20 Most Recent Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE 9949-750 Questions & Answers


I had the same issue.
Take the lid assembly off and remove the metal shield over the burner controls.
This will allow you to remove the black cover that you see on the front of the grill and will give you access to the burner controls behind the knobs.

there is an almost diamond shaped metal piece with a screw in the top and one in the bottom that the know shaft runs through.. take note how it is currently positioned and then remove the screws and the piece of metal will come off.. dont lose the spring or lock washer.

you will now have access to the valve which is your issue. i sprayed some liquid wrench and i used a large common head screw driver to "beak" the valve to allow it to turn. Test it so you know which position to return the valve to and then put it all back together.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jun 07, 2018


dirt dust., cobwebs. where it was stored ,

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


The low jet probably has a partially blocked jet. It isn't unusual for paraffin or petrol fuelled burners to become blocked and the jets have to be cleaned regularly with a jet cleaner or pricker - a thin hard steel wire clamped in a pressed steel holder. Modern or premium products often have an internal jet cleaning mechanism built in.

It is rare for propane or butane powered appliances to suffer blocked jets but it does happen sometimes. If the jet is accessible it can usually be cleaned with a pricker of the right size but if it isn't accessible or the pricker provides only a temporary cure, the appliance will need partially dismantling and the jet (or nipple) removed for cleaning.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016


go to www.coleman.com for parts.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Sep 07, 2015


You can either use a cooking spray like Pam on the griddle prior to heating it. Or if you're cooking steaks, rub a little olive oil on each side of the steak, before seasoning (kosher Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper) it. For meats, always allow them to come to room temperature before grilling and allow the grill to preheat until is extra hot. The hotter the grill/griddle, the less likely red meats will stick to it.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!! Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jul 30, 2015


This grill has a 5 year warranty.
Call Coleman and get a replacement.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jul 08, 2015


It looks like they just pull off. Give them a good tug without using tools. coleman com

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jun 03, 2015


Yellow flame is blocked burner clean out with Air line ,or wire brush ,prick out burner holes .

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Sep 11, 2014


Your local propane supplier. They are made of a special material so that propane won't react with it.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jul 25, 2014


Make sure the igniter is not being covered in grease and not sparking. Also, if you had it stored, make sure a tiny critter has not taken up residence in one of the Gas tubes feeding the burner

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jun 15, 2014

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