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Our boy scout troop acquired a new 413G.  When we tried using the propane conversion in place of the generator the tip will not go all the way into the manifold.  I am thinking of machining the the hex on the tip to get it to fit.  Has anyone else had this problem?  How did you fix it?
I am not sure it needs to go in farther. Other than appearance what was the issue?
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Hello and welcome to the CCF from NC.  Good on you for helping with a BSA troop!  Someone here will be able to help with your propane question, but I would just use the stove with white gas.
- Courtenay
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Thanks for the welcome.  The tip stops short of going through the hole so gas is coming back out and burning around the hex.  The other stoves we have are different models and the tip goes deep just like a liquid fuel tip.

As for the white gas, I use it personally but the troop has six stoves and six lanterns being used by kids as young as 11.  Seeing one of them running around as a human torch does not appeal to us.  Also, we have use a manifold/tree system to a central cylinder that makes everything easy to set up and tear down quickly.

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