Question about Milwaukee Tool Master Heater B200 Series 200,000 BTU Master Kerosene Salamander / Torpedo Heater B200BT
What I just did was a bit easier, I opened the cover, tilted it up to about 45 degrees and sprayed the WD-40 on the front of the shaft. It fires up fine now. I did notice that the shaft seems to have a very slight bend which is probably the cause.
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
Remove the outer cover and then the plate at the back of the motor, then lube the back of the motor and the inside of the plate with a lubricant spray. (wd40) put it all back together.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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