Stopping the Gasoline Engine. Stop the gasoline engine (refer to figure 2-5).
Loosen knob (1) and adjust throttle control (2) and operate engine at idle speed for approximately three
Place ignition switch (3) in OFF position.
Close fuel control valve (4).
Operating the Pump Assembly.
Prepare the equipment for operation (para. 2-9).
Extreme care must be taken to prevent fuel from coming in contact with the manifold or
muffIer before, during, and after operation. Fuel in contact with these areas may cause
fire or explosion.
Start the gasoline engine (para. 2-10).
When the engine is warned up and the pump is pumping fluid, adjust the throttle control (figure 2-1) to
obtain the maximum output of 100 gallons (378 liters) per minute.
2-13. Refueling Procedure. (Refer to figure 2-6).
Death or serious injury could result is fluid is not handled carefully. Use in a well-ventilated
area away from open flame, arching equipment, ignition, sources, heaters or excessive
heat. Engines must be turned off and allowed to COOl before refuellng. Do not smoke.
a. Stop engine (para. 2-11).
b. Lower lever (1) and remove fuel tank adapter (2).
c. Unstrap fuel tank (3) and remove.
d. Replenish fuel supply in tank (3).
e. Install fuel tank (3) and secure to frame (4).
f. install fuel tank adapter (2) and raise lever (1)