Same question here - how can you have a manual without specifying where oil drain plug is?!
Sometimes gas tank and lines get air. Purge tank by un screwing lil nipple that is located on top of gas cap. This always works for me when I have I have trouble restarting engine.
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I'm using it on a 12' foot plastic jon boat. Pushes the boat with no issue, just don't expect a lot of speed. I fish canals and creeks attache to the intercoastal in florida so current is a big thig here and it pushed through that with ease. I think for 2.6 HP it gets the job done very well, just not super fast. Maybe 5 MPH give or take.
I have a 12' plastic jon with a 35lb thrust trolling motor and I think it pushes a few MPH faster that that. Dont expect double the quickness or anything special in my opinion. For me, what it does is use a known quantity of fuel and gets me to my fishing spots without wasting battery power, and thats great. Had the battery start to fad before getting home and had to paddle before. That wont happen anymore as long as I have a small can of gas on board.
No. Had to buy seperatly, used about a half a quart. A good long neck funnel will keep the job clean.
Yes. I am using it in brackish water off New Smyrna Beach, FL and will be using it in Mosquito Lagoon for Reds. I rinse it with the hose at the house after I'm done.
This is made in China.
the instruction manual showed this, either upright or one of two sides, sorry I can't remember which but it is covered in the book.