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Regulator on stove is clogged, how do i clean?

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IF THIS IS A WHITE GAS STOVE/LANTERN, COLMAN FUEL OR GASOLINE, open drain tank,than unlscrew nut closest to the tank, turn cleaning rod into up possition or turn up fuel knob,unhook cleabing rod,leave in gen, if wont come out do not force, than remove tip on other end,if tip is not steel it will melt, heat gen,and rod till red hot leave on heat till carbon is turned to ash, on fire "camp" 30min. or longer should do the trick, torch will work to. gently up and down if rod does not slide rite out,mite have to repeate heating prosess, blow out ash after cold and rod slides freely. than reassemble, being carefull not to bend cleaning rod tip "inner rod" on lanterns do not over tight soft tip, when lighting after cleaning, some times hard to light until ash is worked out of rod and gen. works great! if to dirty replace.

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