A: I purchased a converter and I use a standard size propane bottle. This makes it more affordable to use then the small bottles.
A: Thank you for the question. No, propane bottles for our Coleman Sportster Propane Grill are sold separately.
A: 26 wide and 36 1/2 long
A: The folded dimensions for the Coleman® Road Trip Sportster Grill: L 26" x W 17" X H 11"
A: The Coleman Road Trip Sportster Propane Grill does not have a carrying case, because of the collapsible, wheeled stand that makes this grill easy to take wherever you need it.
A: There is not a carry bag to go with the Coleman® Road Trip Sportster Propane Grill @ Target. Once the handle is locked in position, the grill can easily be moved to any location in your campsite or backyard, with the attached wheels.
A: Hello, Anne. Thank you for reaching out to us with your inquiry. We value your continued support on our products. We understand that you want to know how to clean the Coleman® Sportster Propane Grill without scratching the surface. We would be delighted to answer your inquiry. Please be advised that the cooking grate can be cleaned immediately after cooking is completed and after turning off the grill. Wear a barbecue mitt and scrub the cooking grate with a damp cloth. If the grill is allowed to cool down, cleaning the grate will be easier if removed from the grill and cleaned with a mild detergent. If you have other concerns about your product, such as its warranty, may contact us directly so we can get you the best resolution. Have a wonderful day.
A: Hello there! Thank you for reaching out to us with your inquiry. We understand that you want to know if your need to use the Char-Broil Universal 4' Tank Hose and Adapter with our Coleman® Sportster Propane Grill. We would be delighted to answer your inquiry. Please be advised that this grill has a built-in regulator to connect it to a propane tank. However, if you want to connect it to a 20-pound propane tank, you will need to use the Coleman® High-Pressure 5-ft Propane Gas Hose. We hope we were able to answer your question. Please let us know if you need further assistance. Thank you and have a wonderful day.
A: Hello there! Thank you for reaching out to us with your inquiry. We understand that you want to know where you can obtain the instruction booklet online for your Coleman® Sportster Propane Grill. We would be delighted to answer your inquiry. Please contact us directly for the manual for this grill, and we will send it to you. Please let us know if you need further assistance. Thank you and have a wonderful day.
A: Hello, Betty Lou. Thank you for your question. We understand that you are asking the inside dimension of Coleman® Sportster Propane Grill. We'd like to let you know that the grill's dimensions are 12.87 H x 18.37 W x 27.75 L inches, and it weighs 27.77 LB. We hope we were able to answer your question. Please let us know if you need further assistance. Thank you and have a wonderful day.
A: Thank you for the question. There are three possible causes for your grill to have little or no flame. The first two are related to use of your grill with refillable propane tanks (not Coleman's 16.4 oz. propane cylinder)...The third cause may occur with either refillable or non-refillable cylinders. The first is the use of a new refillable propane tank that has been improperly filled. New tanks must first be purged of air before being filled with propane. Purging requires that the tank be filled with a small quantity of propane then emptied. The propane, being heavier than air, will force all the air out of the tank during the emptying and leave only propane vapor in the tank. The tank can then be filled and, when used, the tank will emit only propane vapor. If the tank is not purged, the air in the tank will be emitted into the grill first and will either not burn at all or burn with a very, very low flame. It can take over an hour to vent the air from a non-purged propane tank through a grill's regulator and valve. Always make sure a new propane tank is purged before filling. The second is the operation of the Overflow Protection Device that is now required on all refillable propane tanks sold in the United States. This device is built into the tank and prevents too much propane from being put into the tank. It involves a float that rises on the liquid propane in the tank and shuts the valve if too much propane is put into the tank. Though this device is primarily used when the tank is being filled, it can also activate if the tank is tipped. Most propane cylinders on grills are stored below the grill body itself on a plate just above the wheels. If the grill is tilted when being moved, the moving liquid propane in the tank can cause the float inside the tank to rise and activate the OPD. This will shut off the flow of propane through the valve. The third is the operation of the surge protection device built into the grill's grill's regulator. All Coleman® Grills grills have the surge protection device. This device cuts the flow of fuel to the grill if a sudden increase in propane flow is detected. This is to prevent a large venting of propane if the hose or valve on the grill is damaged. This device is also activated if the burner valves on the grill are in the open position when the valve on the tank is opened. Always make sure the knobs are in the off position before opening the tank valve when starting the grill. If either one of the knobs are in the open position, the surge protection device will activate and the flow of fuel to the grill will be very low. . Have a great day.
A: Thank you for the questions. No, the nuts of our Coleman Sportster Propane Grill are not self tightening.
A: Thank you for your question. We're happy to help you with your inquiry about the Coleman Sportster grill dimensions. The grill height from top to ground is 30 inches, width from left to right is 25.2 inches and the depth from front to back is 16.1 inches.