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corinneb
Help!
I'm looking for the adaptor and the hose for my old coleman 5423A701

On the box it says it needs:
- adaptor 5415-7901
- 5' hose: 5415K7921
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- 10' hose: 5415K7931

But I also wonder if something else could fit?? Anyone knows?

I still have hope 🙂
Corinne Beaumier
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Chucker
Hello Corrine and welcome to the forum. Is this the regulator?

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Your pictures of the original, if you have any, would be best. 

Chuck
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corinneb
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Hey thanks Chucker!
Here is the gaz input on the stove 5423A701. The whole is off-centered
Corinne Beaumier
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corinneb
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Here's my regulator's tip. The pin is centered
Corinne Beaumier
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corinneb
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Here's a picture of the whole regulator I have. I don't know if it's the one that came with it or a random one, and if its compatible should I find the right adaptor!
Corinne Beaumier
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Majicwrench
I'm no propane wiz, but that pin is not supposed to fit into that hole, so your set-up may work fine, have you tried it?
Keith
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corinneb
Hey Keith, you are right about the pin and the offcentered hole. It does fit somehow but its not easy to screw it in, I really have to push it hard and screw it so that it works. I just did a test a again but theres no gaz coming out, and the hose unscrewed and came off after a bit of manipulation. Hence me thinking it might be the wrong hose, or that I'm missing an adaptor...
Corinne Beaumier
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UncleFred
corinneb wrote:
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Hey thanks Chucker!
Here is the gaz input on the stove 5423A701. The whole is off-centered


The input may be off center and that would make it difficult to connect the hose.
You can adjust this by moving the burner assembly to center it on the hole.
Everyone's Favorite Uncle
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Chucker
I would try cleaning both connections there. Maybe use an old toothbrush or that size of a wire brush and some alcohol. Sometimes cleaning is all they need. 
Chuck
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StanDahl
They can be difficult to get started on the threads, and a determined push and twist is required. Once in, it may not let any propane go until you've got the red valve almost all the way open. Another problem can be a lack of fuel in the bottle. You should be able to feel some liquid slooshing around in the bottle. 
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corinneb
Thank you so much guys.

After a bath of warm water and dishsoap, it screwed in more firmly and the gaz is passing through. This stove has never been used since 20 years.
Now I can work on just removing the rust and make it look good again. I'm so excited ðŸ˜
Corinne Beaumier
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Gasman64
[welcome], Corrine, from Pennsylvania! Good to see you got help and got it figured out.  Maybe you can share pictures of your stove once it is working.
Steve
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