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TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS. Continued - TM-11-5820-890-20-2_277


TM  11-5820-890-20-2 5-10 5.2. OPERATIONAL CHECK. Continued STEP 7.    LS 671 CHECKS: STEPS TO PERFORM CHECKS TO MAKE ACTIONS TO TAKE 7.1 Connect HS to LS 671 J2 Push LS 671 Volume IN Set RT:   COMSEC to CT FCTN to SQ ON MODE to SC RF PWR to HI N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 7.2 Pull LS 671 Volume OUT Press PTT and count into HS N/A Sidetone heard at HS? N/A YES:    Continue NO: Go to TS Chart 11 Sidetone heard at LS 671? YES:    Replace LS 671   NO: End of Operational Check* *  Return HS to operational position, if required. (End of Operational Check for SRM; See TS Chart 12 for Check if    having trouble with transmitting / receiving data using data device..) 5.3. TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS. This paragraph provides the unit maintainer with a general use schematic (Short Range Single Radio Mount) plus 12 Troubleshooting Charts. The unit maintainer is directed to one or more specific Troubleshooting Chart from the Operational Check. Use of Troubleshooting Charts prior to application of the Operational Check, represents poor use of unit maintainer time, can result in false pulls, and is strongly discouraged. After application of the Operational Check and one or more Troubleshooting Charts, if required, the unit maintainer will perform the prescribed LRU replacement or repair. To ensure that the system is completely operational following such maintenance action, the unit maintainer again applies the complete Operational Check. If the system then passes all steps of the Operational Check, the system may be declared fully operational and returned to service.


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