Table 7-1. Direct Support (Intermediate) Test Equipment
Power Supply, DC
Section III. TROUBLESHOOTING
7-5. Troubleshooting Data
a. General In addition to the troubleshooting chart, other troubleshooting data is supplied as described in the
b. Parts Location Diagrams. Appendix C contains the parts location information for the processor and the
c. Schematic Diagrams. Figures FO3 located at rear of manual) and 7-1 comprise the schematic diagrams for the
processor and the detector respectively.
Figure 7-1. Detector - schematic diagram
7-6. Cable Checks
The procedure outlined in a through d below is given as a convenient method of checking for continuity or shorts in single
conductor and multiconductor cables.
a. Disconnect both ends of the cable to be tested.
b. Check for grounds using a multimeter to check continuity between each lead and the conduit or each lead and
its respective shield. Continuity should indicate infinity.
c. Check for opens by selecting one conductor in the cable and grounding it at one end to the conduit. At the other
end of the cable check continuity between lead and conduit. Infinite indication is an open circuit.
d. Follow the procedure in step c for the remaining
conductors in the cable.
7-7. Physical Test and Inspection
a. General. This procedure is provided for use as