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USER GUIDE
TM 9-2350-222-20-1-2
CHAPTER 4
TROUBLESHOOTING
GENERAL
Troubleshooting is the step-by-step process of identifying, locating, isolating, and repairing equipment
malfunctions or breakdowns. This section contains instructions and information which will assist the
technician in troubleshooting the M728 hull. The Detailed Troubleshooting Procedures cover the most
frequent failures and a wide variety of other failures that can be identified and dealt with effectively,
using the information in this section.
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CONTENTS
USER GUIDE
TROUBLESHOOTING SYSTEM INDEX
TROUBLESHOOTING SUBJECT INDEX
VEHICLE OPERATION SYMPTOM AND RESOURCE TABLE
INDICATOR SYMPTOM AND RESOURCE TABLE
SUPPORT SYSTEM SYMPTOM AND RESOURCE TABLE
USE OF AN/URM-105 OR ME-77 C/U MULTIMETER
USE OF SIMPLIFIED TEST EQUIPMENT/
VTM GENERAL SET-UP CONFIDENCE AND IDENTIFICATION TEST NO. 66/60
CI POWER TEST NO. 13
COMPRESSION UNBALANCE TEST NO. 14
PRESSURE 0-1000 PSIG TEST NO. 50
CHARGING CIRCUIT AND BATTERY VOLTAGE TEST NO. 67
STARTER CURRENT FIRST PEAK TEST NO. 72
STARTER CIRCUIT RESISTANCE TEST NO. 74
BATTERY CONDITION TEST NO. 77/79
DC VOLTAGE TEST NO. 89
RESISTANCE AND CONTINUITY TEST NO. 91/92
AC VOLTAGE TEST NO. 93
HARNESS CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
DETAILED TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
SYMPTOMS 1 THRU 87
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