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Hope you did not loose any parts. Take it apart again or take it to a gun smith. I would take it apart again first. you might also want to sweep the area with a magnet like the ones from the builder supply store, before you vacuum. you might just find a missing clip, spring or pin.
Hi, chances are the jet is clogged - I've experienced this myself on the same stove.
I would leave the rubber o ring alone, the chances of the hole there being blocked are slim, it is more likely to be the outlet jet you can see throught the holes on the riser tube under the burner head.
This tube can be unscrewed - you may need to put something through like a pen for leverage. Once you have done this you can remove the tube and you will see the tiny jet in the top of the brass nut on the knurled base of the stove. Then its simply a matter of finding a thin enough wire or pricker to prod araound in the jet. I have a fine wire brush that works well, although I have only had to do it once in several years.
Put it all back together and you should be back to full power - the whole job takes two minutes tops.
The other thing I did was screw the riser tube back hand tight only - this means I can dismantle and clear the jet when camping if required. It doesnt affect performance or safety. I put a strand of the wire in a blob of blu tak in the plastic case the stove comes with - job done! Hope this helps.
Well.. it's really rather late, so I don't know if you're still trying to put the thing back together, but I was just having issues getting the hammer assembly on mine to work..
Going from this parts list: http://www.shans2003.ru/Article/pi_Crosman_1088-EVP.pdf
Assuming you had the same problem I did: Start by putting the trigger assembly in (parts 37 and 40, the shorter pin on 40 goes through the holes on 37 as shown in the diagram) Then insert pin 28 in to the hole that's right at the crook where your thumb rests. Then part 35 goes over that pin with the little tiny nub pointing towards the back of the gun. Spring 36 goes over that nub, and slides against the flat spot in the frame.
Pin 27 will then be placed in to the hole just above the hole for pin 28. Then slide the hammer over said pin. now comes the tricky part. You will need something of moderate length, extremely thin and decently strong, I used an exacto knife. Use your tool of choice to press part 35 back, compressing the spring and push the hammer against the frame.
The two pins on the hammer should be in position such that the hook on the trigger assembly, and the crook on part 35 rest against them.
Once you have that done, keep holding the hammer in place, hook the spring hanging from it over the pin set in the frame. (should be pretty clear which one. and then re-assemble the rest of the gun.
Be warned spring 29 does not like going back in. you will likely feel like you need 3 hands (one for the hammer, one for assembly 60/spring 29 and one to put the frame back on.
Is it the tent with the plastic staves? If so, just put them together and insert the rounded end into the equivalent hole on the bottom of the tent. Sit the tent upright with the doors open. Reach into the top of the tent and push/pull the chrome lever at the top until it locks into position. Sometimes you have to wiggle it around a little to get it to lock. When it does lock, you will know it because the tent is rigid. This is a great tent. We have used one for over 40 years! When you want to disassemble it, just pull down on the chrome lever at the top of the tent and reverse the procedure.