2-7. SITE SELECTION, SETUP, AND ASSEMBLY. (CONT)
Connect the other ends of fuel lines (1) to drum fill adapter (4). The line from the fuel filter
connects to fitting labeled SUPPLY on the drum fill adapter. The line from the bottom of fuel
pump connects to fitting labeled RETURN on the drum fill adapter.
The drum fill adapter can be used with 55-gallon (208 liter) drums (5), 5-gallon (19
liter) cans (6), or other fuel sources.
If a 55-gallon (208 liter) drum (5) is being used as the fuel source, remove drum fill adapter
extension (7) from the bottom of the return port and install it in the drum fill adapter pipe.
When using 5-gallon (19 liter) cans (6), the extension remains attached to the return port.
Make exhaust hose connections as follows:
Carbon monoxide is dangerous. Ensure that exhausts are properly vented to an
open-air area. Death or serious injury to personnel can result from heavy exposure
to exhaust gas.
Unhook three straps (1, FIG. 2-16) and remove combustion exhaust ducts
from trailer assembly (3).
Ensure that exhaust ducts (1, 3, 5, and 7, FIG. 2-17) do not touch or cross other
exhaust ducts, power cables, fuel lines, or water hoses. Melting/damage can occur
causing leaking fuel and water or electrical hazards. Death by electrocution, fire,
or explosion could result.
Connect 5-inch (127 mm) combustion exhaust duct (1, FIG. 2-17) to dryer exhaust port (2).
Extend duct away from trailer assembly. Do not touch or cross other exhaust ducts, power
cables, water hoses, or fuel lines.
The dryer lint duct is stored inside the dryer assembly during transportation.
Obtain 12-inch (305 mm) lint duct (3) and install on dryer lint duct port
Extend duct full length along right side of trailer. Do not touch or cross other exhaust ducts,
power cables, water hoses, or fuel lines.
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