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Section  V.  TROUBLESHOOTING  PROCEDURES


TM 11-5820-890-30-5 3-12. ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION OF STANDARD TEST SETUP.  Continued ITEM ACTION REMARKS g.   Reference   fixture Normal  presets  are: CHAN FREQUENCY   (MHz) MAN 30.000 1 37.875 2 42.975 3 43.375 4 49.075 5 56.200 6 68.775 CUE 87.975 Also  load  FH  sync  time  (TOD), TRANSEC, and hopset. Preset  switch  settings: CB1: ON When MODE: SC is not NOTE: the   reference   fixture going  to  be  used  for RF: LO long   periods   (overnight),   set CHAN: MAN FCTN switch to STW position FCTN: OFF to  extend  holding  battery  life. DATA: OFF Presets  will  have  to  be VOL: As  required reloaded   afterward. DIM: As  required Section  IV.  PREVENTIVE  MAINTENANCE  CHECKS  AND  SERVICES  (PMCS) 3-13.  GENERAL. PMCS are required for the reference fixture. They are needed to keep it in good working order. Do the checks in the PMCS table at the intervals listed. Some checks and services must be done whenever you see they need to be. These routine tasks are not listed in the table. They include cleaning, checking cables for damage, stowing items  not  used,  and  checking  for  loose  nuts,  bolts,  and  screws. 3-14. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES. ITEM ACTION REMARKS a.  Holding  battery  in  RT. Set  FCTN:  OFF. Perform  this  check Set   CB1:   OFF. every  six  months. If  RT  loses  fill  information, replace  holding  battery. b.  Holding  battery  in  ECCM Replace  every  six  months. fill  device. c.   ECCM   fill   devices. Test  daily  for  presence  of fill   information. Refer  to  paragraph  3-21 for  loss  of  fill  information. 3-24


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