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No. It comes correctly filled from the factory and usless it would develope a leak should never need oil. Thanks for using FixYa and for the generous rating.

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Posted on May 05, 2010

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Pelonis oiled filled heater ho-0218 won't heat up


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WHERE DO YOU ADD OIL TO THE HEATER AND WHAT KING D OF OIL DOES IT USE?


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How do I add oil to help heater warm better??


they are a sealed heater you can't add oil to get more heat, if you can must be a new type i haven't seen, but if not hot enough throw away and buy a heater that works they work on the principal that an element heats the oil and runds on an internal thermostat to control temperature of oil, your element may be starting to deteriate the same as hot water you only notice with hot water as it starts to not heat the water as much and you feel this in a shower or bath but you won't notice the same in oil heater it won't heat as it has and it may also be the thermostat, inside heater i wouldn't even bother trying to repair waste of time and money i would buy a proper working heater prefrably one that could be fixed to go better after its starts to deteriate a lttle

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Do you ever have to add oil if so where is the fill cap


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Where do you refill the oil at


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well, somebody once told me that if you add a quart of oil to 5 gal of kero, it makes a good diesel substitute. So, in theory, I would add a little ethinal (corn gas) to the kero.

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