Spare oil burning parts are available at several online retailers, such as The Heating and Cooling Warehouse by Air Dynamics, located at heatingandcoolingwarehouse.com, Aubuchon Hardware at hardwarestore.com and Sears Parts Direct at searspartsdirect.com. Each shop carries both common parts and hard-to-find components for specific models.
The Heating and Cooling Warehouse by Air Dynamics, for example, carries nozzles and nozzle wrenches, Beckett, Dongan and Allison transformers, GE and Emerson motors, and filters by Honeywell and Skuttle. At Aubuchon Hardware, those looking for spare burner parts can find fuel filters, a variety of valves, pressure regulators and burner controls. This store also lists features and benefits of each piece of equipment to make it easier for consumers to choose the best option available.
Sears Parts Direct tends to be more model specific, offering a search function that displays available parts for particular models. The parts list is fairly extensive though, and includes substitution suggestions as well as detailed diagrams of the burners that help consumers identify specific parts by shape or by location in the burner.
Some of the online retailers even carry accessories for oil burner maintenance, such as smoke bombs for checking for leaks, tune-up kits and soot destroyer sprays.