Matt Montgomery: thank you for the installation instructions, it's going perfect right now heating up my 25x40 shop very nicely.
juan sanchez: thanks for the tutorial I just got my heater today this good for future changes.
Tyler Durden: Thank you for the help, works great, warm again.
Piper43078: should have cleaned the tank.
Rachel Pavlov: thank you so much was so useful gave me confidence to do it on my own
Shelby: Husband replaced wick after watching your video but when he lit the heater the flames were much too high and would not turn off. He had to pour water on heater to put out flames. What went wrong? Is the heater any more good after water enter unit?
james showacre: My wick got wet while replacing how long with it take for my wick to dry and can I reuse it
SweptEdge: Greate video! I just got one that is the same type. This will come in handy. Thanks
SK Kevin Young: Very informative is there any way you could set the wick in higher rather than replacing the old one? I am going to find out. I am headed to the garage to fix mine.
Rick Winkel: Mine is not shutting off easily with auto shutoff. How can I fix it?
Regina “Gina” Brooks: Thanks for the info. I did as you said and presto, I'm done...that was too easy..let me find another one to fix...Gina the handywomen. Took about 5 or so minutes...GOT HEAT ???
CheAna Frazier: THanks for the video! I really needed this tutorial. You're a life saver :) Thanks!
Bob Chamberlain: one important and helpful hint, that was missed, there are three small philips screws just outside of the wick, should be removed (and the cover it holds) in order to get easy access to the wing nuts. on this model. otherwise it is very difficult.
Susan Rogers: I found a heater similar to this one yesterday, a bit larger for $20 at the thrift store. Had no idea how to change the wick, thanks for posting this video, I have successfully changed the old wick out with no problems. I'm going to use veggie oil in mine, it's free and it works!