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Old 07-19-2016, 11:34 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Vern View Post
Case in point. My nephew had a Coleman cannister leak while we were camping together last month. He discovered it when he disconnected it one day to store the grill. He heard it leaking and showed it to me. We could not get it to stop, so we reconnected it to his grill and he left the grill out for the remainder of the week. The night before breaking camp, when he was done with his grill, we had no choice but to disconnect it and just sit it aside (outdoors/ventilated) until it ran out. I don't know how common that is, but I would hate to have it occur in a closed compartment.
That has happened. When it does, take a small needle nose pliers and pull up the relief valve or the one in the inside of the thread.

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Old 07-19-2016, 11:43 AM   #12
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The valves are basicly a schrader( tire) valves. Sometimes you can just pop the valve stem with a toothpick and they will seal. A drop or two of water, WD40 or the like will tell you if you took care of it. I used to refil these during the years where I ice fished regularly. Never tried pulling up on the valve stem...that may work too!

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