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TM5-421 0-229-14&P 2-14.  OPERATION OF THE INVERTER (Continued). The vehicle is equipped with an automatic throttle control which provides automatic in- crease in engine speed to 1,500 rpm when the inverter is energized. Do not energize the inverter while the vehicle is moving or damage to the engine or inverter could occur. a. To activate the inverter, depress the inverter START switch (2, figure 2-6) or remote START switch (20, fig- ure 2-4). b. To cease inverter operation, depress the inverter STOP switch (13, figure 2-6) or remote STOP switch (20, figure 2-4). 2-15. OPERATION OF RESCUE SAW. Improper use of any power tool may cause serious or  fatal  injury.  Read,  understand  and  follow  care- fully the operating and safety instructions. a. Operator safety precautions. (1) Never   operate   the   machine   when   you are fatigued. (2) Use   safety   footwear,   snug-fitting   cloth- ing,   safety   goggles,   and   hearing   and head protection devices and gloves. (3) Always  use  caution  when  handling  fuel. Move   the   cutting   machine   at   least   10 feet  (3.05  m)  from  the  fueling  point  be- fore staring engine. (4) Do not allow other persons to be near the machine  when  starting  or  cutting.  Keep by-standers and animals out of the work area. (5) Never start cutting until you have a clear work area and secure footing. (6) Always   hold   the   unit   firmly   with   both hands when the engine is running. Use a firm  grip  with  thumbs  and  fingers  encir- cling the handles. (7) Keep  all  parts  of  your  body  away  from the  cutter  disc  when  the  engine  is  run- ning. (8) Never operate without the disc guard. (9) Do not cock, wedge or jam the disc in the cut. (10) Before   starting   the   engine,   make   sure that the disc is not contacting anything. (11)    Always  carry  the  machine  with  the  en- gine  stopped  and  the  muffler  away  from your body. (12)    Never  operate  a  cutting  machine  that  is damaged,   improperly   adjusted,   or   not completely  and  securely  assembled.  Be sure that the disc stops moving when the throttle-control trigger is released. (13)    Always shut off the engine before setting the machine down. 2-60

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