Pictograph: Make sure motors have cooled prior to adding fuel

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When refueling any small motor, such as a lawnmower, snow blower, or string trimmer, make sure the motor has cooled prior to adding fuel. Spilled fuel can easily ignite and cause serious burns.

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A man is fueling a hot lawnmower. A red line is drawn across the illustration.
A man is fueling a cool lawnmower. A green checkmark is over the lawnmower.
A man is fueling a hot snow blower. A red line is drawn across the illustration.
A man is fueling a cool snow blower. A green checkmark is over the snow blower.
A man is fueling a hot weed trimmer. A red line is drawn across the illustration.
A man is fueling a cool weed trimmer. A green checkmark is over the trimmer.

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When refueling any small motor, such as a lawnmower, snow blower, or string trimmer, make sure the motor has cooled prior to adding fuel. Spilled fuel can easily ignite and cause serious burns.