EMERGENCY PROCEDURES - Continued.
Emergency Shutdown - Continued.
(2) If Engine Failure Occurs - Continued.
(d) Clean spark plug and attempt to re-start.
(3) If Burner Failure Occurs.
If burner failure occurs, proceed as
Verify that HEATER FUEL VALVE is fully clockwise.
Check for lack of fuel or contaminated fuel.
Adjust HEATER FUEL VALVE. Drain contami-
nate from fuel filter. Attempt to re-start burner.
Check spark plug. Change/clean and re-gap plug to 0.070.
Attempt to re-start burner.
Check mica window. Clean if necessary. Attempt to
If above steps do not re-start the burner, and freezing is
possible, refer to page 2-40.
(4) Any Other Emergency.
TO shutdown decontaminating apparatus
for any other emergency, proceed as follows:
(a) Extinguish burner by turning THERMOSTAT SELECTOR
switch to OFF.
(b) Wait as long as possible before stopping engine.
(c) If time permits, flush unit per page 2-40.
(d) If freezing occurs, proceed
Emergency Repair of the Water Tank.
The use of clamp patches is for emergency
can make permanent repairs.
(1) Repairs can be made to tank
with thawing procedures per
when filled with water.
(2) Open accessory kit for water tank and select proper size clamp