Oil Burning Steam Boiler
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Summary

The oil-burning steam boiler burns oil (or any other flammable liquid) to generate steam to power machines. You will need to fill both the water and fuel reservoirs by connecting it (via fluid pipes) or with buckets of water and oil. Note that the steam pressure gauge will not increase if another machine (including a steam tank) is consuming all of the steam produced by the boiler.
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Recipe

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