Proper “Clocking” of valve Assembly

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Proper “Clocking” of valve Assembly

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Might be a rookie question, is there a correct position for valve assembly in relation to filler and or pump ?

I’m aware of the newer 200a collars have a red arrow indicator for filler cap. Is that the gold standard?

Do the different style breaks in the 200a stay all the same

Also, any comments on the 220’s positions..
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Re: Proper “Clocking” of valve Assembly

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It varies by the lantern model, especially US 242s.
US and Canadian lanterns vary as well
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In general U.S. models have the pump to the right of the valve wheel. The Canadian models have the pump to the left of the valve wheel. Hope this helps.
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Clocking is the first thing I notice on a lantern... If it's off it drives me nuts... Even Coleman screwed it up at the factory often 🙄 it can be dented and rusty but it better be clocked correctly 😁
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Re: Proper “Clocking” of valve Assembly

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For the Canadian models that only applies to the 200 models and early 335. For the 242/249 series it could be either. Those aren't consistent.
arizonacamper wrote: Sun Apr 25, 2021 3:35 am In general U.S. models have the pump to the right of the valve wheel. The Canadian models have the pump to the left of the valve wheel. Hope this helps.
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US models 242 JR, 242A, 242b, 243 and 243A were clocked with the pump to the left of the valve wheel. They moved the pump to the right of the valve wheel on the 242Cs.
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Sorry for the bad info I was thinking 200-220-228 excetera
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