Answer for frame 22:
Assume that only one fault exists and troubleshoot
that one first. Then troubleshoot each remaining
fault, using the logical troubleshooting procedures.
23. Listed below are different types of troubleshooting checks. Rearrange
this list according to the order of usefulness of the checks.
Answer for frame 23: Check at the bottom of page 117.
24. Besides the general rules for troubleshooting, there are a few general
considerations which each troubleshooter must remember. In every situation,
he must be sure to note all the symptoms (proper functioning and
malfunctioning). Then he must hematics d diagram and apply his
findings to establish his initial brackets. He must arrow wn th
possibilities by checking within the brackets, interpreting his results, and
moving the brackets closer to each other. He must get the most out of each
check, avoiding irrelevant checks, redundant checks, and premature checks.
He must ely on his knowl the system operatio , his test equipment,
technical manuals, and his logical analysis of the malfunctioning system. A
consistent, logical method of troubleshooting will be efficient and
effective; and by using these principles of troubleshooting, the
troubleshooter will become more and more proficient as he gains experience.