(1) If necessary, adjust speed control handle (1) to desired speed and pumping rate by turning
counterclockwise to unlock. Slide up to lower speed. Slide down to increase speed.
(2) Turn handle (1) clockwise until tight to lock in speed control.
Stop engine. Refer to Figure 2-4.
Do not stop engine suddenly since it may cause the temperature
to rise abnormally high, and possible damage to the engine may
result. When stopping the engine, reduce load slowly and allow
engine to run at idle speed for three minutes.
Do not stop engine with the decompression lever, as engine
damage may result. If engine cannot be stopped by the speed
control lever knob, move fuel cock handle horizontally to the
(1) Turn speed control handle (1) counterclockwise to unlock. Slowly slide speed control
handle (1) upward until engine is running at idle speed. Turn handle (1) clockwise until tight
to lock. Allow engine to idle for three minutes.
(2) Close any discharge valves, then close any suction valves that are installed in the hoses.
This will retain liquid in pump volute and reduce or eliminate priming requirements for the
next pumping application.
(3) Turn to unlock and slide engine speed control handle (1) all the way to STOP position.
Turn to lock engine control handle (1).