Table 3-1. Operator Troubleshooting Table (Cont.)
TEST OR INSPECTION
Inspect control panel switches for damage.
Notify unit maintenance if switches are damaged.
Inspect starter for damage.
Notify unit maintenance if starter is damaged.
2. ENGINE TURNS OVER BUT FAILS TO START:
Ensure that control panel switches are in correct position for starting.
Place switches in correct positions.
Check for empty fuel tank.
Fill empty fuel tank.
Check for damaged or leaking fuel lines.
Notify unit maintenance if fuel lines are damaged or leaking.
3. ENGINE STARTS BUT THEN STOPS:
Check for insufficient fuel supply.
Fill fuel tank.
Check for correct engine oil level.
Service engine as required. If oil level is correct, notify unit maintenance.
4. ENGINE OVERHEATS:
Check engine oil level.
Service engine as required. Notify unit maintenance if engine continues to operate in an overheated
5. ENGINE RUNS BUT LACKS POWER:
Check that throttle control is in full speed condition.
Pull throttle control into full speed condition.
6. ENGINE MISFIRES DURING OPERATION:
Check for water in the fuel system by looking at fuel strainer bowl.
Notify unit maintenance if engine continues to misfire during operation.