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Old 08-09-2016   #1
 
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Partner Stove leak -seal options

My partner steel type 4 burner has a leak on the copper tubing from the split tank connection (see picture). How can I safely fix/seal this leak? Any fire proof "goo" type or is it really a mechanical fix?

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To sort of state the obvious, what does Partner say when you give them a call.
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Have you been using a griddle?
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Ask partner for help they are the best source for a proper fix
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That looks like it will need to be soldered.

My hose was leaking at the Y. I took it apart and added the yellow gas tape. There was none.


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pinemnky- I know we're not supposed to use griddles, or other cooking vessels that are so big they stop the airflow, but have you actually had problems from such use? I've never had a problem using my Partner dutches/dutch lids on my Partner stove, nor have we had trouble using them like that commercially, day in and day out. Have you had stuff melt down from using a griddle?
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My partner steel type 4 burner
What does "type" mean? That it's a Partner knock off?
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pinemnky- I know we're not supposed to use griddles, or other cooking vessels that are so big they stop the airflow, but have you actually had problems from such use? I've never had a problem using my Partner dutches/dutch lids on my Partner stove, nor have we had trouble using them like that commercially, day in and day out. Have you had stuff melt down from using a griddle?

I haven't but when I got my stove it had in the instruction sheet to use steel bars that they didn't sell to raise the griddle up off the grill to help with the airflow to prevent the seals from burning out. I got my hands on some 1/2 " solid square bar to raise the griddles up to prevent the aforementioned seals from getting fucked up.
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I did that to prevent my self from fucking up the stove as I have done with other equipment from not looking at those pieces of paper that my significant other looks at to let me know how I am fucking up the pieces if equipment that I have fucked up in the past
Apparently I am now well read in that department but not so muck in others
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