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CHAPTER 6
GENERAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section 1. SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
63. Special Tools and Equipment
64. Specially Designed Tools and Equipment
No specially designed equipment or tools
No special equipment or tools are required
are required by direct and general and depot
by direct and general support and depot main-
maintenance personnel for performing mainte-
tenance personnel for performing maintenance
nance on the load bank.
on the load bank.
Section Il. TROUBLESHOOTING
67. Power Absorber Overheats
65. General
Possible remedy
Probable cause
This section provides information useful in
Fan inoperative ____________ Repair or replace fan
diagnosing and correcting unsatisfactory oper-
motor if faulty. Tighten
ation or failure of the load bank or any of its
fan blade if loose. Check
components. Each trouble symptom stated is
and retighten connec-
tions to fan motor
followed by a list of probable causes of
(para 36 and 90).
trouble. The possible remedy recommended is
described opposite the probable cause.
68. Relay Does Not Operate
Possible remedy
Probable cause
66. Fixed Load Switches are on but no
Relay is defective_________Test and replace relay if
defective (para 75)
Load is Applied
Possible remedy
Probable cause
69. Variable Load Switches Does Not
Defective contactor K-1 .-Replace or repair con-
Apply Load
tactor (para 76, 88).
Probable cause
Defective increment or air Replace sitches (fig. 15).
Possible remedy
Variac brushes worn________Check and replace variable
flow switches.
transformer if brushes
Defective relay K-2------- Replace or repair relay
are worn (para 72 and
Thermal switches _________ (para 3c(3) )
79) .
Transformers ------------- (para 79, 82 and 92)
70. Load Drops Suddenly
Rectifiers----------______.(para  39)
Fixed and variable load
Possible cause
Probable cause
switches.
Contactor (K1) operating Replace contactor (K1)
Wind switches ------------ (para 38a)
improperly.
Section Ill. REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
formers, auto transformers, rectifier, relay,
71. General
This section contains instructions for the re-
contactor, power absorbers, and control trans-
moval and installation of the variable trans-
formers. Refer to figure 13 to remove any
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