SECTION V: TROUBLESHOOTING
Remove all jewelry such as rings, dog tags,
bracelets, etc. If jewelry contacts a metal
surface a direct short may result in instant
heating of tools, damage to equipment, and
injury or death to personnel.
Extend boom all the way out (TM 9-2350-256-10).
Open air inlet door (TM 9-2350-256-10). Remove
screw (1), nut (2), and bracket (3). Disconnect
batteries to master relay, voltage regulators, slave
receptacle, and engine disconnect wiring harness
from engine regulator. Place red lead of multimeter
on pin A of wire 2 and black lead to ground. Turn
MASTER switch on and check for voltage. Turn
MASTER switch OFF. If voltage is not present,
troubleshoot battery circuit. If voltage is present, go
to step B.
Place red lead of multimeter on pin A of wire 2 and
black lead to ground. Turn MASTER switch on, start
engine, open generator cutout switch and check for
voltage. Turn engine and MASTER switch OFF, and
close generator cutout switch. If voltage is present,
go to step G. If voltage is not present, replace main
engine regulator (see paragraph 6-5).