Rachel Pavlov: thank you so much was so useful gave me confidence to do it on my own
SweptEdge: Greate video! I just got one that is the same type. This will come in
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?
Rochelle Adams: Thanks this was helpful.
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
Regina 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 ???
h bohrer: It's daytime and he's burnin' gasoline to light up his workbench. My Kinda
SK Kevin Young: Yes you can, I raised mine about a quarter of an inch. It works just like
it did when it was new.
turboedDC5: Have the same one and it's a pos. Go through 2 wicks a season. It's a
spoiled bitch and smokes whenever I use cheap pump kerosene.
Gary Stopp: I have changed the wick and my heater is smoking? What could cause smoking
Fugitive Irons: Gloves are nice, but it wont kill you if you dont wear them. Lol
Rick Winkel: Mine is not shutting off easily with auto shutoff. How can I fix it?
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!
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.
theIAMofME: Great video! We are expecting an ice storm this weekend and just bought
one. I know it will be awhile before I have to change the wick but, wanted
to make sure I knew just in case and found your video. Besides manufacturer
recommendations in the manual, how often do "you" think the wicks need
changing? Hours of use, etc.
CheAna Frazier: THanks for the video! I really needed this tutorial. You're a life saver
Teresa Barnhart: Ok thank u
TheJerryBarton: Question....I am having problems with my heaters...I change the wicks and
they work great for a day or so and then they hardly burn after that...Ive
tried buying kerosene at different places...ive tried a kerosene
additive......It barelay throws off heat...if I turn them off I cant get
them to light or they just burn in one spot on the wick...Im putting the
wick in the right way and Ive never had trouble before with it until this
year...ive tried 3 different heaters of mine and they all do the same
thing...could it be the wicks Im buying...maybe they are cheap...they are
the right ones for the heaters...ive checked everything and no on else
seems to know whats wrong...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.
John Sullivan: Very helpful thanks for the video
Teresa Barnhart: What size wic or serial # does this unit take to replace?
amosunknown: So, my set button doesn't shut off the heater. I don't know that it really
ever did. Any ideas how to get the little lever inside to catch again? As
it is I just jostle it some to wobble the weight and it'll shut off
properly... The last person to change the wick had it set pretty high I
think, (we bought it at auction), will it just be forever smoky or will it
even out? At least I think it was installed high... it's pretty smoky/fumy.
nzinga zindua: How safe is Vegetable Oil in Kerosene Heater? And are there other oils
(less expensive) that can be used in Kerosene Heater? Thanks for vid.
Vickie Carpenter: VERY informative and a good view of what you were doing!
I DID think you said you were going to give us info on where to buy wicks
at a good price but I didn't see/hear it...
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