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Hi I have a Coleman 533 dual fuel stove which has started leaking from under the burner assembly. I first noticed this when i had a ring of fuel around the base of the stove. I have considered overfilling but emptied and half filled. the flame burns yellow until it gets going and has an intermittent yellow / blue flame once it gets going. I plan to take it to bits but if anyone has any guidelines i would be very grateful.

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SOURCE: Coleman 424 Dual Fuel -- High, yellow flame

Are you pumping the tank up all the way? I have the same problem if I have too little pressure in the tank. The instructions say pump 35 times. Try pumping 50 or 60 times- that seems to help.

Also, you can't light this one like an old 425. My old stove you could turn the gas on and then take a match neat the burner. For this stove, hold the match near the burner with the gas off and quickly turn it on.

These are two things that seemed to help me with the same problem.

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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

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Orange or yellow flame is usually an indication of too much fuel, or not enough air mixture. Make sure all areas where burners would receive air from, are cleaned of spider webs, debris etc., and be sure when set up, nothing is close to it that would block that air flow from entering.

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my mate had same problem. He now uses unleaded, adding 10 drops Redex to a gallon.
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