No materials are required.
MAINTENANCE OF THE RECEIVER CONTROL.
No alignment is required. for the receiver control.
Figure FO-2 (sheet 1) diagrams the receiver control self-test pro-
cedures. These procedures determine if a new or repaired unit is
capable of performing its assigned mission.
This section provides troubleshooting procedures for the receiver
control to isolate a malfunction to the module or CCA level (CCA).
High voltage is used in the operation of this equip-
ment. Avoid contacting high-voltage connections
when installing or operating this equipment.
or death may result if personnel fail to observe
Figure FO-2 and FO-15 thru FO-17 list the troubleshooting tests
to be performed on the receiver control. Fault isolation procedures
to be performed when a receiver control failure is encountered are
also listed. When the troubleshooting procedures are completed, per-
form the test procedures (see figure FO-2) again to make sure that
the receiver control is functioning properly.
Figure 6-1 shows the assembly locations of the receiver control.
Figure 6-2 shows the back panel of the receiver control. Individual
CCAS are shown in figure 6-3 thru 6-8. Figure FO-1 is the color code
chart for military standard resistors, inductors, and capacitors.
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