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To prevent personal injury, install guards over all
exposed rotating parts.
Stop engine before adjusting or repairing engine or
Do not wear loose clothing when working around engines
To prevent hearing damage, wear ear protective devices
if working inside an enclosed engine room with engine
Wear protective glasses, clothing, hat, respirator or other
protective items when necessary.
When using pressure air, wear protective face shield and
clothing. Use 205 kPa (30 psi) maximum air for cleaning
Do not smoke while refueling. Fumes from fuel are
Do not smoke when observing battery electrolyte level.
Batteries give off flammable fumes.
Be sure engine room is properly ventilated.
Do not allow electrolyte solution to contact skin or eyes.
Electrolyte solution is an acid.
Do not attempt repairs you do not understand. Follow
equipment. Use proper tools.
Remove all tools, electrical cords and other loose items
from the engine before starting.
Wipe up spilled oil, fuel, coolant or other liquids.
Provide adequate and safe waste oil disposal.
Store oily rags in fireproof containers. DO NOT leave
rags on engine.
Never store flammable liquids near the engine.
To prevent accidental starting, disconnect and tape the
battery ground lead before working on an engine.
Never start an engine with the governor linkage
When starting an engine after repair, make provisions for
shutting off air supply, to stop engine, in case there is an
overspeed on start up.