Table 4-1. Organizational Prevemtove Maintenance Checks and Serices (PMCS)-Continued
Item To Be
No. I Inspected/Serviced I
See that the equipment is properly installed.
Check all surfaces for evidence of fungus. Remove rust and corro-
sion and spot-paint bare spots.
See that all bolts, nuts, and washers are correctly positioned and
properly tightened. Check for cracked, bent, or broken brackets.
Section V. TROUBLESHOOTING
4-8. VISUAL INSPECTION
Before operating the RL-207(*)/G inspect it. Inspection will save repair time and may also avoid
further damage to the equipment. Inspect the following items for defects:
Engine control panel
Fuel line connections and sediment bowl
IGNITION switch wiring
Hub locking devices
Timing belt and drive belts
4-9. USE OF TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE
Table 4-2 contains troubleshooting information useful to organizational maintenance technicians in
diagnosing and correcting malfunctions or unsatisfactory operation of the reeling machine.
The troubleshooting table lists the common malfunction symptoms and unsatisfactory performance
characteristics technicians are most likely to encounter; test and inspection steps to be followed to
determine the cause; and the corrective action(s) that should be performed for each possible cause
The technician should first find the malfunction Symptom or unsatisfactory performance charac-
teristic in the table which most closely describes the immediate situation; then perform the test and
inspections, and corrective action steps in the order in which they are listed.
This manual cannot list all possible situations which may be encountered, nor can it list all test and
inspection, and corrective action steps which may be taken. If a condition is encountered which
cannot be resolved within the capabilities and experience of organizational maintenance personnel,
assistance should be requested from direct support maintenance.