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Need more oil for heater

How do you replace the oil in the radiator heater?

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The oil inside these heaters is suposed to be sealed inside it's coils, if coils has a hole in it then just adding the silicone oil back to it is not going to help much , there is a void at the top of all these heaters to allow for heat expansion

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