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I Have oil filled heater that has been sitting in the garage for three years and I lost any instructions were with it been with it,is there anything special I need to know bwfore I plug it in. Thanks

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I take it that what you have is a space heater. Which would mean yes there are somethings you will want to check after three years of storage. First of all would be the oil buner which is ignited by a step up transformer located in the rear of the heater. There is a box on top of the blower that you can open you will see two electrodes and two tabs off the transformer. Sanded those with a light peice of sand paper. That will make sure your firing system has good contact, other than that you can't tell until you fire it up. That amount of time in storage could have gummed up the feul pump or anything else mechincal or elec..

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