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hofy
I have a 5410 A 700 stove that is like new but does not have a regulator.
Coleman says that Regulator 5445B556C is the correct one for my stove but has been discontinued and no replacement is available.

Is there an aftermarket replacement by another manufacturer? 

Thanks for your help.
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Chucker
Pretty sure that takes the regulator with the red knob (plus hose). They come up on EPay quite a bit. You may have to buy a roached out stove to get the regulator. Those ARE higher pressure than the next gen that succeeded them I'm told.
Chuck
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hofy
I have been trying on eBay without any luck.  I do not really want to buy a whole other stove just to get a regulator.

Coleman offered me 25% off a new stove, but that also seems wasteful as I already have a good stove.  

I would just like to get a simple part in this throw away society.
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004sbr
 I have a new in the box 5445B5561
 Not sure if that's the same
It's a regulator and about 8 inches of black tubing
Syd
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desertdave
004sbr wrote:
 I have a new in the box 5445B5561



Coleman lists the regulator as 5445B556C.  Is that the part you have?

 

Hot Hot Hot!
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004sbr
 Dave,
         Taking the number right off the box.
          5445B5561
         States it controls pressure at 15 P.S.I  and has a 14" connecting hose    
Syd
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hofy
Thanks to Syd / 004sbr I now have a working stove!  5445B5561 is most likely a replacement for 5445B556C, or the other way around.
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004sbr
Good to hear it worked, now just need to move the rest of this NOS  pile.
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mcdugal2
I've got to replace the o-ring on mine....
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StanDahl
mcdugal2 wrote:
I've got to replace the o-ring on mine....

What!?! It's way more exciting to light a stove and suddenly have flames come out the holes for the control knobs!
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mcdugal2
Actually it came out where the hose attached to the stove..
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kellyblues
StanDahl wrote:
mcdugal2 wrote:
I've got to replace the o-ring on mine....

What!?! It's way more exciting to light a stove and suddenly have flames come out the holes for the control knobs!


Just so everyone knows, John made a funny. 
How am I doing John?
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StanDahl
You're doing real good...just try to be a little more subtle next time. Kind of like a background laugh track on a sit-com. You don't have to be the loud guy with the weird laugh that is heard above all the rest though.

[sheesh...I work with 7th graders all day and I come home to this...]
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toddball
Sorry to revive an old thread, but I need a regulator assembly for a 5410 A 708, which looks like it has the same parts list as the 5410 A 700.  I just picked up the 5410 A 708, and I think it has everything besides the regulator (and the bottle stand, but I can live without that).  OldColemanParts doesn't seem to have a regulator that will work with my model stove; does anyone know where I could get one?  Or, does anyone know if the newer rigid pipe-style regulator assemblies will work with my stove?

Thanks!
-Todd
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Timat45
Has anyone tried to adapt a new regulator to fit the old stoves?

I've got a 5413-700 that's missing the regulator. The thought of spending $30 or more on a twenty year old part just bugs me.

At the moment I'm trying to track down the fittings to make a new line. Any help would be appreciated.
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fuel brained
try an auto parts house that makes high pressure hoses.
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Timat45
Thanks! That's the route I'm going at the moment. The local parts store wasn't much help though. I'm going to try the napa a few towns over. They cater more to commercial truck shops.

I'll post any success I have.
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wiljen
Fastenal carries a ton of fittings.  I have several on their way to me now for replacing a gas plant fuel line.   If you cant find them locally, you can order them in quantity 1 from Fastenal.  I looked at several other fittings outfits but they all wanted me to buy a box of 50.
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bwperreault
There is a special hose used for propane. It is not the same as acetylene or regular air. Type "T" IIRC, although type T can be used with acetylene.
Brian
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bwperreault
here is a clean photo of an early Coleman Propane hose end with the corresponding fitting in a lantern adapter.DSCF0309a - Copy.JPG
Brian
ISO 6-56, 7-88, and 2-91.  Found a 1-91, it may be as close as I get.
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UncleFred
mcdugal2 wrote:
I've got to replace the o-ring on mine....


Does anyone know what size the o-ring is for this hose?
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Chucker
Fred, just get a BunaN set of O-rings and you'll have enough and plenty of sizes for MANY jobs. Harrber Freight and EPay have them for usually $20 or less. 


Chuck
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bwperreault
5/16 X 7/16 X 1/16. ASTM -011
Brian
ISO 6-56, 7-88, and 2-91.  Found a 1-91, it may be as close as I get.
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My curious nature has gotten me into more trouble...
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UncleFred
bwperreault wrote:
5/16 X 7/16 X 1/16. ASTM -011









Thanks, Brian and also Chuck for the help.

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UncleFred
I replaced the o-ring on the hose, but I still have this problem, "It's way more exciting to light a stove and suddenly have flames come out the holes for the control knobs!"
I took the valves apart to check on the o-rings in them and this is what I found:
5410 Valve 001.jpg 
There were no o-rings to be found.  Is the brass (?) band marked with the arrow the location for the o-ring?
If yes, what size are these o-rings?  I now have a set of o-rings to use.
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bwperreault
I can't help you with this one because mine are all Canadian - and different. I took one apart and the valve is the same but different. It only has three threads to screw it in and out of the seat. On your valve that shiny spot 1/4 inch to the left of the arrow might be polished up by an "O" ring up inside the retainer. The brass ring may be part of the valve retaining stuff, or they might be the "O" rings, that rubber can get awfully hard as it ages.
Brian
ISO 6-56, 7-88, and 2-91.  Found a 1-91, it may be as close as I get.
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mallows23
Hi! I'm hoping someone might be able to help me (just like Dave from the earlier posts). 

I have a 5400a700 camp stove which is missing the regulator/hose part (possibly 5445A5661 from specs i've seen). 
Wondering if anyone might have a replacement part extra or can suggest a suitable replacement. 
From the posts i've read, it might also fit a 5445B556C / 9992-4111. Not sure what the difference is with 5445A5661 and 5445B5561 that poster Syd had from above... but i'm willing to see if it's a match. 

If anyone has any spare, I'd appreciate the help. 

Thanks so much! 
Jo 
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Chucker
Hello Jo and welcome to the forum.

I have found them on ePay. That's not a part that normally shows up here but someone may come along with one. 

You might post a WTB (want to buy) ad in our Classifieds to find one. 
Chuck
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StanDahl
mallows23 wrote:
I have a 5400a700 camp stove which is missing the regulator/hose part (possibly 5445A5661 from specs i've seen). 
If anyone has any spare, I'd appreciate the help. 

I've got one...pm on the way.
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Cigar_Mike
The original regulator was 5445A5561.  Then they updated it and the number was 5445B5561.  The final version was 5445B556C.  Any of them will fit.  You can find them at Old Coleman Parts
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mallows23

Thanks everyone! Appreciate all the help. 🙂 

One other thing someone might know about the 5400a700 campstove. Does it need a special propane tank aside from the hose/regulator thing? 


Or will the hose/regulator be compatible to propane cylinders available in the market today? 


Thanks again. 

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