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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
disassemble the pump by removing the c-shaped ring aroudn the metal cap. a flathead screwdriver will work to pry off the ring.
pull out the pump assembly. The end is probably a old dried out leather ring. It needs oil (car motor oil shoudl be fine) and it needs to make a tight seal.
if it is too loose, it might be possible to press it out to make it wider. If not, it needs to be replaced. The pump assembly is about 8 dollars at many stores.
Posted on May 02, 2008
Just where the regulator attaches to the burner there is a small nut that may be loose. If you look closely at this and turn the regulator (stove off and hose detached!) you may see the nut hat turns easily. Tighten it and make sure the regulator does not rotate too freely, but still turns to adjust when attached to the hose or the smaller gas cartridge, if using that. Test carefully after this.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
You probably have a 1940's model of Magic Chef. Check for the model number under the lid of the cook top on the upper right hand side of the stove. It should have the model number and the serial number, too. You will need both. The Old Applicance Club run by Jack Santoro is the place to go along with a site called "Antique gas stoves"in Georgia. Good luck with the world of vintage stoves.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: Coleman Peak 1 Model 400
My Peak 1 is 30 years old, and the only time it ever happened was the first time I used it, and I overfilled the tank. It needs some air space to comporess ans the fuuel is incompressible. The ley to this is to keep the whole stove level when you fill it. If you hold it so that the fuel filler is level, it will over fill the stove -- that is why the fuel filler is on an angle. Granted it is hard to fill that way, but Coleman makes (or used to make) a special aluminium funnel that fits into the filler pipe that makes it easier. Actually this is true for any white gas Coleman appliance -- note that abolustely all of them have the filler on an angle.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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