200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

bngreenchev
I believe that this is a Nulite 2M based on Terry’s site, would anyone know what size mantel to use 21’s seem like their to small There’s lot’s of flame on the outside of the mantle so I was thinking maybe a 111. 18F7956F-ABF0-448D-9809-0B3214B855DB.jpeg  16D9B37D-5DE2-4F8D-AA62-989D1BA5E1FA.jpeg 
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74HARLEY
I've never seen a 2 mantle lantern run 111s. You may have a worn gen tip or an air flow problem.
Joe
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bngreenchev
We had already cleared the air tube, so I guess the only thing left would be to replace the generator, the one that is on there is a little dented and bent but still passed air and fuel also I believe it to be iron.

Would I be able to use a coleman one and if so which one or should I try WTB ad here?

Edit: never mind just saw OCP sells a brass reproduction one.
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74HARLEY
You may want to pull the generator and look inside, could also be missing a packing.
It took me a while to figure out one of my slants that has a Q77 that was missing it's packing.
Joe
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bngreenchev
Thought I would give an update with this one, my brother and I went through the entire burner assembly including soaking it in citric acid (very cool how well it works) we made sure all cambers were clean and installed the new genreator from OCP and still had the same problem of lots of flame on the outside of the mantels.

My brother made the comment that it was acting like a mil-spec that had the generator to far down in it's mixing chamber so we figured out how to lift it up so it wasn't as deep as before but all it did was to seem to make it slightly worse so this one is stumping us it has plenty of air flow from the air tube on the side, my brother can plug the tube with his finger and it will kill the lantern, so it's either a mixing issue or an over fuel issue we can kinda get to burn right if we barely crack the valve and feather it.

Was also gonna ask if someone has an exploded parts diagram to see if we are missing something or if they could take pics of there's to compare parts.
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Lantern Junkie
Are you running it with the mica and vent cap on it ? 
Your generator may not be staying hot enough to completely vaporise the fuel .
Try holding a torch to the generator and see if that makes a difference..
Ernie 
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Consider lowering your pressure, I find it easy to overpressure those and other gpa with an external pump.
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bngreenchev
Are you running it with the mica and vent cap on it ? 
Your generator may not be staying hot enough to completely vaporise the fuel .
Try holding a torch to the generator and see if that makes a difference..
Ernie 


Makes no difference

Consider lowering your pressure, I find it easy to overpressure those and other gpa with an external pump.


Will try that next
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Chucker
I wouldn't mess with modifying the orifice if this is a new gen. Sometimes you can swap out a tip. Not sure if that is possible with what you bought.

If you do move to larger mantles a Coleman 99 or Peerless 24a should do the job.  
Chuck
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bngreenchev
So I left the 21's on dumped the pressure, and pumped it up 5 times with the external pump and lit it, there was no fire ball and seemed kinda dim compared to my air-o-lite, I then added 8 more pumps before it had a little bit of flame on the outside of the mantel and no change in brightness, heating the generator had no effect, half tempted to put some 111's on it just to see what happens.
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