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Dayton 600,000 btu heater oil fired

I need a print of the pump that is connected to the motor can you help me?

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Re: Dayton 600,000 btu heater oil fired

Throw a gas can in a fire it is alot more the manufact

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Re: Dayton 600,000 btu heater oil fired

I have a 600,000 btu oil fired heater, will not come on, but i can make it come on manually,

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Have a Dayton 600,000 BTU and it has a delayed ignition. It fills up with fuel before it lights. When it does light there is a big cloud of smoke. Any suggestions on why it does this.

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Time for an overhaul kit --plug--- fuel filter 2--air filters -- pump vanes assembly and clean the flame sensor--- at your local lawnmower repair shop!

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I need a service manual for a Dayton oil fired 350,000 BTU heater.

I have a manual for a Dayton 3E218E. If you want a copy email me at and put "HEATER MANUAL" in the subject line. I can scan it in and email it back to you. This manual is for 2E510F, 2E511F, 3E218E and 3E219E. I also found a great web site for parts for all these models as well:

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Wat the hell is wrong with my dayton heater?170,000 btu oil fired...wont stay runnin?on shut down puffs like a mutha....

Most use a spark plug to ignite fuel it could need cleaning. You also could have water in fuel or dirt
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If the fan was working, but the fan is not working now after replacing the whole kit, then something was installed incorrectly during the installation, possibly the rotor gap or rotor thickness is not correct or vane/vanes installed 90 degrees off.

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