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Section VI. RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION
TM 5-6115-423-15
shorts and proper capacitance if a capacitor
tester is available. Use an ohmmeter to test
for shorts Wing RX 10,000 scale. Make sure
the capacitor is discharged prior to testing.
Place one lead on body of capacitor and other
lead on terminal. If there are no shorts, the
ohmmeter will read infinity ( ∞ ). Then place
leads on capacitor in reverse of above without
touching the capacitor with your fingers and
the needle should jump momentarily and then
settle back to ∞ resistance. Replace defective
capacitor by disconnecting leads and removing
mounting screw.
MEC
6115-423-15/14
42. Connectors
Inspect connectors located on baffle assembly
Figure 14.
Terminal studs.
visually for damaged threads, broken connec-
tions, and broken or damaged pins. Test for
41. Filter Capacitors
continuity. Replace defective connector by dis-
Inspect the filter capacitors (fig. 3) visually
connecting and tagging electrical leads and
for damage and loose connections. Test for
removing four mounting screws and nuts.
Section V. TROUBLESHOOTING
43. General
45. Fixed Load Switches are on but no toad
is Applied
Broken lead _______________ Replace faulty wire.
Loose connection ---------- Tighten connection.
Plug P1 is in wrong
receptacle.
46. Power Absorber Overheats
Insufficient ventilation---- Clear blocked air openings,
clear away obstructions.
44. Load Bank Fails to Start
47. Radio Interference
Tighten or replace brush.
Loose or broken suppres-
sor brush on motor.
Load Band not grounded--- Be sure the chassis and
cabinet are grounded.
Replace capacitors.
Defective capacitors C,
and C2.
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