Easy Turn Black Knobs allow you to adjust the heat just the way you want it. Heating 50 gallons or a salmon fillet, no problem - you are in control!
The 3 sided windscreen is sure to keep the wind from blowing out the flame. It will keep the heat on the food and add additional protection from unwanted accidents.
The nickel plated grate allows you to use pots, pans, a griddle or a grill box on the stove. These sturdy grates can hold a lot of weight and are nice and wide so that its easy to clean around the burners, if needed.
Powerful individually cast aluminum burners are sure to be the best burner you've ever cooked on! Each burner pours out 30,000 BTU's, which means you get a lot of heat fast. If you are canning or boiling 50 gallons of water, you've got the power to do it. Cooking salmon? Don't worry, these burners allow you to control the heat and will cook anything perfectly.
Camp Chef has a large list of accessories for each of their stoves. Towel racks, untensil holder, carry bags, patio covers just to name a few!
Your stove packs up easily so you can take it with you to the cabin, family reunion, or the big game.
Whether your canning, Dutch oven cooking, or simply boiling up some corn. Camp Chef stoves are built with any cooking situation in mind.
Simply add on a barbecue grill box accessory and you've turned your stove into a powerful grilling machine.
Cook salmon, steaks, pancakes, bacon, burgers - the list is endless. By adding a griddle to a Camp Chef stove you have got one powerful tool. Feed any size group with our various size griddles for your stove. All part of Camp Chef's modular cooking.
Professional Grill Box
Steel Griddle (includes only one)
Carry Bag for 3 Burner Stove
Roller Carry Bag
Watch this short movie to view how to set up or take down your Expedition 3X.
Simple Steps to Lighting Your Stove
1. Connecting Regulator Hose:
The first step is to attach the regulator hose to the stove by twisting on the flare fitting to the stove fitting. Hand tighten then use a crescent wrench and give it a full turn until tight.
The second step is to connect the hose to the bulk tank. Simply fit the black plastic knob to the brass fitting twist on until tight.
2. Testing the connection
Make sure all valves on the stoves are off. Slowly open the valve on the bulk tank - gas will fill the hose.
Apply soapy water to the brass fitting where the hose connects to the stove. If you see any bubbles - you have a leak. Re-tighten with crescent wrench and test again. If problem persists turn off the gas and contact Camp Chef.com
3. Lighting the stove
Slowly open the valve on the bulk tank - using a match or other lighting devise place near the burner, turn the stove knob to warm, the stove should light. Adjust your heat and cook away!
Solving Low Flow Mode
1. Turn off the gas on the propane tank.
2. Unscrew the hose from the tank.
4. Check the connection from the hose to the stove. Use a crescent wrench to make sure it is tight.
3. Reconnect hose to tank.
4. Open the valve slowly! - If it is done quickly it will go into low flow mode.
5. Light your stove.