In fairness to all, we don't discuss pricing on the Wall. Thanks for your cooperation.
Unfortunately last week we ran out of oil. I called and the next morning it was delivered. My husband bled the line and started the heater just for it to stop working a few hours later. After looking he saw there was no filter so he went to lowes and bought one and added it himself. Now our heats been working great but when it kicks on the whole house fills with an oil smell. Is it dangerous? we have a one year old and I'm pregnant. And if anyone has any suggestions as to what's causing it and how to fix it that would be great because my husband is a plumber and doesn't know much about it.