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stot
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stot
   Old Thread  #1259 16 Feb 2014 at 9.29pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1253
Jason street.. i had same issue.totally take stove apart. Drain fuel into clean bowl.. bet you have dirt and flakes in your fuel. Repeat cleaning out till perfectly clean. Took lot of shaking. Then clean the fuel pickup attached to the tap.worked for me.
carpyash
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carpyash
   Old Thread  #1258 16 Feb 2014 at 4.08pm    Login    Register
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Hi, wondered if any one could help, I have fuel splurting out around the valve assembly, it's a brand new Genny so that's not blocked but it's coming out on the tap under pressure.
gedmac
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gedmac
   Old Thread  #1257 6 Feb 2014 at 7.50pm    Login    Register
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cheers many thanks all sorted now
stot
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stot
   Old Thread  #1256 2 Feb 2014 at 6.49pm    Login    Register
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from the outside on mine.. I now what you meen
gedmac
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gedmac
   Old Thread  #1255 2 Feb 2014 at 3.23pm    Login    Register
can anyone help?which way does the bent brass bit fit in the hole?is it from the outside or inside?took mine apart and didn't notice which way it went in the hole
hackerz88
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   Old Thread  #1254 28 Dec 2013 at 11.23am    Login    Register
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Need to give mine a service best stove I've had
jasonstreet1992
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jasonstreet1992
   Old Thread  #1253 27 Dec 2013 at 11.22am    Login    Register
when i light my stove it runs for about 5 seconds then just dies away does anyone know what is causing this ?
gixer1
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gixer1
   Old Thread  #1252 30 Mar 2013 at 2.50pm    Login    Register
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lol
carra
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carra
   Old Thread  #1251 21 Feb 2013 at 3.51pm    Login    Register
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not the cheapest, about 16 inc post. ebay; http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Coleman-Sportster-533-Stove-Dual-Fuel-Generator-Replacement-Part-/251223125599?pt=UK_SportingGoods_Camping_CookingSupplies_ET&hash=item3a7e10ae5f
MattH85
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MattH85
   Old Thread  #1250 16 Feb 2013 at 11.02pm    Login    Register
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anyone know wheres the cheapest place for a new generator? go outdoors site says 9.99 but the nearest one is in Portsmouth 225m from me and they wont post.
DUKE_NUKEM
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   Old Thread  #1249 7 Feb 2013 at 7.24pm    Login    Register
Will they allow you to ship on of these stove's overseas?

Edit: A new one never been used.
andyellis
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andyellis
   Old Thread  #1248 30 Dec 2012 at 8.06pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1000
thanks great read that my stove now works again
catchsomecarp
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catchsomecarp
   Old Thread  #1247 12 Nov 2012 at 10.12pm    Login    Register
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very good thread thanks
Bream_Boy
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Bream_Boy
   Old Thread  #1246 13 Oct 2012 at 2.17pm    Login    Register
Inside the pump there is a small rubber seal, check that this has not split or perished, also if it has dried lube it up with something oil based. They used to have leather washers in which were much better as the rubber is very thin and breaks easily. Mine kept getting caught and not sitting flush until I had a mess about with it and got it working. I ended up using a bit of butter to lubricate it and it was fine from then on.
roman
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   Old Thread  #1245 11 Oct 2012 at 4.23pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1244
Same as cheers Phil, think it,s to do with the one way valve at the bottom of plunger, becoming two way possibly, have another attack tomo.
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