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Heater wont work

I have a Dayton kerosene turpedo heater model 3E218C - 100,000 BTU, which I purchased approximately 14 years ago and the problem is when I plug it in it will not ignite, I want to know where I can buy parts

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    clean the fuel filter with air . pull the fuel pick up hose out of the tank check if its good. blow out the fuel system with air. presureize the tank with a little air and plug in be careful . usualy blows flames for a while . good luck

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Dayton heaters. com?
14 years old? dayton still exist?
Stop trying to blow self up--go buy new one

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