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Oil refill Can I refill a Delonghi oil electric heater ? If yes, with which oil ?

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    All the all has drained from my heater over the years. I need to refill it.



    Please advise what oil to use.





  • Grams Kerns
    Grams Kerns Oct 09, 2012

    i have one that had water instead of oil .i too was wondering if i could refill it.

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SOURCE: set time on delonghi oil filled portable heaters and set start and finish times

It was very tough to find the actual manual online for your modle in English. However, you can call Delonghi customer support:
DeLonghi Customer Support: (800) 322-3848
Delonghi does have manuals for some models on their site. Take a look at this link, the model might be similar enough to yours to be able to get the information you need.
http://www.delonghiusa.com/search_results.cfm?sp_q=oil+filled+heater&sp_p=all&sp_f=ISO-8859-1&sp_w_control=1&sp_w=alike&sp_a=sp1003e79d&sp_c=5
Hope this was helpful.
have a great day!

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Heater turned over and oil spilled out. What kind

if thats the heater im thinking of it is a closed system, you do not refill.

Posted on Apr 16, 2010

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SOURCE: DeLonghi oil heater model HMW2400TG

one of three things are common causes of this problem ...most likely, dust builds up enough to block air flow then the unit will overheat inside .. that will trip a thermal breaker .. the breaker will reset when the unit cools .. if that problem continues then it may trip a permanent breaker .. if that happens the unit will stop working .. take the unit outside and blow the dust out of it with air pressure.. .. another common problem is if the fan bearings start to freeze then the fan wont run fast enough to maintain proper air flow .. lubricate the fan front and back bearings with light machine oil or sewing machine oil .. don't use WD40 or oil containing teflon .. the lube life is about 5 years so yours is way overdue for oiling the bearings if you haven't done so yet.. a third problem that is common is the electrical connections inside the heater are made with crimped on rivets .. the rivets loosen sometimes with age and a hot spot is created at the loose connection (you might even see sparks there) .. that can also trip the thermal breaker and is generally not repairable at reasonable cost ...

Posted on Aug 15, 2010

SOURCE: I just bought a delonghi column heater from

no oil to add

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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SOURCE: need Manuel for DeLonghi Oil-filled

http://www.delonghiusa.com/downloadpdf.php?nid=25

Posted on May 04, 2011

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