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Old 12-16-2009, 08:05 AM   #1
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So my sweetie-pie arrived tonight...and I think it's missing some components.





It came pre-assembled (no complaints there!), but the site shows the SP10 with 2 screws that lock the air intake in place which weren't in the box. I'm also wondering why the intake plate doesn't completely block the line to the burner...? The bag which the spring & intake plate were in was torn open, so I'm wondering whether or not this behemoth is ready for its debut come New Year's...


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Old 12-16-2009, 09:02 AM   #2
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Mine has 2 screws on the air intake and I had no bad of parts whatsoever.


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I've had two models of that burner. Replacement burners usually now come with the two screws and the head is a touch smaller. If it came with the spring that is fine as well. Spring gets put between the air intake shutter and the orifice and works fine. I use both kinds on my brutus stand. It will not blow up!
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Cheers gents-definitely feel better about starting AG now that I know my burner won't turn my garage into Dante's inferno.
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