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johneliot
I just picked up a sears model 210.72102 3 burner orange propane stove.  I have a nice orange mushroom lantern and I wanted a matching stove.  It was a good price but it doesn't have a hose.  My question is will I have to put a WTB in the classifieds to get one or is there something else that will work.  It is a different attachment than any of the other propane stoves I have.

John

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rainjer
Please post a picture of the stove. I may have what you need.

jeremy
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Banjoman
Jeremy I’ve got the same problem. I found a Coleman 5427 propane but no hook up. What does the hose connection look like. My local propane place can’t help me.
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bwperreault
  5427 looks like this. DSCF0309a - Copy.jpg    and fits this

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Brian
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johneliot
Jeremy,
I'll get a picture of what the attachment looks like tomorrow. That would be great if you have what it takes.

John

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boneweed
I have one of those Sears stoves. The hose has the same threads and nipple diameter as a Coleman 5400 but the nipple sticks out further on one than the other. One of the hoses can be used for both but not the other. I will investigate today.
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Zeeebbbcccoooo???
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boneweed
Tried the 5400 series hose in the Sears stove. The Coleman hose has the shorter nipple so I thought that it wouldn't push on the Schrader but it lit. Hose rotates at stove connection but no bubbles with soap spray. The Coleman hoses are also scarce but someone on here had some. If you want to disassemble the stove the burners unthread and then the top lifts off.
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johneliot
Here's a picture of the attachment point.  It looks like a mini version of a 20lb. tank.
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John

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adkbill
boneweed wrote:
Tried the 5400 series hose in the Sears stove. The Coleman hose has the shorter nipple so I thought that it wouldn't push on the Schrader but it lit. Hose rotates at stove connection but no bubbles with soap spray. The Coleman hoses are also scarce but someone on here had some. If you want to disassemble the stove the burners unthread and then the top lifts off.


You're right about the Coleman propane stove regulators being pricey.
Sounds like a good deal to get a propane stove for $5 until you find out its missing the $15 hose.


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rainjer
That is the stove I was thinking of. I have 2 of those stoves. One was purchased by my parents new.  They gave it to me an I have used for camping for almost 20 years. It is so well used I cooked all of the chrome off so it is really rusty. The 2nd one is new in the box. I bought it a couple months ago to replace my old one.

Let me test the new stove and if it works ok you can have the old hose for the price of shipping ($7.50).

Send me a PM.


Jeremy
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rainjer
I just test fire my new stove. Works great. Here is the old hose. Let me know if you want it.
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johneliot
PM sent

John

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rainjer
johneliot wrote:
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Jeremy
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johneliot
Caught me typing. Check and see if it came now.

John

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rainjer
got it.

Jeremy
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johneliot
Update on the stove.  I want to thank Jeremy for the hose he sent it was in great shape, but what we thought would fit sadly, does not.  I have to believe Sears made more that one 3 burner stove, and hoses are not transferable between these stoves.  The one I got has a short nipple, it doesn't extend beyond the threads.  It seems that I need a nipple the goes farther into the orifice, about a 1/4 to 1/2 an inch beyond the shoulder.  Any ideas what I need, or to look for?  By the way the 2 large burners, say "Primus" on the top of them.

John

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johneliot
Because the two large burners on this sears stove say primus on them, I decided to check, on ebay, what the connections look like on primus stoves. I found these stoves:
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The bottom picture, even though it is only 2 burners, has the same type of curved side tray mine does.  The hoses look to have the longer nipple on the ends.  I don't think the screw on bolt is just pulled back.  So a couple of questions:  Do you think that Coleman had primus build some of their stoves? Do you think this is the type of hose I should try to find?  Here's a picture of what I have:
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John

“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.” 
― Albert Einstein

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Eel
It wouldn't surprise me if *Sears* had Primus build some stoves.  I don't see a Coleman involvement in this.

Somebody also built those orange-ball propane lanterns for Sears... same paint...

EDIT: if I had actually read your first post...  <duh>

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johneliot
I have one of those mushroom lanterns, which is why I got the stove. I kinda like the 70s look.

John

“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.” 
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johneliot
I wanted to bring this thread up to date.  What I suspected was true.  Sears did use Primus to make some of their stoves, therefore hoses are different.  Besides the burners saying Primus on them, I think another way to tell the stoves are made by Primus are the wind screens.  If you look at the brown stove and my orange one, the wind screens have a rounded corner.  The other orange sears stoves that use the hose like Jeremy sent me don't have that rounded corner.  This is just my opinion and may not be accurate. Anyways, here is a picture comparing the two hoses:
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The one on the left is a Primus and the one on the right is the one Jeremy sent.  This is what the other end looks like. The bottom one is the Primus:
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Hope this helps anyone who is looking for a hose.  The moral to the story is ... it sure was a pain in the ass the find a missing piece.  Usually I don't buy things with missing parts unless I have them.  What I thought would be an easy find didn't turn out that way.  I can say that won't happen again, but who knows?

John

“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.” 
― Albert Einstein

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Zorba11
Hello,
I'm desperately trying to find the hose on the right for my Hillary 727540 camp stove. I cannot find one anywhere and would appreciate if anyone has knowledge of where I can buy one. It was a great stove until I loaned it to my son who lost the hose. 

Thanks in advance.....
.....Andy
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