Question about Coleman Propane Grill Stove 9921-700
I have a problem of black soot from the burners on my 4 bunner hotpoint propaine apt stove.
It's also possible that your stove is not converted to the right type of gas. If you are using propane, have you had the stove converted from natural gas to propane? If you are living in an apt with natural gas, then your propane stove will need to be converted to natural gas.
Posted on May 15, 2010
The fuel to air mixture is set incorrectlty or your pressure at the ouitlet for the gas valve is too low.
you culd play around adjusting the first part of this but for the gas valve part you have to have a manaometer to check it out correctly. then it should be set at 10"wc. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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