Section IV. TROUBLESHOOTING
4 - 9 . GENERAL
Troubleshooting at organizational maintenance level requires you to locate any trouble as
quickly as possible.
Once trouble is located, repair it if you are authorized to do so, or determine if a higher
category of maintenance is required. Repairs by organizational maintenance personnel are
limited by tools, test equipment and replacement parts allocated to that level by the Maintenance
Allocation Chart (MAC) in Appendix B.
Removal and replacement of any defective component is done by a higher category of main-
tenance (general support).
Before using the troubleshooting chart, check your work order and talk to
the operator, if possible, for a description of trouble symptom(s).
4-10. USE OF TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
A troubleshooting chart for the converter is provided in this section. Only those corrective
actions which are within the scope of organizational maintenance are listed in this chart.
If these actions do not restore the converter to normal operation, refer to higher category
of maintenance for corrective action.
When a trouble appears, refer to the proper step in the chart for correction of the trouble.
If higher level maintenance is not required, perform the listed corrective action.
Before removing or replacing any part in this equipment, make sure
your equipment is turned OFF. A shock hazard exists with any electronic
equipment, BE CAREFUL, DON'T TAKE CHANCES.