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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.
Most gas appliances, except for some 2-3 burner gas stoves, have the flying disc-shaped regulators pre-set to 2.8kPa which is the pressure at which the appliance is designed to operate.
The problem of an appliance not lighting is usually caused by one of two things. Either the generator is clogged-up with soot, or the fuel & air tube is blocked by dirt or varnish.
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. Keep the original for display but use a new replacement cap for use.
Coleman Propane Fuel, Fire Starter – Pressure-regulated 15 psi (pounds per square inch) to ensure steady output throughout the life of the cylinder.
If the burner cap is not in the right position, it can manifest a low flame as not enough gas is able to escape due to blockage. You may also find that one side of the flame is higher than the other if the cap is uneven.
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.
Generally, propane pressure should be between 100 and 200 psi to ensure that the liquid propane gas remains in a liquid state.
A typical residential propane appliance regulator drops the tank regulator`s outlet pressure to 10.5″ WC (about 0.38 psi or about 6 ounces of pressure) that is the pressure fed into the appliance itself. (High pressure regulators used, for example at some large gas appliances may require up to 60 psi).
ColemanĀ® stoves, lanterns, lamps and irons use the same basic principles of operation, and have since the early 1900s. Pressure devices place and maintain their fuel under pressure, convert that fuel to a gas vapor and then control the manner and rate at which it burns.
You can increase the gas volume by removing the handles that control the burner. You will find a screw inside the opening in the stove and adjust the flame with a very small slotted screw driver. The burner will need to be on when doing this to adjust the size of the flame.
The Coleman regulator arm needs to be attached to the Coleman stove regardless of if you have a green gas canister or a gas hose connected to a gas bottle. This Arm helps to regulate the gas through to the stove – the knobs on the stove will control the flow of gas to the burner rings.
Look at the shutoff valve on the base of the propane tank. Near it is the round, capped safety relief valve. This piece works independently to protect your tank from having a dangerous pressure buildup inside it.
Pressure and Gas Type

In the case of Butane, the standard supply pressure is 28 mbar (11″ water gauge) and for Propane it is 37 mbar (14″ water gauge) – regulators that supply either of these pressures are called “low pressure regulators”.

In cold weather or when the tank is too empty, the gases do not expand enough to fill the space within the tank. This results in low pressure.
I think a camp stove (at least the Coleman stove that we have) would not be sturdy enough to hold the weight of a full pressure canner. As far as electric canners so, the USDA has approved Ball`s electric water bath canner – they have not approved any other electric canner.
The Coleman regulator arm needs to be attached to the Coleman stove regardless of if you have a green gas canister or a gas hose connected to a gas bottle. This Arm helps to regulate the gas through to the stove – the knobs on the stove will control the flow of gas to the burner rings.
With the help of the ColemanĀ® High-Pressure Propane Gas Hose and Adapter, you can use your Coleman camp stove, grill, or lantern 20 times longer without refueling.
With the help of the ColemanĀ® High-Pressure Propane Gas Hose and Adapter, you can use your Coleman camp stove, grill, or lantern 20 times longer without refueling.

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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.

HI!
I continually get code 90 (low/NO flow) from my 8111. I have disassembled, cleaned EVERYTHING, including the inlet port AT the pump (remind everybody to check this as stuff gets past the filter basket and will plug the pump inlet).

There is No air in the system and I get superb pressure at the outlet, yet I still get code 90. I again removed the flow sensor and put my ohm meter across the flow sensor terminals and activated the flapper and measured an open circuit. I used a heavier magnet to see if I could get make the internals of the sensor move to get an ohm reading, but I get nothing but an open circuit, ie: no measured resistance.

Can I simply bypass the defective flow sensor to trick the 8111 to think it has full flow without damaging the ‘brain’ of the system.?

Intex corp is useless at these questions. They have been out of stock on this sensor for months and are telling me “two weeks” for two months and now it’s “end of August” which I do not believe. Meanwhile I am making no chlorine while the 90 code is showing.

I love the 8111, this is the first problem I’ve had with it, and I’m frustrated that I can not get such an important part from them.

Thanks for listening!

ANSWER : Have you been able to find a solution to this problem. I am having the same issue.

I have a York Stellar model mid efficiency furnace Model # P?UCD12N07601A, Serial # EXAM3600524 installed in 1992. The HSI was replaced approximately 3 months ago. Over the last two weeks the ventor motor comes on, the HSI lights but does not ignite the gas. The ventor motor runns continously and the HSI continues to turn off and on without gas ignition. Some times by turning the ventor motor off and on (by opening and closing the bottom furnace faces panel door) will give be ignition after the HSI goes through 1-4 cycles. If I can’t get it to work I call my furnace repair guy. The serviceman thought it was the pressure switch and ordered one. Just this last weekend I had no heat and another service guy came in replaced the HSI again and adjusted the pressure switch and said this fix should work. Less than a day later furnace still experiencing the same problem-Ventor motor comes on, HSI comes on but no gas ignition. ventor motor runs continuously and the temperature in the house drops! I’m frustrated and the servicemen don’t seem to know how to fix the problem for good.
ANSWER : Make sure the vent pipes that exhaust the fumes are not blocked in any way and also check the drain line to be sure it is not kinked from the vent motor to the trap. Take the hoses off the vent motor and the pressure switch and make sure all the hoses are clean and free from debris also check the trap on the drain hose and make sure it has water in it if it doesn’t this will creat a negative pressure in the vent motor housing not allowing the vent pressure switch to make.

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

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:-)

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.

Repair or replacement of propane cylinder
ANSWER : Get a new onehttp://www.gowesty.com/ec_view_details.php?id=2447&search_phrase=tank&start=or… convert to the 1lb cylinders:http://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=244556&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0