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When the motor starts air bleads from the inside the plastic caseing. The tank will fill up and the motor will stop but it takes long to reach that point. What can I do to fix my problem?

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Take off plastic and you probably have leaky fitting very common to

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Hi blaineandhea,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your statement is: You ran out of oil,so got more oil in tank.blead the lines.but now you cant get pilot to start

Every oil burner I ever worked on had a type of spark ignition. No standing pilot. If this is the case for you then the only reason it won't turn on is that the lines weren't properly bled. It only takes a little bubble to ruin the day. Don't be afraid to blead lots of oil, you should be catching it anyway to put back in the tank.

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