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Kerosum Omni 105 kerosine heater

I have a kerosun omni 105 kerosine heater and I have no idea how to see if it works. My ex husband left it in the garage and I could use it if I only knew how. I am a bit worried about just trying to ignite it with out any idea of what I'm doing. Is there anything I should do first befor I add kersoine and ignite it. Thanks

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Re: Kerosum Omni 105 kerosine heater

Hola tengo una toyotomi omni105 y quisiera comprar la mecha y tamien la de una modelo rc-11d,e/rad10n soy de cordoba donde me tengo que comunicar con el proveedor

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