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Old 2018-10-26, 9:19am
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Default extra part (s) to attach oxy-con to Nortel minor

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I ordered a 5 Lt Devibliss oxy-con to attach to my burner (Nortel minor burner), and I have a question about any extra part or parts to join my oxy-con to the burner and any supplier for these parts. Photos will be very appreciated. Thank you
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Old 2018-10-26, 10:47am
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Looks like a barb end, so assuming you already have an oxy hose, you'll just need a small hose clamp. If your hose still has the end fitting, just cut it off. And just a tip- a little bit of spit on the barb will aid greatly in getting the hose on the barb. But don't forget to slide the clamp on the hose first!!

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Old 2018-10-27, 3:48am
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Thank you
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Old 2018-10-27, 2:08pm
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Mine screws on. I think we removed the barb and there was a fitting under it that we screwed the line right on.
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Old 2018-10-27, 3:28pm
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thank you ...that sounds easy
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Old 2018-10-27, 4:55pm
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If I remember correctly the removing was just a little tricky to keep the fitting still while we unscrewed the barb part.
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Old 2018-10-27, 5:00pm
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This is mine. Not sure if all models are the same or not.
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Old 2018-10-29, 1:17pm
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I can see that you got rid of the oxy-con thin tubing to replace it with the one in the picture.

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Old 2018-10-29, 2:29pm
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My apologies, I read the original question wrong. My answer was for the barb of the burner, not the oxycon.
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Old 2018-10-29, 2:42pm
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It is OK, your information is still useful since I have no idea about the way to put everything together.
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