200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

grob
I scanned this from an original brochure, retouched it and made a high res pdf. I was going to make a pdf of the whole brochure, but the old Mac that runs my scanner decided not to boot now. If I get the rest scanned I will post it and a 512-700 heater instructions as well.
Merry Christmas, Gar

https://www.keepandshare.com/doc3/60953/220e-parts-diag-pdf-266k?da=y

Here is a lower res jpg of it:
[220e_diag_s-51022885]
Boy, I say boy... you're about to exceed the limitations of my medication.
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Phredd
Do you have a date associated with this?  I note that it shows the two #2 screws for the pump cap and that hard to replace #4-36 brass for the direction disc.  

Phredd
ICCC#1799
Coleman Quick Lite Crew #40
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grob
No date on the brochure, but a number F 7930 and WICHITA 1, KANSAS, U.S.A. (no zip code, pre 1963). Product photos inside show new 'Snow Lite' jug and cooler with diamond logos and an early 413E stove with no wire loop fount hold down and single position legs. Seems like the images are from slightly different eras from 1954 to early 1960s. Note: My 6/55 220 and 3/59 228 both have the #4-36 plated brass screws for the direction discs.
Gar
Boy, I say boy... you're about to exceed the limitations of my medication.
- Foggy
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