Hello and thank you for any advise anyone may be able to help me with here.
I pretty much know the answers, though some more experienced brain might just save me extra frustration and time here.
So after finally getting my stove to work and create some heat it started to push water
into the stove and seems as if the tank is filled with water
or possibly enough to dilute the fuel
to not ignite. I know,,,, drain tank and clean it.
I'm assuming I should also drain the fuel
My main question (and I feel it's a pretty stupid one) What kind of detergent should I use when cleaning
And where can I get rid of what comes out?
The tank is about 60 gallons. When I am done, how much fuel should be enough to put back in. I'm not planning to take it anywhere during this winter and I'm wondering about more condensation
in the tank. What might I be able to do to combat that? I'm in Portland Oregon
, it's pretty moist here during the winter.
Again, thank you for any advise....