Table 2-3. UNIT WASHER TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
TEST OR INSPECTION
WASHER WILL NOT OPERATE.
Step 1. Check motor for overload.
Reset and operate unit.
If motor overloads repeatedly, repair or replace as required. Refer to paragraph 2-30, Motor and Plate.
Step 2. Check if fuse is blown in control panel.
If fuse is blown, replace fuse.
Step 3. Check for damaged or missing belt.
If belt is damaged or missing, refer to paragraph 2-30, Motor and Plate.
Step 4. Check for voltage to control box.
High voltage is present on this equipment. When
applying power during a test, take proper measures
to safeguard personnel. Never work on electrical
equipment with power applied unless there is
another person with you. Death or serious injury
Apply electrical power, refer to generator TM 5-6115-585-12.
Using a multimeter, check for 120 vac the following:
(1) 4 (16) to 19 ground
(2) 3 (17) to 19 ground
(3) 2 (18) to 19 ground
Remove electrical power, refer to TM 5-6115-585-12.
If problem persists, notify Direct Support.
2. WATER WILL NOT DRAIN FROM WASHER.
Step 1. Check for clogged drain valve/line.