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Coleman 414 dual Fuel Electronic Ignition Powerhouse

Discussion in 'Other Models' started by Martin T., Jan 8, 2017.

  1. Martin T. Germany

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    Here is another find from the last Summer. A 414 Powerhouse dualfuel stove with Electronic Ignition! Never Seen this before! Extremely nice condition and workes perfect. I guess there not so many models with this kind of Ignition. I hope you like it! Sorry no flame shots because IT is in use in my fathers campingcar.

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  2. kerry460

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    nice . i did not know they were produced with electronic ignition .
    very handy .

    kerry
     
  3. Blueflame Canada

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    Is there a date code on the fuel tank?
     
  4. itchy United States

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    I don't remember ever seeing an ignitor like that, thanks for bringing it to our attention.
     
  5. Martin T. Germany

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    Yes i was surprised by seeing that Kind of ignition! I wonder why they don't Made more of them. In Summer time it workes very well. Sure ther is a date on the Tank and im Sure on the case, too. But i have to Post it another time because the stove is temporary a few miles away. Next time im there i take some pic! These 414 also the normal ones are very Hard to find here in Germany. They are much better for family camping because of the bigger pots and Pans that can be used on them.
     

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