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Old 01-07-2010, 08:26 PM   #1
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Hi! I purchased this burner. I went to put it together last night and all that it came with was the burner (with a threaded rod in the bottom of it), the stand and the gas line. I am wondering what else it should have come with to assemble it as you can't with these pieces. I contacted the company I purchased it from and they are sending me "a screw" to attach the burner to the stand. Is that all it takes? The instructions mention some sort of plate and whatnot. Oh boy, always something... Thanks in advance yet again!

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Old 01-07-2010, 08:34 PM   #2
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I can't visualize it right now (I have the same burner), but it sounds right.

you screw the fuel line into the burner, and then screw the head of the burner to the stand.

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Old 01-07-2010, 08:37 PM   #3
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I bought mine a little while back off Amazon and didnt really have to do much assembly. I think all I had to do was mount the burner, put on the air adjustment cover and then screw in the screws for the gas line. I was missing my air adjustment piece, but found it underneath the flaps in the cardboard box it was sold in..

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Old 01-07-2010, 08:44 PM   #4
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Ah, I see. Maybe all I need is a screw then. Just seems like 1 screw would not hold it all that securely. Oh well. Thanks for the replies!

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Just checked mine. I have 1 screw in the middle of the stand to hold on the burner and then 2 screws on the end of the burner to hold on the air adjustment piece. Then the main propane line screws in between those two screws.

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Thanks! Are all three screws the same? I looked more closely at the "threaded rod" protruding from the bottom of the burner and it looks like a screw that had the head snapped off. I am concerned about what happens when screw gets hot if it will break apart in shipping.

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Just checked mine. I have 1 screw in the middle of the stand to hold on the burner and then 2 screws on the end of the burner to hold on the air adjustment piece. Then the main propane line screws in between those two screws.
When I got mine, the air adjustment piece and such were already on there.
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Did anyone else get theirs in a marked box with the parts in a bag or something? Mine came in some box with everything loose. I found a locknut yesterday in the box and just now received another bolt (in a plastic bag from them). It seems weird and I really want to make sure that everything is as it is supposed to be as it is an apparatus for burning propane. Haha, just seems unprofessional and whatnot.

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Did anyone else get theirs in a marked box with the parts in a bag or something? Mine came in some box with everything loose. I found a locknut yesterday in the box and just now received another bolt (in a plastic bag from them). It seems weird and I really want to make sure that everything is as it is supposed to be as it is an apparatus for burning propane. Haha, just seems unprofessional and whatnot.
Half the loose parts were in a bag and half were loose for me. Thats why it took me a while to find the air shutter which I thought they didnt send me. (Just hidden underneath the fold of cardboard in the box)
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Mine came with the the burner already mounted and a small bag with a shutter and a spring. No other screws which I am supposed to have. Turns out the shutter and spring are part of this replacement kit. http://bayouclassicdepot.com/5210_pr...r_part.htm.htm

So I am a little disappointed with Bayou Classic. Seems like everyone receives it with something wrong and no one has the same problem.

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