Can My Oil Furnace Burn Diesel Fuel?

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Most likely your oil furnace can burn diesel fuel. Diesel fuel and heating oil used to be the same thing but now diesel fuel has less sulfur. It is okay to use diesel fuel in your oil furnace as long as their are specific instructions not to.
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