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TM   11-5821-333-12 6-14.  EXPLANATION  OF  SYMBOLS. Test  Procedure  Start  (Rectangle  with  rounded  sides):  Indi- cates  start  of  the  test  procedure  and  contains  a  brief  de- scription  of  the  symptom  of  trouble. Test Procedure Flow Line (Line): Indicates procedure flow. Test  Procedure  Instruction  (Rectangle):  Provides  instruc- tions  for  doing  a  specific  test. Decision   (Diamond):   Indicates   that   a   decision   must   be made (YES or NO) in answer to a question about the previ- 6-15. a. b. c. d. HOW TO USE FLOWCHARTS. Do  actions  described  in  first  rectangle. ous test. Path taken depends on the answer (YES or NO). Connector  (Circle):  Directs  user  to  another  place  in  the chart.  Contains  a  number  and  a  sheet  number  (SH  No.). Go  to  the  sheet  indicated  and  find  the  entry  number. Answer  yes  or  no  to  question  in  decision  block. Go  to  next  block  as  directed  by  answer  to  yes/no  question. Continue  until  bad  unit  is  located. 6-10


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