Table 2-1. Troubleshooting (Cont'd)
Test or Inspection
5. DRYER-TUMBLER CYLINDER DOES NOT OPERATE
Check for defective manual starter wiring. Test with a multimeter (para. 2-61.
Replace defective wiring using instructions listed under procedure 3, Step 2. paragraph
Check for cracked, worn, or broken cylinder drive motor parts, damaged shaft threads, and bent shaft.
Repair or replace motor, paragraph 3-3.
6. EXHAUST FAN DOES NOT OPERATE
Check for broken manual starter wiring. Test wiring with a multimeter (para. 2-61.
Repair or replace defective wiring using instructions listed under procedures 3, Step 2,
paragraph a and b.
Check for cracked, broken, or worn exhaust motor parts, damaged shaft threads. and bent shaft.
Repair motor. Remove motor then disassemble and repair or replace defective
components (para. 3-2).
7. DRYING TAKES TOO LONG
Check if exhaust fan is rotating in wrong direction.
Transpose any two motor lead wires at starter.
Check for cracked, worn, or broken exhaust motor parts.
Refer to procedures 6, Step 2, and repair motor.
8. DRYER BURNER SMOKES
Check for worn or broken fuel pump parts
Repair or replace fuel pump, paragraph 3-8.
2-6. General Instructions for use of Multimeters
Introduction. In electrical troubleshooting, The
Simpson 160, the TS-352B/U, and the AN/URMJ105 will
do the same job. Therefore, your shop sets may contain
any one of these multimeters (fig. 2-1). Any of these
three multimeters can be used to troubleshoot your
equipment's electrical system. This section shows how.