A generator set, like any other electromechanicaldevice, can pose potential dangers to life and limb ifimproperly maintained or imprudently operated. Thebest way to prevent accidents is to be aware of thepotential dangers and to always use good commonsense. In the interest of safety, some generalprecautions relating to the operation of a generator setfollow. Below are some general precautions relating tothe operation of a generator set. SAVE THESEINSTRUCTIONS.
Danger indicates the presence of a hazard that
personal injury, death, or substantialproperty damage if the danger is ignored.
Warning indicates the presence of a hazard that
personal injury, death, or substantialproperty damage if the warning is ignored.
Caution indicates the presence of a hazard that
personal injury or property damage ifthe caution is ignored.
Note communicates installation, operation, ormaintenance information that is important but nothazard related.Safety decals are affixed to the generator set inprominent places to advise the operator or servicetechnician of potential hazards. The decals arereproducedheretoimproveoperatorrecognition. Forafurther explanation of decal information, refer to thesafety precautions throughout this manual. Beforeoperating or servicing the generator set, be sure youunderstand the messages of these decals. Replacedecals if missing or damaged.