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Fix Number FIX12051598
Manufacturer Part Number 70-006-0125This Fuel Cap is an OEM approved replacement part. This part is compatible with many forced air kerosene heaters made before 2014, for full compatibility, please see "Model Cross Reference List" below. This part is designed to keep fuel in the tank. If your heater is leaking around the cap, or if your cap has cracked, it may be time to replace the fuel cap. The cap is made out of black plastic, is 3" in diameter and 1.5" tall. Each cap is sold separately
Fix Number FIX10492319
Manufacturer Part Number 75-047-0200This is an authentic OEM replacement part. This cooling fan is designed for use with the Sun-Stream Protemp Portable Oil Fired Radiant Heater.?The purpose of this fan is to prevent the machine from overheating during operation. You should regularly inspect this part to ensure it is in working order. Any time you find a chip, crack, or any kind of damage to this fan it should be replaced. This fan is made of plastic, and it is sold individually.
Fix Number FIX10492325
Manufacturer Part Number 75-075-0200This is a genuine OEM replacement part sourced directly from Sun-Stream. Spark plugs turn electrical current into a spark, that spark is used to ignite the fuel mixture inside your heater. We highly recommend that you inspect your spark plug while you are doing regular maintenance, so you can clean or change the part when necessary. If you don?t properly maintain the spark plug you may have trouble starting the heater. Check your model specific owner?s manual to ensure you have gapped the spark plug to the appropriate distance before installing it. This spark plug is sold individually.
Fix Number FIX10469009
Manufacturer Part Number 70-056-0100This is an authentic OEM replacement part from Sun-Stream. This hardware kit is commonly used on portable heaters. The kit includes the handle that attaches to the main body of the heater, as well as two cord wraps, and the screws required to install these parts. The handle and cord wraps are made of plastic, and the screws are made of metal. You will require basic hand tools for removal and installation.