Question about Heating & Cooling
Switch the damper (Oven / direct flue) knob to direct flue and turn the oil heat control to 2. Remove the bung and dip the wick through the hole into the oil. Remove the wick, light and place back through the hole into the oil burner. Remove the wick and snuff out in holder on door. Check burner is alight - if not repeat or switch off oil. After 30 mins change damper knob to oven and set oil flow to desired setting.
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