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LAUNDRY ADVANCED SYSTEM
INTRODUCTION TO TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter contains information for troubleshooting common LADS malfunctions. This chapter cannot list all tests,
inspections, and corrective actions needed to correct all malfunctions. If a malfunction is not listed, or if the actions
listed do not correct the fault, notify your supervisor.
DESCRIPTION AND USE OF CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
The description and use of controls and indicators work package (WP 0009 00) contains information on the controls
and indicators used to operate and maintain the LADS. Prior to performing troubleshooting procedures maintenance
personnel should become familiar with this information.
MAINTENANCE MENU OPERATION
System alarm messages and operating parameters can be monitored by maintenance personnel using the
maintenance menu at operator panel A. In addition, personnel can initiate operation of individual components using
the maintenance menu. Work package (WP 0010 00) provides procedures on how to access and utilize the functions
available in the maintenance menu.
TROUBLESHOOTING AIDS AND SUPPLEMENTARY DATA
The LADS contains many features that allow for quick and accurate isolation of faults. The troubleshooting aids and
supplementary data work package (WP 0011 00) contains information pertaining to these features. Prior to
performing troubleshooting procedures maintenance personnel should become familiar with this information.
The malfunction/symptom index work package (WP 0012 00) is a quick reference index for finding troubleshooting
procedures. Malfunction/symptoms are listed alphabetically in the index as follows: The faults that would normally be
occur during startup are listed first. The remaining faults are listed by system with the faults indicated on the display
listed before the faults observed by operator or maintenance personnel. Associated with each malfunction/symptom
name is a work package sequence number representing the starting point in a troubleshooting sequence. Should any
one malfunction/symptom require more than one troubleshooting procedure to arrive at the most likely fault, a
reference will be made within the starting procedure to lead you to subsequent procedures, until successful fault
isolation is achieved.
Troubleshooting work packages (WP 0013 00 through WP 0109 00) contain step by step procedures of the tests or
inspections, and corrective actions required to return LADS to normal operation. Each work package is headed by
initial setup information that outlines certain conditions which must be met before starting the task. DO NOT start a
task until you understand what you are to do. Refer to the maintenance menu operation work package (WP 0010
00), troubleshooting aids and supplementary data work package (WP 0011 00), theory of operation in Chapter 1, and
wiring diagrams work package (WP 0276 00) as necessary to gain an understanding of system operation.
END OF WORK PACKAGE