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Homemade Babington Ball Waste Oil Burner Boiler Furnace Part 1

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Homemade Babington Ball Waste Oil Burner Boiler Furnace Part 1
Homemade Babington Ball Waste Oil Burner Boiler Furnace Part 1
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First run of my Babington Ball Burner. My plans are to incorporate the controls from a Becket oil gun and the boiler it was installed in to make this turn on and off automatically.
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