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We bought the Model 2000000850, turned on the lantern to run out the battery and then gave it a full charge as per instructions on 110. We then used the lantern two weekends for about 5 hours and the battery died. We then recharged again on the 110 and went to use but the lamp came on and only lasted about 10 minutes and then kicked off. We tried recharging it again on the 110 and when we went to use it, the light came on and instantly shut off. Help- we bought this for the Coleman name and can’t believe the battery or lamp is supposed to do this. Any advice would be great! Thanks!

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Gas lanterns are incandescent lights. They burn a fuel like propane, white gas or kerosene to produce heat, and the heat causes the mantles to produce light. The mantles are a ceramic mesh that encase the flame produced by the lantern.
With a runtime of up to 5 hours on high and 20 hours on low, the sun will come up long before you need to recharge. The LED lasts a lifetime, so it never needs replacing and it runs cool so it`s always safe to touch, even when it`s been on for hours.
In these appliances, electricity heats a coil or wire hot enough to make it glow. If you get the temperature up to about 4,500 degrees F (2,500 degrees C), you get a very bright yellow (nearly white) color. That`s the temperature of a normal light bulb filament.
The fabric of a hard mantle is supported by a metal frame that gives it a dome-like shape. In use, fuel is burned inside the mantle—the heating of the latter causes the thorium to emit an incandescent glow. The type of fuel depends on the type of lantern/lamp, it might be liquid or gas.
Rechargeable camping lantern The lamp comes with a 5000MAH rechargeable lithium battery and type-c interface, which takes about 6 hours to charge and lasts 9-300 hours depending on the brightness you use.
Batteries. It`s important to note that battery type is important when using your lantern. Some lanterns are able to use alkaline and lithium batteries, but not every lantern can. Also, lithium-ion rechargeable batteries are a great way to use rechargeables with a “primary” powered device.
In case of power cuts, where regular light bulbs don`t work, rechargeable lights stay on because of the rechargeable batteries in them. These batteries get charged when there is a regular power supply. These usually last four to eight hours but the charging and lasting time may vary depending on various factors.
They work like regular bulbs when the power supply is available, during which time they also recharge while the switch is on. Once the power cuts, they stay on, using the rechargeable battery in the bulb itself. Depending on the bulb, they can last two to eight hours.
Recharging a battery involves the conversion of electrical energy to chemical energy. During recharging, there is movement of electrons from an external power source to the anode, and on the other side electrons are removed from the cathode.
Description. Coleman`s new U-tube fluorescent lantern runs from 8 D-cell batteries.
Battery life depends on the design and the brightness that you set the lamp at. Most range between 10 and 24 hours of use. If you turn the brightness down, it can extend the battery life of some lamps.
Flat wick lamps and lanterns are designed to burn brightest with kerosene fuel, but clear lamp oil works just fine too. A popular lamp oil choice is K-1 kerosene, which is affordable and readily available from filling stations or in prepackaged containers.
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A sky lantern works like a hot air balloon. The candle flame bellow the shell warms up the air inside it, causing the lantern to float up and stay airborne until the candle is extinguished.

Sky lanterns can fly up to 3,000 feet and lasts for around 6 to 20 minutes, or when the flame burns out. However, there is no guarantee that the fire will be completely out and cooled when the lanterns eventually land. Consequently, any contact with a flammable surface could start a fire.
Sky lanterns are made from paper-covered wire or a bamboo frame with a candle inside. The heat from the candle lifts the lantern into the air where it can float for miles. Once extinguished, the lantern falls back to the ground where it becomes hazardous to animals and the environment.
You`ll know it`s fully charged when the LED indicator turns green. Once charged, this lantern shines 400 bright lumens more than 12 meters on its high setting. With a runtime of up to 4 hours on high and 20 hours on low, the sun will come up long before you need to recharge.
It is battery powered and can be taken and used in a variety of locations. On the high setting it runs for as long as 15 hours, and it can last up to 100 hours on the low setting.
We do not recommend using Sky Lanterns when it is raining. Light precipitation/drizzling may still allow Sky Lanterns to fly, but we strongly discourage using them in heavy downpours. 4. What can be used to write good luck wishes upon the Sky Lanterns?
First off, the built-in solar panel charges the lantern in 5-7 hours of full sunlight. Many solar lanterns take 20+ hours to fully charge, making them impractical. Pair the solar panel with a battery that lasts 3 hours on high and 50 on low and you should never be left in the dark!
When using on battery power and the light starts to dim, this indicates that the internal battery needs to be recharged. The RED charging indicator in the back will turn off when the lamp is fully charged.
All chargers switch off automatically when battery is fully charged.
The standard amount of time required to recharge to full capacity is approximately 16 to 20 hours. If the battery is completely depleted, charging it for forty-eight hours is required.
You should always charge rechargeable batteries in the device it`s used in, the charger it came with or a charger recommended by the manufacturer. Chargers are designed for specific battery types; mixing chargers and batteries could result in unexpected problems.
Sky lanterns are made from paper-covered wire or a bamboo frame with a candle inside. The heat from the candle lifts the lantern into the air where it can float for miles. Once extinguished, the lantern falls back to the ground where it becomes hazardous to animals and the environment.

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I have had two small Coleman ‘Frontier PZ’ propane lanterns for a number of years with no problems. Last year one of them started shutting down for no apparent reason – it would light normally, burn for 4 – 5 minutes and then go out. This summer the second lantern has started doing the same thing. Changing gas cylinders seems to have no effect, nor does a new mantle fix the problem. It’s hard to be certain but as I can’t hear any gas hissing it’s as if the jet gets blocked after a few minutes alight. Turn off the gas, leave the lantern alone for a while and it will relight ok, though it will still only burn for a few minutes before going out again. Any ideas?
ANSWER : There is something in the jets or the piping to the mantels, you my find spider webing there, if you did no cap the port where the tank goes some small friends might have wanted to go camping with you.

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I have a coleman family cabin tent
ANSWER : Check this website, have your ten info handy.
http://www.coleman.com/coleman/manuals/manuals_resp.asp?category_id=2200

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I have a Peak 2,500,000 candle power cordless rechargeable spotlight (PKCOTN) and it’s not recharging. I tried to recharge on the wall outlet and connect the recharger on the bottom of the handle to the wall outlet as well. The halogen light on the bottom is working but the big spotlight is barely lit. Can you please send me a picture of the charger how it looks like? This one belongs to my brother who passed away 3 weeks ago. I cld. not find the instructions and the box it came from. Pls. send your response to my wife’s email address.
Thanks,
Dan
ANSWER : There is a panel on the back which opens up to expose a 120 v house current charger. You must use an extension cord (not supplied) which will fit in the narrow channel. The supplied 12 volt car charger plugs in to the bottom of the handle. A red LED lights up when either charger is used. The manual suggests 24 hours of charging before use. My condolences.

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Coleman rechargable lantern Model 5327A750. Have not used it in a while have left it on charge for over 24 hours. the night light works but the main light does not go on. Replaced the bulb and still nothing. Time for the trash can. Made in china….
It is only one (1) year old!!!!! Coleman has gone downhill@!!!
ANSWER : Just read the charging instructions. Charge for 16-18 hours. If stored for more than 6 months recharge for the full 16 hours. Do not leave the lantern on after the battery has stopped, has overdischarging the battery can cause problems in recharging to a full charge. If this does happen, switch lantern to off and recharge for 40 hours.YES 40 hours. Only the LED is the only light to be used while charging. If you hane the other light on hi or low the battery does not charge.Hope this helps

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I have a Vector VEC1378 rechargeable lantern – does this lantern also take a battery or must it be electrically charged only? If so, how do you open the battery case.

Thank you.

ANSWER : I have the same and bought a $20 6v lead acid replacement from the Batteries Store. There are 4 small screws hidden under the foam rubber ring pad on the bottom. Very easy to open and swap out the battery. That said if you want to sell me your old lantern as is, I would enjoy having a second one for camping. Thanks and good luck. I can be reached at rudock1 at yahoo dot com. -Billy

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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.

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Hi With the rechargeable lanterns that charge by electric or car charger what do you put the lantern on to charge turn it off or put it on on or dc?
ANSWER : You connect the charger to the lamp and plug the charger into an AC outlet. Having the lamp on will increase charge time. The charger does not appear to accept feedback from the battery so it depends on you to disconnect it when charge is complete.

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