REMOVE/lNSTALL BURNER HEAD ASSEMBLY (CONT)
Death or serious injury could occur if fuel is not handled
carefully. Use in a well-ventilated area away from open
flame, arcing equipment, ignition sources, heaters, or exces-
sive heat. Engines must be turned off and cool before re-
fueling. Use proper refueling procedures and equipment to
avoid spillage. Do not run engines near open fuel con-
tainers. Do not use fuel as a cleaning solvent. DO NOT
3. Remove four screws (1) and lock washers (2). Pull off carburetor (3) and
Small amount of fuel may be spilled during this procedure. For complete
move out of the way.
removal of carburetor,
4. Disconnect ignition cable (4) from igniter assembly (5). Remove igniter assembly from burner
head assembly (6).
5. Loosen hose clamp (7) and disconnect combustion blower air duct (8) from burner head assem-
6. Remove five screws (9) and pressure pads (10) and lift out burner head assembly (6). Gasket (11)
may stick to flange of burner head assembly. If gasket is not damaged, it may be reused.