An oil burner is a mechanical device used to combine fuel oil with the proper amount of air for combustion and deliver it to the point of ignition. When installing the burner nozzle, make sure that the proper size nozzle for the installation has been selected. Electrodes are adjusted at the time of manufacture, but they should be checked when the unit is installed to make sure they are set to the burner manufacturer's specifications.

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