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Section 6 - Maintenance
WARNING: ELECTRIC SHOCK can kill.
Do not touch live electrical parts. Shut down the
engine and disconnect negative (-) battery cable from
battery, if applicable, before internally inspecting
MOVING PARTS can cause serious injury.
Keep clear of moving parts, i. e., fans, belts, rotors, etc.
HOT SURFACES can cause burns.
Allow equipment and work to cool before touching.
General. The service life of this welding generator can be prolonged and operating efficiency maintained
under normal conditions by following the routine service and workshop maintenance procedures outlined in this section.
Where operating conditions are severe, more frequent attention must be given to all routine service categories; however
a special effort must be made to maintain clean internal and external engine surfaces.
Periodic Cleaning and Inspection. - A schedule for cleaning and inspection should be set up, based on the
type and conditions of service, to include the following:
Keep the inside of the unit clean by blowing out the unit with clean, dry compressed air.
Wipe oil and fuel spills from engine immediately to avoid accumulation of dust.
Check for fluid leaks indicating loose oil or fuel connections. Tighten loose connections and clean oil or
fuel spills or leaks off engine surfaces.
Periodically inspect the labels on this unit for legibility. All precautionary labels must be
maintained in a clearly readable state and replaced when necessary. See the Parts List for part
number of precautionary labels.