Trouble shoot :Engine Turns on air but receives no fuel to start
1.Lube Oil or Jacket cooling water pressure is too low, but the control air is given to the starting valve but the hydraulic interlock closes the fuel supply .
2.Fuel lever is at a zero position , normally during starting the engine when engine gains the desired rpm the fuel lever is pulled and minimum amount of fuel is injected to starting .
3.Regulating linkage is jammed or blocked .
4.Return Springs are loose or defective regulating linkage does not move to a position releasing a fuel charge .
5.Governor is defective ,It does not release a fuel charge .The amount of fuel supply is decided by variable speed governor so the governor should be dis engaged if it is defective .
6.Starting lever blocking device is jammed and does not release control oil supply to the cut out servomotor.
7.The cut out servomotor ,or its control valve is jammed in cut out position.
8.The running direction interlock is uncoupled .
9.The rotary slide valve of running direction safety interlock is seized in at end position .
10.The automatic cut out device is defective .
11.The three way cock of the automatic cut out device are closed .
12.Control oil pipes are incorrectly connected.Normally after the overhaul of the main engine the control oil pipe wrongly connected .
13.Control oil pipes are obstructed or defective due to leaking .
14.The load indicator does not indicate a charge .The engine works normally and the fuel is injected correctly but the load indicator fitted may be defective shows the wrong reading .