The engine uses a variety of fuels. To
DO NOT allow any flame-producing
DO NOT smoke when mixing fuel.
DO NOT fill fuel can past top weld
DO NOT prime a hot engine.
prevent fire or explosion, follow these
material within 50 feet during fueling
line. It could leak.
Remove fuel can from decontaminating apparatus and place on ground
All fuels damage MOPP clothing. To prevent possible agent contamination,
DO NOT let fuel touch MOPP clothing.
Mix fuel in well-ventilated location, preferably outside.
The engine on the unit is lubricated by oil mixed with gasoline.
than the recommended amount of oil will result in serious engine damage due to
Using more than the recommended amount of oil will
cause spark plug fouling,
erratic engine operation (poor carburation), and
excessive carbon accumulation or excessive smoke.
Be sure to observe cleanliness procedures in mixing fuel.
Even a very small
particle of dirt can cause carburetor trouble.
Dont use multi-grade oils or
other automotive oils that contain large amounts, of detergents.
Your unit is powered by a 2-cycle engine and requires a fuel mixture of
gasoline and 2-cycle engine oil.
The proper fuel mixture is, a quart of oil
with 5 gallons of unleaded or regular leaded gasoline.
After adding oil to
the gasoline, shake the fuel container vigorously to mix the fuel well.
In the event 2-cycle oil is not available,
use a good grade of SAE 30 non-
detergent oil (SE).