(8) Rotate lever (8) clockwise to cIose carburetor choke
It may be necessary to prime the carburetor with primer pump (9) for:
After running out of gasoline
After a period of nonuse
Wear approved ear protection equipment within 25 feet (7.6 meters) of
operating heater. Failure to do so may result in impairment or loss of
hearing. Before starting engine, make sure burner control knob (3 in
figure below) is in STOP position. Failure to do so may result in prema-
ture ignition (explosion), creating a burn hazard.
(9) Wrap starter rope around engine flywheel flange. Pull quickly to start engine. Repeat if neces-
(10) As engine warms, gradually move lever (8) counterclockwise to open position.
(11) Adjust handle (5) for desired air flow.
(12) Close and latch front half hood (2).
To Operate Heater.
(1) Open access door (1) of bulkhead half hood (2).
(2) Push down on burner control knob (3), Observe through inspection port (4) that burner ignites,
If burner fails to ignite within 5 to 10 seconds, pull upon burner control knob. Wait 2 minutes
for blower to purge burner of unburned fuel and vapor. Repeat lighting procedures. Tempera-
ture selector indicator (5) should be in low position. If burner does not ignite on second attempt,
increase temperature selector indicator (5), to 2 or 3 by turning knob (6).