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Just about any gas grill can be used like an oven. In fact, just about any thing you bake in an oven can be baked on a gas grill using the indirect cooking method.

All you have to do, is preheat the outer burners (one on the right and one on the left). That's assuming you have a 3 or more burner gas grill. to the proper temperature that your recipe calls for. When I say, "preheat", I mean with the grill hood closed. This may take a little longer than what your kitchen oven would. In the meantime, prepare the cake batter according to the recipe's instructions. Once the grill has been heated to the proper temperature. place the cake pans in the middle section of the grill, close the hood and bake the length of time required in your recipe.

Try no to peek to much, as each time you open the grill's hood, you'll lose as much as 20 degrees in temperature. Use time and your nose to determine if the cake layers are done.

All of the above is based on using the grill you listed above. Coleman LG20510E

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Coleman LG20510E... | Answered on Nov 08, 2018

I am guessing its a gas Coleman? If one of the knobs is hard to turn, I would suggest that the gascock it operates is seizing up. The gascock will need to be stripped, cleaned and regreased.

Coleman Grilling | Answered on Oct 01, 2018

any gas supply shop or BBQ retailer spares

Coleman Grilling | Answered on Jul 02, 2018

take the nobs off and spray the nob while the sft is pushed in with some deep penetrating oil do this on all and leave to soak, and then one by one try and turn them back and forth and spray a bit more. should loosen them up ( no gas on while doing this) brass fittings bond with dust and different changes in heat and cold. just needs them cleaning out. if you can have it standing with the controls up in the air this will help oil get though to all parts in the valve.

Coleman Grilling | Answered on Jun 28, 2018

You should be able to buy a kit that replaces the reg and inlet tube Try Canadian tire

Coleman Grilling | Answered on Jun 09, 2018

I had the same issue.
Take the lid assembly off and remove the metal shield over the burner controls.
This will allow you to remove the black cover that you see on the front of the grill and will give you access to the burner controls behind the knobs.

there is an almost diamond shaped metal piece with a screw in the top and one in the bottom that the know shaft runs through.. take note how it is currently positioned and then remove the screws and the piece of metal will come off.. dont lose the spring or lock washer.

you will now have access to the valve which is your issue. i sprayed some liquid wrench and i used a large common head screw driver to "beak" the valve to allow it to turn. Test it so you know which position to return the valve to and then put it all back together.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jun 07, 2018

try a small squirt of WD 40 in the pump end .many times the seals dry out

Coleman 2 Burner... | Answered on Apr 07, 2018

check all burner holes are clear . also check air mixture is right you can adjust this on the burner by the injector .

Coleman Grilling | Answered on Mar 13, 2018

dirt dust., cobwebs. where it was stored ,

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018

possibly it needs new gaskets . we do not fix things , just offer suggestions

Coleman 2 Burner... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017

Check the regulator they may have it installed backwards

Coleman RoadTrip... | Answered on Nov 02, 2017

You need a new pump they are not to bad in price, they really are not repairable.

Coleman 2 Burner... | Answered on Dec 01, 2016

The low jet probably has a partially blocked jet. It isn't unusual for paraffin or petrol fuelled burners to become blocked and the jets have to be cleaned regularly with a jet cleaner or pricker - a thin hard steel wire clamped in a pressed steel holder. Modern or premium products often have an internal jet cleaning mechanism built in.

It is rare for propane or butane powered appliances to suffer blocked jets but it does happen sometimes. If the jet is accessible it can usually be cleaned with a pricker of the right size but if it isn't accessible or the pricker provides only a temporary cure, the appliance will need partially dismantling and the jet (or nipple) removed for cleaning.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Sep 21, 2016

go to for parts.

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Sep 07, 2015

no soap and no wire type scrubbers is the secret here and yes wash them then temper for about 20-30 mins and i think youll be happy with the results once again no soap especially dawn type dish soap this will take away from no stick on the grill good luck hope this helps

Coleman RoadTrip... | Answered on Jul 30, 2015

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