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How do I remove the pump assembley on a Coleman fuel stove 413G to repair seals etc… Are there instructions anywhere?

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Coleman: 413G, 2-Burner, Dual Fuel; White Gas / LP, Camp Stove, 5 80 May 1980.
High speed pumps need low viscosity lubrication which can flow into the high velocity components. If the pump operates in a cold environment, a lighter grade oil might be required. If the system operates in a humid or wet area, you might need anti-rust or corrosion additives to prevent moisture from getting in.
Since the pump is directly connected to the burner motor by a burner coupling, the oil delivered and its pressure will be constant in relation to the rpm of the burner motor.
You may need to remove the frame and frame rest on a lantern if you have a valve leak. Leaks from the fuel filler hole. This is the most common reason for pressure loss and is usually caused by a deformed or dry rotted gasket in the cap. To fix it just replace it, if you can.
The Coleman 413g is a made in the USA powerhouse. Built in Wichita, Kansas between 1965-1969 this unit is an absolute unit. It was built to stand the test of time and it has.
The 413G was made 1965 to 1980 according to the ICCC website.
An electric pump has a similar diaphragm-and-valve arrangement, but instead of the camshaft, a solenoid (an electromagnetic switch ) provides the pull on the diaphragm. The solenoid attracts an iron rod that pulls the diaphragm down, drawing petrol into the chamber.
The biggest reasons for a fuel pump to go bad are contamination, overheating, and wear. It`s quite common for debris and dirt to make their way into a fuel tank, which can then get through the filter and into the fuel pump. These contaminants end up blocking the flow and puts an unwarranted load on the fuel pump.
ISO VG 68 and VG 100 mineral or synthetic oils are used, although properly formulated ISO VG 32 synthetics (but not mineral oils) will serve the majority of pump bearings and also virtually all types of rolling-element bearings in electric motors.
The oil pump is an internal combustion engine part that circulates engine oil under pressure to the rotating bearings, the sliding pistons and the camshaft of the engine. This lubricates the bearings, allows the use of higher-capacity fluid bearings and also assists in cooling the engine.
In an oil burner pump, a thermostat sends signals to the control on the burner. The oil is drawn from the fuel pump with the help of the filter to the burner. After that, the burner converts the oil into a spray and blends it with the air, igniting the combustion chamber.
Most oil pumps are driven directly off the nose of the crankshaft or indirectly from the camshaft or crankshaft, using the distributor/blind shaft drive, a cogged belt, a chain drive, or a series of gears, just to name a few of the most common designs used over the years.
The company`s new headquarters are in Chicago, and it has facilities in Wichita, Kansas, and in Texas. There are approximately 4,000 employees. Some of the products manufactured are portable stoves, lanterns, coolers, sleeping bags, camp chairs, and shelters.
Model 413C was manufactured by Coleman beginning in 1947. This stove, in John Stendahl`s collection, is an early version that has a brown painted Solodur tank, a brass model tag on the front of the case, and lacks the Coleman parallelogram decal on the inside of the lid that was added a year later – see below.
They are all good. They are much better than the originals and will last you the rest of your life. I exclusively cook on Coleman stoves, and my standard thing is to get a new stove, clean out the fuel tank, replace the pump leather and cap gasket, and just use. Occasionally, the stoves need a new generator.
White gas (aka “naphtha,” “100% light hydrotreated distillate,” or “Coleman fuel”) is the first choice for most people in North America whether they`re headed out for a summer weekend or for a month-long winter expedition in the Alaska Range. Almost any pressurized-type liquid fuel stove will run well on white gas.
Contents. Historically called white gas, it is a liquid petroleum fuel (100% light hydrotreated distillate), composed of cyclohexane, nonane, octane, heptane, and pentane.
If you`re wondering which smokeless fuel is best to use for your multi fuel stove, you should try anthracite or hard coal. It is characterised by high carbon content and several impurities, and it produces less dirt, creosote, pollutants, and smoke when burnt, making it clean-burning and efficient.
Electric pumps

For older port injection and throttle-body injection systems, this “in-tank” fuel pump transports the fuel from the fuel tank to the engine, as well as pressurising the fuel to typically 40–60 psi (3–4 bar).

Carbureted engines may require as little as 28 kPa (4 PSI), while modern multipoint fuel injected high-performance engines can require as much as 414 kPa (60 PSI).
A diaphragm pump is a specific type of displacement pump that uses two flexible membranes. The membranes are connected by a central shaft, and create a separation between the compressed air and the fluid. A centrally located air valve alternately pushes one of the membranes to the side.
The pumping unit in a diaphragm pump consists of: diaphragm, suction valve, pumping chamber and delivery valve.
The basic operating system for an electric fuel pump is relatively simple. When the key is turned on, the powertrain control module (PCM) closes the fuel pump relay, which activates the fuel pump for about three seconds to pressurize the fuel injectors.
There are two types of Electric fuel pumps: Electric In-Tank Fuel Pumps and Electric External Fuel Pumps. Electric In-Tank Fuel Pumps are more common than the Electric External Fuel Pumps. Electric In-Tank Fuel Pumps This pump is mounted in the fuel tank of the vehicle itself.

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2005 4 stroke yamaha 150 550hrs. normally use every week but due to surgery not used for 10weeks. Just before I went down I changed internal fuel filter, and zincs in motor. finally put in sunday. motor started fine left dock hit the power and started to come up on plane then stuttered and died. changed the external fuel/water seperator pump up the primer and started up again. with in a minute died down again. limped back to dock checked fuel filter and plug wire connections. pumped up primer and left dock went right onto plane for maybe 150yds then coughed and died. I could pump up primer and it would run but then die out. the fuel filter at the front of the engine would run dry until I pumped it up again. If it were a car I would suspect a leak in a fuel line but I can’t find any sign of one.
before we launched I put 10 gallons of fresh fuel in and added another bottle of ethanol stabilizer (CRC brand)
what proceedure should I follow to isolate the problem? I am a fairly competent mechanic as far as cars and trucks go. I don’t really want to have to take it to a marine mechanic.
ANSWER : This is going to be the fuel pump is not pumping any fuel. The primer is acting as a fuel pump. When you prime it, it gives the engine enough fuel to run for a little bit. But as soon as the fuel runs out, the engine is dying. So this is going to be a bad fuel pump.

My 1977 Evinrude 140 HP outboard engine looses power when it hits @4,200 rpm’s and goes down to 3,500 then back up to 4,200 and then back down to 3,000 or about there. This would continue if I didn’t slow down to 3,000 on my own. It runs fine at @ 3,000 when I slow it down. I have changed all the fuel lines from the fuel tank to the carbs, removed, cleaned out the fuel tank, put new gas and added a can of SeaFoam. I replaced the water seperator filter and cleaned the fuel filter. I feel the fuel pump is operating OK. Any ideas about what could be causing my problem? Could it be a bad power pack or stator? Help!!
ANSWER : Hi, this is obviously a stator problem since you have cleaned the fuel filter..

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Mar 12, 2010 – Could it be the check valve? I took it off and the flap appears to be working correctly. This well has been here a long time. Never given me any problems. I do have galvenized couplers on the discharge and intake sides. Old. Could these be leaking even though they show no sign of water? The discharge is able to hold 30 pounds easily overnight. I do not hear any vacuum in the intake when I take it off. Could the pipe to the well have a leak? I know I would have to insert a sleeve bnut I do not want to go through the hassle if I do not have to. I had put on a brand new pump from the hardware store that did the same thing so I think that would elliminate the pump as being the problem.
Mar 12, 2010 – I have a 3/4hp flotec convertible jet pump. It is able to hold 30lbs pressure on the discharge side as the primie easily for 24 hours. It is not able to pull water from the well whcih has been here for years. i disconnected it for the winter and rehooked it up. The galvanized couplers on the discharge and pump side are old but do not appear to be leakeing as I taped them well. The check valve seems to be functioning well as I took it off and the flap works correctly. The well is not pulling watrer. there does not appear to be a vacuum on the check vale when I losen it. could the check valve be bad? I am aware I might have to resleeve the well, but do not want to hassle with this if I do not have to. I want to eliminate everything else first. i put another brand new pump on it to see if it was that. That partiuclar pump which was the same thng did not work either.

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ANSWER : Your well has gone dry it seems. It has happened to my before. At first the new pump I purchased that did not pump I took back for exchange and still no water. I finally gave in and called the well experts and I was told the well was dried up

I have coleman component 443 camping stove.
While pumping, the input air by the pump leaks just after the pump.
I guess the cap of pump should be replaced.
I tried to buy the part in Vancouver, unfortunately, I couldn’t.
I will visit seattle next week, is there any repair center in seattle?
ANSWER : Yms3023000-The only official Coleman repair facility is in Wichita, KS. Try oiling the flexible gasket at the end of the pump. More often than not, a leaking pump is is due to the gasket drying out and not forming a proper seal.Hope this helps.Regards,DIYpro

09 kx250f fuel leak
ANSWER : Sounds like your carb is dirty inside. make sure its out of warranty first, (don’t want to void it), then pull off the bowl at the bottom of the carb and clean it. Try to avoid useing acetone based cleaners as this can sometimes ruin some seals/gaskets/components.

Coleman 425 2-burner white gas stove pops out flame on low heat
ANSWER : There is water in your fuel. Drain the tank and flush it out with denatured alcohol. Refill with fresh fuel.

LX 188. Engine suddenly dies. The fluel in the bowel of the fuel filter is empty. If I crank the engine the filter becomes dry and is collapsing some but the engine does not start. When I remove the supply line from the fuel pump to the carberator and crank the enginge there is a strong stream of gas being pumped out. I tap on the carberator ??? is the float is hung not allowing fuel to enter. Cranking the engine with the line off refills the bowel of the gas filter. Reattache line to the carberator===engine starts. Ran perfect for 20minutes then suddenly died. Repeated all the above and engine again started. What to do to fix this? Thanks
ANSWER : Debrie inside the needle and seat area which has to be cleaned out with carburetor cleaner and compressed air