200A and 202 reproduction
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gpaguy
Not sure what model Sievert lantern I have because all the info.is worn off the decal.

I recently acquired the brass adapter that is needed to refill this lantern as well I have the Sievert propane stove that I've had for several years.

Here is a picture of the burner Assy. off the lantern. I was wondering what type of mantle this lantern needs. It has a removable ring that just snaps on and off. It looks like whatever mantle this lantern needs it will be upside down from the norm. I hope I'm not missing any parts.

The other thing I was wondering about concerns refilling the lantern from a bulk tank. The tank on this lantern is a lot bigger than the one pounders that a lot of people refill  I was thinking that it would be easier to refill the Sievert tank with the tank sitting up right and not sideways like the one pounders. I have bought additional fittings to make this possible. Also wondering about how much propane to put in it. It has a spit valve. From what I understand, this valve needs to be open during filling and I should stop filling when propane starts spitting out the valve. Thanks for the info.

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John
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Pictures of the tank?
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gpaguy
Here some more pics. I hope these help.

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John
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I’ve got the stove version but it came full of propane and I still have 1/2 a tank. I think your right. Leave them upright and open the bleeder valve. Fill till it spits. Click image for larger version - Name: 9A2817A5-EEDA-4443-A0E5-06A41F1A34F8.jpeg, Views: 112, Size: 155.40 KB
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salukispeed
The mantle is similar to the Ceramic ring with a preformed mantle like on some of the Primus backpacking lamps. There are more than one size( i think) 
This is a Auerlicht 7998680  (179B ring #2) I use them on my 1980's Primus 2220 They drop over the burner screen and the ring just holds them in place and I have to re-bend the three little fingers in after replacing the mantle

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Bob
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gpaguy
Thanks Bob. Now I know what I need to look for. Just have to figure out what size.  Are those ceramic rings different diameters to match the different sized mantles ? I see the mantle doesn't extend out beyond  the ceramic base so the ring can slip over.


John
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gpaguy
I hope these mantles are durable because they are certainly  not cheap.


John
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campinut
Sweet setup! I might have the mantle? I bought a box from a forum member and they turned up, not to work on mine. PM me gor details..campinut..
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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gpaguy
I got the tank filled with propane using my adapter and fittings. These tanks are easier to fill than the little 1 pounders. Figured out which mantle to use ( Thanks Bob) and did a light up this morning. The lantern is bright and adjustable.

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The one thing that didn't go well happened a few minutes after I fired up the lantern. This lantern is dated 9/61 and had never been fired before. I looked over across the garage and saw a column of smoke rising from the lantern. The paint on the vent was burning off, all of it.
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campinut
Something tells me that it might have had a deflector to be installed and the cover was suppose to be removed when it's lit? That's a bummer..campinut..
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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gpaguy
campinut wrote:
Something tells me that it might have had a deflector to be installed and the cover was suppose to be removed when it's lit? That's a bummer..campinut..


Hmm. The vent and the globe cage are one piece on this lantern. Not separable. Two little pivoting clips hold the upper assembly to the rest of the lantern. But yes something isn't right here.


John
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salukispeed
Nice that you got to light it up and see it.  My little Primus 2220 uses the same mantle and is so much smaller even the globe is bout the size of a tennis ball. The steel top?vent will actually glow a dull red at high setting.  
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Saw this John on a search..campinut.. Click image for larger version - Name: s-l225.jpg, Views: 73, Size: 5.69 KB
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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gpaguy
campinut wrote:
Saw this John on a search..campinut..


I saw that lantern also when I was looking around. I thought that it was a similar model that just had a different top end. 


John
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gpaguy wrote:


I saw that lantern also when I was looking around. I thought that it was a similar model that just had a different top end. 


i have a similar tanked sievert. My tank is narrower and taller. Probably 3/4 full. Remind me if I forget and I can send you pics if mine. 
Randy

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Normally I shun propane lanterns because they are as much fun as an LED lantern. That in is double super cool. a refillable tank with a vapor bleed off. The whole thing is to cool for school.
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