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My oil heater leaks oil. Can it be repaired?

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Generally yes the leaks may be fixed if not cracked or rusted or damaged physically.

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Hi Our Delonghi Rapido heater has just started leaking oil, maybe a mL or 2 a day. Can this be repaired?


When a compresser leaks oil it is dead. If this is an air/heat unit you are out of luck. If anything I said does not match the facts of your system disregard my comment.

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As far as it being a danger is concerned ... only for a slip and fall situation. Yes, it can be repaired, but it would mean draining all the oil after finding the leak, so that it can be repaired. And of course, it would have to be refilled after the repair is made. Personally, I'm not a big fan of repairing leaks in oil heaters. As, my experience has been, if it leaks once it will leak again from another source. Replacing it, is the optimal thing to do. Plus, you will then have a warranty on the heater.

iI you decide to repair it rather than replace it, you can use a product called JB Weld. Which you can find at most any auto parts store. Follow the manufacturer's instruction on the tube when using it. Be sure to drain all the oil in a very clean container, that can be lidded, while the repair is made. You Do Not want he oil to become contaminated.

Hope this helped you to solve the problem, one way or the other.

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There are some "experts" on here that would tel you it can be repaired. And certainly, the leak could be repaired, but refilling the heater with the correct oil and in the correct amount, is a **** shoot at best. I look at it this way ... If it leaked once, it's going to leak again, in a different place. So, it's really not worth repairing. Get a new one.

Hope this helped you. Please let me know. Thanks.

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Unless you're a welder. I don't think so. In addition, ALL the oil will have to be drained from the heater and then replaced, which could be a real headache. Personally, I wouldn't undertake it as a DIY project, with the expectation of success. Check to make sure, the heaters not still under warranty, as this leak is a manufacturing defect. Unless, you did something to cause the leak.

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The heater is filled with oil and it is leaking....you will need to dispose of it and buy a new one... it is not repairable...

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