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Section
4:
Opecation
[n an
emergency,
use
the
original
shipping
carton
as a
7.
Cut off aHHcarton
flaps.
8.
Cut out
one long side of carton
to expose
muffler
side
of unit as shown
in Figure 7.
Wil
[MPORTANT:
The
generator
must
be
at
least
5 ft.
(H52
cm)
from
structures
having
combustible
walls
and/or
other
combustible
materials.
Leave
at
least
3 ft.
(92
cm)
all
around
generator
incHuding
overhead,
for
adequate
cooHing,
maintenance
and
servidng.
WANNING
DO
NOT
touch
hot
surfaces.
Allow
equipment
to
cool
before
touching.
The generator
must be at least
5 feet from
structures
having
combustible
walls
and/or
other
combustible
materials.
Keep at [east 3 feet
of clearance
on alI
sides
of generator
for
adequate
cooling,
maintenance
and servicing.
Reflective
exhaust
heat may damage fuel tank
causing fire.
Remove
sheker
when
temperatures
are above 40°F
[4°C],
9.
Cut
appropriate
shots
to
access
receptacles
of
unit.
H0.
Start
unit,
then
pHace
carton
over
it.
NOTE:
Remove
shelter
when
temperatures
are
above
40°F
[4°C].
For
a
more
permanent
shelter,
buiHd a
structure
that
wiHH
encHose
three
sides
and
the
top
of
the
generator.
7.
Hake
sure
entire
muffHeroside
of
generator
is exposed,
as
shown
in
Figure
7.
IMPORTANT:
The
generator
must
be at
Heast 5 ft.
(H52 cm)
from
structures
having
combustibHe
walls
and/or
other
combustibHe
materiaHs.
Leave
at
Heast 3 ft. (92 cm)
aHH
around
generator
incHuding
overhead,
for
adequate
cooling
maintenance
and
servicing.
8.
Face
exposed
end
away
from
wind
and
eHements.
9.
Structure
shouHd hoHd enough
heat
created
by the
generator
to
prevent
icing probHem.
HO.
Start
and
run
engine
outdoors.
HH.
Keep
exhaust
gas from
entering
a confined
area
through
windows_
doors_
ventilation
intakes
or
other
openings.
WANNING
Operate
generator
ONLY
outdoors.
Keep
exhaust
gas
from
entering
a confined
area
through
windows,
doors,
ventilation
intakes
or
other
openings.
DO
NOT
operate
generator"
inside
any
bowing
or
enclosure
(even
if doors
or
windows
are
open),
including
the
generator
compartment
of a recreational
vehicle
(RV).
12.
DO
NOT
enclose
generator
any
more
than
shown
in
Figure
7.
[ 3.
Remove
sheHter
when
temperatures
are
above
40°F
[4°c1.
14.
Turn
engine
OFF
and
Net coon two
(2)
minutes
before
refueling.
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