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Old 02-16-2016, 02:35 PM   #1
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Not sure if anyone can help me but I have a 1979 17' Boler and the original Coleman Furnace Model # 4312-729. Well I am looking for a connection piece called the Orifice and the dimension is .038 I know it is old and Coleman does not make the furnaces anymore or have the parts, but hoping to find one through this forum. Appreciate any help or advice.

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Old 02-16-2016, 04:42 PM   #2
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Try ' repairclinic.com ' they have many Coleman furnace parts.
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Old 02-21-2016, 09:44 AM   #3
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I don't know if they will have the part, but it might be worth an email. They are the Coleman warranty centre for Canada. I got a part for a vintage lantern I still use. The place is called Cross Country Parts. Home
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Tim, Why do you need the part? Missing, Damaged, Pluged up ?
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Try ' repairclinic.com ' they have many Coleman furnace parts.
Thanks for the info Bob, unfortunately they do not have the part I need. Still trying!
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Tim, Why do you need the part? Missing, Damaged, Pluged up ?
Hi Darwin, it broke off when I was tightening it, have no luck finding this little part anywhere. Last resort might be going to a machine shop to have it made, but not sure if it will be worth it.
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I don't know if they will have the part, but it might be worth an email. They are the Coleman warranty centre for Canada. I got a part for a vintage lantern I still use. The place is called Cross Country Parts. Home
Thanks Tim, I will give them a call next week.
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The orfice is so small I doube if a machine shop could drill a hole small enough. Is there a way you could JB Weld it back on?
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The orfice is so small I doube if a machine shop could drill a hole small enough. Is there a way you could JB Weld it back on?
I actually thought of doing it that way myself but was advised not to. Especially if we decide to sell the boler. It comes down to Safety while using propane in such small quarters. I actually found an Orifice .042 but I need .038
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Well, I guess you can buy a drill bit that size. Didnt know that until I looked it up a minute ago.
Solder the bigger hole shut then drill the a new hole through the solder to .038

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