How to Change a Kerosene Heater Wick?

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Kerosene wicks are usually fed into a screw-like device that forces the wick upwards. To change, feed the old wick up while pulling on it to remove it. Install the new one by feeding it into the same place but from the bottom or inside the unit.
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1. Place the unit on a flat surface, such as a coffee table. Remove the gallery assembly and then gently remove the burner. 2. Twist the outer wick tube by twisting counterclockwise
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To replace a kerosen heater wick, be sure the old wick is removed first. After this is done, cut the new wick to size. Be sure that is enough to hang in the lamp and allow absorbtion
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Here you go, follow these directions, Lot's of info, and help from DH if needed ? http://www.yourheater.com/WickChangingIn….
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Adding an eyedropper full (1/3rd teaspoon) of 91%+ alcohol per gallon of red dye kerosene helps to keep the wick cleaner. However, this may reduce the life of the wick.
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1. Place the unit on a flat surface, such as a coffee table. Remove the gallery assembly and then gently remove the burner. 2. Twist the outer wick tube by twisting ...
1. Place the unit on a flat surface, such as a coffee table. Remove the gallery assembly and then gently remove the burner. 2. Twist the outer wick tube by twisting ...
1. Place the unit on a flat surface, such as a coffee table. Remove the gallery assembly and then gently remove the burner. 2. Twist the outer wick tube by twisting ...
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