Hi all. I ordered a replacement combustor for my 1986 Encore. The combustor for this stove is 2.5x13x2" and I accidentally ordered the 2.5x13x1" unit. So the combustor I ordered is 1" thick vs the 2" thick it came with. I have been operating this stove for 15 yrs so I know it well. I replace the combustor every 5 years so this is the 3rd one. Amazon is not getting back to me regarding an exchange or return which is of course frustrating. If they weren't so dang expensive, I'd just cut my losses and re-order the 2" unit. But this thing was $300 cdn. With all of this said. I wondered if I can get some feedback on whether or not it's really a big deal if I use the 1" thick combustor vs 2". The 1" combustor fits the stove perfectly, its just not as thick as the original. Logic dictates that I won't get quite as clean of a burn when the combustor activates but other than that I can't see any other down-side to using it if I cannot get a return or an exchange figured out. If there are any other reason's that this would be a no no. I would appreciate the input. Thanks!