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Patton POH2501 The heater has begun to leak oil. The recycling rules in Eugene, Oregon allow disposal of the oil and fixture if they are separated, but not with the oil still in the fixture. How do you suggest disposing of this heater? Thanks.

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Could someone please post a manual for me or send it to me at magilso84@gmail.com I cant figure it out It seems to be running but no heat blows out it does get hot though

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Do you still have this heater? I'd be willing to take it off your hands. Actually, I'm in need of a pair of wheels for my Patton POH2501 and I can't seem to find them anywhere. Care to sell me the wheels?

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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Take a hole punch and knock a hole in each end, one on the top, one on the bottom and drain the oil into a 2 litre plastic bottle. Now you can recycle both!

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