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Excessive running noise

Is there an obvious cause for the Stanley Superstar to be very loud (roaring) in use - and is there a practical solution

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    John Rodgers May 11, 2010

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Yes there is. i take it that it is an oil fired pressure jet.
the fuel pump pressure needs to be set at 9 bar. run it for 10 mins and fit gas analizer to flue. ajust air to return 11% co2 and lock off you will find that the roaring has gone.. it needs a service by an oftec chap

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