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Hi: I have a intertherm oil furnace model number M1a060700217. The question i like to find out we can change the motor to burn regular furnace oil iinstead of furnace light can this be possible.

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Not a good idea unless you change to a smaller nozzle and adjust the air to the combustion. The furnace was designed for the lighter #1 oil,right? I'd stay with that.
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