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a ymann Diesel
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MARINE DIESEL ENGINES
With
Jarymann
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684 LAM PERTH ElM WEST GERMANY
TEL 062062001 TELEX 465710
1BrYni1iiiii Die e I
PREFACE
Carefully read and adhere to the present Instrucllons before starting up
your new FARYMANN marine diesel engine Essential points of operation
and maintenance have been covered by the following descriptions and illu
strations Compliance wi th the given will keep your engine
fully efficient smoothly running and also ensures economical operation
Please read the manual now and do not wail until 8 failure might compel you
to refer to it In a hurry
To familiarize yourself with the engine il Is necessary to study this booklet
It w ill 0 1 course nol replace an ttllperien ced mechanic or til service stolion
but it will help you to properly maintain the engine and to carry out small
repairs yourself
We are much obliged lor the conlidence shown by going in lor a FAAYMANN
marine diasel engine which we l eel certain will never fail you thu s helping
to enjoy crllising on sunny days and in stormy weather
FARYMANN DIESEL
Ferny
ray Diesel
TECHNICAL DATA
ENGINE K30 L30 AJO40 R30 P30 530
Ou tput HP O INSAE Bl9 101 12 20124 22126 28132
Speed RPM 2500 2BOO 2500 2500 2500 2500
Torque mol tt Ib
21 38
CONTENTS Technical data 3
No of
Cubic capacity
1160
1270
Description of engines 4 Valve clearance In take exh cold 0 1 0 2 mm 0004
Description of gearbox
Oecomprlllion devloe ookI mm 0041 mexlmum ItrQke
Preparation lor Initial startup
Fuel and luboll
Engine Oil
Summer HD SAE 30
Deily checks Wln ler HD SAE 20
Starting up the engine 11 ON lifter PUROLATOR PC 27
Fuel liller elemenl PUROLATOR PM 456
Hand starting 11
Electric starling 2 K 30 L 30 301 40 R 30 P 3015 30
Inectlon pump 0414151990 0414t51 990 0414151990 0414182984 041417203 1
Stopping 12
Nozzle holder 0432t9t B87 0432191887 0432281831 0432281831
Frost hazard 3 Nonie 433 17t OO3 0433171 01 2 0433271184 043327119 1
Care and maintenance Nonie opening preN 200 kpCfTl1 200 kpcm 175 kplcm2 2490 psl
Time schedule 14 K30 30 I 140 R3IJ I P30 S30
Engine
Gearbox
Stora ge of engine
Reverse gear
PropeIer rotation
Ron lm Nanni
HurthiNannl
HBWI OIGI2
HurlhNannl
HBW10 F18
Electric system 2 Electrical equipment 12
Restoring to service 2
Min size battery 56 AM 56 AM BBAM AM AM
Trouble shooting 22 Tightening torquel nOb
Technical Information sheets
all YP81
Cyi head null 3
Marking on 011 dipsti ck 2S Rocker arm braellel 56
Fuel system 27
Con bo11 43 S 30 58
8530 8
Cooling water circuit 2
104 bearing pill
OeifwoMY VllYe
18 22
25 29
25 3
35 4
Electrical wiring diagrams 30
PreNline connector 14 22 2
Nonie into lIoIder 29
Nonie holder
Ryw
Impact wrench
Di esel
Die5el
DESCRIPTION OF ENGINES Engine A 40 M
A30MA40M Single cylinder fourcycle diesel engines Direct Injection S9a
K30M waler cooled Forged crankshaft with roller baarlngs In the
connecting rod bearings and main beanngs Splash lubrication
Walsrcooled exhaust
Engine K 30 M
1
26
Engine A 30 M
37 11
36 14 SINGLE CYUNOER ENGINES
A iI M vertical A 40 M horizontal l 30 M vertical K 30 M vertical
38 1 Throttle control op 21 Fuel filter 40 011 dipstiCk gearbox
levsr 24 Mark lor TOe 4t Housing cover gearbox
34 3 Decompression device remove protective 42 Gearshift lever
5 011 dipstick cover 43 Connector for remote
control
24 21 6 Luboll filler
7 Luboil drain plug
25 Flywheel housing flange
26 Electric starter motor 44 Lubrication nipple
9 Breather crankcase 33 Marine mounts clutch thrust bearing
25 45 11 Rocker arm cover 34 Water pump 45
Water Inlet
12 Crankcase covar 36 Thermostat 47 Watercooled exhaust
14lnjection pump 37 Connector for elbow
Engine A 30 M 16 NOlZIe holder Thermometer
48 Exhaust muffler with
17 Fuel return line 38 Water drain water injection
20 Fuel feed pump 39 Air Intake silencer
Diesel
Diesel
MARINE REVERSE REDUCTION GEARBOX 1 PREPARATION FOR INITIAL STARTUP
Engine Type K30M LOOM A 30M A40M R30M P3QM S30M 11 Check bolt and hose connections and all plpeworks fo r leaks
and tighten
nuts and bolts if necessary Th is applies especially to the mounting bolts
Manufacturer Ronim Nanni Hurth and the retaining bolts on the exhaust and shaft assembly
Nanni Mark oil dipstick of engine according to the inclination of the engine in the
Type FG 3 FG 3 HBW 10 full y loaded boat see page 25
Ro B6 G 12F16 13 Fill tank with fuel
Engine and gears are not liIIed w ith 011 by suppliers Make sure that both 011
1 RON 1M Gearbox drain plugs are tigh t
Important absolute cleanliness Is essential when filling The area around the fille r
Gearbox is fitted with 2 cone clutches and respective should be cleaned before opening It Use ontyclean containers funnels or
strainers
mechan ism The water circulating pump Is directly flanged to the gearbox
Oil check through Inserttype d ipstick a LUBRICATING OIL
Use only we llknown HD brands 01 engine 011 and keep to the brand selected
2 NANNI Gearbox if at all possible Never mix d iffernt brands when
topping up the o il
Summer Winter
Power transmitted through single d isc fric tion clutch Adj ustment see page 20
Oil check through inserttype dipstick Engine HD SAE 20
HD SAE 10
Serial number and type afe punched Into gearbo x housing Please state
HD SAE 30
Gearbox HD SAE 30
these numbers whenever parts ere needed
Example The engine oil can also be used for lubricating the gearbox
but not vice versa
2 reduction ra tio
2 1 Hurth gearbox uses automatic transmission flu id type A or branded HD engine oil
5758 B 61V 2
5758 serial number Warning Additives such as molybdenum su lphite or the like must not be
B6 type of gearbox contained in the oil under any
Other marking mean special
V size and fo rm of engine execution Attentio n
adapter flange W hen eng ine Installed under inclination correct sump capacity and
d ipstick
as described on page 25
Care shou ld be taken that gears are only shi fted at low engine speed
Caution use only HD o ils for the engine An SAE 2030 mu ltigrade 011 can
be used fo r a llyearround operation
3 HURTH Gearbox
REVERSE GEAR OIL CAPACITY
Hurth marine gearboxes are helical gear transmissions shifted via 2 Internal
mechanical friction clutches It is designed to perm it reversing operations at GEARBOX
fu ll engine speed in case of emergency As clutches are exactly set to rate Type Ronlm FG 3 Ronlm
FG 3
nominal torque shock loads from propeller on shaft w ill not be transmitted Engine Nanni Hurth Nanni
Hu rth
to gearbox or e ngine Ilr US
p ints
K30M 03 04 063 084
0 11
check through threaded dipstick When checking o il just insert dipstick
L 30 M 04 084
do not thread In Alter check thread in and retighte n
A30M 06 04 127 084
A 40 M 06 04 127 084
Example HBW 10
ROOM 0 6 05 127 105
94793 Type of gearbox
HBW 10 2 R P30M 0 6 05
127 105
94740 2 A Reduction ratio 2 1 S 30 M 10 0 5 210
105
052893 052893 Serial number Caution Given 011 quantit ies must not be exceeded
Overfilling resu lts in overheating and B
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Diesel
Diesel
b FUEL 3 STARTING UP THE ENGINE
Obtain luel only from filling stations equipped with a pump and buutIn filtering
system otherwise lilter the luel yourself with 8 fine strainer If necessary
3 t Move gear lever to neutral posi
tion mldpositlon vertical
using 8 nylon slocklng A1ways Use clsan commercial grade branded diesel fuel according to
32 Move the engine speed control
lever to the full power position
DIN 51601 German Standard s equivalent to mall A Fig t
Bs 2869 1957 Class A British Standards or
AS No 2 American Standards With Farymann Unlcontrol lingle
lever pull hub assembly outward
The sulphur con tenl must not exceed 054 weight A lower value Is specially till the locking pin I clear of alat
important for sea watercooled engines operating at relatively low tempera thus gear shifting Is disengaged
turas Never use gasoline dleselluel mixture or any weight fue l olt and lever can be turned Into mall
speed position With Morse
Caution Bleed the fuel system atter the first f illing Never allow the tank to single lever con trol pull knob
drain completely
Morse type single lever gearshift
pull out knob
14 RUNNINGIN
A new or recondilioned engine must be carelully runIn During the Ilrst
20 hours only use fu ll engine power lor very short periods Alter IIrsl20 hours
Fig 1
engine power can gradually be Increased A firsl all change Is necessery after
20 hours Check cylinder head bolts al the same time Rellghten when engine
Is cold Tightening torques see technical data sheel 321 HAND STARTING
Operate lever or pushbutton B
for starting fuel Fig 1
2 DAILY CHECKS BEFOR E STARTING
Operate the decompression lever
21 Check all level in engine and reverse gearboll It necessary fill to Ihe top C with your tight hand and
mark of the dipstick slowly turn the starting crank In
The piston rings may cause a slightly higher luboil con the camshaft anticlockwlse with
sumption during the runnlngln period 80100 hours your left hand Usten for charac
teristic creaking of the Injection
22 Screw in the lubricating cup If provided on the cooling waler pump by half
noutes
a turn Check tight lit of locknut on slutting ball
23 Check the diesel oil supply in the tank and open the tank cOCk If the engine Turn the crank with your left hand
haa not been In operation for some time the fuel system should be bled In as fast as possible When the
accordance with the operating Instructions m8lClmum Impetua Is reached ra
lesse the decompression lever
Alter checking the drain cocks and the sea water filter open the sea cock and carry on turning In order to
complly lind check flow of sea water through transparent cover of sea overcome the Initial compression
water filter resistance Rapid turning not
force Is what mattersl
Fig 2
When handstartlng engine with electric start turn Ignition key to first notch
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322 ELECTRIC STARTING TWIN LEVER OPERATION
1 Switch on electric system turn key or knop 01 starter switch into position t Move the speed control tever beyond the Idling
position and hold It there
Then pilot lamps lor battery charging and all pressure 2cyl only must light up until the engine stops
2 Turn key or knob 01 starter SWitch to extreme position 2 and hold It there until In either case return the speed control lever
to full load position as soon as
first firing stroke Then IMMEDIATELY RELEASE key or knob of starter switch the engine has stopped
and make sure that same returns into position 1
ELECTRtCAL SYSTEM
o 0 ofl
1 on
After stopping the anglne 1 deacrlbed above turn the key to the Qposition
2 start and remova It or respectlvaly switch off Ignition
3 spare position
Ctose the SEA COCK do not forget to reopen before ned engine startup
333 After engine hall always engage gear to re lieve clutch springs Only Nanni
Attention Limit each starting Irial to 10 seconds maximum and wait for 3060 gearbox
seconds belore repeating to save battery Operate starter only altar engine Fill fuel tank after comple ting a run Partially fi lled
tank will collect moisture
came to a complete slop if engine is not operated for any length of time
Afle r englna has started and control lamps are out run engine at medium speed
under light load fo r warm up FROST HAZARD
CHECKING AFTER STARTING Open all drain cocks and ensure complete drainage
Push a wire through
the cocks to ensure um lmpeded lIow FlnlIy cnmk the engine by hand until
For most of the applications the entire cooling water is injected into the eKhaust the cooling water pump Is empty too
to cool down the eKhausl gases Ie reduce the noise level and 10 be able 10 In case of Vtwin engines drain the watercooled exhaust
manilold
dispose of the eKhaust gases by means of rubber hoses CHECK WHETHER
In exceptional cases where lines or water chambers are located below the
A FINE SPRINKLE OF WATER COMES OUT OF THE EXHAUST AND WHETHER
drain cocks the appropriate pipe or hose connections must be opened In
NOISE OF EXHAUST IS NORMAL
If no water comes out then th e eKhaust produces a considerable noise which order to drain them
means that no cooling water is being injected Into the eKhaust and that cooling Remove Intake line with sea water filter Irom the
cock
water supply on the engine Is not in order In this case engine has to be stopped
11 cooling water Is Injected Into the engine eKhaust pipe the water 11ft silencer
immediately for checking must be drained
33 STOPPING
BATTERY
331 NEVER STOP THE ENGINE BY OPERATING THE DECOMPRESSION lEVERI
When Charged the bettery can aafely withstand temperatures as low as
Never completely stop the engine while it is runn ing at speed but let it Idle for a 150 C 5 Fl At lower temperatures It should be
removed and stored In
short time a frostproof place
SING LE LEVER OPERATION
ATTENTION
Farymann Unlcontrol put lever Into neutralid ling position and tilt hub pulling Eng ines equipped with AC generators may not be run
with battery dis
lever outwards Hold until engine comes to complete stop With Morse pull connected destruction of diodes of voltage regu lator
Even extremely short
additional stop cable and hold until engine comes to complete stop trial runs only with battery properly 2

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4 CARE AND MAINTENANCE 42 CHANGING THE ENGINE OIL
The operations listed In the following schedule must be repeated until the Change the oil only with the engine
eng ine Is due for overhaul at operating temperature scaven
ging effect in a new engine alter
41 OPERATION appro 20 h Change the oil again
after approx 5060 hours later
hours of operaUon
on every 120 hours
ENGINE Daily 60 120 250 500 A separate handdraln pump with
Check 011 level
hose and cock II supplied with
the FARYMANN MARINE ENGINE
Change luboil
II this cock has not been fitted to
Replace splnon 0 11 filter
the engine during Installation It
can be Iitted to replace the 011
Clean 011 strainer
drain plug The hose supplied Fig 3
Flush out crankcase
Examine nuts and bolts lor
connects cock with drain pump
Remamber to close the cock alter
tightness
draining the 01 1
Engine oil must be changed whe
Check valve clearance
never eng ine Is tobe put out 01
Check sea water 1IIIer
lubricate water pump
service lor extended periods
applies only to JABSCO If pump
Check Vbell tension
43 OIL FILTER
Check water pump Impeller
applies only to V2 engines
Examine and clean thermostat
The splnon oillilter 1 cannot be
Check all pipelines for leaks
cleaned and must be rep laced
Check fuel filters
Lightly oil the rubber seal tighten
it and top up oil level
Drain clean fuel tank
A suitable special spanner 2 Is
supplied within the tool kit
GEARBOX
Lubricate clutch bearing Nanni
Check lor leaks with the engine
runn ing
Check clutch clearance Nanni
Filter PUROLATOR
Change luboll
Type PC 27 S tandard
Lubricate remote control mechanism
PMP 312 Oversize
Fig 4
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Maintain electrolyte level In battery
Check Iptclflc gravity 01 battery
Check all cable Ind connectlonl
Grease stlrter rlmilear on Ilywheel
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44 CRANKCASE 47 V BELT TENSKN
If during a normal oil change or Too tight a belt Is destructive to bearings 01 the driven parts Adjust for I
when cleaning the all strainer the slack from a straight line over outer diame ter of drive and driven pulleys
oil Is seen to contain a lot 01 midway between pulleys
sludge the crankcase should be
washed out sooner than recom
mended In the schedule Flush 48 WATER PUMP IMPELLER
with diesel oil after removing the
crankcase cover The neoprene Impeller has a rels
Absolute cleanliness Is essentlall
lively soort life and must therelore
be Inspected regu larly II the
water pump Is allowed to run dry
lor more then a lew second sea
cock closed the Impeller may be c
completely ruined Remove cover
45 CRANKCASE BREATHER of pump and release the Impeller
C from the shaft by applying 2 8
Crankcase breather combined screwdrivers E under the hub of
with 011 filler should work audibly the Impeller Remoye all traces
Check with Ihe engine running at of rubber and smooth any dama
low speed The thin steel valve ged surfaces Fit a new Impeller
must always be kept clean II must A spare Impeller should always
lie flush on Its seat otherwise be kept on board
it should be replaced II neces II Impeller Is held by lock 8Cfttw loosen same with screw driver thru opening A
sary take off complete breather or remove complete assembly after removing Vbelt pulley
housing and wash out thoroughly
with gasoline or diesel fuel STUFFING BOX JABSCO Pump with plain bearing TIghten by hand then
lock with locknut To lubrica te plain bearing small water leak is permitted
If there are any all leaks on the
engine check this breather valve
first 49 ntERMOSTAT
Farymann Diesel engines are cooled directly by sea water The raw waler naver
touches th e engine block but circulates only around the replaceable cylinder
46 VALVE CLEARANCE liner head and ekhaust system Cooling water Jacket around cylinder I con
Fig 6
structed of a non corrosive Outer wall of cylinder
Adjustment on cold engine with Is zincplated
both valvas closed TOC olliring In addition the Farymann diesel has been built to operate at cooling water
stroke Clearance 0102 mm temperatures below that al which salts and minerals precipitate in sea water
QCI04 With new engine valve
cleerance hes to be checked after No separate Iresh water coOling system is needed or recommended
20 Ilrt operating hour A thermostat with a setting of 55C t 20 F Is fitted to the engine Any deposlts
Important after major rapelr the that appear on the thermostat can be removed with dilute hydrochloric acid
cylinder head and rocker arm Flush afterwards with fresh water
upport mut be firmly bolted In Caution during assembly make sure that the small hole equ ipped with a tiny
posi tion with nut to 11118 torque cotter pin In the fitting plate of the thermostat which permits water to penetrate
tightened belore valve clearance even in the closed position Is not obstructed
Is adjusted
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410 SEA WATER FILTER 413 CLUTCH BEARING NANNI
118 sea water IiIlor is Installed in the water pump intake line the covsr should Do not grease excessively otherwise surplus
grease will contaminate the
be transparent In order to permit observation 01 the flow of the cooling water clutch lining
end any contamination 01 the IiIler
414 QUTCH ClEARANCE NANNI
Attention Aher cleaning 01 filter it has to be checked thai the cover Is
relitted carefully preventing any air to be aspirated by the water pump Gearbox
To set the clutch bearing clearance
correctly proceed as IIlows
Method
411 FUEL FILTER
The life 01 the fuel filler depends
entirely on the degree of purity
1 Move the gear lever to the Idling
position Release the
locknut and unscrew the setscrew
of the fuei used A loss 01 engine 67 until the threaded end of the
power may be due to 8 shortage screw Is withdrawn Into Its tapped
of fuel brought about by a clogged hole in the lin k 3O
IiIler If this is suspected the air
2 Now tighten the screw 67 again
vent screw In tho fual pump should
turning It clockwise by hand unlll
be opened Unsteady flow even
it touches the Cl uth lever 31
after pumping Indicates a conta
and a definite res istance can be
minated IIIter Change the IIIter
element see fig 8 We recom felt
mend a PUROLATOR PM 456 Note clutch lever 31 Is almost
tilter element hidden behind link 30
A water contaminated tuelsystem 3 The gear lever should now be set
causes fuel titter paper element at forward or reverse The sets
to become waterlogged which crew 67 is tightened further by
results in fuel starvation loss of a 2 11 lurns in a clockwise direc
31
power tion and locked with the locknut
Correct adjustement ensures pmper clearance between the clutch bearing and
Fig 8
the clutch levers Too much clearance means httle clutch
which in consequence does not allow the dog clutch to engage entirety
412 BLEEDING Risks of damage
Although all FARYMANN marine engnes are equipped with the automatic 415 CHANGING TH E GEAR Oil
bleeding system see page 29 which requires of course that boat yard has With new gearbox 011 has to be changed aller max
100 hours
Installed a tuel return line to the tuel eservoir it can occur that fuel system
hal to be bleeded Dont loosen banj bolts or other connectors ot fuel lines If a line for connecting a hand pump Is not
provided the gearbox lop cover
but only vent screw on Injection purrp see Fig 80 Turn engine by crank must be opened and the 0 11 removed by means of a
hand drain pump
or starter motor until absolutely bubbefree f u el leaks Rellghten vent screw 416 GREASING THE STARTER RIM GEAR
thorough ly
The starter pinion should mesh well over the entire length of the teeth
Remove the starter Lightly grease the rim gear with the aid of a brush Use
eg BOSCH FT 1 V 31 grease
417 BATTERY
Add only clean distilled water Protect terminals with a light vaseline coating
Diesel
Diesel
5 STORAGE OF ENGINE 52 COOUNG WATER SECTION
Read this entire section before proceeding with layupl Drain all cooling water proceeding as described in
para 334 Remove water
If the engine Is to be taken Qui of service for a lengthy period eg during the sucti on pipe from sea cock and remove waterline
Injecting cooling water
winter protect engine as ou tlined below into exhaust elbow Take a can with an emulsifying
cooling water protection
oil eg SHELL DONAX C or equivalent and insert wa ter suc tion p ipe as well
Frost protection has already been dealt with In Para 334 as a piece of rubber pipe fitted to water outlet which
normally injects Into
The diesel engine must be protected from rust Irrespective of whether the exhaust elbow Into can Let engine run with this
closed circuit containing
boat Is laid up on land or the engine removed Rust eg in the fuel Injection the protec tion oil for the same time as mentioned in
para 514 Drain off
system can cause engine failure even where its presence cannot be detected oil and plug or rel it both pipes to their proper
positions
with the naked eye
Clean outside of engine and coat engine metal parts of maneuvering controls
51 WBQIL AND FUEL SYSTEM
and cable connections with an ti rust 011
1 Clean the outside of the engine with diesel fuel or white spirit 53 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
2 Drain off the engine oil while it Is still warm and IiII with anticorrosive engine Remove and store the battery in accordance with
battery oil eg SHEll ENSIS lOor ESSO RUST BAN up 0 the lowe r dipstick mark MIN instructions Take it to a station for
maintenance
3 Drain the fue l tank and clean It thoroughly Drain the fuel fil ter Then fill the
fuel tank with several titres of a mixture of diesel fuel and SHELL ENSIS or
As a last step It Is advisable to affix sign on the eng ine Indicating that l he engine has
RUST BAN al a ratio of 2 1 Bleed the fuel system
been inhib ited
4 Allow the engine to run for ap pro x 15 m inutes so that all the pip elines
filters pump and nozzles are lilled with the protective lIuld and the sntl
corrosive engine 011 mixture Is evenly distributed Inside the engine
S Remove the rocker arm cover end spray a m ixture 01 diesel fUel and 1
SHELL ENSIS 20 on rocker arms lit covers again B RESTORING TO SERVICE
6 With the speed lever at full power and the decompression lever actuated Although this subject has been dealt with in
detail in Para I we shall once
so that engine wlll not lire crank the engine several times so that the cylinder again list the most important points
Is well sprayed with the dleselluel m ixture Drain oil from sump
Fill the fuel tank test for unimpeded flow with the fuel filler Installed and If
7 Remove the exhaust piping from the cylinder head or the exhaust manlfotd necessary change the filler cartridge Fill
crankcase with specified HD luboll
and cover the exhaust ports by means of adhesslve tape This also applies to take battery on board and connect Coat terminals
with vaseline after tightening
the port of the air Intake
62 Take ou t fuel injection nozzle clean and if possible have them Immediately
tested by you r local BOSCH for correct injection pressure
With Inj ector out turn the engine starter In order to remove an tirus t 011 from
cylinder Refil Injection nozzle
63 Bleed fuel system and connect all fuel water and exhaust lines etc
Remember to remove the plug Check all water and fuel lines for leaks
64 Start engine and make trial run checking immediately whether the cooling
water Is flow ing th rough t he sea water fi lter to the engine Recheck sll lines
seals and hose connections for leaks
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7 TROUBLE SHOOTING 72 FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
71 Faults ara usually due to Inadequate maintenance In the event of a fault Exhaust emits Engine 011 level too high
Drain off and recheck oil
Ilrst check whether all the points in these operating Insrucion have been excessive
level possibly check angle of
fo llowed smoke
engine
1 blue
If you cannot detect and femedy the fault even with the aid 01 the following
lable it Is essential that you apply to the nearest FARYMANN dealer or Valve clearance incorrect
Adjust valve clearance
approved service station
Poor compression due to Have engine overhauled
In order to ensure good service always state engine type and serial number seized or broken piston
eg 26 A 30 1025 rlngl worn valve guides etc
72 FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY 2 black Englna overloaded
Reduce propeller diametar
Engine does Control lever at STOP When starting always place at Excess starting fuel device
Briefly move speed control
not start MAX and If necessary ope cannot disengage Itself as lever
Into Idling position
rate excess starting fuel engine does not reach rated then slowly back to fu ll load
Fuel tank empty Top up tank and bleeduei lines speed Fuel filter clogged or
Replace filter element Engine runs Engine compartment too Fresh air must be adequately
waterlogged too hot hot ventilated
Air In fue l system Bleed Too little cooling water Open sea cock
completely
Starter does not turn free ly Charge battery examine ter Clean sea water filter
mlnalS Too little cooling water Clean water inlet strainer
use decompression device outboard
Engine 011 too viscous Use HO SAE 10 Luboll Oif el too high Drain 011 check engine
pec at low ambient Inclination respective
sump
temperatures capacity and
dipstick mar
kings with chart page 25
No compression valve Adjust valve
clearance Incorrect Waterpump aspirates air Wing nut not
tightened
through cover of seawater rubber gasket defective
Engine runs Fuel supply too low filter Replace fuel filter element filter or loose hose clamp
erratically clogged check contents of tank
no output Cooling water hne defective
Check water lines
Inadequate supply of Engine cowling housing
combusllon air must have opening for fresh Pump Impeller defective Fit new Impeller
air supply Cooling wster pump Tighten drive Vbelt
Air in fuel syslem Bleed rolates too slowly
Fuel pressure lines Tighten Thermostat defective Clean or replace In
case of
leaking doubt continue
operation
without therm ostat
Valve clearance Incorrecl Adjust valve
Injection nozzle defective Have nozzle checled by machan
Engine slalla G8sollne In fue l gas Emply fuel tank filte r etc fill
when warm bubbles are formed with clean diesel fuel bleed Feed rate of Injection Exam
ine by mechanic
fue l system pump erratic
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72 FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY CORRECTION OF DIPSTICK ENGINE UNDER INCLINATION
Engine runs Engine cooling passages Dismantle and clean engine Usual installation Flywheel side gearbox lower than engine itself
too hot scaled up or clogged service station
with sludge
Oil pressure Pressure switch defective Fit 8 new switch
pilo t lamp
lights up Oil pressure too low Stop engine immediately
Check oil level
011 level too low Top up
Qilteval too high Crankshaft action creates 011
foam which enters tub 011
pump causing pressure
failure Correct 011 level Markings on dlpsJck for horizontal lnstaJ
JullOn III any have 0 be removed and readjusted In
accordance to the engine slope After comple te installation of engine into boat the exact
0 11 filter leaky TIghten or replace filter slope has to be determined Then the crankcase has to be filled with exact quantity
lubeoil according to the slope and engine type see chart below Thus determined oil level
011 f ilter clogged Replace 011 filt ar should be marked on the dipstick with an auxiliary mark
Immed iately
5 mm above and 10 mm below this aux mark the definite marks lor max respectively
Worn bearings See service station min level should be filed In
Engine races Centrifug al governor Do not disengage propeller Degree CP ICP
lCP 150
defective return with lowest possible Inclination Percent 018 1826
speed apply to service station
em 0 18 18 26
Engine knocks Worn connecting rod See service station K30M 14130
1012 t
bearings
L30M 14 30 1012 1
Valve sticks Check valves lubrication Lubeoil quantity
clearances in crankshaft OM 26155 2042
housing 3OM 201 42 1532
Fuel delivery timing Slop engine lei it cool lurn ItrJUS pints P30M
3370 3063
incorrect piston tends to crank in case 0 1 difficulty
seize up have boat towed S30M 33170 30163
Charge Indica Alternator speed too low Tighten Vbell R 3OM
tor lamp lights Thlsengine Is supplied with red dipstick as standard Does the
actual slope not correspond
up during Terminals loose Tighten lerminals and with this colour see chart below another dlpstlck with the
respective colour COde has to
operation cable ends be asked for
Voltage regu lal or Take to repa ire r Degree 18 8 12 12 Is
defective Inclination Percent 011 11 2 1 2126
Engine doee
not obtain Ite
Engine overloaded Reduce propeller diameter em 0 11 11 21
21 2
Lubeoil quantity in cranks housing UUS pint 2348 1836 1532
stated speed
under load Dipstick colour code black
ed green
caution InV2 engines models R 30 P 30 S 30 the lube oil capacity applies only If the
lube 011 filter Is replaced 01herwlse deduct 03 Itt 04 qls from the amount shown
A ctIk mer on diptlck IKljUjr 10 101 eIMn lulJotooil
Diesel
FaTniiiiiii 0 i e 5 e I
RECOMMENDED HOENGINE LUBEOilS FUEL SYSTEM
Other brands of HOIubeoils 01 same quality not mentioned below can equally be used
Fuel system with automatic bleeding deYlce employing fuel feed pump 2 Same con
HDLubeoils according to API tinuously passes fuel through filter 4 10 fuel Injection pump 5 Part of the excessive
COMPANY fuel returns via banjo bolt with builtIn Ihrot1le 8 and
fuel return line 10 to fuel tank
CC CD
The return line connecting to lank should be situated as low as pOSSible 5 em above
AGIP Agip F 1 Diesel Gamma Agip F 1 Diesel Sigma bottom to prevent air penetrating fuel system via return
line 10 when the engine does
not run
ARAL Aral Kowal Motor Oel Arel Kowal 5 3 Motor Oel
Arel Oele 01 the HOline Arel Del HO 5 3
Bleed system by loosening screw 8 then pumping fuel lransfer pump lever 3 until fuel
BAYWA BayWa Molorenoil HOSuper BayWa HD Superior 5 3 alone no bubbles of air appears at 8 Tighten screw B
8ayWa Motorenoll HOB BayWa Universal HD
Drain plug 9 for drainage of condensing water and depoSits in the tank il any
BP BP Energol HD BP Vanellus 5 3
BP Energol OS8 BP Energol OS 3
BP usT
CHEVRO N Chevron Oelo Special Oil Chevron Oelo 300 Molor O il
Chevron Delo 200 Motor Oil
ELF ell Performance elf Olsal HD 3
ESSO Essolube HOX ES80lube 03
Essolube SOX Ease Estor 03
FINA Fine Sone HO 5 1 Fine Solne S 6
Fine Delta Motor 011
FUCHS Renolln HD Pene Pura HD Superior
Pena Pura HD Pena Pura Uniyersal HD
Pena Pura HD Super
Pena Pura Unlyersal HD
MOBIL Mobil Delyac 1100 Mobil Delyac 1200
Mobil DelYac 1200 Mobil OelYac 13X
SHELL Shell Rotella SXRoietla TX Shell Rimula CT
Shell Melina Oele
Shell Talona Oele
TOTAL Total HO I B Total HO 3
Total HPO Total HPO
Working cond it ion all change Interyal and oil quality
Condi tion
Normal
Working H our
50 60
API CC
Preyious HO5I or MILl2 104 A
Fuel tan k
Fuel l eed pump
Push button fo r excess starting fu el
Injecti on nozzle
with prelilter B Banjo bolt with throttle
Heayy 100 t20 CD
HOB or MILL 2104 B
as well aa MILl2104 A
Primer fuel feed pump
Fuel filter
Drain plug
Fuel return line
SUPPLEMENT t 5 Injection pump 11 Fuel feed line
f Diesel
raya Diesel
FARYMANN MARINE DIESEL ENGINE TYPE A 30 M FARYMANN MARINE DIESEL ENGINE TYPE A 30 M
Exhaust and cooling wa ter Installati on diagram Exhaust and cooling water installati on
Direct seawater cooling with water Injection Into exhaust aboy water line Direct seawater cooling with water InJection into exhaust
below water line
A 100 mm 4 A 300 mm 12
B 100 mm 4
I j
Siphon break not
needed in C Water line C Water line
A Minimum helght above water line of water Injection Into exhaust line A Minimum height above water line of water intaction Into
exhaust line
Seawater tralner 7 Thermostat
2 Sea cock
Water Injection Seawa ter strainer
Sea cock
Thermostat
Water Injection
Rubber hose
WaterHft silencer
Drain cock
Seawater f ilter
Rubber hose
Watar lilt allancer
Drain cock
Seawater fitler
9 Wa ter line with
Hitting
Gooseneck
Huillitting
5 Water pump 11 Goose neck Water pump 0 Breather line
exhaust
Temp Connector ElChaut oullet thru hull fitting
6 Temp Connector 11 Hull fitting
Oiesel
Diesel
ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT
Engine equipped with key switch Ignition start 12 charg ing pilot lamp 10 water Engine equipped with lever switch ignition start 12 with charging
pilot lamp 10
Ihermoswitch 7 9 and 011 pressure switch 8 9 Oil pressure switch with Vtwin all pressure switch 8 9a and water Ihermoswltch 7 9 Oil pressure
switch with
engines only Vtwin engines only
Battery 9 PUot lamp 12 V I 2 W water temp
1 Battery 9 Pilot lamp 12 V I 2 W water temp 2 Starter motor 98 Pilot lamp 12
V I 2 W Iubeoil pressure
2 Starter motor 10 Pilot lamp 12 V I 4 W battery charge 3 Alternator 10 Pilot lamp 12
V I W battery charge
3 Alternator 12 Key Ign lton starter switch no key 4 Plug socket 12 Key
ignition starter switch no key
Plug socket
Plug
Main swich battery
W Cornector for electr revcounter
Plug
Voltage regulator
Main switch battery
W Connector fo r electr revcounter
6 Voltage regulator Termlnal clip 7 Thermoswltch 15 Termin al
clip
7 Thermoswltch 16 TachomEler 6 Oil pressure switch
Tachometer
If lever switch 12 no key Is used battery main switch 13 Is essential and must be fitted
close to battery whilst cabin should be locked with key
30
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