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SEEMS LIKE WHEN IT GETS ABIOUT HALF EMPTY WITH FUEL. IT STARTS KICKING ON AND OFF. AND IT WILL BLOW SMOKE. WHEN IT KICKS OFF THE FAN IS STILL RUNNING

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Replace the nozzle and check the fuel filter - if this is a kerosene heater. under the access plate is a round filter - remove it completely or change it.

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