Question about Kitchen Ranges
I have heard two things that could improve your stove. I had the same "bursting into flame" issue last weekend while camping. First, move the black handle back and forth a few times. That is supposed to clean the jet. Second, take the generator off and hit it with a blowtorch. That should clean out the deposites on the inside. Or you can purchase new generators (just make sure you get the correct one).
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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
I have been having the same issues i currently have it a part trying to fix the leak which is apparently coming from the gen. if you have found a fix for this please email me at email@example.com
Posted on Jan 19, 2014
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