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Fuel leaks at pipe connection to everest 2 burner camp stove. Is there a different connection house or adapter?

Smell fuel leaking at pipe connection to unit, not at propane tank. This is where the 'O' ring seal pipe connected to the stove. How can I fix? Used it about 6 times since buying at REI last August. I camp a lot; 1-3 weeks 3-4 times a year. Had a p Primas for 25 years with a house connection. Is there a better hose connection to the stove. Like the cooking intensity on this, but this is the weak spot for me. The hose adapter to the fuel tank connection does not solve this. Any suggestion appreciated.

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SOURCE: two burner at a time it works good on

you have a gas flow problem check your regulator and also check all hoses make sure theres no foreign matter inside each hose.

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SOURCE: I connect the propane valve

Here's an easy solution. Turn the Tank Valve OFF, disconnect the hose from the tank and wait 5 minutes. Reconnect connect the hose to the tank and turn the Tank Valve ON VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow). Once the tank valve is fully open, light the burner farthest from the grill first. Once it lights, turn it to it's highest setting and light the remaining burners the same way. Once all are lit, does the flame height look as it should? Is so, you solved the problem. If not, then you need to replace the grill hose/regulator assembly. You can purchase one from any home center or hardware store that sells gas grills and accessories. Take you old one with you for comparison purposes.

If what I suggested solved the problem, remember to always turn the tank valve ON Very, Very Slowly.

Hope this helped you solve the problem.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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SOURCE: burner 1 and burner 2

try cleaning burner 3 could be blocked , or it could be split , the air mix could be wrong you can move the air mix slider to give more or less air , see if the orffice is blocked . or you could try changing the reg but don't see that being the fault.

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Call out someone who is more competent (Shouldn't be difficult, a trained chimp would probably out perform this guy!)

You can test the new guy's work the same way before he leaves too!

There is NO WAY that a leak like this should force you into a replacement stove unless someone can demonstrate what the failing component is and that costs more to replace than a new stove.

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