The other issue to be overcome is that the regulator is on top of the valve body which makes inverting the gas cylinder difficult.
I have now modified the stove to overcome the instability. I looked at taking the legs assembly apart and repositioning the stops but decided that would be too big a job.
It was far easier just to add an extra stabilising leg under the body but ensuring that it didn’t interfere with the folding of the legs for packing away or the subsequent storing in my pan and looked half decent.
Below are some photo’s of the simple job.
The leg started out life as a lightweight alloy tent peg. It had seen better days so after a bit of flattening, bending and cutting to length it was ideal to use it here. It was fixed to the body support with heat resistant Araldite.
Cost of mod, miniscule.
Time to do, about 30 minutes.
Could save you a lost pan of water or worse.
Cylinder inversion to follow.
Hope this helps.