2-7. ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE - Continued.
uses a variety of fuels. To prevent fire or explosion, follow
allow any flame-producing
smoke when mixing fuel.
fill fuel can past top weld
material within 50 feet during fueling.
line, it could leak.
Remove fuel can from decontaminating apparatus and place on ground
Panel must be in place before replacing heater fuel can.
The burner uses as primary fuel, leaded or unleaded gasoline. Alternate
fuels include: kerosene, jet fuel, diesel fuel, or any mixture of these.
Because of the lower volatility of the alternate fuels, ignition of the burn-
er unit at temperatures below 70°F may be difficult and result in wet-foul-
ing of the spark plug.
When the ambient temperature is below 70°F, the
primary fuel, gasoline, will be used until operating temperature has been
achieved (approximately 5 minutes).
Thereafter, one of the alternate fuels
may be used.
Install full heater fuel can (2) into position as shown.
Remove lid from fuel can (2).Store lid under fuel can handle.
Place heater fuel can lid assembly (3) into position on heater fuel
Lock heater fuel can lid assembly (3) onto heater fuel can (2) by
holding upper lock (1) while turning bottom lock (4) clockwise until
tight. Bring both handles of upper lock together to tighten lock.
Be sure fuel lines (5) are not kinked.