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Regulator pressure for a Coleman Roadtrip

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I am trying to find the regular pressure that the Roadtrip 9949 series as I need to replace it and am trying to find it here in the UK

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Where can I find a replacement oring for the regulator end that screws into the grill


Your local propane supplier. They are made of a special material so that propane won't react with it.

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Never try to mess with a pressure regulator. if they fail very bad things can happen.
replace the regulator and be safe!

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Try the Coleman web site, you chould be able to get one there.

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the office that is open on the bottom of the burner sound like a spider has taken home to.. the hole.... This happened to mine. a small pipe cleaner or wire will break it up...try that. also did you feel the top of the tank regulator and see if it has froze. try turning the tank upside down and turn the unit on.... this may also help by forcing the spider debris out.

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