Section III. OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL TROUBLESHOOTING
(b) Cracked or broken cables.
4-7. General Troubleshooting Procedures
a. General. Troubleshooting procedures
for the F-1461/VRC are based on the normal
operation of the equipment being used. When
(2) If visual inspection does not locate
an abnormal indication is observed note the
the trouble, proceed to troubleshooting table
symptom and use the troubleshooting chart in
this chapter to identify the probable cause.
4-8. Troubleshooting Table
b. Visual Inspection.
is a troubleshooting
table for use
(1) Before troubleshooting, inspect the
operator and organizational level. Use the
equipment for visible defects. This saves repair
symptom index to locate the malfunction para-
time and may prevent further damage. Inspect
graph. Follow the instruction given in the cor-
the following for obvious defects.
rective column when the problem has been
identified. If recommended solutions do not
(a) The seating of all connectors.
correct the problem, a higher category of main-
tenance is required.