Camp Stove Help

Jimmy P

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Oct 28, 2021
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Hello, Can anybody tell me what brand of stove this is? This stove was given to me And I would really like to use it. It is brand new but the regulator is missing and I am looking to find oneBut I haven’t had much luck. He could help I would be most grateful.
 

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Anthony Hitchings

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so its for bottled gas, the green bottles - and you are missing the fitting between the stove and the gas bottle.

looks a bit like a Chinese knock-off of an old model Sears (or similar)

American Camper ??

suspiciously like a simpler version of this..https://www.ebay.com/itm/2749716722...pYkx43jDAHCdrQC65rrl8IkxeUkQCnQcaAoowEALw_wcB

or a Gasmate..(or knockoff).. looks like the best fit, from a Google search and using image results, with this search string..

2-burner camping stove gas yellow

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Arruba

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Nov 28, 2014
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Looks like a nice, new stove. If you can’t source a direct or OEM replacement fuel to stove connector one could be cobbled or a facsimile found. If you have an old fashioned hardware or sporting goods store, I’d start there. That’s where I got the hose to connect my Coleman camp stove to a bulk tank. Another place to check is the LPG/Propane Distributors. The one here will make up hoses and sells a myriad of gas rated fittings and stuff.

FWIW, I have an old Century 2 burner that the inside workings look exactly the same, and overall the same size. The sheet metal looks a little different though.

Good luck with your search.
 
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Jimmy P

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Oct 28, 2021
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Here are some pictures of the regulator that goes to the stove. My nephew and I were given the same stove. His had a regular in mine did not. Not sure if this helps in determining where I may find a regulator. Thanks!

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Jimmy P

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Oct 28, 2021
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Here are some pictures of the regulator that goes to the stove. My nephew and I were given the same stove. His had a regulator and mine did not. Not sure if this helps in determining where I may find a regulator for my stove or perhaps a stove that uses this type of regulator. Surely there must be others. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Susan Premo

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Nov 5, 2020
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Hello, Can anybody tell me what brand of stove this is? This stove was given to me And I would really like to use it. It is brand new but the regulator is missing and I am looking to find oneBut I haven’t had much luck. He could help I would be most grateful.
I call the part the arm, we have a Eureka stove, that's what they called it too. That's all it took, it worked.
 

Sjm9911

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May 31, 2018
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I couldn't find that part, and i looked. I would agree, maybe get the slightly off center one and modify where it comes out the stove. Hard to tell without seeing where it hooks up and where the new are will line up.
 

Sjm9911

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I think the line may burn through or melt from spills inside the stove. Thats why its a hard line inside. That would be good for an outside the grill hook up.
 

SteveP

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May 21, 2015
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Other than the color that looks like an old Stansport stove that a friend had many years ago. So you might try this replacement regulator.

As clean as that stove is there should be a model number decal or stamp, probably on the bottom, that could be used to trace it's origin.
 

Sweetpea

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Mar 31, 2021
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St. Paul, Minnesota
When our Eureka stove went out while camping, we went into town anddd bought a Stansport, I thought it looked cheap, and you had to light it with a match, it works very well. Eureka sent us a new arm, free! But we'll keep both stoves so we'll haveee a back up. Try seeing if you can contact Stansport, they're still in business.
 

Arruba

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Nov 28, 2014
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I gotta say, following this post I’m amazed the stuff people find on Amazon. I certainly wouldn’t have thought to look for a replacement stem for a non descript camp stove there.

Guess I need to get more in tune with the times.
 

Sjm9911

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You xan order body parts if you look around , lol. Leaving for disney in the am, my mower crapped out, 1.5 days my carberater just came, put it in and cut the grass. Its cheap and probably will not last, but the grass needed to be cut!
 

vagov

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Aug 13, 2012
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I had a stove that looked exactly the same Several years back that I got from a flea market somewhere I believe, mine was the same yellow or gold color but was two toned. Half green as well, it looked like it was never used, and I couldn’t get it to work either plus DW said I was starting to hoard , so eventually got rid of it, can’t recall what brand it was, but it definitely looked the same. Wish I still had it so I could have gave you any part you needed. Bummer.
 

Anthony Hitchings

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Mar 2, 2019
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I gotta say, following this post I’m amazed the stuff people find on Amazon. I certainly wouldn’t have thought to look for a replacement stem for a non descript camp stove there.

Guess I need to get more in tune with the times.

Yup - you do :) there is an amazing anount of old stuff and odd stuff on the WWW. Even needles for a 1960's era (or late 50's?) "RCA suitcase record player".
 




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