Read and follow all Coffeemaker Instructions. Read and follow all Stove & Fuel
Instructions for Use. For Outdoor Use Only.
WARNING
1. Always operate campstove on a level surface.
2. Use only on one, two, or three-burner campstoves. NEVER use this product on single burner (bottle
top style) stoves. Never use on electric ovens.
3. Never use this product on a Gas or Charcoal Grill.
4. Never use this product on a stove burner rated in excess of 15,000 BTUs.
5. Be sure coffeemaker is placed on stove in a stable manner before lighting stove.
6. Always set coffeemaker onto stove & pour water into reservoir prior to lighting burner.
7. Never leave stove burner on after coffee has finished brewing.
8. Close adult supervision is necessary while brewing coffee on a campstove.
9. Do not touch hot surfaces. Allow coffeemaker to cool before handling.
How to Use and Enjoy Your Coleman®
Camping Coffeemaker
Decanter Use & Care:
• Reference repair parts list for replacement decanter.
• Never place decanter directly onto a campstove burner surface.
• Never use decanter on a kitchen range, oven or in a microwave.
• Never set a hot decanter on a wet or cold surface.
• Do not use a cracked decanter or one with a loose or weakened handle.
• Do not clean decanter with cleansers, steel wool pads or other abrasive materials. Instead use a mild,
non-abrasive detergent.
• Avoid sharp blows, scratches and rough handling.
• Discard decanter immediately if it is ever boiled dry.
• Replacement decanters found where coffeemakers are sold.
BENEFITS OF YOUR COLEMAN CAMPING COFFEEMAKER
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Brews coffee on a one, two, or three-burner campstove.
Large 10-cup capacity brewing.
Swing-out filter basket removes for easy cleaning.
Can’t wait for it to finish? With the Pause ’N Serve feature, pour yourself a cup of coffee while
brewing without making a mess.
BEFORE FIRST USE
Before using your Coffeemaker for the first time, wash decanter, lid and removable filter basket using a
mild, nonabrasive detergent and water. Rinse thoroughly.
HOW TO BREW COFFEE
1. Place Coffeemaker directly over one of the burners of
a one, two, or three-burner Coleman Campstove as
shown in Figure 1.
2. Open the swing-out filter basket and insert an 8-12
basket style filter.
3. Add desired amount of coffee, referring to the
Coffee Measurement Chart below. Shake lightly to
level the coffee.
4. Be sure the paper filter is centered before closing the
filter basket.
5. Fill the decanter with cold water to the desired capacity
as marked on the decanter. (1 cup = 5 oz.)
6. Pour the water into the water reservoir and place
the empty decanter onto the warming plate. Be sure
decanter is pressed against the Pause ’N Serve lever to
allow coffee to flow into decanter.
7. Be sure decanter is centered over the warming plate
between the two marks. This keeps the handle cool to
the touch.
Figure 1
8. Light campstove burner as advised by Campstove
Instruction Manual. Monitor progress of coffee
brewing. Never leave a lit campstove unattended.
9. Once coffee stops flowing, the brewing cycle is complete. Turn stove burner off and serve coffee!
10. After coffeemaker has cooled, remove paper filter and coffee grounds and dispose of properly.
Model 5008 Series
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
No.
1.
2.
3.
Description
Decanter with Handle
Filter Basket
Lid for Reservoir
1
2
Part No.
5010000413
5010000412
5010000411
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NOTE: The filter basket can be removed by swinging it open to the right, lifting the basket up an pulling
the bottom of the basket out. Rinse the basket and replace by inserting the top post of the basket into
the coffeemaker first.
WARNING: To avoid risk of personal injury or damage to property as a result of overflow, be
sure the decanter is squarely centered under the filter basket during the brew cycle. Brewed coffee and
grounds, both in the filter basket and decanter, are very hot. Handle with care to avoid scalding. If filter
basket overflows, or if it fails to drain into decanter during brewing cycle, do not open or handle filter
basket. Turn stove burner off and wait for contents to cool before handling.
COFFEE MEASUREMENT CHART
For best results, use drip ground coffee
recommended for automatic drip coffeemakers.
2 level tablespoons = 1 level scoop
1 cup = 5 oz. brewed coffee
Use more or less coffee to suit taste.
CUPS
12
10
8
6
4
2
GROUND COFFEE
11 Tbsp. or 51/2 Scoops
9
“ or 41/2
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7
“ or 31/2
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6
“ or 3
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5
“ or 21/2
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3
“ or 11/2
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How To Make Other Hot Drinks & Meals With Your
Coleman® Camping Coffeemaker
Instant Hot Cider, Instant Hot Chocolate, Oatmeal & Instant Soup
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Place your Coleman® Camping Coffeemaker on your campstove.
Fill decanter with the proper amount of water as described in the directions on your instant mix package.
Pour the water into the water reservoir of the coffeemaker.
Pour the desired amount of drink mix, oatmeal or soup as described in the packet directions into the
decanter. DO NOT POUR MIX INTO WATER RESERVOIR OR FILTER BASKET.
Place the decanter on the hot plate making sure the decanter is pressed against the Pause ’N Serve
lever.
Light campstove burner as advised by Campstove Instruction Manual.
Hot water will begin to fill the decanter. Never leave a lit campstove unattended.
After all the water has been depleted from the water reservoir, TURN STOVE TO OFF, gently stir the
mixture to be sure it has all been dissolved, and serve!
How To Clean Coffeemaker
We suggest cleaning your Coleman Coffeemaker at the following intervals:
• 40 brew cycles with hard water
• 80 brew cycles with soft water
1. Place Coffeemaker onto stove as described in the How To Brew Coffee section. Place a paper filter
into the brew basket & close.
2. Pour 1 quart of undiluted white household vinegar into water reservoir.
3. Place the empty decanter on the warming plate.
4. Light stove & allow 3 cups of vinegar to pass through Coffeemaker. Turn stove off and let Coffeemaker stand 30 minutes.
5. After 30 minutes, pour vinegar back into reservoir & place empty decanter on warming plate.
6. Light stove & let all of the vinegar run through the Coffeemaker.
7. Dispose of the vinegar and paper filter.
8. To flush all traces of vinegar, fill reservoir with water and cycle water through Coffeemaker.
9. Dispose of water and repeat steps 8 & 9.
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