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What is generator knob & where do you fill it with fuel?

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There are 2 knobs, the generator knob is the smaller of the two

there is a cap with knurles around the edge and a screw in the center, take that off and add coleman fuel.

this cap may leak air because the gaskets get old and crack- so pump it up and put some soapy water on it and see if you get bubbles

okay THIS IS IMPORTANT!!!!!!!! if you have never fired one of these up before~~~~~ dont do it in your kitchen-- you will burn your house down--- fire it up outside first to see how it works!

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