How To Replace A Kerosene Heater Wick Tutorial




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Eric Williams: Thx !!! it was very,very helpful . greatly appreciated .

Jody Sephus (Jodysephus): Ill never buy another one of these sorry designed pieces of crap! Good tutorial though, thanx

Jody Sephus (Jodysephus): Ill never buy another one of these sorry designed pieces of crap! Good tutorial though, thanx

LiveHealthyWealthy: Good information! I would mention that it's recommended to let the new wick absorb kerosene for at least 30-60 minutes prior to the first lighting. Always slide the burner back and forth to make sure it's seated properly after ignition as well. One last thing to try before changing a wick is to let your heater burn out of fuel. This seems to clean up soot buildup and can burn more efficiently afterward.

bricknboxer: Once the heater is disassembled and the old wick is removed, take the time to clean the tank. The slightest amount of water in the fuel tank will foul your new wick. Water blocks the ability of the wick to pull the fuel up to the top.
Remove all remaining fuel in the tank. Swish a cup of denatured alcohol around the tank and pour it out. You can save a good wick that's water fouled by removing it, pour denatured alcohol over it, wring it out, allow it to dry and then reinstall.

Joe Heher: this video really was helpful for that I thank you

Joe Kurinzi: trying to find answer on a low flame ,wick is soft ,soaked ,adjuster knob turned up ,k -1, new redstone heater 1 week old worked good 4 days then wont go to 1/2 inch flame

Ed Krause: thank you sir this was very helpfull

berkmanyt: Let it it for 30 min after wick install and the flickering probably will not be present…..wick needs to absorb fuel….thanks walt

David Partlow: helped a lot.. thanks

RJ D: Thanks, man

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

Joseph Alfieri: Great video!! Huge help. You saved me $144 for a new heater versus the $9.88 for the new wick.

Roger Neff: If not covered, an easy way to loosen thumb screws is with a use of a strait-slot screwdriver. Place the tip between the threaded screw and the "wings" of the nut. Use the fulcrum (sry spl?) of the tool to your advantage. 
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