If you have an oil monitor in your home, you may be wondering how to read it. Here is a quick guide to help you understand your oil monitor.
The first thing you need to do is find the reset button. This is usually located on the back of the monitor. Once you have found the reset button, press it and hold it for three seconds. This will reset the monitor and allow you to start fresh.
Next, take a look at the display. You will see a series of numbers and symbols. The numbers represent the amount of oil in your tank and the symbols represent the different types of oil that are available. For example, the symbol for kerosene is a K and the symbol for gasoline is an G.
To read the monitor, simply match the numbers on the display with the corresponding symbols. For example, if the display reads “1K” then you have one gallon of kerosene in your tank. If the display reads “3G” then you have three gallons of gasoline in your tank.
It is important to note that the oil monitor will only display the amount of oil that is in your tank at the time the reset button is pressed. It will not display the amount of oil that was in your tank when the monitor was last reset. This is why it is important to press the reset button every time you fill up your tank.
Now that you know how to read your oil monitor, you can be sure that you always have enough oil in your tank. Be sure to check your monitor regularly and press the reset button whenever you fill up your tank. This will help you avoid running out of oil and keep your home warm all winter long.