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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.
Post signs that read "NO SMOKING
WITHIN 50 FEET" when working with
open fuel lines or fuel tanks.
Unscrew fuel tank cap (29) and drape cap over
side of fuel tank (30).
With the help of another person, move fuel tank
into engine compartment.
Attach two sling straps around fuel tank (30).
Ensure sling straps are evenly spaced.
Fuel tank weighs approximately 75
lbs (34 kg). To avoid personnel
injury, ensure all sling straps are in
good condition and are of correct
lifting capacity. Ensure overhead
hoist is in good condition and hooks
are positioned correctly.
Personnel shall stay clear of objects
being lifted during hoist operations.
Do not work on objects suspended
by a hoist. A swinging or shifting
load may cause injury or death to
Connect overhead hoist to sling straps.
Lift fuel tank (30) out of engine compartment.
Set fuel tank down in a clean shop area.
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