to be at the connection of the bottle to the arm/propane line. Does the linkage between the bottle & the stove tend to get rusted or damaged. It looks to be in good shape & the propane is full & discharges when unscrewed. Thank You!

Jeff

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If your stove is not cooking properly, it is most likely not delivering enough fuel to the burners. Diagnose the problem by finding the point in the system where the flow of gas is obstructed, or the place where the system is not sealed. Remedy it by removing the obstruction or sealing the leak.
Use WD40 or mineral oil inside the fuel line to clear out any buildup. To get your stove super clean, briefly soak it in white gas or alcohol and wipe it down. Dry the stove off completely once clean to prevent rust.
The valve or the cap itself can have gotten clogged with grime and food residue over time. If either become clogged, then the gas can`t flow through. If the gas can`t flow through, it can`t form a ring and it isn`t present to be lit by the igniter. You can easily remedy this problem by washing the burner cap.
Check that the hose attachment is properly connected to the propane tank, and double-check that the screw-on valve is tightened. Some propane tanks have safety features that won`t allow gas to escape from the canister unless the hose connection is tightly secured with the gas release mechanism.
This answer is: Absolutely! Almost every stove can be converted from natural gas to propane. We say *almost* because natural gas works on a lower pressure than propane, and there may be a few older or select models that won`t be able to handle the higher pressure of propane no matter what.
Soak the sealed burner base in vinegar or warm water and use a stiff brush to remove any debris. Finally, clean any remaining debris out of the burner holes with a toothpick, sewing needle or compressed air.
Yes, it is safe to use a propane stove indoors. However, there are a few safety precautions to take if you have an indoor propane stove. Like any cooking appliance, the key element in successfully using a propane stove is ventilation. Any stove that relies on an open flame releases exhaust into the indoor air.
Do you need the regulator on the hose? The simple answer is that if the gas appliance in question came with a regulator, then yes, you need the regulator.
Can I use a Coleman camp stove indoors? If the stove uses butane/propane as fuel, you may be able to use it indoors, but it isn`t recommended—even with all the windows and doors open. Would you use your barbecue indoors? The answer to this should be no.
Sometimes when you try to ignite the burner, you can hear a clicking noise and see sparks, but the gas doesn`t ignite. The reason this happens is that the gas supply is partially blocked.
The most likely reason why a stove no longer makes a clicking noise is due to a faulty spark module. Like most types of electric components, spark modules can burn out and stop working over time. When this happens, the module will no longer be able to create the spark necessary to ignite the gas.
A faulty regulator will inhibit the flow of gas. We would recommend getting a new hose with regulator. For further assistance, please call our Customer Care Center at 1.800. BLU.
First things first, raise that lid up high. Then, turn on the gas at the propane tank. Next, turn on one of the gas burners on the grill. And finally, hit that auto light or ignition button if your grill has one.
Propane stoves have a device called a thermocouple that shuts off the propane flow to a burner if it isn`t lit. This is very important so that if a burner blows out or if you accidentally bump a knob and turn the burner on (without lighting it), propane doesn`t flow or leak and create a fire or explosion risk.
Using propane on a natural gas stove without proper conversion can be dangerous and cause an overly large flame, soot, damage, or even an explosion.
Safe operation – Propane stoves are safer than many other options because the fuel comes from the pressurized tank as a vapor rather than a liquid. Propane is a safe fuel with a narrow range of flammability. Durability – Stoves powered by clean-burning propane last longer than similar electrical models.
If you are willing to remove grease from your stove within a few minutes without creating any mess, you can do so with the help of the WD-40 Multi Use Product. The highly potent liquid reacts with the grease stains, loosens them, and makes them come off your gas stove almost immediately.
Check for loose or burnt wiring

The stovetop will need to be lifted up to check the wiring and connectors for damage. If the wiring or connectors are damaged, they will need to be replaced. A loose connection could also be causing the burner not to work, so you should check that the connectors are not loose as well.

Water on an electric stove can also cause a fire. When water comes in contact with a heating element, it can cause the element to crack or shatter, which can result in a short circuit or an electrical fire.
Step two: fill your sink up with water and a few drops of gentle dish soap like Dawn. Soak the stove grates in soapy water for 15 minutes. While they`re soaking, go ahead and use that soapy water to wipe down the rest of the stovetop.
Mix water and baking soda to create a paste. Apply a thin layer of the paste to the burner heads and caps. Allow them to 15-30 minutes. Use a toothbrush or scrub brush to remove any caked on foods.
Pilot lights and main burners on gas appliances should always produce a blue flame. If the flame is yellow or red, service is required as soon as possible.
ANSWER: Burning any fossil fuel indoors is potentially dangerous. Coleman lanterns burn fossil fuel and if used indoors create the potential for a fatal buildup of carbon monoxide. For this reason, Coleman strongly urges consumers to use its lanterns only outdoors.
“It might be tempting to use a camping stove or barbecue indoors to save on energy costs, but doing so is not only a fire risk, it could also lead to carbon monoxide poisoning,” LFB said in a post on Twitter. “Only use these items outdoors.”

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Flames shooting up from back of Coleman stove.
ANSWER : Buy a new one. do not attempt to use this one again. There could be a pin hole in the propane lines or just a small crack. If you can hear it then there’s a problem.

However if you really want to fix this one try putting water on the propane lines and then putting on a new tank and opening the valve. DO NOT LIGHT THE STOVE. where there are bubbles there is your leak. When you find it seal it with a Flame retardent sealent or clamp the line. Also I believe Lowe’s sells parts that may work. just find out which line is leaking and replace the whole line.

I highly recommend just buying a new one and destroying the old one. DO NOT just throw it away please. Some one out there will grab it and try and use it. They will find out the hard way and maybe get hurt badly themselves or hurt someone else. Just imagine the guy who grabs it and goes camping with his family. Him and his son start it up. the son is right next to the unit. The guy fires it up and boom the son gets burned. Is it just me or would you feel bad if you knew this guy. I have seen it first hand. trust me it sucks. A buddy of mine did this and his son was in hospital for 3 days. he said he will never do that again.

So for safety sake please just buy the new one. don’t take unnessecary risks if you don’t have too.

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Hi I have 2 burner Coleman LPG stove about 12 yrs old and the flame on both burners is slowly getting lower and lower when knobs on full. The gas bottle is full. Why is this? Can I clean it/jets somehow? Thanks Garry
ANSWER : Hi,1 GRATE Assembly2 Burner Assembly3 REGULATOR Assembly4 VALVE WHEEL 5 IGNITER KNOB & SCREW 1)Blow air into the valve wheel connections so the blockages will be cleared.2)Remove the burners and clean it perfectly.Dry the
burners using hair dryer and remove the parts and clean everything
perfectly.Burners will be screwed with two screws.3)Knob switch could be also could be problem,small dust
particles will block the flow of current to bypass switch.4)In
some Coleman 2 Burner Propane Stove models the Ignitors
are prone to defective.They go bad when use for long time.Replace it
if it
is defective ignitors cost very less.Remove the screws to change the
ignitor.post a comment for further assistance.Thank you for using fixya have a nice day:-)

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I have lost all pressure in my coleman 502 camp stove. It worked well a few times but up camping it lost pressure after having worked well making coffee but after getting back to camp after a trip out fishing its like someone messed with my stove while I was out. Could it have overheated sitting out in the sun on our table? It no longer builds up pressure when pumped. I took the part out and the plunger looked worn, but I don’t know if it is missing a part inside the tank or what. I just bought it at a thrift store a couple months back as an extra burner.
ANSWER : If you didn’t oil it it might do that. or you should check the position at witch you are holding the plunger.
the instructions say that the plunger turns left and right but mine doesn’t do that
DON’T FORGET TO COVER THE HOLE IN THE PLUNGER THOUGH
IT TOOK ME A WHILE TO FIGURE THAT OUT THE FIRST TIME

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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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Square tent with 2 types gazebo poles, varenda, 2 side windows
ANSWER : The 2 longest of the poles go in an x over the center of the tent and the 2 shorter ones go arch to the sides. http://www.wenzelco.com/details.aspx?NavID=412shows a picture very similar to your tent. If you go to image 2 it shows it with out the fly. now if you got 2 sets of 4 poles, 2 long and 2 short, and one set is all aluminum, then I would go with the aluminum set. It is less likely to collapse in high winds.

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Help! Just bought a Remington 30 06 for my grandson that has a Bushnell Sportview U4124 4-12power scope mounted on it. I would like to sight it in at 100 yards using a 180 grain shell but I don’t have the owners manual and I don’t understand an on line explanation that I found. This is the on line message: “You’ll see two horizontal crosshairs, put the top one on the animals back then zoom in until the bottom one is on his stomach. Look at the numbers on the zoom dial there should be three lines they are D – deer, E – elk and A – antelope. The numbers are the distance to the game, you then turn the external elevation knob or turret to the matching distance and shoot dead on. No need to hold over for bullet drop. The sad part will be if you didn’t get the other turrets that would have come with it as they are calibrated to different calibers and bullet weights”
I don’t understand how to set the elevation knob to 100yards when its lowest shown number is 150. If I need other turrets how or where can I get them? Thanks, a frustrated grandfather.
ANSWER : You can contact the Remington directly who will ship you a free users manual. Here is the company’s Contact Us details:

http://www.remington.com/pages/our-company/our-company/company-info.aspx

You may also find the required answer in the official help center. It covers almost every fields. Here is the link:

http://remington.custhelp.com/

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Water getting into center cylinder oring was new took it apart again gasket looks good cylinder looks good dont know where im going wrong took head to performance shop to check for being warped looked good to them
ANSWER : You need to get a perfect flat edge an look at the top of the cylinder then if the head is good. also the cylinder base gasket could be bad. go to the big chain auto parts stores and rent the radiator pressure tester set. put engine to gether with spark plug out of the cylinder. buy a small led flashlight that has the light off the batteries with a flexible connector. have the light inside the cylinder. rotate emgine so the piston is down. have a friend pump the pressure up while you look into the cylinder from the spark plug hole. you may have to go buy a bore scope or rent one if you can not look into the cylinder

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