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My radiator leaks oil after turning it on for about 10 mins. It worked ok for about 20 days, how can I fix the problem?

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These are sealed units and should never leak or need refilled. If the unit is only twenty days old I would suggest that you return it to the store you bought it from and try another one. Sorry this is probably not the answer you wanted to hear but it is just the way they are, a sealed unit.

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