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I have a oil lennox funace the line that feeds the oil to

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i have a oil lennox funace the line that feeds the oil to the furnace leaks do i need a whole new burner or can the line be replaced its a 08 140 m1 66 12
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  Daniel Plourde replied 1 year ago.

Hi i am dan I can help you with this. Which line are you talking about is it the pipe from the tank to the burner pump or the small one from the pump to the nozzle. If you could take a picture of it and post it here that would help. Either way you do not need to replace the whole burner