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Old 01-26-2011, 05:18 PM
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will it help?

with the 2 days of -12 degree temps we had our furnace decided to temporarily quit working. i know the problem, despite the anti gel stuff we mixed with the oil it still gelled up thick enough to not flow. the oil co tech that came out said we need to keep the tank free of ice n snow. (can anyone guess where this is headed) i can only think of one sure fire way to keep the ice n snow from sticking now remembering to go brush it off is another story
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