Section V. TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 5-5 gives information for locating and correcting
5-8. TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE.
troubles with the tower at the organizational level of
maintenance. Specific parts concerned are the tower
and the elevator hoists and the elevator.
High voltage is used in operation of
malfunction listed is followed by checks or inspections
electric hoists. Death or injury may
and corrective actions.
Perform these checks or
result from contact with high voltage
inspections in the order listed. Any trouble that is
beyond the scope of organizational maintenance shall
be referred to direct support maintenance.
controls is lethal. Disconnect this
power before servicing hoist motors
or controls, or any hoist circuits.
Table 5-5. Organizational Troubleshooting Chart
TEST OR INSPECTION
1. ELEVATOR HOIST DOES NOT FUNCTION WHEN CONTROL BUTTON IS PRESSED.
Step 1. Check to see if power supply cord is disconnected.
Connect power cord to power supply receptacle.
Step 2. Check for loose power cable connections.
Step 3. Inspect power cable for defects.
Replace power cable if defective.
Step 4. Inspect hoist operating control for defects.
Replace hoist operating control if defective.
Step 5. Inspect control cable for defects.
Replace control cable if defective.
Step 6. Inspect hoist motor for defects.
Replace hoist motor if defective.