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bluesky0812
I have been fortunate enough to acquire a couple of examples of the  Aladdin  make.  In my research I see lanterns  clocked primarily in these positions.  Is there a correct clocking on these?  Additionally,  I see them with and without the label.   Is this correct and if so when what was the criteria to have the label?  Thanks in advance for any information. 
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Marty
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Cottage_hill_bill
Mine are all clocked close to the right hand one in your picture. Valve knob centered between pump and fuel fill with pump on the right. That could be because I clocked them all like the first one I got. If you are new to PL-1s take a look at this
https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/aladdin-pl1preway-l13-and-coleman-220-comparison-10038579?pid=1307642719&highlight=pl+-+1
There are some surprises inside. I usually light them with the globe and vent off because they can fireball on startup and I get tired of cleaning soot off the globe. I believe they all came with a decal. Someone on this forum made a very nice reproduction for me that went on my last one.
Reese
North West Florida

Reese’s Law of Thermodynamics:  At temperatures below incandescence hot metal looks exactly like cold metal.

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Chucker
Both of mine are clocked like the one on the right as well. 
Chuck
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tonywebber45
I'm with Reese on the clocking,mine was like it when it came and research showed several similar so  I've left well alone, i dont have a label on mine ,they are an interesting piece, however the rarity of the globe does make using it a worry.
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Cottage_hill_bill
Petromax 500CP mantles are pretty close in size and shape to the original Aladdin mantles. I helps if you have the metal piece that came in Aladdin mantles to tie to.
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Reese
North West Florida

Reese’s Law of Thermodynamics:  At temperatures below incandescence hot metal looks exactly like cold metal.

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bluesky0812
Thank you for the follow up.  The descriptive picture shows the opposite but being "descriptive" and with my background that makes me question what is shown:

Aladdin_PL-1_INSTRUCTIONS_A.jpg 

It is located here with additional instructions:
https://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/aladdin-pl1-7066940?pid=1284179615&highlight=aladdin+pl1

CHB:
Good write up.  My searches had not led me to that  discussion. I have the attachment and a couple of mantles.  I will use the old ones until I get them figured  out.

All thanks for the follow up.   I will use the globes very cautiously as I do understand their scarcity.
Marty
MILSPEC_OPS  #81   ICCC #1451
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bluesky0812
Just a follow up.  This what comes up when I search for them.  Kinda like my neighbors mowing..  all over the place.
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Marty
MILSPEC_OPS  #81   ICCC #1451
Looking for 11/88 & 1/69  Still Learning
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Cottage_hill_bill
Regular Coleman mantles will work. Someone gave me a batch of Petromax mantles as test mantles. I tried on and it worked well so that's what I use on the PL-1. Save your original Aladdin mantles, they're getting harder to find and pricey. If you've got a spare metal piece just tie a mantle onto it and twist it into the burner tube.
Reese
North West Florida

Reese’s Law of Thermodynamics:  At temperatures below incandescence hot metal looks exactly like cold metal.

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Chucker
And if all else fails you can remove the Aladdin burner tube/burner cap and replace it with a 200a burner tube and 220 burner cap. Same threads.

I did that once so I could test fire it until I got one of the original burner tube pins replaced.
Chuck
"Pleasant words are a honeycomb, Sweet to the soul and healing to the bones." Proverbs 16:24
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"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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25 502s
Here’s my 2. Looks like the clocking is all over the place.  032FB6EA-8F01-4E4D-ABB8-EA3763D75C93.jpeg 
Jason
not looking for any more Bday gpas. Honestly, if you have a 10-72 don’t let me know about it.
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