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Probable cause
Possible remedy
loaded. ----------------------- Reduce loads, readjust load,
or
reduce
speed
as
necessary.
Faulty check valves --------- Check  air  pressure  at
Cause beyond repair
regulator;
replace check
scope of operator. --------- Notify
supporting
field
valves as necessary.
maintenance unit.
Break in air hose of ............
equipment. ------------------ Check air hose and replace
as necessary.
98. Excessive Noise
Cause beyond repair--------
scope of operator.--------- Notify
supporting  field
Probable cause Possible remedy
maintenance unit.
Lack of lubrication.----------- Lubricate
equipment
in
accordance with paragraphs
97. Excessive Vibration of Equipment
85 and 86.
Improper use of equip-
Probable cause
Possible remedy
ment. ------------------------- Check specific hand-books
Loose mounting bolts. ------ Check
mountings
for
for use of equipment.
security; tighten or replace
Cause beyond repair
bolts as necessary.
scope of operator. --------- Notify
supporting
field
maintenance.
Probable cause
Possible remedy
Equipment improperly
Section V. RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION
washers, confining electrical disturbances so they cannot
99. Purpose
disturb receiving equipment.
a. Radio interference suppression is the elimination
100. Inspection
or minimizing of the electrical disturbances which interfere
with radio reception or disclose the location of the
equipment to sensitive electrical detectors. Therefore, it
The operator of the equipment is responsible for the
is very important, that equipment with, as well as
inspection of radio interference suppressors and the
equipped without radios be sup pressed properly to
correction or reporting of any discrepancies discovered.
prevent interference with radio reception of surrounding
Those sections of technical manuals which contain
equipment, or disclosing locations.
detailed instructions for radio interference suppression
b. Suppression in the equipment is accomplished
should be used in conjunction with this manual. It is the
by the use of resistor suppressors and capacitors. In
responsibility of the operator to familiarize himself with
addition, metal parts of the equipment are formed into a
these manuals and to perform the inspections listed
shield by use of braided bond straps and toothed
therein.
Section VI. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
(2) Conduit encased wires connecting the external
101. General
power receptacle with the electric control
panel.
A detailed description of the electrical system is
(3) Wiring from the control panel to the various
receptacles which supply current to the
equipment to be operated.
102. Electrical Wiring Installation
b. Second Echelon Maintenance.
Inspect and
replace, as necessary; wiring, connectors, receptacles,
a.  General. The electrical wiring installation (fig.
and conduit in accordance with
8), is comprised of:
(1) Power cord for connecting generator or
auxiliary power source to the external power
receptacle of the shop.
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