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A: I don’t know about your zip code area. But if I could return them I would in a heartbeat. I have found them to be horrible to try to use. Have a portable generator and bought the gas cans. Can’t hold-press-and pour at same time. I ate the cost and put them in the garbage
A: The noodle stays too sit it doesn't go into the can
A: The spout should be put back on the can and the dustcap in place for transport.
A: When I first bought this it had the nozzle off and strapped to the handle. I filled the can through the spout port. Then placed the spout on and connected the one safety piece and end screw cap.
A: The nozzle has to be in place to seal the can for transport.
A: There’s a cap on the nozzle.
A: Yes it is. I like it.
A: Yes. It is a black mesh that is supposed to prevent a flame from entering the can. A new regulation as usual
A: It is installed.
A: I too have a different looking can from the one in the video. Actually eight of them, spanking new. And full of gasoline, 42 lbs each. Different spout, different shape and can, slightly different can. Descriptions and product details on various websites are useless, no, make that nonexistent. Not marketed as Briggs & Stratton, although name does appear as very secondary info on the product label, which must be peeled open to see... What? Maybe instructions? Which, the 42lb filled can, I will hold at eye-level to read? NFL. Whatever, it's not allowing itself to be removed. Well, I'll show them! I have scissors! Either that or grovel on the garage floor to take a photo. Quite annoying, the whole shooting match, but still has to be better than the dangerously unmanageable and inoperable never-to-be-used-again Midwest cans I bought last year. (We'll decapitate those and use them for plants.) Just one more omen foretelling the end of the world.
A: I recorded this video using the can purchased a few weeks ago. https://youtu.be/SmND_PS-aK0 Enjoy
A: Do not purchase, a waste of good money on this piece of junk.
A: Yes. The one in the video is an old one. I have the cans in the video as well. I have no issues with them. Unfortunately, I don't have a video of the current one. Let's just say that if the arthritis on my fingers get worse, I won't be able to use these cans.