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Denali™
CSA B140.9.2
Portable Pressurized Type Liquid
Petroleum Fuelled Camp Stoves
Multi-Fuel Stove
Instructions for use
®
© 2007 The Coleman Company, Inc.
www.coleman.com
Model 9790
Reflector disc and
windscreen not shown.
U.S. Pat. No. 5,370,527
Canada Pat. No. 2,089,804
and other patents pending.
IMPORTANT
Read this manual carefully before assembling, using or servicing these stoves. Keep
this manual for future reference. If you have questions about assembly, operation,
servicing or repair of these stoves, please call Coleman at 1-800-835-3278 or TDD:
316-832-8707. In Canada call 1-800-387-6161.
This manual contains important information about
the assembly, operation and maintenance of this
outdoor multi-fuel appliance. General safety information is presented on this page and is also located throughout these instructions. Particular attention should be paid to information accompanied by
the safety alert symbol “ DANGER”,
“ WARNING”, “ CAUTION”.
FOR YOUR
SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Do not attempt to
light appliance.
2. Extinguish any
open flame.
3. Disconnect from
fuel supply.
Keep this manual for future reference and
to educate new users of this product. This manual
should be read in conjunction with the labeling on
the product.
Safety precautions are essential when any
Coleman® fuel or LPG fueled equipment is
involved. These precautions are necessary when
using, storing, and servicing. Using this equipment
with the respect and caution demanded will reduce
the possibilities of personal injury or property damage.
FOR YOUR
SAFETY
The following symbols shown below are used
extensively throughout these instructions. Always
heed these precautions, as they are essential when
using any Coleman® fuel or LPG fueled
equipment.
Do not store or use
gasoline or other liquids
with flammable vapors in
the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
DANGER
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
DANGER
CAUTION
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate personal injury, or
property damage.
DANGER
CARBON MONOXIDE
HAZARD
• This appliance can produce carbon monoxide
which has no odor.
• Using it in an enclosed
space can kill you.
• Never use this appliance
in an enclosed space
such as a camper, tent,
car or home.
Failure to comply with the precautions and
instructions provided with these stoves can
result in death, serious bodily injury and property loss or damage from hazards of fire, explosion, burn, asphyxiation, and/or carbon
monoxide poisoning.
Only persons who can understand and follow
the instructions should use or service
these stoves.
If you need assistance or information such
as an instruction manual or labels, contact
The Coleman Company, Inc.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65:
WARNING: This fuel, and byproducts of combustion of this fuel, contain chemicals known to the
state of California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm.
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DANGER
WARNING
This multi-fuel appliance may be fueled by LPG,
or Coleman® Liquid Fuel, or unleaded gasoline,
or kerosene.
• EXPLOSION - FIRE HAZARD
Warnings specific to LPG fuel:
Dangers specific to Liquid fuel:
• LPG is invisible, odorless, and flammable. An
odorant is normally added to help detect leaks
and can be described as a ”rotten egg” smell.
The odorant can fade over time so leaking gas
is not always detectable by smell alone.
• LPG is heavier than air and leaking LPG will
sink to the lowest level possible. It can ignite by
ignition sources including matches, lighters,
sparks or open flames of any kind many feet
away from the original leak.
• Use only LPG set up for liquid withdrawal.
• LPG should be stored or used in compliance with
local ordinances and codes or with ANSI/NFPA
58 and CAN/CGA B-149.2. Turn off LPG when
not in use.
• Coleman® fuel and gasoline are extremely
flammable; handle with care. Fuel vapors are
invisible, explosive, and can be ignited by
ignition sources may feet away.
• Always fill outdoors.
• Never open a pressurized Coleman® fuel
bottle or fill fuel bottle near flame (including
pilot lights), or other ignition sources. It is
normal for a pressurized fuel bottle to vent a
small amount of fuel mist when unscrewing
the bottle from the black pump. Be sure stove
has no flame before opening fuel canister.
• Coleman® stove Model 9790 is designed for
use only with fuel bottles marked “Model
9790”. Never attempt to attach any other fuel
bottle to these stoves. Never attempt to attach
this fuel bottle to any other appliance. Fuel
leakage and pump damage can result.
Warnings specific to Liquid fuel:
• Never use leaded automotive fuel.
• Do not use Canadian unleaded gasoline.
• Store fuel in a clean, properly marked
container away from flame (including pilot
lights), other sources of ignition, or
excessive heat.
WARNING
Not for home or recreational vehicle use.
DANGER
• EXPLOSION - FIRE HAZARD
• During lighting and operation, this product can
be a source of ignition. Never use the stove in
spaces that contain or may contain volatile or
airborne combustibles, or products such as
gasoline, solvents, paint thinner, dust particles
or unknown chemicals. Minimum clearances
from combustible materials: 24 inches from the
sides and 48 inches from the top.
• Provide adequate clearances around air
openings into the combustion chamber.
• Never attempt to operate stove if any plastic
tubing on the pump is missing or damaged.
DANGER
We cannot foresee every use which may be
made of our products.
Check with your local fire safety authority if
you have questions about use.
Other standards govern the use of fuel gases
and heat producing products for specific uses.
Your local authorities can advise you
about these.
• Never refill disposable LPG canisters.
• Use only Coleman® accessories or parts.
During stove set-up, check all fittings for
leaks using soapy water. Never use a flame.
WARNING
• BURN HAZARD
• Never leave stove unattended when hot
or in use.
• Keep out of reach of children.
• EXPLOSION - FIRE HAZARD
Dangers specific to LPG fuel:
• Never store LPG (liquefied petroleum gas)
near high heat, open flames, pilot lights, direct
sunlight, other ignition sources or where
temperatures exceed 120 degrees F (49°C).
• LPG is heavier than air and can accumulate in
low places. If you smell gas, leave the area
immediately.
• Never install or remove LPG canister while
outdoor stove is lighted, near flame, pilot lights,
other ignition sources or while outdoor stove is
hot to touch.
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DANGER
WARNING
• CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD
• This stove is a combustion appliance. All combustion appliances produce carbon monoxide
(CO) during the combustion process. This
product is designed to produce extremely
minute, non-hazardous amounts of CO if used
and maintained in accordance with all warnings and instructions. Do not block air flow into
or out of the stove.
• Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning produces
flu-like symptoms, watery eyes, headaches,
dizziness, fatigue and possibly death. You
can’t see it and you can’t smell it. It’s an invisible killer. If these symptoms are present during operation of this product get fresh
air immediately!
• For outdoor use only.
• Never use inside house, camper, tent, vehicle or other unventilated or enclosed
areas. This stove consumes air (oxygen).
Do not use in unventilated or enclosed
areas to avoid endangering your life.
CAUTION
• SERVICE SAFETY
• Keep all connections and fittings clean.
Inspect LPG canister, Coleman® fuel canister,
hoses, and stove connections for damage
before attaching.
• During LPG set up, check all connections and
fittings for leaks in one or more ways: Look
for a fuel mist or a wet appearance of fuel on
surfaces. Listen for hiss of escaping gas.
Smell for fuel odor. Never use a flame. Do
not use if leaking. Check that the connection
is not cross-threaded and that it is tight.
Perform another leak check. If there is still a
leak, remove the canister and contact
Coleman for service or repairs.
• Use as a cooking appliance only. Never alter
in any way or use with any device or part not
expressly approved by Coleman.
• Clean stove frequently to avoid grease
accumulation and possible grease fires.
• During Coleman® fuel set-up, check all
connections for leaks. Liquid Coleman® fuel
present at connections indicates a leak.
Technical
Characteristics
Fuel: Coleman® premium fuel,
unleaded gasoline, kerosene,
or LPG Canister (Coleman®
3250 Butane/Propane Mix).
Input: 11,000 BTU/HR Coleman®
premium fuel.
Input: 11,000 BTU/HR unleaded
gasoline.
Input: 10,000 BTU/HR Kerosene.
Input: 14,500 BTU/HR LPG Canister.
Category: Direct pressure multi-fuel
stove.
1. Coleman® Fuel is extremely
flammable, handle with extreme
care. Fuel vapors are invisible,
explosive, and can be ignited by
ignition sources many feet away.
2. Always fill outdoors. Never open or
fill fuel bottle near flame (including
pilot lights), or other ignition
sources. It is normal for a
pressurized fuel bottle to vent a
small amount of fuel mist when
unscrewing the bottle from the
black pump assembly.
3. Always light and use stove
outdoors; never inside house,
camper, tent, or other unventilated
or enclosed areas.
4. This stove consumes air
(oxygen). Do not use in
unventilated or enclosed areas
to avoid endangering your life.
5. When manufactured, this stove is
ready to be used with Coleman®
Fuel, unleaded gasoline, or LPG.
Be sure you know the type of fuel
in the fuel bottle before lighting.
6. This stove may also be converted
for use with kerosene by changing
the gas tip. Read the section
“Changing the Gas Tip”.
7. This stove is designed for liquid
withdrawal of Coleman® Fuel,
unleaded gasoline, kerosene, or
LPG.
8. Store fuel in a clean, properly
marked container away from flame
(including pilot lights), other
sources of ignition, or excessive
heat.
9. Use for cooking only. Never alter
in any way or use with any device
or part not expressly approved by
Coleman. Never use as a space
heater. Never leave stove
unattended while burning.
10. Keep stove away from
flammables. Never allow fabric,
clothing, or any flammable material
come within 48 inches of the top
and 24 inches of all sides of the
stove.
11. When stove is in use, all metal
parts of the stove assembly and
generator become extremely hot.
DO NOT TOUCH.
12. Never place heavy or large
capacity utensils on stove.
(Maximum weight — 10 lbs.;
maximum pot diameter — 6”.)
13. When using Coleman® fuel,
never attempt to operate stove if
any plastic tubing on the pump
assembly is out of place, missing
or damaged.
14. Keep out of reach of children.
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Becoming Familiar with your Coleman® Stove
Thank you for purchasing your new Coleman® multi-fuel stove. This stove is a
high performance multi-fuel cooking appliance. Operation and control of liquid
fuel is different than LPG. We recommend operating your new stove in a safe
location outside your home to familiarize yourself with its multi-fuel operation
before your next outdoor experience.
Helpful Hints
• Before leaving home, verify that the proper gas tip is installed in your stove
that matches the fuel you will be using.
• Consider carrying your spare parts and tools for stove servicing.
• Using the windscreen and reflective disk will usually decrease your water
boiling times.
• Liquid Coleman® fuel is recommended when using the stove in temperatures
below 40° F or in high elevation.
• For best results, always use Coleman® Filter/Funnel Part No. 814-515T.
• If necessary, unleaded gasoline may be substituted for liquid Coleman® fuel.
• Use kerosene in this stove only with the correct gas tip with groove.
• When using LPG, use only Coleman® 3250 Butane/Propane fuel.
■ When lighting and using your Coleman® stove with liquid fuel, this manual
refers to this illustration to identify the different types of flames:
HIGH FLAME - Yellow (Turn off stove)
(Excessive height indicates burner is flooding
with fuel - see troubleshooting section)
START-UP FLAME - Yellow
(Normal cold start - flame will settle to
cooking flame after priming)
COOKING FLAME - Blue
(Normal)
REFLECTOR DISC
HELPFUL HINT:
CAUTION
Always place the stove on the reflector disc
during setup and use. The disc must be used
to help protect combustible surfaces from
excess heat and cooking splatter.
A windscreen is provided with your stove to
improve performance in windy conditions.
See Section 17 for additional information
concerning setup and use of the reflector
disc and windscreen.
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Component Identification
Remove all packing material prior to assembly/use. If any parts are
missing or damaged, please call one of the phone numbers listed on the
warranty page.
2
3
1
4
13
10
12
9
8
7
5
6
11
7
FIG. 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Denali Stove
Bottle Cap
Bottle
Carry Sack
Windscreen
Reflector
Protective Cap (connector)
8
9
10
11
12
13
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Plug (fuel hose)
Tip Cleaning Tool
Combination Tool
Pump Assembly
LPG Canister Support
Protective Cap (adapter)
USING STOVE WITH COLEMAN® FUEL BOTTLE
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Feature Identification (Coleman® Fuel Bottle)
READ AND FOLLOW
ADDITIONAL
INSTRUCTIONS ON
THE FUEL BOTTLE.
NOTE: The reflector disc and windscreen are not illustrated in
the set up instructions. This is so the features of the stove may
be clearly visible and identified. Read about the reflector disc
and windscreen in Sections 1 and 17.
DANGER
• CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD
• For outdoor use only.
• Never use inside house, camper, tent, vehicle or other unventilated or
enclosed areas. This stove consumes air (oxygen). Do not use in unventilated or enclosed areas to avoid endangering your life.
BURNER
GENERATOR
FLAME ADJUSTER
FUEL
VALVE
GRATE
CAP
FUEL BOTTLE
FIG. 2
PLASTIC TUBE
FOR PROPER OPERATION MAKE SURE THE PLASTIC TUBE IS
PRESENT AND POSITIONED AS SHOWN.
FIG. 3
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Changing the Gas Tip
NOTE: Make sure the hole in the gas tip easily slips over the clean-out wire. If
the wire bumps the gas tip, damage to the clean-out wire may occur.
FUEL
GAS TIP
Coleman® Fuel
No Groove
Unleaded gasoline
No Groove
Kerosene
Groove
Coleman® 3250 Butane/Propane
No Groove
No
Groove
Groove
FIG. 3
■ Turn the flame adjuster fully counter-clockwise
to lower the clean-out
wire (Fig. 4).
■ Remove the impingement plate (Fig. 5).
■ Use the combination tool provided with the stove to replace the gas tip
(Fig. 6).
■ See chart above to match the fuel type with the correct gas tip.
■ Reinstall the impingement plate.
Lower the
clean-out wire.
FIG. 4
Stove Set Up
5
FIG. 5
FIG. 6
NOTE: The reflector disc and windscreen are not illustrated in
the set up instructions. This is so the features of the stove may
be clearly visible and identified. Read about the reflector disc
and windscreen in Sections 1 and 17.
■ Unfold stove by lifting legs out of
detents and rotating out until
legs snap into the open position
(Fig. 7). Place the stove on the
reflector disc.
FIG. 7
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To Fill Tank (Coleman® Fuel Bottle)
NEVER FILL OR LIGHT STOVE INSIDE HOUSE, CAMPER, OR TENT.
■ Unscrew bottle from pump assembly (Fig. 8).
FIG. 8
■ Use a funnel or suitable filling device and fill with clean, fresh Coleman® fuel
(see Section 4 for list of approved fuels).
■ Fill bottle no more than 3/4 full (17.8 Fl. Oz.). Overfilling can result in fuel
leakage and flare up during lighting. The mark on the decal can be used to
check the fuel level (Fig. 9).
■ Make sure FUEL VALVE is fully “OFF”
(Fig. 10).
■ Check pump seal for damage and carefully insert pump assembly into fuel
bottle and hand tighten (Fig. 11).
■ Replace FUEL CAP on fuel container. Tighten firmly. Move fuel container
away from stove. WIPE UP ANY SPILLED FUEL AND DISPOSE OF IN A
SAFE PLACE.
PUMP ASSEMBLY
FUEL VALVE
PUMP SEAL
3/4
Full
FIG. 9
BOTTLE
FIG. 10
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FIG. 11
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To Pump (Coleman® Fuel Bottle)
■ Make sure FUEL VALVE is fully “OFF”
(Fig 12).
■ Squeeze clips and remove black protective cap from bottle connection (Fig.
13).
■ Remove protective plug from end of hose and place the plug into the cap for
storage (Fig. 14 and 15).
■ Connect hose to bottle connection, making sure both clips are engaged in
groove (Fig. 16 and 17).
■ Pump approximately 20 full strokes (Fig. 18). Adequate air pressure is
important, do not over pump.
FIG. 12
FIG. 13
FIG. 14
FIG. 15
FIG. 16
FIG. 17
FIG. 18
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Leak Check (Coleman® Fuel Bottle)
WARNING
WARNING
• Perform leak test outdoors.
• Extinguish all open flames.
• NEVER leak test when smoking.
• Do not use the outdoor stove
until connection has been leak
tested and does not leak.
• BURN HAZARD
• Never leave stove unattended
when hot or in use.
• Keep out of reach of children.
■ Make sure FUEL VALVE is fully “OFF”
.
■ CHECK FOR LEAKS in one or more ways: Look for a fuel mist or a wet
appearance of fuel on surfaces. Listen for hiss of escaping gas.
Smell for fuel odor. Never use a flame. Do not use if leaking.
CHECK FOR LEAKS
Liquid Fuel Canister
FIG. 19
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To Light (Coleman® Fuel Bottle)
NEVER FILL OR LIGHT STOVE INSIDE HOUSE, CAMPER, OR TENT.
■ Make sure fuel bottle is lying level on its side with the FUEL VALVE up (Fig. 22).
■ Turn flame adjuster back and forth several times to clean gas tip (Fig. 20).
■ Turn flame adjuster to “Low” (Fig. 21).
■ Turn on
fuel valve until fuel is seen in bowl of stove (about 2-3 seconds for
gas, 3-4 seconds for kerosene).
■ Turn off
fuel valve.
■ Wait 5 seconds (10 seconds for kerosene).
■ Use a match to light Priming Pad in bottom of stove (Fig. 22).
■ Allow fuel to burn on Priming Pad until almost out. Just before flame goes out,
open fuel valve fully
.
■ CAUTION: If stove burns with a high yellow flame or if liquid fuel appears in the
burner, immediately turn FUEL VALVE “OFF.” Allow stove to cool. Carefully
review the troubleshooting section before relighting stove.
■ If stove does not light, repeat the process.
■ Adjust flame with flame adjuster (Fig. 20).
■ Flame may be adjusted to desired heat with FLAME ADJUSTER. Periodically
turn flame adjuster back and forth several times to clean gas tip. (Fig. 20)
■ Pump as required to maintain flame height.
FIG. 21
FIG. 20
Matchlight
WARNING: Keep fuel bottle at least 8” from lit stove.
FIG. 22
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To Turn Off
■ Turn FUEL VALVE fully “OFF”
(Fig. 23).
■ Be sure flame is extinguished. Flame will linger on
burner for 1-2 minutes after fuel valve is “OFF”.
WARNING
• Always turn fuel valve off before
removing hose. Never remove
hose from burner near ignition
sources, while stove is lit, or hot
to touch.
FUEL VALVE
FIG. 23
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Identification (LPG Canister)
READ AND FOLLOW
ADDITIONAL
INSTRUCTIONS ON
THE CANISTER
SUPPORT.
NOTE: The reflector disc and windscreen are not illustrated in
the set up instructions. This is so the features of the stove may
be clearly visible and identified. Read about the reflector disc
and windscreen in Sections 1 and 17.
NOTE: Use only Coleman® 3250 Butane/Propane Fuel.
DANGER
• CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD
• For outdoor use only.
• Never use inside house, camper, tent, vehicle or other unventilated or
enclosed areas. This stove consumes air (oxygen). Do not use in
unventilated or enclosed areas to avoid endangering your life.
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GRATE
FLAME ADJUSTER
GENERATOR
BURNER
LPG CANISTER
STOVE LEGS
FUEL
VALVE
CANISTER SUPPORT
FIG. 24
12
Stove Set Up
NOTE: The reflector disc and windscreen are not illustrated
in the set up instructions. This is so the features of the
stove may be clearly visible and identified. Read about the
reflector disc and windscreen in Sections 1 and 17.
■ Unfold stove by lifting legs out of
detents and rotating out until
legs snap into the open position
(Fig. 25). Place the stove on the
reflector disc.
FIG. 25
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Set Up (LPG Canister)
■ Unfold canister support legs (Fig. 26 and 27).
FIG. 27
FIG. 26
■ Make sure that the FUEL VALVE on the canister support is fully closed
(turned fully clockwise)
(Fig. 28).
■ Screw LPG canister onto canister support until fully seated (Fig. 29).
■ Squeeze clips and remove black protective cap from canister connection
(Fig. 30).
■ Remove protective plug from end of hose and place the plug into the cap for
storage.
■ Connect hose to canister support, making sure both clips are engaged in
groove (Fig. 31 and 32).
FIG. 28
FIG. 31
FIG. 29
FIG. 32
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FIG. 30
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Leak Check (LPG Canister)
WARNING
WARNING
• Perform leak test outdoors.
• Extinguish all open flames.
• NEVER leak test when smoking.
• Do not use the outdoor stove
until connection has been leak
tested and does not leak.
• BURN HAZARD
• Never leave stove unattended
when hot or in use.
• Keep out of reach of children.
■ Make sure FUEL VALVE is fully
“OFF”
.
■ CHECK FOR LEAKS in one or more
ways: Apply soapy water to “O”
Ring connections as indicated
(Fig. 33). Look for bubbles, wet
connections, or fuel mist. Listen for
hiss of escaping gas. Feel for
extreme cold. Smell for rotten egg
odor. Never use a flame. Do not
use if leaking.
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“O” RING
LPG Canister
FIG. 33
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To Light (LPG)
NEVER FILL OR LIGHT STOVE INSIDE HOUSE, CAMPER, OR TENT.
■ Make sure LPG canister is properly supported by the canister support
(Fig. 34).
WARNING: Keep fuel canister at least 8” from lit stove.
FIG. 34
■ Turn flame adjuster to “High/Light”
(Fig. 35).
■ Hold lighted match at burner and then open fuel valve
(Fig. 36).
■ CAUTION: If stove burns with a high yellow flame, immediately turn FUEL
VALVE “OFF.” Allow stove to cool. Carefully review the troubleshooting section
before relighting stove.
■ Flame may be adjusted to desired heat with FLAME ADJUSTER (Fig. 37).
FIG. 35
Matchlight
FIG. 36
FIG. 37
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DANGER
• EXPLOSION - FIRE HAZARD
• LPG is heavier than air and can accumulate in low places. If you smell gas,
leave the area immediately.
• Always attach or detach fuel canisters outdoors; never while stove is
lighted, near flame, pilot lights, other ignition sources or while stove is hot
to touch.
• This stove is very hot during use and can ignite flammables too close to
the burners. Keep flammables at least 24 inches from the sides and 48
inches from the top of the stove. Keep gasoline and other flammable
liquids and vapors well away from stove.
• The stove must not be exposed to flammable vapors or liquids
during lighting.
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To Turn Off (LPG Canister)
■ Turn FUEL VALVE fully “OFF”
(Fig. 38).
■ Flame will linger on burner for 1-2 minutes
after fuel valve is “OFF”.
WARNING
• Always turn fuel valve off before
removing hose. Never remove
hose from burner near ignition
sources, while stove is lit, or hot
to touch.
17
FUEL VALVE
FIG. 38
Using the Reflector Disc and Windscreen
CAUTION
Always place the stove on the reflector disc
during setup and use. The disc must be used
to help protect combustible surfaces from
excess heat and cooking splatter.
■ Always place the stove on the reflector disc during setup and use.
■ To improve stove performance in windy conditions, unfold the windscreen
and place it around the stove. Fold the ends together. Place the
windscreen so that the notched end is down and allows access to the
flame adjuster (Fig. 39 and 40).
■ Roll or gently fold the windscreen for storage.
FIG. 39
FIG. 40
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To Store
■ Make sure stove is cool.
■ Move stove away from flame (including pilot lights) and other
ignition sources.
■ If using the fuel bottle, disconnect the fuel hose at the fitting attached to
the fuel bottle.
■ If using an LPG canister, disconnect the fuel hose at the fitting attached to
the canister support and then remove the LPG canister from the canister
support.
■ Squeeze the clips and replace the protective caps onto the fittings (Fig. 41).
■ The stove may be folded for compact storage (Fig. 42).
FIG. 41
The hose remains
attached to the stove.
FIG. 42
• MAINTENANCE
• Keep stove area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and
other flammable vapors and liquids.
• Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
• A good flame should be blue with minimal yellow tip. Some yellow tips on
flames are acceptable as long as no carbon or soot deposits appear.
• Wipe clean with soft cloth and mild dish detergent. Do not
use abrasives.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Burner will not
light or flame
selfextinguished.
Problem
Solution
Fuel bottle empty.
Refill fuel bottle 3/4 full with clean and
fresh Coleman® fuel or approved fuels.
Burner will not
Little or no pressure in fuel Check connections for leaks and pump
light or flame is bottle.
20 strokes.
low or flame selfextinguished.
Yellow flame.
Generator not fully
warmed.
A yellow flame is normal until the
generator warms up. If yellow flame
persists, turn off stove, allow flame to
burn until almost extinguished and reopen fuel valve. Colder weather or
heavy fuels such as Kerosene require
longer preheat time. Follow lighting
instructions.
Low heat.
Gas tip plugged.
Turn flame adjuster back and forth
several times to clean gas tip. Be sure
to use only fresh and clean fuel. If
condition persists, remove gas tip and
use tip-cleaning tool.
Low heat.
Incorrect gas tip.
Confirm gas tip is correct for fuel used.
Low heat.
Faulty generator.
Replace with a new generator. This is
a normal periodic maintenance
procedure. The generator life is
dependent on the type of fuel used.
Generator life is extended by using
clean Coleman® fuel.
Persistent small
yellow flame.
Faulty generator.
Replace with a new generator.
Sputtering yellow Incorrect gas tip.
flame then very
high heat.
Yellow smoky
flame.
Irregular blue
flame.
Irregular blue
flame.
Pump does not
pressurize the
liquid fuel
canister.
Pump does not
pressurize the
liquid fuel
canister.
Confirm gas tip is correct for fuel used.
Spider webs, insects, or
other obstruction in the
burner or gas tip.
Remove impingement plate to inspect
and clean the burner. Turn flame
adjuster back and forth several times to
clean gas tip. If system persists,
remove and inspect gas tip (see
Section 4).
Gas tip plugged by debris. Remove impingement plate to inspect
and clean the burner. Turn flame
adjuster back and forth several times to
clean gas tip. If symptom persists,
remove and inspect gas tip (see
Section 4).
Possible damage to
Please contact Consumer Services.
cleaning needle.
Pump seals are dry or
Squirt a few drops of oil in the OIL
worn.
HOLE in the pump cap. This will keep
the pump functioning properly
(Fig. 43). If this does not correct the
problem, replace the pump seals or
purchase a new pump assembly.
Pump assembly not fully
seated on liquid fuel
canister.
Check pump seal for damage and hand
tighten pump assembly to liquid fuel
canister.
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Things You Should Know
Warranty
Limited Five Year Warranty
The Coleman Company, Inc. (“Coleman”) warrants that for a
period of five years from the date of original retail purchase,
this product will be free from defects in material and
workmanship. Coleman, at its option, will repair or replace this
product or any component of the product found to be defective
during the warranty period. Replacement will be made with a
new or remanufactured product or component. If the product is
no longer available, replacement may be made with a similar
product of equal or greater value. This is your exclusive
warranty.
This warranty is valid for the original retail purchaser from
the date of initial retail purchase and is not transferable. Keep
the original sales receipt. Proof of purchase is required to
obtain warranty performance. Coleman dealers, service
centers, or retail stores selling Coleman® products do not have
the right to alter, modify or in any way change the terms and
conditions of this warranty.
What This Warranty Does Not Cover
This warranty does not cover normal wear of parts, parts that
are not genuine Coleman® parts, or damage resulting from
any of the following: negligent use or misuse of the product;
use on improper voltage or current; commercial use of the
product; use contrary to the operating instructions;
disassembly, repair or alteration by anyone other than Coleman
or an authorized service center. Further, the warranty does not
cover Acts of God, such as fire, flood, hurricanes and
tornadoes. Warranty void if damage to product results from the
use of a part other than a genuine Coleman® part.
COLEMAN SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DEFECTS THAT
ARE CAUSED BY THE USE OF UNAUTHORIZED PARTS OR
SERVICE. COLEMAN SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY
THE BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY
OR CONDITIONS. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED
BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF
THE ABOVE WARRANTY OR CONDITIONS. SOME STATES,
PROVINCES, OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LIMITATIONS ON HOW
LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS,
AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT VARY
FROM STATE TO STATE OR PROVINCE TO PROVINCE.
How to Obtain Warranty Service
Take the product to an authorized Coleman service center.
You can find the nearest authorized Coleman service center by
visiting www.coleman.com or calling 1-800-835-3278 or TDD
316-832-8707 in the United States or 1 800 387-6161 in
Canada. If a service center is not conveniently located, attach
to the product a tag that includes your name, address, daytime
telephone number and description of the problem. Include a
copy of the original sales receipt. Carefully package the
product and send either by courier or insured mail with
shipping and insurance prepaid to:
For products purchased in the United States:
The Coleman Company, Inc.
3600 North Hydraulic
Wichita, KS 67219
For products purchased in Canada:
Sunbeam Corporation (Canada) Limited
DBA Jarden Consumer Solutions
20B Hereford Street
Brampton, ON L6Y 0M1
1. It is unsafe and illegal in some places to
store or use LPG canisters of greater than
1.14 kg (2.5 lbs) water capacity
(approximately 465 g [1 lb.] LPG) in occupied
enclosures.
2. During operation for an extended period at a low
heat setting, you may notice an intermittent
yellow flame. This can be corrected by adjusting
the flame to a slightly higher level with the
FLAME ADJUSTER.
3. Seasonally or before storage, squirt a few drops of
oil into the OIL HOLE in the pump cap. This will
keep the pump functioning properly. (Fig. 43)
4. The flame adjuster moves a small needle in and
out of the generator gas tip. If stove is hard to
light or does not produce full heat output, turn
flame adjuster back and forth several times to
clean generator. If further cleaning is
necessary, remove the gas tip and use the Tip
Cleaning Tool (See Section 4).
5. Unleaded fuels may vary in quality and can affect
generator life and performance. If you are
having a problem with your stove or generator
using unleaded fuel, replace the generator and
try a different brand of unleaded fuel. Canadian
unleaded gasoline, unlike U.S. produced fuels,
contain manganese compounds that are
unacceptable to both generator performance
and reliability.
6. The usual storage areas for camping and picnic
equipment are the basement, attic, or garage.
To avoid the accumulation of dust, cobwebs,
etc., that is common in these areas, place your
stove in a plastic bag and seal it with a rubber
band.
7. For repair service call one of the numbers listed
below for location of your nearest Coleman
Service Center. If stove must be mailed to a
Service Center, attach to the product a tag that
includes your name, address, daytime telephone
number and a description of problem. Do NOT
send LPG canister. Carefully package the
product and send either by courier or insured
mail with shipping and insurance prepaid to:
For products purchased in the United States:
The Coleman Company, Inc.
3600 N. Hydraulic • Wichita, KS 67219 U.S.A.
1-800-835-3278 • TDD: 316-832-8707
For products purchased in Canada:
Sunbeam Corporation (Canada) Limited
DBA Jarden Consumer Solutions
20B Hereford Street
Brampton, ON L6Y 0M1
1 800-387-6161
8. If not completely satisfied with the performance
of this product, please call one of the numbers
listed above.
The costs of transporting the product to Coleman or an
authorized service center for warranty service is the
responsibility of the purchaser.
Do not mail products with fuel in tanks, or with disposable
LPG canisters. Remove glass globes from lanterns and wrap
separately.
DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE PLACE OF
PURCHASE.
If you have any questions regarding this warranty please call
1-800-835-3278 or TDD 316-832-8707 in the United States or
1 800 387-6161 in Canada.
OIL HOLE
FIG. 43
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Replacement Parts List
Item
Part No.
Description
1
2
5010000305
5010000304
3
4
5
5010000303
5010000302
5010000301
Fuel Bottle Assembly (22 fl. oz. capacity)
Service Parts Kit
(includes items on the next pages)
Fuel Tube and Filter
Pump and Valve Assembly
Plunger Assembly
1
2
5
“O” Ring
2
2
4
2
2
(2) “O” Rings
2
“O” Ring
3
2
2
2
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Replacement Parts List
Item
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part No.
Description
5010000308
5010000306
5010000307
5010000309
5010000310
“Please Call”
Valve Assembly
Burner Assembly
Generator
Hose Assembly with Cap
Stove Body with Legs
Bottom Plate
2
(2) Gas
Tips
7
2
6
8
9
2
11
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Replacement Parts List
Item
12
13
14
15
Part No.
Description
5010000311
R9770-120
5010000313
5010000312
LPG Canister Support Assembly
Windscreen and Reflector Disc
Stuff Sack
Maintenance Tools
2
“O” Ring
12
13
15
14
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The Coleman Company, Inc. • 3600 North Hydraulic • Wichita, KS 67219 U.S.A.
1-800-835-3278 • TDD: 316-832-8707
Sunbeam Corporation (Canada) Limited • DBA Jarden Consumer Solutions
20B Hereford Street
Brampton, ON L6Y 0M1 • 1 800 387-6161
© 2007 The Coleman Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Coleman®, Exponent®, and
are registered trademarks and Denali™ is a trademark of The Coleman Company, Inc.
www.coleman.com
9790-050C (20071016)
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