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Ran out of heating oil, resupplied, won't start

Ran out of heating oil (kero), got resupplied and furnace won't restart.

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YOU NEED TO BLEED IT,ITS AIRLOCKED,OPEN THE NUT ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BOLIER AND LET IT SLOWLY FLOW OUT UNTIL IT STOPS BUBBLING,THERE WILL PROBABLY BE ABOUT 50-60 ML COME OUT,THEN PUT NUT BACK ON AND WIPE UP AROUND.IF NOT TRY BLEEDING THE RADS

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Most likely air in the lines. you'll ahve to bleed off the air to make full of fluid then it should restart. Look around the pump area for a bleed valve and keep a rag handy to wipe any splatter or spill. Your pump may also have a hand pump actuator to pull in fuel but it may require priming in either kind of application.

You may be able to get some tips and help from the people you bought the fuel from.

My advise is if you cant see or understand this or any advise they give you its time to be safe and call out a qualified repairman and watch what he does.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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