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Read and follow all instructions and
warnings provided with your appliance.
Do not store LP gas cylinders under or
near this appliance.
• Neverfill the cylinder beyond 80% full.
• Failure to follow the above instructions
exactly may result in fire causing death or
serious injury.
When used with a stove, the maximum
pot size is 12 inches diameter
and the
minimum pot size is 7 1/2 inches diameter.
• When using extension hose always
point the cylinder valve toward the fuel
inlet of the appliance.
• Maintain
proper clearances
between
cylinder
and appliance.
The stove
must be used on stand or legs with 20-
24 inch clearance
between
cylinder
and inlet of appliance.
• Clean and inspect the hose before each
use. If there is evidence of abrasion, wear,
cuts or leaks, the hose must be replaced
prior to use. The replacement hose must be
that specifiedby The ColemanCompany,Inc.
• Never alter in any way or use with any
device or part not expressly approved
by Coleman.
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
USE:
• High Pressure
Hose Extension
9941-130
is only for use with Coleman
propane
appliance
models 9941, 9944,
and 9948.
• Do not use extension
hose when
operating
appliance on table top. Use
disposable
16.4 oz. propane
cylinders
when operating on table top.
• The LP-gassupply cylinder to be usedmust
be constructedand marked in accordance
with the specificationsfor LP-gas cylinders of
the U.S. Department
d
Transportation(DOT)
or the NationalStandard
d
Canada,
CAN/CSAB339, Cylinders, Spheresand
Tubesfor the Transportationof
Dangerous Goods.
• If a refillable cylinder is used, it must havea
collar to protectthe cylindervalve.
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ASSEMBLING
HIGH
PRESSURE
HOSE:
Make sure burner valves are off. (Fig.1)
Attach hoseto regulator and regulatorto stove.(Fig. 2)
Attach hoseto cylinder. (Fig.3)
Open cylinder valve.
Perform leak check on Hose to Regulator, and Hose to Cylinder connections with soapy
water. Bubbles indicate a leak. Check that the connection is not cross-threaded and that it
is tight. Perform another leak check. If there is still a leak, remove the cylinder and contact
Coleman for service or repairs. (Fig. 4 and 5)
DISMANTLING
HIGH
PRESSURE
HOSE:
• Beforedismantlinghigh pressure hose, be sure gas pressure in hose is eliminated.
• Ignitestove andturn off gas valve on cylinder.
• Allow flame to self-extinguish.
• When flame is out, close valves on appliance.
• Remove hose.
For use with leg or stand equipped appliances only.
The gas hose is a tripping hazard. Keep yourself others away from the gas hose when
in use or attached to an appliance.
Do not tip or movethe fuel supply.
Protective Collar
/
20" to 24"._-
Turn off fuel at the cylinder and disconnect both ends of the hosewhen not is use.
Youmust followthese instructionsexactlyor a fire causingdeathor seriousinjury may occur.
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