200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

lukasharvey
I'm a new member and am wildly impressed with the wealth of knowledge on this site. I have a new Triton stove - my first Coleman piece. Not wildly interesting to any of you collectors out there.

Either way, I was excited to get the Triton stove as a gift and was hoping it would last me a loooong time. When trying to tighten on the regulator recently, I realized that it was not threading onto the stove properly. I did eventually get the threads to catch and in a fit of rage ended up snapping the copper fuel line within the stove (see photos).

My questions - Should I fix this or should I buy another stove? How would I go about fixing this and do you have a good reference video recommendation? 

I'm struggling to find any info on how to tackle this and Coleman has not responded to nay of my inquiries.

I appreciate all of the help.Stove 1.jpg  Stove 2.jpg
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SteveRetherford
i tried to fix a similar triton , a friend asked if i could fix it ..... coleman told me they dont sell that part , but told me they would replace the entire stove as a good will gesture ..... i had to sent em pics of the stove and write damages across it with a felt pen and then they sent me a brand new stove , i didnt have a reciept or anything but they warrantied it and let us keep the first stove for future parts ......that seems to be a weak link on these ........ now im pretty certain i had seen that part on ebay very recently ........ good luck with yours , ya might try the warrenty trick instead of looking for the part like i did . you wont find many videos of how to fix a propane stove as we are more into the liquid gas stoves here .
[DrSteve2]    Steve , Keeper of the Light !!!
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SteveRetherford
i cant see your part completely but this looks similar i think ? its on ebay for 15 clams https://www.ebay.com/itm/COLEMAN-NEW-OLD-STOCK-5400-STOVE-VALVE-BODY/283915676020?hash=item421ab16974:g:NG0AAOSwfaZe58FR

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[DrSteve2]    Steve , Keeper of the Light !!!
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lukasharvey
Thanks, Steve! I’ll give both of those a try.
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