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From what I been reading about that kinds burner is that it is a common thing to have that mess in there when Bio is used. Mix some gas or kero in the fuel. I don't think it will need much.akdale said:I also am interested in burning WMO.
I currently am running an m1941 in my shop. My 55 gallon tank is inside the same building about 10 feet from the stove.
I drilled out the oil inlet orifice to about 3/32" and the oil still shuts off when I turn the knob off.
Before I drilled the office, I did not get much of a burn---Not much heat---
After I drilled it, my heat increased, but not enough to make anything glow like it does on gasoline and oil.
After about 8 hours of running on WMO, I have to turn the stove off and vacuum out the burner pot. There is a crusty build up in the bottom of the pot that does not let the fuel vaporise properly.
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