I have Model 110 side lights on my '13 Touring. When I turn the knob to raise/lower the wick, it does nothing. I suspect that the toothed wheel has come loose from the rod. Is there any way to get in there and solder it back together? Repop burners are ~$150, and for something that will hardly ever be used, that is a lot of money. Suggestions?
How is the wick? If it is old and rotted away, the little tooth wheel might be spinning with nothing to grip.
Good thought. Thanks. But both burners have new wicks and I can see the tooth wheel not turning when I turn the knob. I bought the wicks from Langs, so I know they are the right wicks.
The wick riser appears to be soldered into the burner base from the top. You may be able to take that one apart and get to the loose tooth wheel. I haven't done it but the burner won't be much use if you can't adjust the wick.
I used the side and tail lights on my '14 this evening. By the time I stopped to pick up hamburgers after church, I lit the kerosene's.
You'll be surprised how often you will use them even when you haven't lit the acetylene headlights.
Ken in Texas