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Using a cadac burner with a skottel model extension 8304 , with no 24 Jet ( using a LPG 9kg gas Bottle - no Regulator ) flame is good on full ( good Blue Colour ) however on Low Flame keeps going out with a but of a thud and either burns inside the very inner burner Part or a Blue Flame comes and extingishes out of The bottom 4 Air intake Holes ......is this normal ????

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My experience shows me the old steam engine problems.

No gastight connections where they should be.

So not the specified Kilowatts output.

Think of the old fashioned flanges witht the artificial (synthetic) rubber gasket between them. And the flangebolts which held them together, all with the same torque momentum in kilopounds/meter.

Check with good quality leak detection foam and/or use your imagination.

Alternative: look for YouTube High Definition
video 'The Cadac Legend', as of August 15, 2011.

Dutch: ................... Trek in BBQ.
English: ................. Draught in BBQ.

Talkin' about airtight/gastight connections.

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