CONTROL PANEL - Continued.
Burner Choke Control - Continued.
(a) Inspect burner choke lever (2) for cracks and rust/corro-
Replace if damaged.
(b) Inspect lead (4) for kinks
(a) Lubricate new lead (choke
(item 4, Appendix E) .
cable) (4) and
(b) Bend one end of lead (4) inner wire into
lever (1) with oil
Z shape as
Connect cable end to burner choke arm (10).
(c) Position lead in clamp on burner (9). Make sure lead is
under washer (12) and bolt (11).
Handtighten bolt (11).
(d) Position lead (4) through control panel (1).
(e) Screw lead (4) outer casing into lever (2) while guiding
inner wire through cable clamp (3).
To prevent misadjustment of lead, lever must be against cable stop (choke in
open position) before tightening cable clamp screw.
With lead lever (2) rotated so that lever is against cable
stop, tighten screw (5) against choke cable (4) inner
Bend lead (4) inner wire around cable clamp (3) to pre-
vent cable slippage through clamp during use.
Position lever (2) on control panel
washers (6), two lockwashers (7),
Tighten bolt (11) on burner (9).
Rase lever (2) and ensure burner
Release lever and
returns to full open position.
(1) and install two
and two bolts (8).
choke goes to fully
ensure burner choke