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Where can I get a parts for a Dayton 55K salamander ????

I have a Dayton 55K kero sallamander heater that needs a new fuel filter and I don't know where I can get parts. Please help.

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Hello, go to this web site and they have the parts you need.
http://www.reddyparts.com/default.htm
Any more questions please ask. Good luck.

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