2-4. Troubleshooting Procedure
a. The troubleshooting and repair work that can be performed at the
organizational category of maintenance is necessarily limited in scope
by the tools, test equipment, replaceable parts issue, and by the existing
tactical situation. Accordingly, troubleshooting is based on the performance
of the equipment and the use of the senses in determining component
malfunctions. Refer to the troubleshooting chart (para 2-5) for observable
malfunctions and corrective actions that can be taken for an installed system.
b. Organizational personnel are authorized to replace most system components
(see appx B) epair of removed components is to be directed to higher level
TEST OR INSPECTION
Step 1. Check for loose or damaged anchors.
Place a second anchor into ground beside the loose
anchor and transfer guys to the second anchor.
Check for guy slackness.
Check tensioner slippage.
Replace guy assembly.
Check if launcher is solid on ground.
Reinstall the launcher on a soft
Tighten all guys.
Check for brake not set.
Readjust antenna azimuth and set brake.
Check for defective brake.
Repair brake. Refer to next higher echelon