2001 Four Winns Funship 214 234 264 Boat Owners Manual

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C. Pumping Fuel
all engines and other devices that could cause
sparks, including the bilge blower. Do not use
electrical switches  or accessories. Shut  OFF
all stoves that may produce a spark or  flame.
Follow engine manufacturer’s recommendations
for types of fuel and oil. Use of improper products
can damage the engine and void the warranty.
1.  Be sure to fuel in a well-lit area  gasoline spills are
unnoticeable under poor lighting or in the dark.
Remove the gas fill cover.
A.   Recommendations
Insert the fuel supply  nozzle, keeping it in contact
with the fuel fill plate to guard against static produced
When fueling or having your boat fueled by an
attendant, be sure the waste pump-out or fresh
water fitting is not mistaken for the gas fill.
Stand away from the fuel tank vent and gas fill during
fueling. Splashback may occur and can be an eye
irritant and/or a fire hazard.
Although alcohol boosts the octane level of gasoline, it
also attacks the rubber fuel distribution lines and even
metal fuel system components. Alcohol will permeate
most fuel  hoses and other components  such as fuel
pump, gaskets and  seals, and can also contribute  to
fuel system contamination.
Avoid spillage. Wipe up any excess fuel immediately.
After pumping approximately 10 gallons of fuel into
the fuel tank, inspect the engine and fuel tank area
for any signs of leakage. If no leaks or other prob-
lems are detected, resume fueling.
The hoses we use in our boats are alcohol-resistant as
are the materials used by the engine manufacturers. If
only fuel containing alcohol is available, or the presence
of alcohol is unknown, you must perform more frequent
inspections for leaks and abnormalities.Any sign of leak-
age or deterioration requires your immediate attention.
Refer to the engine manufacturer’s recommendations
on fuel type and octane ratings.
Allow space at the top of the tank for thermal expan-
If fuel cannot  be pumped in at  a reasonable rate,
check for fuel vent blockage or a kink in the line.
D. After Fueling
B. Preliminary  Guidelines
Discard rags used in a safe place ashore.
Safely secure your boat to the dock.
Open the engine compartment and all hatches, win-
dows,  doors and  other  compartments  that were
of fuel vapors and visible fuel leakage.
to prevent accumulation of fuel vapors.
Ensure that a fire extinguisher is readily available.
Do not store fuel  in areas that are not  adequately
Investigate and correct any sign of fuel leakage
or indication of vapors before starting engine.
Do not  run  blower or  operate any  electrical
switch until problem is corrected. Fire or explo-
sion may result.
Use only fuel  lubricants recommended by the en-
gine manufacturer.
Funship™ Owner’s  Manual
Section T
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