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OPERATIONAL  CHECK.  Continued - TM-11-5820-890-30-5_794
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EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND NOTES (cont) - TM-11-5820-890-30-5_796


TM 11-5820-890-30-5 15-12.  TROUBLESHOOTING. Troubleshooting  is  done  on  a  faulty  battery  tray.  The  steps  to  determine  if  a  battery  tray  is  faulty  and  how  to troubleshoot  it  are  as  follows: a. When a battery tray is received from unit maintenance, inspect it for damage.  Repair any damage before  proceeding  with  testing.  See  section  IV  if  repairs  are  necessary. b. Verify the symptom.    Perform the operational check found in paragraph 15-11. This will direct you to the  correct  troubleshooting  flowchart  or  identify  the  fault. c. Troubleshoot the battery tray using the flowchart.  It will identify the defective module or component. d. Replace  the  defective  module  or  component.  Follow  the  procedures  in  section  IV. e. Verify  the  repair.   Repeat  the  operational  check  in  paragraph  15-11  that  failed.  If  it  passes,  then continue with the rest of the operational check. When the operational check is passed, the battery tray can  be  returned  for  use. The  flowcharts  provide  views  of  the  battery  tray  test  points.  These  test  points  are  used  to  fault  isolate  to  a defective  component.  See  figure  15-2  for  the  overall  layout. Figure 15-2. Battery Tray Test Points. 15-6


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