Changing oil furnace to 2 line

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  1. thunderhead

    thunderhead New Member

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    I have a Beckett AFII oil burner. The tank is lower than the pump and I can only run a couple minutes before it gets air in the pump and have to bleed it out again. Manual says to use two pipe system if tank is lower. It also says to insert a plug in the pump. Where does this plug go? I am trying to attach a pic of the pump. I think the bottom two fitting are in and out, so after I find where to put the plug all I have to do is run a line from the outlet back to the fuel tank? TIA
     

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