Propane Sears Stoves Model Dates Country Fuel 476. Dual Fuel 286 1986 — 2008+ U. Registered: 1390108365 Posts: 598 Posted 1423585257 If you mean the clip on one air tube closest to the generator, it is to keep the preheat cup from sliding up the gennie if you up-end the lantern. I have had others that I wipes down with simple green, soap and water - they shined up nicely. Propane 5133 1994 — 96 U. This Canadian 236 is date stamped Aug 1967 and came with the box which identifies it as Canadian Ministry of Forests and Lands. The difference is as they say night and day.
This is the only kerosene lantern currently made by Coleman. Propane 5450 Series 1991 — 95? Fuel Oil 555B 1953 — 56? Had to turn it off. Most of my 500cp lamps are fitted with Coleman 11 or 1111 mantles as a matter of course. Propane 5439 Series 1988 — 90 U. The pump is held with a metal clip, rather than two small screws. I can't go to that forum though. It eventually lights up and you simply turn the knob to the left for full brightness.
Please if you have a Coleman 202 with a black enamel ventilator. There are crossed spring clips to the fount base and two springs to a bracket on the frame base plate. A similar lantern was made by. I like the fuel, it's what my garage heater burns. The one on the '64 model is quite a bit longer than the one on the nickel fount. Note the decal is under the tip cleaner lever.
This Coleman Canada Model 242B lantern, date stamped February 1948, is unusual because of the brown enameled ventilator. My furnace went down and I used the 237's to helped heat my home till the repair guy showed up a few days later. Fill the preheat cup and let it burn almost completely off. There is just a little fuel left in the generator from the previous run. Any guidance or referral to a web site to get me started would be appreciated because I'm going no further until someone helps me along! Kerosene 237A 1968-70 Canada Kerosene 237B 1943-44 U.
These earliest 200A lanterns had green painted steel founts and, by November, also had the Coleman decal. Better rounded shape and cheaper too! Propane 9960 1999 — 2000 U. Coleman made the Model 200A for 32 years beginning in 1951. Kerosene Export 234 1935-40 U. To get your lantern started, simply add some rubbing alcohol sold separately to the primer cup, light the alcohol with a match, then dial in the perfect brightness with the adjustable control knob.
After discussions with some members on the Coleman Collectors Forum, we have started a census of 237 lanterns in the form of an online spreadsheet detailing the differences and characteristics of these lanterns made at various times and locations. Note the alcohol preheating can for the kerosene fueled 237 lantern in the images. Propane 5033 BlackCat Series 2001 — 2004+ U. These things are beautiful and crafted mostly of heavy brass part. Model 202, the Professional left , is dated Jan. Coleman made this inverted lantern for military trial.
What you maybe experiencing is when you shut it off, the valve is leaking a little and filling the generator. It's powered by Coleman® Kerosene, which is out most cost-efficient fuel source. Please if you have one of these models. Propane 5480-708 1973 — 76 U. An outer infrared filter keeps visible light from shining out the sides. Would recommend it over a dual fuel model, and certainly over a propane one, if you are on the fence.
It burns bright, and I love the shape of the globe. The lantern is cradled in padded rests not seen so it cannot move. Kerosene 222 1979-83 Canada 222A 1984-89? And the Dollar Store brand works fine too. The lantern on the right has a replacement valve wheel. I tried it again today, and ran into unexpected problems. The round glass globe was removed for the image. As on other nickel plated brass founts made by the Coleman — Toronto factory, the month and year numbers are in small numerals in the lower corners of the side fount stamp lower image.
Once your lantern is lit, the fuel tank provides a steady base when placed on a table, and the bail handle allows for easy hanging. Purchased this model 639C as an addition to my Coleman lantern collection and have no regrets! Bob Mackburner, if your 237 is not blinding everyone in the vicinity, they you probably have a 237 that is improperly tuned. Fuel Oil 444B 1941 U. New Poster Registered: 1419025921 Posts: 27 Posted 1423525838 Good evening. The ventilator ball nut and bail appear to be the same as for Canadian 200 lanterns of the period. Dual Fuel Double Mantle Lanterns Model Dates Country Fuel L316 1914-25 U.
I have been fettling pressure lamps for 48 years and Coleman for maybe 40 of those so I know what a new generator looks like and how to clean air tubes. Models only Model Dates Country Fuel 1 1923-24 U. Models 246 and 246B were made in Wichita for a number of years before this 246B was made by Coleman in Toronto in January 1955. They are much brighter than non-thorium coated mantles and much stronger than Coleman mantles. This 500 cp kerosene fueled model has a preheater torch and alcohol cup. Models only Model Dates Country Fuel 500 1940-53 U.