thunderdavidson
I recently picked up a 413D (Round Tank) As I like to have a few spare parts on hand I would like a spare generator for this stove.  Does anyone know id the generator for a 413E or F would work as I haven't located a 413D generator yet.
I have collected to many, LOL, lanterns, however this is my first double burner stove.  

Thanks for any assistance.
David Dolen
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fuel brained
Try putting a WTB generator add in the classifieds. Good look and welcome to the forum from SoCal.
Pastor Jeff
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Tgarner01
Welcome to the forum from SW Missouri.
Wait for confirmation, but I believe all the early 413s and 426s were the same? I believe they changed later in the run
Toby Garner
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Thunderdavidson
Thank you for the quick response.  Good info. The hunt will continue, however now with more to go on.
David Dolen
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arizonacamper
Have you tried our sponsor?
He may have one.
Shawn 
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Lanterns are like tools. 
You can not have too many unless your wife says so!!

Gas is what you use for washing parts diesel is for making power!

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Looking for any lanterns or stoves dated 5/63 or 1/72
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Bob1774
If you disassemble the generator, you can easily clean it up by chucking it in a drill and using a wire brush to clean the spring inside.  Just don't bugger up the pricker assembly that cleans the orifice when you open the valve wheel.  A gun cleaning brush will easily scour out the insides of the generator tube.  Those 413's are great stoves, and if you have a nice clean genny, you probably won't need a spare.  However, if you feel the need, do as others posted and see if our host or others in the classified might have one for you.
Bob
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Chucker
The 413 E, F, G and the 426 B, C, and D shared the same gen. 

You could change out the gen AND valve to make it work. Our host has one for sale:

https://www.oldcolemanparts.com/product.php?productid=811&cat=&page=1
Chuck
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Thunderdavidson
I am amazed at the response to my delima/lack of 413 stove knowledge.  Thanks all, including our host Mike.  I will clean original generator per Chuck's instructions and probably purchase a 413B6601 assembly from Mike as I plan to use this stove and keep it alive to pass on to another someday.  My dad worked at Coleman Wichita while attending college at Wichita State and I have his old 242 Lantern and 530 Pocket Stove which we used on all our camping and fishing trips.  Great memories brought back to life every time I hear a lantern burning or smell breakfast/coffee on a gas stove.  Thanks Again,  Dave
David Dolen
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fuel brained
David, Just remember to label the stove with a tag notating that you made this change. If you don't you might forget that you changed out the valve. I use aluminum plant tags and use a piece of wire at the aux burner as a reminder.[sHa_yes2] 
Pastor Jeff
God said "Let there be light" so He let His Son shine.
SoCal and Lovin' It. Desert Rat Division
US Navy Submarine Cold War Veteran
MilSpec Ops #1960 "Feel the Roar"
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Thunderdavidson
Thanks Jeff,  Thats a great idea and and if not myself, it will save the next owner lots of headaches.
David Dolen
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