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Message posted by maryn07/5/2006 at 7:08pm
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Has anyone got the cadac that screws into the campingaz 907 cylinder?? We've used one for the last couple of years but this time it won't stay lit....hubby has fiddled (as they do) to no avail and I ended up getting a new long piece with valve on end to replace the other one...and it still doesn't work - the gas is getting through enough to light it but then stays lit for max 10 secs....any ideas....think I'll just bin it and stick with the cgaz party grill - at least I know its gonna work...

Message posted by Cas5407/5/2006 at 8:29pm
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Oh Mary ........ sorry can't help, but may I suggest you buy a Cobb - not screwing to worry about there  .............

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Message posted by dianebb7207/5/2006 at 8:54pm
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think I saw something on another post about having to clean the jets where the gas comes out, if you do a search you might find it

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Message posted by maryn08/5/2006 at 5:16pm
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...thanks cas!! I don't take it camping now as its too bulky but use it at home....diane - which jets can you remember I'm trying to track the post down.....cheers

Message posted by rinty08/5/2006 at 9:28pm
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Quote: Originally posted by marynov on 08/5/2006
...thanks cas!! I don't take it camping now as its too bulky but use it at home....diane - which jets can you remember I'm trying to track the post down.....cheers

The jet is at the bottom of the stem, where the holes are to allow air in. It's a small brass nut type thing with a hole in the middle.

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Message posted by sacman09/5/2006 at 9:49am
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Could be any part of the bit between the cylinder and the burner. Check the regulator and the jet mentioned above.

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Message posted by maryn09/5/2006 at 11:35am
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...thanks, no regulator as it screws into 907....think it might be jets around the plate that you light it as it will light but not stay lite...

Message posted by romany09/5/2006 at 11:58am
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 Know its rather stating the obvious but you are sure the cyl has gas in it and not been given an empty by mistake

Message posted by maryn09/5/2006 at 1:50pm
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...def nearly full, checked it with the one I take away too and its the same....

Message posted by sacman09/5/2006 at 4:22pm
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No Regulator !!! are you sure? Mine is connected to 907 bottle and has one, it screws onto the top. Without it the pressure would be too high and would blow itself out.

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Message posted by maryn09/5/2006 at 5:49pm
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we have the one that attaches directly to the 907 via a straight screw in pole, ie unscrew handle from 907 and screw in attachment, the cadac plate then sits on that - has no "legs", the tube is a special pressure adapter...worked great for last 2 years/summers....fairdo's you don't see many about....

Message posted by maryn09/5/2006 at 5:57pm
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...on the outdoormegastore there is a campingaz party grill max thingy which they say is similar to the older high pressure cadac skottle bbq - thats what we have I've decided - also comp to win one on here I think...
looks like this sort of thing ebay no.8803823337     but is cadac not cgaz..


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