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DECK GENERAL (Machinery Operations) Quiz

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Hatches should be closed while fueling a gas propelled vessel to:

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Water is prevented from entering the vessel at the location where the shaft passes through the hull by:

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The battery box is well ventilated:

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It is important to make certain of which of the following when refueling?

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Exhaust ventilation ducts in the engine room extend to the lowest part of the bilge:

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Which of the following should you do after fueling with gasoline?

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Of the following, which is true regarding gasoline vapors? They:

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Which of the following would happen if diesel fuel or gasoline leaks into lube oil?

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Which of the following could cause a rise in engine temperature?

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A runaway diesel can be shut off by taking which action?

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Which of the following would cause a wobbling tail shaft and excessive vibration?

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Which of the following systems would probably cause a gasoline engine not to start?

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A gasoline engine is required to have a flame arrester. It would be located on:

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How is a diesel engine fired?

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Fuses in electrical wiring:

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Fill a gasoline tank:

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Where should spare gas containers be stored?

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Fuel tank shut-off valves should be installed:

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Your gasoline fuel line develops a leak. You should:

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Ventilators of gasoline powered vessels should extend into the bilges:

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What do gasoline fumes tend to do?

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Why are diesel engines considered safer than gasoline engines?

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Where should gas tanks be filled to?

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Why is a carburetor placed on an engine?

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Before starting your engine you should:

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Which of the following publications contains Federal Laws and regulations for vessels?

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Your gasoline hose nozzle should be kept:

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Prior to starting your engine, the exhaust blower on your gasoline engine should run long enough to:

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Your gasoline engine won’t start but turns over freely. This could be caused by:

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The gasoline tank shut off valve, which can be operated from outside the tank space:

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