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Operation and Maintenance

It is the operator's responsibility to perform all safety checks, to ensure that all lubrication and maintenance instructions are complied with for safe operation, and to return the unit to an Authorized Weldcraft Dealer for a periodic check-up.

Normal maintenance service and replacement parts are the responsibility of the owner/operator and as such, are not considered defects in workmanship or material within the terms of the warranty. Individual operating habits and usage contribute to the need for maintenance service.

Proper maintenance and care or your power package will assure optimum performance and dependability, and will keep your overall operating expenses at a minimum.

WARNING!
THE OPERATOR (DRIVER) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF THE BOAT, THE EQUIPMENT ABOARD AND THE SAFETY OF ALL OCCUPANTS ABOARD. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT THE OPERATOR READ THIS OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL AND THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND THE OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE POWER PACKAGE AND ALL RELATED ACCESSORIES BEFORE THE BOAT IS USED.

WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT OTHER OCCUPANTS BE INSTRUCTED ON PROPER START AND OPERATION PROCEDURES SO THEY WILL BE PREPARED SHOULD THEY BE REQUIRED TO OPERATE THE POWER PACKAGE AND BOAT IN AN EMERGENCY.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Trouble Shooting
    • High Water Temperature
    • Low Oil Pressure
    • Engine Will Not Turn Over
    • Engine Turns Off But Won't Start
    • Shifter Control Will Not Move
    • Steering Frozen
    • Fuel Gauge Not Working
    • Buzz Light Low Oil High Water Temperature
    • Engine Starts But Runs Rich
    • Engine Starts But Runs Rough
    • Engine Starts and Runs WIth Hesitation In Midrange
    • Engine Will Not Reach Top RPM
    • Volt Meter Reads Low Scale
    • Tachometer Reads Low Scale - Engine O.K.
    • Tachometer Sluggish or Inconsistent
    • Navigation Lights Don't Work
    • Bilge Blower Does Not Operate
  • Preparation
    • Education
    • U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
    • U.S. Power Squadron
    • Weather
    • Fueling
    • Boat Capacity
    • Boat Ramp Etiquette
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