I got this MIC steel body lantern which was sold as Out-D L6 Gasoline Lantern. Probably 2 years ago. Failed to light from day 1. Having to struggle for a week. I chucked it away. Having to see posts on 150cp pop up, I decided to give it some thought. I am not sure if I've received a lemon. But when placed side by side. Something seems fishy straight away. Notice the vaporizer heights, frame heights. This is perhaps a later version. The earlier ones were all chromed steel and still have the separate inner hood. However, cost cutting, this doesn't have an inner hood. Now, one can see how this will not work... Just how far the jet is from the hole?? Although I've removed the jet, the gap is way too large. I measured the gap is around 10.5mm. Swapping parts around from a Santrax, I determined that the main culprit was the frame height and glass height. Thus, I went on to take the frame apart. Drill out the posts and shorten them was the plan. Shorten the posts to match the Santrax. I do not own M3 thread die but I do have M3 taps and fasteners. Dumb moment~ I found out my screws for the plan were 10mm long. My drill bit wasn't that long. Also, I didn't have end tap. No way my screws can fit in all the way. I was getting around 5mm depth. I thought to myself~ great… So I thought why not cut the screw heads off? I did, but turning stainless steel… Obviously bolt cutters will work but such tiny screws. Well, I cut 3 heads off with the lathe... Proved to me that it was too much work. I then decided to try cutting off brass screw heads. Wait!! I then recalled I have a bunch of M3 grub screws in my electronics drawer................ I felt so stupid, I stopped the fettle for the day and save it till the glass for the lamp arrives.. The original one was also more than 10mm too tall..