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I have a model 8321 apart and need to replace the o rings on the pump, pump cap and NRV .  From and old thread I see a reference to a #60 1/4 x 1/8 x1/16, #61 9/32 x 5/32 x1/16 and #15 1 x3/4 x1/8.  Those look like the right sizes to me, but before I go on the search, wanted to see if anyone could confirm those are what I need.  Thanks, Tom 
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OCP has the o rings for the pump and pump cap seal, so I will order them.  Just need to get the small one for the NRV.
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There is also a 4th Oring that seals the tube to the bottom aluminum piece that houses the NRV. LOTS of old threads on all these orings and their issues.
A balloon makes a good test for the NRV oring.
I have had problems getting the little Oring back in groove securely, they tend to want to work out, and can do it while pumping which results in fuel leaking. Light and use these outdoors til they have proven themselves.
If fuel is getting into pump tube you have a problem.
I have a couple of these that work flawlessly, and several that the NRV never would quit leaking, thus the Euro NRV.
To test the 4th Oring get glass of water, use finger to plug tip where nrv is, submerge end, now depress pump plunger and look for bubble along seam.
You can also replace that troublesome NRV with a euro style NRV.
Keith
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They’re great little lanterns. As mentioned above, definitely run it outside. Don’t fear it but treat it with respect and you should be fine. 
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Euro style NRV?  More research required.  Thanks Keith for the information.  I did a lot of searching before I posted, and most of what I read was for other models.  The o ring pump is for later models and didn't find much on them.  Will do some more looking!
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vigiltln
Schrader valve appears to be a good solution.  I will replace the o rings first and if that works, so be it, and if not, drill and tap the fuel cap.  
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OCP has an O-ring kit for those lanterns + plus the pips to seal the NRV.
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Bruce, thanks.  Working on the fuel line right now.  I'll get the o-rings ordered soon, just waiting on another project I have going to place one order.  
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