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Old coleman dome heater wont light

Have old heater turned upside down and added white gass to dome wont light in fact splatters fuel what am i doing wrong

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Sounds like your feed tube might be partially plugged, or the orifice, you will need to disassemble the unit and clean it, normally a good dose of high pressure air will clear the tubing and orifice, check the tank too to see if you have any de-bree in it, hope that helps.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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