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This is a link to a pdf for the '95 manual from the Coleman site


Coleman®Camping Trailers by Fleetwood Owners Manual

http://www.colemantrailers.com/uploads/91731235052535.pdf

Coleman 10' X... | Answered on May 29, 2012


There is a fuse located over the heating element in front of the fan. It sits over a small slot above the heating element (probably to cause it to stop working by design). Yes I'm a pessimist. It can be bypassed if it is an emergency by wiring across it. I'm trying to find the replacement fuse now (10amp jet 250v #00575) If you find it please send info to warfalcon23@Gmail.com. I hope we all get our heaters working, for $250 + dollars you'd expect it to last longer than 1 month.

Coleman 10' X... | Answered on Jan 31, 2012


I find this tips about how to Use Coleman Smokers
1.- Soak the wood chips. The first thing that must be done before you start cooking with smoke at all is the soaking of the wood chips. If you are camping, the best idea is to soak your wood chips before you leave, then pack them in plastic food containers with a small amount of water to keep them moist. Before you pack them, let them soak overnight in a bucket of water.
2.- Insert the wood chips. Take off the top part of your Coleman smoker. Underneath you will find the area where the propane flame will be. On top of that, there should be a small metal container that either resembles a grill top, or a metal basket with holes (depending on which model you have). Place your wood chips inside this metal holder.
3.- Ignite the propane fire. After safely connecting the portable propane tank to the Coleman smoker, turn the propane valve on to release the gas. Ignite the propane in your smoker with a match, being sure to extinguish the match in water when you have finished lighting it. Replace the top of the smoker and secure in place before continuing.
4.- Cook the meat. On top of the smoker, there will be a grill top. Place the meat onto the grill top, making sure there is room for the smoke to get to all the pieces. Put the lid on top of the smoker and let the meat cook for five or six hours. Afterward, be sure to fully extinguish the propane fire, making sure that the gas valve has been shut off completely. Always have a bucket of water handy for emergencies when cooking with gas and an open flame.

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Coleman 10' X... | Answered on Nov 28, 2011


Hi well what you need to do is cut a piece of the cable off, and go to a place that stocks and sells nylon cordage, then simply obtain a length that will do the job, then once that's in hand, simply remove all the old cord, and replace with the new one, just reverse whatever you do when you remove the old stuff. It's basically just a bit of rope?

Coleman 10' X... | Answered on Oct 20, 2011


try Play it again sports

they have a large network of used sports gear and network of stores that get all inds of used stuff
They are individually owned so be persistent

Coleman 10' X... | Answered on Aug 27, 2011

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