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I have a heater that was given to me that after taking it out of the box would not turn on. It is brand new and i can't see any signs of damage. Any ideas? I can't even find the manufacturers contact info. Not sure if it is possibly manufactured by someone else - like Patton? Any suggestions on fixing it would be helpful.
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I use a SnapOn Universal joint coupling Plug spanner. With that, I can get in at odd angles. Method. Be careful not to damage the oil cooler and radiator fins! Remove, Lower and upper cowl and wind guard. Remove oil cooler upper mounting bolts and wire harness guide. Disconnect fan motor sub harness (2 pin) and remove radiator upper mount bolt. Remove the radiator from the upper and lower brackets by moving it to the left, then move the oil cooler forward as an assembly. Remove the air guide from the oil cooler bracket and cylinder head cover. Disconnect the spark plug caps. Clean the area with compressed air to ensure no debris enters the engine. Remove the plugs and check/clean/set/replace.
hi , i have to ask why would you want to refill it , if the heater is leaking its rarely econamical to fix the leak and repair it , most of the oil heaters ive worked on were filled with vegetable oil .