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yes the valve in the bottom of the top chamber should be large enough to let in air far faster than it escapes out the front nozzle into the fire.  If I recall correctly my bottom valves had around 6-8 times the area of my front nozzle

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yes the valve in the bottom of the top chamber should be large enough to let in air far faster than it escapes out the front nozzle into the fire.  If I recall correctly my bottom valves had around 6-8 times the area of my front nozzle

I heard on forum that in bottom chamber the valves need to be bigger tha in top chamber. So it can catch air. To be honest when i pump bellows top chamber i somehow inhale a bottom chamber a ltile bit i don't want to bother. Thanks for answer.

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