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Where do you refill the oil at

Wht type of oil

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Oil heaters are not meant to be refilled. The oil is inside the heater already. If you need to add oil, the heater is defective. Do not use it.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

  • pjspjs Jan 17, 2011

    What a dipstick to say that. I have a radiator that my stupid builder emptied when he moved it by mistake. So all it needs is filling as per the instructions I have and it will be fine but what type of oil is it.
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