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Old 08-02-2006, 03:04 PM   #1
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I have a 96 Coleman Taos and I'm in beautiful Wildwood, NJ for vacations. My problem is that the gas stove is not functionning properly while plugged in the outside outlet (low gas flow), but it is working fine inside. Just before I started my vacations, I had to remove the spare tire that is located behind the gas tanks. I may have unvoluntarily touched the valve regulator as one of the local RV technician told me. How can I solve this problem. There is no Coleman dealer around here. Thank you all to try to help.
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Old 08-02-2006, 03:04 PM   #2
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I have a 96 Coleman Taos and I'm in beautiful Wildwood, NJ for vacations. My problem is that the gas stove is not functionning properly while plugged in the outside outlet (low gas flow), but it is working fine inside. Just before I started my vacations, I had to remove the spare tire that is located behind the gas tanks. I may have unvoluntarily touched the valve regulator as one of the local RV technician told me. How can I solve this problem. There is no Coleman dealer around here. Thank you all to try to help.
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Old 08-27-2006, 05:21 PM   #3
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Well, I will reply to my post at least for the sake of unhappy campers with the same problem as I went through. Back at home, I sent the pop-up to the coleman dealer. the repairman told me there was oil or something into the gas pipe leading to the outside stove. He cleaned it and everything went back to normal. How oil got into the pipe, I really don't know. Might be a good idea if you experience a similar problem to have a look at the pipe itself.
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BITSYWITSYBOB, Thanks for following up on your own question and welcome to irv2
Did you also get your cable question resolved that you had, everyone with a popup must be out camping.
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