Hello Do these claims here ring true? http://www.ebay.com/itm/PELLET-STOVE-SYNTHETIC-BEARING-OIL-ANDEROL-465-PP5400-WHITFIELD-ENVIRO-/160953769352#vi-content or http://www.pellet-stove-parts-4less.com/Anderol_465_Synthetic_Bearing_Oil_PP5400_p/pp5400.htm ITEM: 2 Fluid Ounces of ANDEROL 465 Synthetic Bearing Oil, in a reclosable dropper bottle APPLICATION:This synthetic oil is required by FASCO for lubricating the bearings on many of their motors used on pellet stoves. To see if you need this type of oil for your pellet stove motor, look on the motor. If it requires it, it will typically say,"Oil every six months with Anderol 465" (or L465). FASCO advises to not use any other type of oil on their high temperature service motors, such as paraffin based "paraffinic" oils and "Napthenic" based oils. Some of the more common names of those types not recommended would include: Mineral oils, Penetrating Oils, Zoom Spout Oil™, WD-40™, 3 in 1 oil™, Mystery Oil™, Gunk™, Liquid Wrench™, and many others. Some FASCO motors have sealed ball bearings and do not require oil. Required by Fasco for all of their high service temperature motors that have oil port. But good for all types of pellet and wood stove parts. The use of petroleum based oils may cause premature bearing failure on your motors. This is not a petroleum based oil so this meets that standard.