TX-916-16 oz. Propane Camping CylinderEXPLORE PRODUCT
VIEW STEP-BY-STEP DIRECTIONS
Cooking with a camp stove and Bernzomatic propane is a great way to prepare great-tasting meals in the great outdoors.
- Read our General Safety Precautions in the Information Center before starting your project.
- Read the instructions that come with your grill and the cylinder label before use.
- Set your camp stove on a flat, level and stable surface away from anything flammable.
- A portable windscreen can help your stove stay lit in windy locations.
- Always store fuel in an upright position after completing your project.
- Ensure fuel cylinder is pressed firmly into base, if necessary.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- TX-916-16 oz. Propane Camping Cylinder
- LTR300-Premium Flexible Lighter
- Keep a fire extinguisher or water source nearby in case of emergency.
- Propane-fueled camp stove
- Safety glasses
- Work gloves
- Bernzomatic 16 oz. Camping Propane Cylinder
- Bernzomatic 8 Ft. Appliance Extension Hose
- Dishwashing soap
- Water (Optional)
- Step 1Turn the fuel control knob on the stove to OFF. Attach the Camping Propane Cylinder to the stove’s CGA600 Connection.
- Step 2Follow the grill’s lighting instructions. If a lighter is needed, try the Bernzomatic LTR300 Premium Utility Lighter with a windproof flame. Adjust the grill’s regulator knob to the desired degree of heat.
- Step 3Place your food on the stove and adjust the heat as desired. Propane burns faster than gas in traditional gas stove, so be sure to have a backup cylinder of propane on hand.