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now, how do I light it?

 
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Built a simple version recently to do the bulk of the evaporation for syruping. Works OK, but I need some tips on lighting it effectively.
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I seem to recall reading of someone lighting a fire near the front and then sliding it further in...

Barring that, good excuse to build a flamethrower?
 
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