You are struggling because your Coleman Roadtrip Grill not getting gas suddenly. This is unfortunate. You see, gas troubles with your grill can happen for a faulty regulator, clogged burner units, or defective propane supply.
However, you can instantly fix this issue by reading our guide and enjoy a pleasant road trip. So, let’s start…
Table of Contents
- Coleman Roadtrip Grill Not Getting Gas [3 Easy Solutions]
- 1. Faulty Regulator
- 2. Empty or Faulty Propane Tank
- 3. Clogged Burner or Venturi Tube
- How To Test a Coleman Roadtrip Grill Regulator
- Troubleshooting Coleman Grill Gas Overflow Safety Lock
- How do you know if your propane regulator is broken?
- Where can you get propane tanks?
- How can you light up a Coleman Roadtrip Grill?
- Can you use other gases instead of propane in your Coleman Grill?
- Why is your Coleman Roadtrip Grill is taking too much time to heat?
- Final Words
Coleman Roadtrip Grill Not Getting Gas [3 Easy Solutions]
You have already got the factors behind the problem. Now, let’s head to the troubleshooting.
1. Faulty Regulator
A defective regulator can be one of the prime reasons for gas blockage. In such cases, you can’t fix one all by yourself. Follow the instructions to meet both ends.
- Inspect the regulator itself. You can follow the step-by-step guide from the following segment.
- Sometimes the flow control knob is too tight. It can restrict the gas flow.
- Slightly release the knob to allow a sufficient propane flow from the tank.
- If the regulator is still not responding, replace it with a new one. You can find one in the nearest home accessories or hardware stores.
Note: You can also read how to fix Coleman Roadtrip Grill Yellow Flame.
2. Empty or Faulty Propane Tank
Our experts always advise you to check the propane level before heading out on a road trip with your Coleman Roadtrip Grill. Your tank needs to be at least half full to successfully operate.
Sometimes low gas pressure can result in gas supply failure. On the other hand, faulty tips of the tanks can be yet another reason for the mishap. Whatever the case is, follow the solutions to get rid of the problem.
- First, disconnect the propane tank from the Coleman Grill. If the weight is too much lighter than usual, it can have very little to no gas.
- Change the tank to a new one. It will solve the gas pressure issue. You can also use a pressure meter to check the gas pressure properly.
- Sometimes the tips can be jammed for some reason, restricting the gas flow. In such cases, you have nothing to do. You will have to replace the faulty propane gas.
3. Clogged Burner or Venturi Tube
After some rough and heavy usage, the burner of your Coleman Roadtrip Grill can get clogged. Due to the flame tamer, you can’t even see the clog. Also, the venturi tube can be damaged due to heavy pressure.
It can result in complete gas supply failure. Instances like these are very dangerous. Call your dealer or the Coleman Support Center for further support. As for the clogged burner, follow the solutions shown below.
- Take out the grills and the flame tamer. Inspect the burner.
- Take a spider brush and clean the gas holes of the burner. If the clog is greasy, clean it with soap and water.
- Always remember to dry out the components. Any kind of moisture can develop rust.
- Turn on the grill after cleaning.
How To Test a Coleman Roadtrip Grill Regulator
You can check your Coleman Roadtrip Grill regulator by following these simple steps.
- First, disconnect the regulator from the grill. Connect it with a propane tank.
- Then, connect the receiving end of a manometer with the other end of the regulator.
- Now, connect the manometer to the grill.
- Slowly release the regulator and allow the gas to flow through the manometer.
- Observe the pressure. If the gas has a stable pressure, then your regulator is good to go.
- Otherwise, you will see abnormal readings. It indicates a fault in your regulator. In such instances, you will have to change it.
Troubleshooting Coleman Grill Gas Overflow Safety Lock
Sometimes, you can accidentally trigger the Gas overflow safety mechanism of your Coleman Roadtrip Grill. A sudden rise in the gas flow automatically triggers this safety feature to avoid further damage.
You can trigger it by releasing the propane tank in a fast motion. Rest assured, you can fix it by following the steps shown below.
- Disconnect the propane tank and the control valve from your Coleman Grill.
- Leave it idle for at least 5 minutes.
- Now, reconnect the connections again.
- This time, release the control knob very slowly for the first few seconds. Then, release it in a normal motion. Your Coleman Grill will start working again.
How do you know if your propane regulator is broken?
Once you release the knob, you will smell some propane. Also, when you turn on or off the burner, you will hear a popping sound. This indicates that the propane regulator is broken.
Where can you get propane tanks?
You can find it in any convenience store. Make sure that you know the right requirement for your Coleman Roadtrip Grill. A standard 16.4-ounce camping propane tank is just about the right requirement.
How can you light up a Coleman Roadtrip Grill?
Your Coleman Roadtrip comes with electronic ignitors. First, release the gas regulators and then press the ignition button. You might need to press it multiple times.
In damp weather or for other reasons, your ignitor might not work. In such a scenario, you can use the matchstick holder to light up your Coleman Grill with a matchstick.
Can you use other gases instead of propane in your Coleman Grill?
Experts don’t usually recommend using other gasses like Butane instead of Propane for your Coleman Roadtril Grill.
However, in tight situations, you can use other natural gasses. The flame quality and heat will differ though. Check the details before switching to other gasses.
Why is your Coleman Roadtrip Grill is taking too much time to heat?
Coleman Roadtrip grills run on Propane. They also need some time to heat up. You will have to close the lid for 3 to 4 minutes, keeping the gas lightened up. It will heat the grills accordingly. Yes, it does take a bit of time. But the wait is worth it. Sometimes you might find the heat a bit too overwhelming. Cooking fatty food can be an issue for the overheating grill.
Congratulations! You have now learned all the ways to solve your ‘Coleman Roadtrip Grill not getting gas’ problem. You can fix such issues in no time. You might also face other issues with your Coleman Roadtrip Grill. Reach out for further help.
Lastly, make sure that you double-check everything before hitting the road. Share with us your best Coleman Roadtrip memories, thoughts, feedback, and more in the comment section down below. Till then, happy holidays!
4 thoughts on “Coleman Roadtrip Grill Not Getting Gas [3 Easy Solutions]”
My Roadtrip grill won’t light after it rains.(even when under a shelter) There is no gas flow. Works the following day.(usually)
Is that a regulator issue?
First, make sure your propane tank is full or at least half full and the tips of the tanks are ok. Then, check the burner & venture tube & ensure the burner of your grill is clogged free & the venturi tube is damaged-free.
However, if still the issue isn’t solved, then check the regulator following our instructions on how to test a Coleman roadtrip grill regulator section in the article.
If you get the regulator is faulty, replace it to solve the problem.
Hopefully, you will get the solution.
Wish you all the best.
I had my grill f or several years and bever had a problem
until this past weekend, As soon as I screw my propane bottle on
propane comes shooting out under burner plate, and when i unscrew
bottle residual come back out of stove
Thinking bad regulator?
First, check the regulator following our instructions on how to test a Coleman Roadtrip grill regulator section in the article.
If you get it faulty, replace it. But when you find the regulator is ok, take help from a technician to solve the issue.
Wish you all the best.