Just a little problem .... x 3 of them actually .. Well I came by a Bialaddin 310 in half decent condition .. it cost me only a few quid . intact... and I could not resist ... a lamp glass can cost £15 so .. it comes into my stable of lamps .. it is in fair condition .. scrubbed up OK .. Spent some time cleaning , emerying , de-spiderfying , putting in new NRV pip and seals , good leather washer ..swirling out the tank with decades of detritus in , de oxidising the cage, glass cleaned up as new . sorting the pre heater ,, new tank seals , heat and quench vapouriser .. a palm full of carbon eventually came out of it .. never seen as much .. ... now the Top ..part Stop there ..the three burner air buttons have a mind of their own .. they are well and truly solid and staying put.. despite applying applying heat .. plumbers gas gun ..soaking in penetrating oil .. and a quick psych myself up with pliers of various types .. strength .. the little air buttons stayed firmly put where their maker and manufacture intended them to be and used for .. mmmm So I ask ... 1. Did Bialaddin ever make a little tool of some description to grip onto the 4 air holes ? 2. If not suggestions if I can make one myself .. or indeed if there is such a tool. 3. Do I have to remove the little blighters ? To clean properly the burner .. Other than a quick rub with wire wool is all I can do .. lamp works / and lights very good 4. The top of the lamp though has seen better days.. there is rust / paint missing / one or two pin prick holes.. I could damage it easily with force I feel .. but its solid enough .. I did what I could do ... so Ssrgery on a new Chinese Anchor mantle... burnt in .. I fired up the 310 up on your very finest 28 second kero .. Its been running solid all last night at the front of my drive .. mmmm ! very nicely .. Love to sort the air buttons and burner though ... any thoughts / ideas from you learned experts out there ..