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    Default buried oil tank question

    What is not a clue that the oil tank is buried outside?

    a)oil filter & shut off valve emerge from basement wall
    b)filler pipe and vent are not right next to wall outside
    c)you cannot find the oil tank inside
    d)the flue is high efficiency plastic

    **from what ive found, the filler pipe and vent do not need to be next to the wall. And Ive also read that the flue cannot be plastic.....

    THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: buried oil tank question

    Cmon, If you don't know that one you should be doing a little more studying.
    There is only one that has nothing to do with a fuel system.
    Are we going to do all your reports for you too?


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    Default Re: buried oil tank question

    oops , just read the other tread.
    Ryan, The flue has to do with a combustion appliance.
    It may be fired by by oil from a buried oil tank,but the flue pipe itself has nothing to do with the buried tank.
    Unless it was installed by the 3 stooges, who by the way are still alive and well and building houses all over the country, NYUKNYUKNYUK


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