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Charlie, I know this thread is over three years old but I too am interested in getting a PDF copy of the Hi Seas diesel heater manual from you if possible. I am new to Sail net this month and this is my first posting. If it is available please respond and i will send my email address. Thanks

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Will, welcome to sailnet! I may be able to help you when you are able to take and post photos. I use photobucket to post pics here. it's easier then posting from you computer. There are only a few ways for diesel heaters to be built. so we should be able to help you cobble up something to get you warm
this discussion may help out, assuming you need help that is.
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Hi Howard. If you still have the Drawings for the metering valve, I would greatly appreciate a copy. I am new to Forum and not sure best way to send / receive PDF manuals. Thank you
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One "simple" questions regarding the Hi-Seas diesel heater wick. .... When I remove the Ignition Hole Cover and open the damper plate, I can see the "wick material lying on the bottom of the Buner Assembly "box".
Is this normal? I always visualized a wick to be vertical, (like a candle wick).
Heater appears to operate well, (after I replaced the Pulse Pump), just wanted make sure that the wick hasn't fallen down to the bottom.
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One "simple" questions regarding the Hi-Seas diesel heater wick. .... When I remove the Ignition Hole Cover and open the damper plate, I can see the "wick material lying on the bottom of the Buner Assembly "box".
Is this normal? I always visualized a wick to be vertical, (like a candle wick).
Heater appears to operate well, (after I replaced the Pulse Pump), just wanted make sure that the wick hasn't fallen down to the bottom.
Any input is greatly appreciated. Cheers,
Troyvan
You mean the wick lies in the fuel? Yes, seems right that it would be longer.. they get short pretty quick. the old type lasted longer the new ones made of Fiberglass turn into real glass like beads where the flame burns.

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