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prc 74
The leak is at the tank where the generator screws in. Is there a gasket kit to address this? Thanks

Kim
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Aspbear
To clarify the leak is where the metal tube (generator) not on the valve body like where the knob is located.

the tube has no gasket but there is a lip in the valve body.  If the leak is at the tube I would take it out and look for a possible crack.  If no cracks put some blue loctite on the threads and tighten it back up and see if that helps.
G.B. Harp
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prc 74
Correct Aspbear. I will check it out. thanks
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prc 74
I had a little more time to work on this stove. I discovered that the leak is actually coming from where the flame adjustment knob shaft enters the tube that plugs into the stove. Any thoughts on what to do?
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hikerduane
Add a little graphite or try tightening the nut there first, may only need a little, test to see that the valve knob can still turn after.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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Majicwrench
LIke Duane said above, just tighten the nut a bit, it will compress the packing and hopefully stop your leak. 
Keith
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Aspbear
That is what I thought your problem might be,  just do like Duane said that usually fixes them with just a slight turn of the nut right behind knob. Start with about a 1/4 inch turn and then see if it stops
G.B. Harp
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prc 74
Ok, thanks guys that did it. I tightened the nut and the leak stop.
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Aspbear
Ok now go cook us some bacon
G.B. Harp
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