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Monitor heater smells like exhaust

We just changed the fuel pump and in looking for why the heater wouldn't work we may have messed up something else because although the heater works now it blows exhaust everywhere. thanks

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  • cathy_conway Jan 23, 2009

    No, it is a Monitor 441 kerosene heater for a house.  And we finally discovered that it was the gaskets around the fire box.
    thanks

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    You changed the fuel pump on a PC monitor? You may wnat to go to this sites home page and renteer your question. We don't  even know what piece of equiptment you are working on.

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