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1585 Undersized Fill Lines - Water Heaters - Oil Tanks Burners and Venting
 
1585 Undersized Fill Lines - Water Heaters - Oil Tanks Burners and Venting -

Image Text: Vent pipe > fill pipe > oil tank > cold oil is viscous so thinner oil is used with exterior oil tanks > the larger pipe between the tank and the house reduces the chances of the line getting clogged up > floor framing > foundation wall > a 2 inch steel line is used between the tank and the house and for another 4 feet INSIDE the house before switching over to the smaller tubing > shut off valve > oil filter > 3/8 inch copper tubing (typically) > to furnace > basement

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