TM 11-7010-201-12/ET821-AA-OMl-010/E154 MTS/TO 31S5-2TSQ73-1
Section Ill. TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting the MTS is based on fault isolation
This manual cannot list all malfunctions that may
to a replaceable circuit card, module, or indicator
occur, nor all tests or inspections and corrective
actions. If you are unable to isolate or to correct a
malfunction by taking corrective action(s), notify
The MTS Fault Isolation (Fl) Flow Chart helps you to
isolate the common malfunctions which you may find
during the operation or maintenance of the MTS or
its components. You should perform the tests/
inspections and corrective actions in the order
5-12. FAULT ISOLATION PROCEDURE.
a. Flow Chart Symbols and Abbreviations.
The meanings of the abbreviations in the MTS FI
To isolate faults in the MTS, use the MTS Fault
Flow Chart are found in the Dictionary of
Isolation (Fl) Flow Chart. The meanings of the flow
chart symbols are given in the Flow Chart Symbols
FLOW CHART SYMBOLS TABLE
Represents the start or stop point of the flow chart.
Represents a connection. If a number and letter are inside,
find the matching number and letter and continue. If no
number or letter, follow the flow line.
Represents a procedure you must do.
Represents a decision. Your answer (yes or no) determines
which path on the flow chart you will follow.
Represents additional information. Used for comments.