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Figure 3-12. Power Supply PP-968/TMQ-5, Top View.
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Figure 3-13. Power Supply PP-968/TMQ-5, Bottom View.
Section IV. ORGANIZATIONAL TROUBLESHOOTING
erational tests, tube tests (para 3-24) and simple
3-19. Extent of Instructions
continuity checks. The material is presented in the
a. Troubleshooting at an organizational level is
order that a technician would normally use when
limited to the localizing of defective parts that are
servicing a defective radiosonde recorder. When the
readily replaceable at an organizational level (tube,
procedures indicated are not sufficient to determine
fuses, etc), or to the sectionalizing of defective units
the source of trouble, troubleshooting at a direct sup-
that must be replaced as a unit (signal data con-
port maintenance level will be required.
verter), power supply, control unit, etc.). The proce-
dures outlined are designed to determine first the
3-20. Visual Inspection
defective unit and then the nature of the fault within
a. Failure of this equipment to operate properly is
the unit. If the fault can be determined through orga-
usually caused by one or more of the following faults:
nizational procedures, corrective measures or the
(1) Improper or improperly connected power
need for repair is indicated. If the fault cannot be
source.
determined through organizational procedures, ref-
(2) Worn, broken, or disconnected cords or
erence is made to the direct support maintenance
plugs.
instructions.
(3) Burned-out fuses or tripped circuit breakers.
b. The techniques that are utilized for organiza-
(4) Relay contacts burned because of overloads.
tional troubleshooting include visual inspection, op-
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