Everything from pancakes to eggs to bacon to boiling water for coffee and tea come out perfect. I had heard in general around 250 psi but again, sometimes I get inaccurate info. You will need the propane hose, regulator, cut off valve and some other fittings. I'd say it'd be a good idea to use thread sealant on the fitting threads upon reassembly if you have it. I found it very convenient to use.
My experience with a Coleman stove has been good. White gas stoves work terrific for winter. This lets you run your stove almost 20 times longer without refueling. Mine needed a 13mm deep well socket which I didn't have a few day's ago when I completed this repair here in camp. This adapter works with other stoves as well, so that when you go camping, if you don't mind carrying the extra weight, you can bring a 20 pound tank of propane and it will last all week. I just load another tank on the front of the pup for transport and take it off for use at the sight. Working with electricity and batteries can be done safely but can bring potential dangers if misused.
I was not expecting it to be that simple though to fix. Disconnect and reconnect your attachment points and try again until you get it correct. With three families and one unemployed bum, there were four two-burner camp stoves. The classic two burner whitegas stove will with an adapter linked above plus the adapter hose. Since I'm pulling around an entire cylinder of propane, I'm looking for an adaptor hose. At this point, no gas flow would likely mean the problem lies between the bottle and this valve, basically within the regulator.
The small stoves I've seen that use the 1lb cylinders have a small regulator - it appears that I just forego that regulator and hook the stove directly to the trailer. Your coleman stove would be a high pressure device To make this work you need to get a propane t off your tank then just hook up a coleman high pressure hose to it. In just a few simple steps will have you off and running, er, I mean cooking! The upper hose goes to the left side of the trailer, and the lower hose goes to the right side of the trailer. The original idea is that the nipple of this button would fit in the socket of the spring base. Grab your twenty-pound tank that you may already have for a grill and bring it along for some cost-effective camp stove use.
I have found attachments that you can tee from the main tank to feed a grill, but then I have to run a hose all the way down the trailer. I also think some buttons may have a solid nipple so you'd likely need to resort to glueing in this case. How to hook up to a 20lb tank It is certainly possible to hook up a larger 20-pound propane tank that you would normally use under a grill. You're certain your bottle isn't empty. Personal it I have to bug out and were to take a Coleman stove, I would be leaving by vehicle and the 5-gallon propane tank would be easier to load.
Please understand I'm no expert in stoves or gas systems. Mix it up well so that the soap is fully dissolved in the water and then apply the soapy water to all of the connection points where you screwed into the camp stove and screwed the propane into the regulator. In the factory orientation it seems that upon shutdown is where the button would pop out of position as the valve cycles quickly and then subsequent startup would reveal the problem. Another good case of why California is becoming unlivable because of our politicians. You can also get an 8 ft hose so that your propane tank can be set further from the stove.
I hope this helps someone else in need and hope that being subjected to my first instructable hasn't been an overly painful experience for you ;- My stove was not burning at all sometimes and sometimes would at very low flame. Now the regulator tube is attached to the stove, keep in mind that it can now twist freely from that attachment point. This may involve purchasing a new regulator tube. You should see a recessed area with a nipple protruding. I use my coleman propane stove all the time hooked up to the hose adapter on the under carriage of the camper. I searched for over a year for a specific hose that would connect to my 2 burner Brunton camp stove that I use in my enclosed trailer.
I needed the answer in a hurry, didn't have it off the top of my head. The content of this blog is for educational purposes only. I also wanted to run a Coleman stove off the outdoor stove connection. All choices are more economical than those 1lb tanks. Rated 3 out of 5 by mitchie from Yes, I recommend this product. Hawke's Nest Us Plus 3 04 F150 Crew Cab Lariot 07 Fleetwood Sun Valley If you have a shop locally that sells all things propane, they should be able to construct the appropriate propane hose adapter for you. My friends and I hiked, enjoyed the justly famous views, and had a feast Thanksgiving evening.
For the others, I know I can get a coleman adaptor to come straight off of the large tank at high pressure, but this is not what I'm trying to accomplish. Disconnect the bottle and inside the bottle side of the regulator you'll find a fitting something like this. Any ideas you gain from my words and experience is purely academic and any undertaking you embark on is fully your own responsibility. So does each appliance then have it's own regulator to drop down to final pressure? If we used only one burner on high, it would be 2 hours and 12 minutes. It also seems that the hollow nipple fits perfectly down over the valve stem of the fitting and this relationship appears to provide enough capture to keep the button in place. As soon as i teetered it back on and screwed it back together, it worked like a charm. I always had adequate ventilation during and after the use and I was never cooking a gourmet meal where I had things on low simmer for 45 minutes to an hour.