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Old 01-15-2009, 04:36 AM
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water in heater kerosene

I have a torpedo heater that has been out of commision for awhile. I recently fixed it and noticed there is some water in the kerosene. The heater works but spits and pops from time to time. The lower the fuel gets the more it pops and spits. At the time i fixed it, the fuel was close to 5 bucks a gallon and i didnt want to drain it out. However there is less fuel in the tank now and i either want to drain what is remaining, or a better solution would be an additive that would disapate the water from the fuel. Does anyone know of an additive that would take the water from the fuel? Thanks for the help
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