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Coleman Propane Stove 2 Burner 5430E700

On a camping trip it worked fine until the last day when the pressure began to drop and then the jets went off. I put on a new tank, but there was still nothing> All fittings seemed tight

It is relatively new=2 years and not used frequently

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Ho cold waas it out? remember that when its cold out the presswure of the propane tanks are real low and you have to warm them for the pressure to go up. if your by your car then you can place them inside with the heater going till they warm up ofr now worm them up inside first. good luck

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