REPLACE SCREED FUEL SYSTEM HOSES AND FITTINGS - Continued.
Fuel is very flammable and can
explode easily. To avoid serious
injury or death:
Always wear safety glasses/goggles
at all times.
Keep fuel away from open flame or
any spark (ignition source).
Keep at least a B-C fire extinguisher
within easy reach when working with
fuel or on a fuel system.
Do not work on fuel system when
screed burner is hot; fuel can be
ignited by a hot burner chamber.
Post signs that read "NO SMOKING
WITHIN 50 FEET" when working on
screed burner fuel system.
Clean fuel hoses and fittings
before disconnecting. Always plug or
prevent intrusion of contaminants.
Failure to properly clean and cap off
connectors may result in fuel system
procedures only as needed to replace
faulty or damaged components.
REMOVE PUMPING SYSTEM HOSES AND
Make sure ignition switch is turned off at the
operator control console and that fuel pump
switch is turned off at left hand screed
control panel per TM 5-3895-37310.
Place drip pan or dry machinery wiping
towel below lower-most fitting of fuel hose
to be removed.
Remove fuel hoses, adapters, and elbows
using the illustration and legend as a guide.
Remove hoses first, then remove adapters
Drain all residual fuel from disconnected
fuel hose into a utility pail. Dispose of
drained fuel in accordance with local
Cap or plug exposed fuel system hoses and
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