The Hauck StarJet Burner has minimal internal moving parts and is, therefore, relatively maintenance free. Periodically
check the butterfly air valve built into the air tube, the control valves, and their associated linkage for proper operation.
Lubricate all points of movement on the linkage and valve assemblies.
There are grease fittings located on the damper bearings, which should be checked and lubricated once a month.
Burners Fired On Oil:
Twice a year, more often in very dusty conditions, remove and clean the burner oil tube and nozzle assembly as described
Shut off the oil flow to the burner.
Note the relative location of the nozzle with respect to the primary air tube.
Remove the bolts which secure the burner backplate to the burner body.
Remove the burner backplate with its attached fuel tube and nozzle.
Dissassemble the nozzle. Clean all of the components of oil and other foreign material that may be plugging the
nozzle holes. If used with heavy oil, remove the nozzle and soak it in a good solvent to loosen the oil deposits.
Scrape the nozzle body and holes (if necessary), USING WOODEN TOOLS ONLY, being careful not to damage
Reassemble the nozzle assembly and torque the center bolt to 30 inch lbs.
Reattach nozzle to primary air tube.
Reattach the burner backplate to the burner body.
Periodically, check and clean the air openings around the burner front.
To prevent vibration and misalignment, check periodically to make sure that the Secondary Air Sleeve Locking Bolt,
Adjusting Ring Locking Bolts, and Flame Holder Cone Locking Bolts are tight.