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Posted by Anonymous on
Yes it loses volitility, but i think you have water that you are trying to burn. Completely empty the tank and go get new kerosene. The can you have could have water in it as well. Water gathers in any tank or can, from condensing water over the spring, summer and fall months the heater is not used. With a fuel change you should be as good as the first day you used your heater.
Hope all goes well, and stay warm.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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