Question about Reddy Heater-40,000 BTU Kerosene w/T'stat
Psi all i can get ,drained tank do i need fuel for setting pressure
Fuel is not necessary to set the pressure.
If you can't get more than 2.5 you either have an air leak or the rotor/vanes are worn. Remove the airline from the elbow at the pump and plug the elbow, run the pressure screw all the way in. If the pump is OK and there are no leaks the pressure should go up to about 10 psi.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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