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Section II. TROUBLESHOOTING - TM-5-6350-262-14-40043
TM 5-6350-262-14/4
CHAPTER 6
DIRECT SUPPORT (INTERMEDIATE) MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. GENERAL
6-1. Maintenance Concept
a. Personnel Requirement.
A radio mechanic (Government Occupational Job Code 823.281, or equivalent
military job code) should be capable of performing direct support (intermediate) level maintenance of the MWS without
specialized training.
b. Preventive Maintenance.
Periodic replacement of batteries in the SPU is the only preventive maintenance
requirement at the direct support (intermediate) maintenance level.
c. Corrective Maintenance.
Corrective maintenance of the MWS at the direct support (intermediate) level
will consist of limited troubleshooting, repair (by replacement), and verification testing..
(1) Troubleshooting will be accomplished in accordance with Section II.
(2) Repair will be accomplished in accordance with Section III.
(3) Testing will be accomplished in accordance with Section IV.
6-2. Maintenance Tools and Equipment
a. No special tools or test equipment are required to perform allocated direct support (intermediate) maintenance
functions.
b. Standard tools and test equipment required to perform allocated direct support (intermediate, maintenance
functions are listed in table 6-1.
6-3. Maintenance Materials
All materials and supplies needed to perform allocated direct support (intermediate) maintenance functions are listed in
table 62
6-4. Repair Parts
All repair parts authorized for direct support (intermediate) maintenance are listed in Appendix C
Table 6-1. Maintenance Tools and Equipment
Items
Purpose
Applicable
paragraph
Crimping tool
Repair or replace interconnecting
6-6
wires (electrical hookup)
thru
Pliers, diagonal cutting
6-22
Pliers, long nose
Wirestripping tool
Heat sink, miniature-(2)
Remove or replace batteries
Soldering iron, 40W
Repair or replace wiring
Screwdriver, blade tip, 1/4 inch
Tighten or loosen screw fasteners
Adjust SENSITIVITY
Electrical check/tests
(Voltohmmeter)
Troubleshooting
DC Power Supply
Bench test of MWS
6-19
(O to 20 VDC)
Table 6-2. Maintenance Materials
Items
Purpose
Applicable
paragraph
Tape, double-coated
Attach replacement EOL Module
2-8
can to rack
Tape, self-adhesive
Secure loop sensor to rack
2-8
Solder, Sn 60
Repair or replace wiring
6-13
Replace batteries
thru 6-17
Wire, electrical, AWG22
Replace hookup wires
(MI L-W-16878)
Insulation, tubular
Replace filter chokes in chassis
AWG 22 (MIL-I-22129)
Adhesive (MILA46106)
Solvent
6-1

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