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imerictoo
Hello All,

Hope someone can help me. I have a classic 5410a700 with the regulator hose. Was passed down to me and was in working condition. Issue I have is the regulator hose will not screw into the stove. Gasket good, threads perfect, etc. When I push the hose in, there is a definite stop - metal against metal. Not like anything clogged, jammed, etc. No matter how hard I push I cannot get the hose to catch the threads. I can't see anything at all wrong. Very frustrating 🙁

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Eric
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Nomo reoil
Can you post pics of the stove connection and hose end? 

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hahoe03
Schrader valve could be stuck. 
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mgmlvks
Those may be left handed threads.
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Manual says rt handed threads to to stove connection. .   If you don't have the manual you can get it here.  https://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/content/pdfs/182906-1.pdf
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imerictoo
All - thanks for the suggestions. Tried attaching spinning left and still nothing. Will get pictures and post.
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UncleFred
Your stove inlet may be off center from the hole in the stove case.  I realigned mine by removing the valves and manifold from the stove and resetting them on the stove to put the stove inlet in the correct position.
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imerictoo
Sorry for the late reply here. Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Turns out I was given the wrong hose. Anyone know where I can purchase one? Is it even worth it at this point since a single burner stove can be had for about ~$20 or so.
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Chucker
I just went and looked up the schematic for that stove. Are you aware it takes an O-ring at the connector? Also, those regulator's/valves can be found on ePay from time to time - sometime's with a stove and shipping is pricey, IMO. 
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hahoe03
I should have an extra. $25 to your door
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Mike Trigg
The Coleman Blue's 243's #053. Sears Collectors Club #69 (pending)
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bwperreault
Try a new “0” ring. I have several of these and the “0” ring get hard and it’s difficult to push the coupler on far enough to start the threads. I lick the “0” ring to lube it and then they go on, although sometimes still tight. 
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ISO 6-56, 7-88, and 2-91.  Found a 1-91, it may be as close as I get
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