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My coleman stove does not let the propane pass from the hose to the burner. I have determined that the hose is releasing the propane as I can depress the nozzle and get the gas to flow. The stove is clean and the connector is clean and clear at the point of hose insertion. Seems the blockage is happening somwhere else. There is no evidence of corrosion or breakage or pinching of the small tubing going from the connector to the burners. The burners are not damaged or gooped up. What can I do do try and clear any suspected blockage?

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This is a camp stove issue. I fixed it with my tire pump. I opened up all the valves, duck taped the hose to the stove valve and pumped air thru the system. No more blockage. Works like a charm.

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