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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 Table 5-2.  Direct Support Troubleshooting - Continued MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION HYDRAULIC SYSTEM - Continued 7 NO SWING OPERATION IN EITHER DIRECTION - Continued Step 1.  Defective turntable control valve. Replace turntable control valve (see para 5-56). Step 2.  Defective swing motor thermal relief valve. Replace swing motor thermal relief valve in port N of swing cross-over manifold block (see para 6-74). 8 SWING OPERATION ERRATIC IN EITHER DIRECTION Step 1.  Defective gear or bearing in planetary speed reducer. Repair or replace planetary speed reducer as necessary (see para 5-53 or 6-72). Step 2.  Defective swing motor. Repair or replace swing motor as necessary (see para 5-62 and 6-76). 9 SWING OPERATION SLOW IN EITHER DIRECTION Step 1.  Swing brake not releasing. Repair as necessary (see para 5-54 and 6-73). Step 2.  Worn or defective swing motor. Repair or replace swing motor as necessary (see para 5-62 or 6-76). 10 ERRATIC OPERATION IN ALL HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS Step 1.  Pressure reducing (de-stroking) valve defective. Refer to hydraulic system component testing (see para 5-50) before replacing valve. Step 2.  Worn or defective hydraulic pump. Refer to hydraulic system component testing (see para 5-50.) and repair or replace as necessary (see para 5-61 or 6-75). 5-25

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