have a question, though I’m pretty sure I already know the answer. I was taking apart my dads dual burner Coleman stove to clean out rust and debris (413G, I think he picked it up the year that I was born which was ’69) and in unscrewing the valve assembly from the top, the fuel and air tube fell inside the tank. Guessing the only way to salvage this is find somebody who can cut the tank and re-weld it? Would I go to a machine shop for such a thing?
Seems silly as I know I could replace the tank, but it is the original from my dad’s stove and he has since passed.
Thank you for letting me post here,