(3) Inspect burner fuel system for the following:
(a) Clogged or damaged strainer (8).
(b) Hoses (1, 2, 5, 6, and 9) are punctured, cracked, or not
securely attached to fittings.
Loose hose fittings cause
leaks and prevent the system from operating properly.
(c) Gasket (4) is worn, frayed, cut or torn.
(d) Lid assembly (3) is damaged, threads are stripped or fuel
hose connections are bent.
Replace damaged fuel
defective components as follows:
hoses one at a time to prevent hooking to a wrong
Disconnect defective hose (1, 2, 5, 6,
Trace defective hose to its termination
tiedown straps (7) as required.
Install new hose from lid assembly (3)
or 9) from lid
to termination point.
Secure hose by installing tiedown straps (7) (item 10,
Fuel Hose Repair.