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Durably built for extreme windy conditions, the Coleman Guide Series Dual-Fuel Stove features a wind-blocking design and fuel-efficient burners. Adjustable design offers a large cooking area and Band-a-Blu burners are independently adjustable.
  • With fuel-efficient burners and a wind-blocking design is perfect for cooking meals in any outdoor adventure
  • Cooking area has enough space for two 10" pans
  • 14,000 BTUs of cooking power
  • Dual Fuel technology conveniently uses either Coleman Liquid Fuel or unleaded gasoline (both sold separately)
  • Two independently adjustable Band-a-Blu burners
  • Built for easy cleaning with durable chrome-plated grate
  • Measures 19" L x 14" W x 7" H
  • Weighs 11.5 lb.
  • Metal
  • Made in USA
  • Model 3000003648
  • skuId: 66604044

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25+ years going strong Nathan ·
Recommended Not Recommended

My mom won this in a radio contest about 25-ish years ago and it has been used on many camping trips since. Years passed and it began to act up, and then got shoved to the side. Recently, I saved it from being sold off in a yard sale and was determined to get it going again. After a little bit of messing around I figured out the problem was that the pump seal had gone dry. A little bit of wd-40 fixed that problem, and it was running great again. I have used it several times since, using it to boil pots of water and such, and plan on taking it with me on next trip I make to a state park nearby. It puts out good heat, as good as or better than our electric induction stove inside. It lights about as well as I would expect from a gas stove, but I still recommend using nothing shorter than a kitchen match or a bbq lighter. The farther away your hands are the better. It holds up weight well, I tested this with a 6 qt. cast iron pot full of water and didn't give a sign of trouble. Overall I would say it has a good time-tested design, being simple, durable, reliable, and easy to use with a bit of practice.


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Garbage JA Hoss ·
Recommended Not Recommended

I received one of these a year ago as a birthday present, and it has never worked right. This was meant to be a replacement for our family heirloom 1959s vintage Coleman 425B workhorse, and the old one still works better than this new model, even with neglect. The new stove never lit properly, always with a big yellow flame. Maybe a bad generator? Mis-aligned manifold? Blocked fuel / air tubes? It looks like maybe it was dropped in the box? Hard to say - nothing lines up properly. Fuel tube misaligned with manifold, fuel tank hangs poorly on side of stove, possibly not allowing fuel tube to nest fully in manifold. Very disappointing.

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Thank you for contacting Coleman®. We appreciate you bringing this to our attention. We are sorry to hear that your stove does not work well. We apologize for your negative experience with our product. We work passionately to achieve such satisfaction from our customers by continuously improving our products and services. As we are looking for ways to better our product and service, we always ensure that consumers' feedback and concerns are shared with the concerned department. If you have any question regarding the warranty or would like to obtain warranty service, please visit Coleman website, click on the question mark logo on the upper right corner, choose contact us and you will be routed to our contact form. Have a great day!

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Coleman Dual Fuel Stove Dwight M. ·
Recommended Not Recommended

This is a perfect choice to have, if the power goes out. Works great!



A perfectly useful, all occasions cooking platform RicMadden MuttAmerican ·
Recommended Not Recommended

Only used Coleman fuel so far, works well! Information for the young (16-48)) public school educated Americans, make sure to release pressure only when finished cooking and the flames are completely extinguished. Be aware that the metal cooking grate gets hot. A slightly heavier gauge of metal for the wings and case, even though increasing the weight, would make this item fantastic, almost perfect.


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Can't possibly go wrong JImmy Q ·
Recommended Not Recommended

This is what perfection looks like. I had one since high school (1973) and thought it was time for an upgrade. I'm so thankful for Coleman and their contribution to the outdoors!


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Thank You for Still Making These! CampWisconsin ·
Recommended Not Recommended

Do you want to lug a tank of propane on your camping trip? What happens if you slip and fall? Liquid fuel is much safer for this application. I have lots of old units that are rusty and fussy to start, the new grill was ok. While it is not promoted or recommended by the the manufacturer, I find that Coleman stoves also work great with Ethanol, E-85, which is safer in the winter when it may be used inside a tent (not recommended by the manufacturer), as E-85 has much less CO. It may be a little harder to get going, but I found the dual fuel versions work better with E85 than the original old ones. They sometimes have the flooding / flare up issue where the propane do not. I always say that Coleman Liquid Fuel stoves are not for Millennials, but that is stereotyping....Sometimes OLD technology is still not obsolete, these things were great in the past and are still great. Sorry to hear about defects. I also love the lanterns that they make! I like the fact that parts are available!


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Great design let down by poor build quality Solcutter ·
Recommended Not Recommended

I have just received my second 424 stove I owned one many years ago & I have to say I'm not impressed with the build quality considering the high price. The stove arrived with the generator bar (or attachment) bent I've had to carefully straighten it for it to sit in the hole in the main section of the stove enough for the fuel tank to clip on the front correctly. The front latch top hook was also bent sideways & the hinges are that poor quality you can bend them with your thumb they also don't physically connect to the frame. I live in the UK we focus on quality here but it doesn't seem to be the case in the US if this stove is anything to go by. This is the last time I purchase a Coleman product!


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Hi Solcutter, Thank you for contacting Coleman, the Outdoor Company, and for taking the time to provide feedback on our Coleman Guide Series Dual Fuel Stove. We're sorry to hear that the stove did not live up to your expectations due to issues such as the stove hinges being of poor quality and the front latch top hook being bent sideways. We appreciate you for bringing this to our attention. We apologize for your negative experience with our product. We work passionately to achieve such satisfaction from our customers by continuously improving our products and services. As we are looking for ways to better our product and service, we always ensure that consumers' feedback and concerns are shared with the concerned department. If you have any further questions or concerns about your product, please visit the Coleman website, click on the question mark logo in the upper right corner, select contact us, and you will be directed to our contact form. Thank you very much, and have a wonderful day!

Still going strong Lydia667 ·
Recommended Not Recommended

We've had this a while now. Maybe about 10 years and it's running strong and parts show no need to replace soon. We've only used it with coleman fuel. Wind shields work great, adjust easily and are easy to remove when needed.


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Fell at the starting gate Abner ·
Recommended Not Recommended

Last week I bought a Guide Series 424 dual-fuel stove, similar to that purchased in the 1960s. Right out of the box, following all instructions (and experienced). The right burner lit up with yellow flames, continued with yellow flames after turning down the starter lever, and would not even out to clear blue flame unless I also turned on the left burner. Turn off the left burner, the right burner's yellow flame returns. There is never a steady, reassuring hiss of fuel being burner -- it sputters and chugs. I made a 200-mile trip to buy the thing, and expected to have a working stove. You would expect that, wouldn't you?


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Thank you for posting a review. We appreciate you bringing this to our attention and we are sorry that our Coleman Guide Series® 424 Stove didn't meet your expectations. This is not the experience that we want you to have. It is normal for a Coleman® liquid fuel stove to burn with a large yellow flame when first started. Until the generator assembly is hot enough to vaporize the fuel, the stove will burn with a yellow flame. Once the generator heats up enough, the flame will turn to blue and settle closer to the burner. Under normal use, this can take from 20 to 60 seconds depending on the outside temperature. The colder the stove and fuel, the longer it will take. It is important to have the lighting lever on the side of the liquid fuel stove's valve in the ""up"" position when starting the stove and to leave the lever in the ""up"" position until the flame at the burner turns blue. When the lighting lever is in the ""up"" position on the valve, the fuel mixture fed to the generator contains less fuel and more air than when the lever is in the ""down"" position. Running this lean mixture when lighting the stove allows the generator to heat up enough to vaporize the fuel without building up excess fuel in the burner. If, after the flame at the burner turns blue, you turn the lighting lever to the ""down"" position and the flame at the burner turns yellow again, turn the lighting lever ""up"" for another thirty seconds. The yellow flame indicates the generator is not hot enough. On both liquid fuel and propane stoves it is a proper fuel and air mixture that produces the correct blue flame at the burner. On a liquid fuel stove, outside air and fuel from the generator are mixed at the Bunsen where the generator plugs into the manifold behind and above the burner. On the manifold, right behind where the generator plugs in, there are two holes that draw in air to mix with the fuel on the way to the burner. If either or both of these holes are blocked or if a spider or insect enters these holes and build a nest or web sac inside the manifold, the fuel and air mixture will be incorrect and there will be a large yellow flame at the burner that will not settle down to blue. On a propane stove, there is, under the cook top, a tube that runs from each burner to the valve at the front of the stove. Near the valve end of the tube are two holes that draw in air to mix with the fuel. These holes and the tube near the holes can also be clogged by a spider or insect nest or egg sac. This will cause a large yellow flame at the burner. For either stove, the solution is to run a small bottle or gun-cleaning brush or some pipe cleaners up inside the tube to dislodge the blockage and then to blow the Bunsen or tube clear. Over-filling the fuel tank can also cause excessive flame on liquid fuel stoves. You should always fill a stove tank on a flat, level surface with the generator parallel to the table top. Do not tilt the tank while filling. Inside the filler hole is a short neck reaching inside the tank. The maximum fuel level should always be just below the bottom of this neck. If the fuel level reaches up inside the neck or is enough to require you to tilt the tank to keep fuel from pouring out the filler hole, the tank is over-filled and the stove can flood when lighted. This will cause large yellow flames that will not settle to a blue flame." We hope this helps.

Flame control is woeful Disco ·
Recommended Not Recommended

Bought a brand new 2020 model ‘424’ 2 burner stove and had it shipped from US to Australia. I have a Coleman ‘533’ single burner and a number of Coleman lanterns. So I’m familiar with the products made by Coleman. Very disappointed with a few aspects. Firstly the flame control is woeful compared to the ‘533’. It doesn’t like to simmer on the main burner at all. It’s either flat out or off. Secondly, the steel case is extremely flimsy.


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Thank you for posting a review, and we appreciate you sharing your experience with our product. We understand that it was not the quality you expected. Your feedback is important to us, and it helps us to continuously improve our products and services. If there's anything we can do to assist you, please don't hesitate to contact us at 1-800-835-3278, Monday - Friday from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm CST or you can email through our website coleman.com.

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