Really? Do you have a link for that?
mine has been a of a faff from new nth, and in my mind its far simpler to just light the gas and go, i may try a different fuel and see how that goes?Your Coleman should be super reliable. I have one that is probably 100 years old that still runs great. Why not fix it? There is nothing to them.
i have looked everywhere but nobody imports them, there is one of Ebay for £600,I’m using the Camp Chef summit series. I got the slightly nicer than Everest model, the one from REI, and love it. I cannot however, remember the name of that model.
That being said, I do wish a few things about disassembly and cleaning were easier.
curious, why can’t you get the Partner stoves in UK?
steak in the garage! lol, im going to fully service it and see how i go, but in my head lighting a gas stove has to be easier!https://www.fleetfarm.com/detail/mr-heater-pressure-regulated-propane-convertor/0000000205510?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_oHNmZeY6AIVysDACh3ftAAQEAQYAiABEgJjdPD_BwE
OP's might need the generator cleaned or something which isn't a big deal. These things are fully servicable.
I actually used my circa 1973 stove to fry a steak today at work over my lunch hour as I pressed new bushings in my leaf springs. Its been in the family since 1980 (sat on the shelf for 7 years apparently) and has yet to miss a beat.
good idea i will give the carb cleaner a tryI have had a thing with stoves. I have has about 15 different ones at a time. As was mentioned earlier depending on what you want, the space available, the time your going to be out and availability of the type of fuel each requires. This makes me pick which will work best for that situation.
My go to is the Coleman 2 burner. If you have old fuel sit in it for a long time and it turns to lacquer, you may want to run some carb. cleaner through it to clean out the lacquer.