How to Restart an Oil Furnace?

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To restart an oil furnace, turn off your furnace and find the bleeder valve. The fuel line runs into it. Unscrew the bleeder, but don't disconnect it. Place a container under it to catch any excess fuel. Simultaneously turn on and loosen the value to get the furnace going. Press the restart button. Tighten the valve and listen for the furnace to turn on. When it does, tighten it all the way with a wrench.
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Turn off your furnace and find the bleeder valve. It resembles a grease fitting and often is on the left side. It should be easy to identify since the fuel line runs into it. Unscrew
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An oil furnace works like any other furnace. It heats the air or water which is then circulated throughout the building. The oil is just the fuel burned to create the heat.
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An oil furnace works like any other furnace. It heats the air or water which is then circulated throughout the building. The oil is just the fuel burned to create
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