200A and 202 reproduction
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shaggie
Is the check valve a metric pitch? I may have cross threaded my 426 check valve. While I was at HD I tried it in their thread took and it fit perfectly in the M10-1.0. Am I crazy?
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Gunhippie
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shaggie wrote:
Is the check valve a metric pitch? I may have cross threaded my 426 check valve. While I was at HD I tried it in their thread took and it fit perfectly in the M10-1.0. Am I crazy?


Very likely. I haven't seen anything on a Coleman that's metric. I have several CVs sitting around in my  parts/tool box if you need another. Since the CV is brass and the seat is steel, I doubt you've damaged the seat.
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shaggie
The CV threads look fine. When I start to install the CV it starts going in straight but eventually kicks off to the side. My other thought is that there may be an o-ring in there that I cant see and the CV is getting hung up in it. I tried looking at the parts schematic for the stove but I don't see an o-ring on the CV. 


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Gunhippie wrote:


Very likely. I haven't seen anything on a Coleman that's metric. I have several CVs sitting around in my  parts/tool box if you need another. Since the CV is brass and the seat is steel, I doubt you've damaged the seat.
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