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It's likely that it was left away with fuel in it. This causes gel to form which blocks the fuel getting through. The blockage could be anywhere between the tank and the mantles. The order I would check in are;
  1. The feed tube assembly
  2. The generator
  3. The Burner
It's possible to get these parts from coleman or coleman suppliers. To find which needs replacing you'd need access to another similar lantern and try replacing one at a time. Otherwise it's going to be trial and error or just replace all.

There's a manual which shows the assembly and the order number for parts at http://www.coleman.com/coleman/images/pdf/220f_228F.pdf
I hope this is of some help.

Coleman Sport &... | Answered on Jan 12, 2011


Chuck, did you find the manual? If not I have one with my spa maybe I could copy it for you.

Ron

Coleman Sport &... | Answered on Sep 14, 2010


Hello Joe,

the serial # (VIN #) is usually located on the tongue of the trailer. It can either be a tag, or it may be stamped. The axle may also have a tag that has the VIN # as well. Sometimes the tray that holds the propane cylinders covers this up.

On the popup box itself, there may be a small name plate located on the roadside front corner as well.

Coleman Sport &... | Answered on Aug 31, 2010


Do you have the evanston 6 tent?
Here is the picture:
http://www.coleman.com/coleman/colemancom/detail.asp?product_id=2000001589&categoryid=11020

I've had a couple of coleman tents in the past and I have a pretty good grasp of how they all set up. Start with the main tent material and collapsible poles. Put the pole segments together to create several long straight poles. Start with the first pole and slide it through a fabric sheath and all of the sheats lining up with it. The ends of pole will clip in to the bottom of the tent on either end and with some models there are clips that clip onto the pole.
Do this same procedure with each of the poles until your tent is standing up on its own (note that some poles will be used for the rain fly).
Now add the rain fly, if you suspect there is a chance of having rain. The rain fly is a large piece of tent material that drapes over the entire tent and is bungeed down to the corners of the tent. There may or may not (depending on the tent model) be poles that push the rain fly out over the doorways, these poles are tensioned between the rain fly and the tent itself.
Be sure to stake your tent down and put some gear in it to weigh it down in the case of inclement weather.
Enjoy!
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Coleman Sport &... | Answered on Jul 31, 2010


If you didn't oil it it might do that. or you should check the position at witch you are holding the plunger. the instructions say that the plunger turns left and right but mine doesn't do that DON'T FORGET TO COVER THE HOLE IN THE PLUNGER THOUGH IT TOOK ME A WHILE TO FIGURE THAT OUT THE FIRST TIME

Coleman Sport &... | Answered on Jul 29, 2010


Hi,

I hope this manual and parts file helps you.

Best wishes.

Coleman Sport &... | Answered on Jun 21, 2010

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