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Gas One GS-3400P Portable Dual Fuel Stove – Propane and Butane Compatible – Camping Grill/Stove with Carrying Case, Adjustable Burners, and Wind Guards

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  • Dual Fuel Capability: Compatible with both butane (fuel not included) and propane fuel (fuel not included).
  • Fuel Options: Operates on a single butane cartridge (8 oz) or a propane cylinder (16.4 oz). Propane converter regulator included.
  • Convenient Ignition: Automatic piezo-electric ignition eliminates the need for lighter/matches to ignite the flame.
  • Easy to Use: The GS-3400P stove features an adjustable heat dial and automatic piezo-electric ignition for hassle-free operation.
  • Safety First: Built-in pressure sensor cartridge ejection system and gas flow cut-off mechanism (butane). Cartridge will be ejected when irregular pressure is detected.

Additional information

Brand Name

‎Gas One

Model Name


Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

14.29 x 12.5 x 3.74 inches

Package Weight

‎2.18 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎13.5 x 11.2 x 4.4 inches

Item Weight

‎3.1 Pounds

Warranty Description

‎1 Year




‎Alloy Steel, Metal

Suggested Users


Number of Items


Model Year


Included Components

Stove, Propane Converter

Sport Type

‎Hunting, Outdoor, Tailgating, Camping

Gas One GS-3400P User Guide

Introduction: Welcome to the user guide for the Gas One GS-3400P camping stove. This guide will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to use and maintain your GS-3400P stove. Whether you’re camping, hiking, or simply enjoying outdoor activities, this versatile and reliable stove will be your trusted companion.

  1. Safety Precautions:
  • Read the instruction manual thoroughly before using the stove.
  • Only use the stove outdoors in a well-ventilated area.
  • Keep flammable materials away from the stove.
  • Ensure the stove is placed on a stable and level surface.
  • Never leave the stove unattended while in use.
  • Keep children and pets away from the stove.
  1. Setting Up the GS-3400P:
  • Choose a suitable location for your stove, ensuring it is away from flammable materials.
  • Attach the propane converter regulator to the stove if using propane fuel.
  • If using butane fuel, insert an 8 oz butane cartridge into the stove.
  • Ensure all connections are tight and secure.
  1. Operating the Stove:
  • Turn the heat control dial to the desired temperature setting.
  • Open the gas valve on the propane cylinder or the butane cartridge.
  • Press the piezo-electric ignition button to ignite the flame.
  • Adjust the flame height using the heat control dial.
  • Always monitor the stove during operation and adjust the flame as needed.
  1. Maintenance and Cleaning:
  • Allow the stove to cool completely before cleaning.
  • Use a mild detergent and a soft cloth to clean the exterior surfaces.
  • Clean the burner and any clogged parts with a brush or a toothpick.
  • Regularly inspect the stove for any signs of damage or wear.
  • Store the stove in a clean and dry place when not in use.
  1. Troubleshooting:
  • If the flame does not ignite, check the fuel source and connections.
  • If the flame is weak or inconsistent, check for clogged burner holes and clean if necessary.
  • If the stove produces a strong odor or unusual sound, turn off the gas immediately and seek professional assistance.
  1. Conclusion: Congratulations! You have successfully learned how to use and maintain the Gas One GS-3400P camping stove. Always prioritize safety and follow the guidelines provided in this user guide. Enjoy your outdoor adventures with the convenience and reliability of your GS-3400P stove.

Note: For more detailed instructions and safety information, refer to the official instruction manual provided with your GS-3400P stove.