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I first tested my burner with a low pressure bbq regulator and was having the exact problem people said I would whistling, chirping, and back burning in the tube. Got my high pressure regulator today got it all hooked up and I'm having trouble lighting it. I got it lit a couple times but at a way low pressure and with the the shut off valve cracked barely once again since it was barely open having same issue along with it got fairly hot not red or anything but I burnt my finger. I'm confused and trying to not get discouraged but its frustrating
Hi, my name is Jim. I am 37, a father of a two & three year old. I am a carpenter by day & well a busy father after. As my life is chaotic and I'm always busy either with work or taking care of others I needed some serious me time! So the adventure began, first it was straight razors but that just wasn't enough for me. I buy, sell & restore them. I got involved with the forums but I don't feel as if I actually fit there. I have nothing bad to say it's just you can't fit a square peg in a round hole. Now after taking a serious interest in blacksmithing & after long careful consi
I did my homework before asking my question by reading all the topics on the forum about this problem I followed carefully the instructions to make my 3/4 T-Burner. The steps are so simple that it is difficult to go wrong. Nevertheless, despite several attempts to adjust the MIG point, I’m not able to have the complete blue flame. I tried the coupler, bell reductor and even without a flare, nothing changes. I run with 6-10psi. The only possible place I missed is to perfectly align the tip of the MIG. Yet I'm sure that i’m in the dead center, maybe I made it a little crooke