(4) Refer to paragraph 4-40 for test procedures
for gauges. Note that the gauges on the
remote control module are identical to those
on the generator control panel.
(1) Replace gauges and switches on the front
panel as follows:
(a) Tag and remove wires to gauges and
(b) Remove mounting hardware to remove
gauges and switches.
(d) Connect wires and remove wire tags.
(2) Replace alarm horn (8, figure 5-1) as
(a) Tag and disconnect wires to alarm horn.
(b) Remove nut (6), washers (7), and screw
(5) to remove horn (8).
(c) Install horn (8) with screw (5), washer
(7), and nut (6).
(d) Connect wires and remove tags.
Table 5-3. Remote Control Module Troubleshooting
TEST OR INSPECTION
Death or injury may result if proper
care is not taken while working with
the various voltages in and around
the remote control module.
GENERATOR SET DOES NOT START WHEN MASTER SWITCH IS MOVED TO START POSITION.
Set 24V DC CONTROL CIRCUIT BREAKER to OFF and, using multimeter, check for continuity of MASTER
SWITCH S1 in accordance with paragraph 5-9b(2).
Replace switch (see paragraph 5-9c), if defective.
START AID SWITCH IS SET TO ON BUT GENERATOR DOES NOT START.
Set 24V DC CONTROL CIRCUIT BREAKER (on generator control panel) to OFF, then, using a multimeter,
check for continuity across the terminals of START AID SWITCH S2 as it is toggled to each position.
Replace switch (see paragraph 5-9c), if it does not read zero ohms in one position and infinite in
the other position.