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I have a Primus 2255 camp stove. It requires screw in butane cylinder which I do not have. Are they compatible with other screw in cylinders? Where can I get one?

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Most screw in butane cylinders use the same thread best bet is to go to a good local outdoor shop and ask them or try one at the shop

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What type fuel and oil does this take


My searches of the internet indicate that this appliance is a multi-fuel appliance.
It is supplied with a gas bottle - for use with butane fuel
(see http://www.dx.com/p/campsor-9-split-type-camping-oil-gas-fuel-stove-silver-red-126914#.U0we9nlOVjo )
Read the reviews on that webpage for reviwers experiences with different types of fuel. Diesel doesn't work, it seems, but kerosenr and unleaded gasoline (petrol) work ok. You may need different connector for gaseous fuel and liquid fuels.
Coleman Naptha fuel apparently works well.
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For camping with large groups, what is the recommended stove?


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My 12736 has a propane regulator. My old bbq had a butane one and a nearly full butane cylinder. Can I switch regulators?


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Can I use butane in a propane camping stove?


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Clogged regulator?


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Disconnect the disposable bottle and make sure the stove's gas adapter is not clogged with insect debris or something. Also make sure your bottle is not empty by trying another one just in case! Douglas

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We have an old gas barbeque from B and Q which has been running of Butane for the last two years. We recently got a camping cooker which runs of either Butane or Propane. We need to buy a new gas cylinder...


I have worked on gas products for many years and have converted many from lp to natural gas and from natural gas to lp. What you want to do i would never try.

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