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No gas going to grill.

Coleman stove/grill worked twice just fine and now won't turn on as if there's no gas going to it. Using same gas cannister and a new one, neither works. Connections seem the same as when they worked. Any Help?

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  • Anonymous Aug 19, 2008

    grill not igniting. I have used three different gas cylinders to no avail. I took stove apart and looked for a problem and stove still did not ignite. It appears that no gas is reaching the burners. What do I do next?

  • Warren Criswell Dec 30, 2012

    I have the same problem. Nobody seems to have a solution.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    grill has 2 burner, one is working fine but the other has gas going to it and barely burning

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It would appear that your regulator is not working.

Hope this helps ya

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When i light the Burner then I lite the grill depending on which on I turn up one of the other the flames goes down on the opsite on e that I tunr

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