Re: Fuel for Coleman F1 lite (and GoGas canisters warning)
It's always to check cartridges in advance by attaching them to the stove and lighting it. This can be difficult on long trips but I try and do it somwhere after buying a new cartridge just in case it won't work properly. I've never had a problem with a cartridge myself but I have been with people who have - with different stoves and different brands of cartridge. Just sometimes it seems that the pin on the stove and the depth of the valve of the cartridge don't quite match.