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How to Replace Oil Strainer on your Furnace

Oil has particles and impurities in it which will plug up and clog your furnace nozzle. A clogged nozzle simply cannot supply the appropriate amount of fuel to oil burner of your furnace. Learn how to keep the oil flowing and your furnace running smoothly by changing the pump strainer which filters the oil.

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