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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 Section IV. UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES 4-6. GENERAL.  Troubleshooting  at  the  Unit  Maintenance  level  requires  you  to  locate  any  trouble  as quickly  as  possible.  Once  the  trouble  is  located,  repair  or  replace  the  part  if  you  are  authorized  to  do  so,  or determine if a higher category of maintenance is required. 4-7. PROCEDURES.  Repair  by  Unit  Maintenance  is  limited  by  tools,  test  equipment,  and  replacement parts  allocated  to  that  level.  Before  using  the  troubleshooting  table,  check  your  work  order  and  talk  to  the operator,  if  possible,  for  a  description  of  the  symptoms  if  the  trouble  occurred  while  the  equipment  was  in operation. 4-8. SYMPTOM  INDEX.  Refer  to  Table  4-2,  Operator  Troubleshooting,  under  the  number  against  the symptom in this index to determine the tests and corrective action required. SYMPTOM PAGE NO. CAB NO HEAT  ........................................................................................................................ 4-26 NO DEFROST ................................................................................................................. 4-26 FAN INOPERATIVE  ........................................................................................................ 4-27 WASHER INOPERATIVE ................................................................................................ 4-27 WIPER WON'T RUN  ....................................................................................................... 4-27 WIPER WON'T CLEAR WINDSHIELD ............................................................................ 4-28 CAB DOOR WON'T OPEN .............................................................................................. 4-28 PUMP COMPARTMENT WATER GAUGE INOPERATIVE ..................................................................................... 4-28 PUMP GAUGE INOPERATIVE   ....................................................................................... 4-28 ENGINE GAUGE INOPERATIVE  .................................................................................... 4-29 AUXILIARY POWER UNIT WON'T CRANK ................................................................................................................ 4-29 WON'T START................................................................................................................. 4-29 CRANKS SLOWLY........................................................................................................... 4-30 ERRATIC OPERATION .................................................................................................... 4-30 LOW POWER  ................................................................................................................. 4-31 WATER PUMP & PIPING PUMP WON'T ENGAGE .................................................................................................. 4-31 INSUFFICIENT PRESSURE   ........................................................................................... 4-31 WON'T PRIME  ................................................................................................................ 4-32 PUMP LEAKS  ................................................................................................................. 4-32 VALVE LEAKS  ................................................................................................................ 4-32 FOAM PERCENTAGE INCORRECT  ............................................................................... 4-33 4-18

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