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I have a Dynaglo 95c.. I am trying to replace the wick: but the wick assembly will not come off..

I can lift it about 3/4 of an inch up. then it stops upon further investigation I noticed that there are 2 metal pins sticking out in this track that is at an angle... It will only lift to these the top of these pins then it stops and will not come off the base... do these pins fold up or push in?? PLEASE HELP ME... its freezing at night and I cant afford an whole new heater I just barley got the wick and some kerosene... THANKS, Jim

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  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2016

    The Dyna-Glo 95C is a RMC, round, white kerosene heater!! From what I've seen the wick replacement procedure is similar on most models...

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The person who installed the wick did it improperly. The tails should be down in the tank.

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Here's a link to an Owners Manual for a Duro Heat unit that is very, very similar to your DynaGlo RMC95C-4. I feel pretty confident that this will help you. After you download and print it compare it closely to your heater. http://www.yourheater.com/DH1010-1%20Manual.pdf

Hope this helps you.

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