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Coleman 2-Burner Propane Stove 5435C

One burner burns mostly orange, not blue-green as it should. Does it need cleaning? Some other repair?

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john about every coleman stove ive ever had is like that. the purpose of it is to keep the burner closest to fuel tank cooler to avoid heating up fuel tank.cook on one warm on the other hope this helps you out

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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Had same problem. Coleman tech support said, " clean with pipe cleaners". No directions....I would think they would provide a step by step protocol. So, I chose to take the knobs off and use the pipe cleaner where I could. I was able to take one of the two burner control knobs apart. After sticking the clean in every nook I could find, I put back together, and the flame on that burner is back to normal,

Good Luck--Daryl in Burnsville, MN

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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