SECTION Il. OPERATOR/CREW TROUBLESHOOTING
Before doing any troubleshooting, make sure you have performed all the
preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS) that address the problem
area or system.
a. This section contains troubleshooting information for locating and correcting the troubles that may develop
when operating the dolly set(s). The Operator/Crew Troubleshooting Fault Symptom Index follows these general
instructions, as Iisted at the beginning of Section Il. Fault symptoms are listed by SYSTEM, FAULT NUMBER, and
FAULT SYMPTOM. Under FAULT SYMPTOM you will find a brief description, such as Dim or Flickering Lights, or
a brief description, followed by additional, specific information, such as, Brakes Do Not Apply/Weak Brakes, Grabbing
or Uneven Braking Action.
b. Each malfunction for a component or system is followed by an Initial Setup block that lists tools, supplies,
or additional personnel needed, plus a list of equipment conditions. The equipment conditions list tells you things you
need to& before performing the actual troubleshooting procedure.
c. Before preforming any troubleshooting, you are required to review the warning summary pages in the front
of this manual and heed all warnings related to the area you are going to work on. In addition to the warnings on the
summary pages, other WARNING, CAUTION, and NOTE entries may follow the Initial Setup block; these entries
precede the step to which they apply and are to be considered part of the task.
d. The Initial Setup block is followed by a list of checks (tests or inspections), in the form of a branching logic
tree that will help you determine corrective actions to take.
e. Before starting t he procedure as written, do a brief but thorough inspection of the system/subsysterns you
are dealing with. Look for obvious damage or indications of problems, such as burned or charred wires or paint, broken
wires, or loose or missing hardware. Next, starting with the first block, step A, perform the checks in the order given,
then answer the question that follows with either YES or NO. Follow the YES or NO path to the next block, and
soon, until the problem is either fixed or referred to Unit maintenance for correction. Follow-on maintenance is listed
at the end of the task, if needed, A fault is considered corrected only when the end item has been repaired and is
returned to a fully mission-capable condition.
f. This manual cannot list all malfunctions that may occur, nor all possible tests, inspections, or corrective
actions. If a malfunction is not listed or is not corrected using the information given, notify Unit maintenance and/or