Yet Another Coleman Stove Review...Sort Of...

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  1. OutnBacker

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    I have seen a boatload of reviews on the Coleman 533 Dual Fuel and 442 Exponent Feather stoves and only one showed the proper way to initially pressurize these fine little burners. People seem to think they won't simmer right or they have flare-ups with tall yellow sooty flames, or they can't get the things to light at all. The generator tube frequently gets the blame for user error. It's good to clean it from time to time, but it's usually not the problem.

    So, I decided to do a vid demonstrating how well these simple rugged stoves work, and to show the Old School way to pressurize them (and all Coleman pump tank stoves), so they are ready to perform at top potential.

    There is something here that almost everyone misses...

     
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    Good Video
     

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