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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 SECTION II.  OPERATOR TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES 3-2. SYMPTOM INDEX.  Troubleshooting at the operator level requires you to locate any trouble as quickly as possible.  Once the trouble Is located, perform the corrective action required.  If the malfunction Is not listed, notify your supervisor.  Refer to Table 3-3, OPERATOR TROUBLESHOOTING under the number against the system in this Index to determine the test and corrective action required. SYMPTOM Page No. APU FAILS TO CRANK .............................................................................................................................. 3-12 CRANKS  BUT WILL NOT  START .................................................................................................... 3-12 RUNNING UNEVEN AND STALLS FREQUENTLY ............................................................................ 3-12 FIRE PUMP WILL NOT PRIME .............................................................................................................................. 3-13 WILL NOT ENGAGE .......................................................................................................................... 3-13 VALVES AIR OPERATED VALVE FAILS TO OPEN OR CLOSE...................................................................... 3-14 VALVES LEAKING WATER/AGENT .................................................................................................. 3-14 WATER PIPING WATER/AGENT REMAINS IN PIPING AFTER DRAIN OPENED  ...................................................... 3-14 DISCHARGE HOSE WON'T DE-PRESSURIZE .................................................................................................................. 3-14 FOAM DISCHARGE NO FOAM DISCHARGE AT ANY NOZZLE ........................................................................................ 3-15 WATER TANK FOAM ENTERING WATER TANK  ..................................................................................................... 3-15 FOAM TANK WATER ENTERING FOAM TANK  ..................................................................................................... 3-15 AIR SYSTEM ALARM SOUNDINGS......................................................................................................................... 3-16 LIGHTS FAIL TO OPERATE............................................................................................................................ 3-16 3-10

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