BOOM STAYLINE CABLES BECOME SLACK DURING LIVE BOOM
OPERATION OR BOOM CAN BE STOWED WITHOUT ACTIVATING THE
BOOM SAFETY VALVE CONTROL LEVER -- CONTINUED
CONTINUED FROM STEP H
Are all hoses and components free of leaks, restric-
tions, and damage?
If pressure at BSI in
stow range is less than
385 psi, go to Step I. If
pressure at BSI in live
range is greater than 60
psi, notify Direct Support
Tighten leaking connections and remove
restrictions. Verify fault is corrected. If
restrictions cannot be removed from
hoses, replace hoses (WP 0544 00).
Verify fault is corrected. If subplates or
valves are damaged or if restrictions can-
not be removed from them, notify Direct
Notify Direct Support
8. Shut down hydraulics and main engine
1. Remove subfloor plates 10, 11, 12, 15, 18, 23
and 31 (WP 0454 00).
2. Inspect the hydraulic control valve manifold
assembly, boom safety valve, boom limit valve
subplates, boom limit valves and all connecting
hoses for leaks, restrictions, and damage.
Is pressure at boom safety valve ports BSI and BSO 60
psi or less with boom in live range and is pressure at
port BSI 385--470 psi and pressure at port BSO 60 psi
or less with boom in stow range?
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