200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
boneweed
Got a ratty 426D that previous owner removed and lost all the screws. While it is partially disassembled I thought and would remove all the guts and clean it real good. Never done it on any stove before. But I can't figure out how to get the aux valves into the case to remove the drip tray/burner assembly. 
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boneweed
Where is the edit function?
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Majicwrench
In the upper right of your post is a little downward pointing arrow. Click on it.
Keith
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BSAGuy
Not sure I am following your question, boneweed.  Stove disassembly is very straightforward.  I can't picture what or why you are trying to put something into the stove in order to remove something else.
- Courtenay
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boneweed
On a two burner, the drip tray only has one aux valve allowing the lifting of the tray from the other side pulling the valve through the slot. But on a three burner, the second aux valve prevents it. Keep in mind that I have never removed a drip tray on a two burner so I'm not so sure that it is a simple process.
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Chucker
I'm just not recalling any issues getting my 3-burners, burners(?) out. I think on my last one the left AUX burner was rotating in the manifold and slipped right out, inside the stove, then I lifted the rest out. I may not be any help on this one. 
Chuck
"Stop being angry, and forget about getting back at people; do not worry -- it only causes harm." Ps. 37:8
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"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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boneweed
I got it apart. I was trying to remove the drip tray and maifold as a unit. They need to be separated first then the manifold can be slid to one side and out. Now I need to scare up some screws.
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Chucker
That rings a bell. Glad you got it figured out. Depending on how robust you want this stove to be you might use ss screws. 
Chuck
"Stop being angry, and forget about getting back at people; do not worry -- it only causes harm." Ps. 37:8
Eye-SEE-C-C Member #1333 -- MilSpecOps #003
"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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BSAGuy
When you are disassembling a stove, think about how it must have been put together in the factory in the easiest manner and the shortest amount of time, and just do the reverse.
- Courtenay
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