ARMY TM 9-6115-60412
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-633-12
UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING. Table 5-3 and paragraph 5-13 provide information for locating and correcting
operating troubles which may develop in the remote control module. Each malfunction is followed by a list of tests or
inspections which will help to determine probable causes and corrective actions to take. Perform the tests or inspections
and corrective actions in the order listed. Any trouble beyond the scope of unit maintenance should be referred to the
next higher level of maintenance.
Figure 5-3. Remote Control Module, Wiring Harness
UNIT MAINTENANCE OF THE REMOTE CONTROL MODULE . Unit testing of the remote control module is
accomplished by performing tests on components listed below. Replacement of the entire module is performed by
disconnecting the remote control cable (see Figure 1-9) and ground wire from the unit and installation of another module
in accordance with the information in paragraph 5-3. Repair of the remote control module is accomplished by the
replacement of its components as required and detailed below.
AC AMPERES Meter M102R (1, Figure 5-2). The AC AMPERES meter M102R indicates the amount of
current flowing through each individual phase of generator G1.
Adjust. Zero Adjust AC AMPERES Meter M102R. An adjustment screw on the face of AC
AMPERES meter M102R is used to zero the meter when It is not energized. If necessary adjust the screw on meter face
to align the needle with the zero mark.
(a) Start the generator set for REMOTE SINGLE SET operation in accordance with paragraph 2-9
and Figure 2-22 with constant output applied to any available and stable load.