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OPERATIONAL CHECK. Continued - TM-11-5820-890-30-5_65
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TM 11-5820-890-30-5 2-30.  MAINTENANCE  ACTION  PRECISE  SYMPTOM  (MAPS)  CHART. The  MAPS  chart  is  used  to  find  the  troubleshooting  chart  to  use  when  a  symptom  has  been  provided  by  Unit Maintenance. It is a flowchart similar to the troubleshooting flowcharts. Do not start the MAPS chart until after the pre-troubleshooting  check  has  been  passed. The  purpose  of  the  MAPS  chart  is  to  locate  the  correct  troubleshooting  flowchart  without  performing  the  entire operational  check.  Many  times,  multiple  symptoms  will  be  present.  The  MAPS  chart  identifies  which  symptom should  be  checked  first. A  description  of  the  flowchart  symbols  is  in  paragraph  2-28. To  use  the  MAPS  chart,  proceed  through  the  flowchart  until  a  circle  is  reached  that  directs  you  to  a  step  (or steps)  in  the  operational  check.  Perform  that  step  (or  steps)  in  the  operational  check.  If  more  than  one  step  is indicated, perform them in the order listed. If all of the checks (or steps) are passed, return to the MAPS chart. If the circle has a PASSED CHECK arrow, then return to the MAPS chart where indicated. If the circle does not have a  PASSED  CHECK  arrow,  then  the  symptom  was  not  verified.  Perform  the  operational  check. After  a  bad  module  has  been  replaced,  repeat  the  operational  check  step  that  was  not  passed.  The  entire operational check should be passed before an RT is returned to Unit Maintenance. It is not necessary to repeat steps  that  were  passed  as  part  of  the  troubleshooting  process. 2-45


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