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Hi I have a coleman roadtrip. Great grill. It seems to have lost its cooking power. I have flame from all jets but no real preasure. Any help is good

It is about 7-8 years old

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SOURCE: Looking for manual for Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE

http://www.coleman.com/coleman/images/pdf/9949-750.pdf

Posted on May 01, 2009

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SOURCE: regulator pressure for a Coleman Roadtrip

Have you tried COLEMAN SPARES old chum?

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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SOURCE: low flame roadtrip grill, when both sides are on at the same time

could be blocked burners of blocked orfice , or reg on tank , which all give low pressure

Posted on May 20, 2010

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SOURCE: coleman grill 3000 flame too low on max setting

Hi,
Your problem could be or probably is with the regulator...not enough gaspressure...

Propane, LP, or Natural Gas Regulator Problems
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Posted on Nov 27, 2010

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SOURCE: We have a Coleman Roadtrip and the regulator is

Grr, I have the exact same model, first ordered the clip-on listed for all 9941 models on Coleman's site, then tried the threaded one. Neither one fits. I give up. Coleman did try to work with me, but this is very frustrating and doesn't make any sense... I think I saw the regulator that may be the right one on (Roadtrip) grills at a couple of stores. It had finer threads, and there was less threading overall (since I can't even see or feel for sure in that tiny dark hole if my grill is threaded or not). I give up.

Posted on Jan 08, 2011

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ONE of my burners on the coleman grill has low flames, the other burner is normal. what do I do?


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.

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Flames are merely particulates that are heated enough to glow. If a fuel is burning cleanly there will be no visible flames.

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It sounds like too much pressure for the reg causing freezing or you have aleak on the line . possable you need to change reg .

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I have a Coleman Roadtrip XLE. The on/off knobs do not control the gas. The gas comes on FULL bore and give a LARGE flame.


The problem you're having could be the result of a faulty regulator. Replacing the Hose/Regulator Assembly should solve the problem. You can pick one up at any home center or hardware store that sell grills and accessories for about $30.00.

Hope this helped you and happy grilling. Thanks for choosing FixYa.

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I have a coleman roadtrip grill. I use a propane screw in canister. When I lite up the grill there is a flame that comes out by the propane cylinder were is screws on the back of the grill. How do I fix...


There is no repair. The canister holder/control valve will have to be replaced. You can contact Weber directly at 800-446-1071. If they don't have it try Appliance Factory Parts http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/ They have a large selection of replacement parts for all makes & model grills.

Good luck and Happy Grilling!!

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My Coleman roadtrip cooks way too hot. Is there a way to turn down the flow. We are burnig on low.


If you're cooking at the lowest setting and the flames are to high, you will need to replace the gas control valve for the burners. Coleman still stocks some parts for your model. Appliance Factory Parts carries a wider selection of parts. http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/

I hope this helps. Happy Grilling!!

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Left burner lights and holds flame, right burner lights but has extremely small flame. Roadtrip LXE Grill.. After reading losts of issues, including the spider home... not sure if there is something...


The only place the line could be blocked is either in the burner, the venturi valve on the burner and the burner orifice. In any case, the burner must be removed to insect it thoroughly, as well as clean it.

Hope this helped you to trouble shoot and solve the problem.

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Low flame roadtrip grill, when both sides are on at the same time


could be blocked burners of blocked orfice , or reg on tank , which all give low pressure

May 20, 2010 | Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE 9949-750

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