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Coleman Propane Fuel Tank - 2 Pk.

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$5.79

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  • Allergens & Warnings:
  • Extremely flammable. Fire/explosion hazard. Contents under pressure. Carbon monoxide hazard. Carbon Monoxide Hazard: Burning propane can make carbon monoxide (CO). CO is invisible, has no smell and can kill you. Burning propane in a tent, camper, van or other enclosed area can be dangerous. Use only in well-ventilated areas. If you experience headache, drowsiness, or nausea, turn unit off and get fresh air quickly. Never use when sleeping. Follow appliance instructions for proper use. Federal law forbids transportation if refilled - penalty up to $500,000 fine and 5 years imprisonment. This fuel, and by-products of combustion of this fuel, contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Fire/Explosion Hazard: Contains enough gas to cause serious fire, explosion, and burns. To reduce chance of liquid or gas leak, or explosion: Before Use: 1. Check cylinder and appliance seals. Never use with damaged or missing seals. Discard cylinder if dirt or rust particles are in valve area. 2. Turn appliance control valve off. 3. Hold cylinder upright while attaching. 4. Attach outdoors away from pilot lights, flames, sparks, or other ignition sources. They can ignite leaking gas. 5. Hand tighten only. Over-tightening may damage seals. Never use tools to tighten. 6. Check for leaks in one or more ways: Apply soapy water to connections. Look for bubbles. Listen for hiss of escaping gas. Feel for extreme cold. Smell for rotten egg odor. Do not use if leaking. 7. Read and follow appliance instructions. During Use: 1. Use upright when possible to prevent flare-ups. After Use: 1. Turn appliance control valve off. 2. Let appliance cool. 3. Detach cylinder when not in use. 4. Detach outdoors away from pilot lights, flames, sparks, or other ignition sources. They can ignite leaking gas. 5. Replace cylinder cap to keep valve clean. In Case of Fire: 1. Leave area quickly. 2. Call for emergency help. 3. Let cylinder burn out.