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My boiler ran out of oil. now i have filled the tank it does not start

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Try pressing the 'reset button' (usually red), on the furnace itself. If there are two copper lines coming from your oil tank the pump should bleed itself. Click on the link below to read more:

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A 2 line system will self bleed, the air out of the line, it may take a cycle or 2, if it shuts off hit the reset button, but no more than 3 times.
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