SAMPLE FAULT ISOLATION PROCEDURE
The sample fault isolation procedure tells you how m use the flow charts in Chapters 2 and 4.
This is the symptom shown in the Fault Symptom Index in Chapter 3.
Block number. Tells you the number of the block on the page. Block numbers start
over at every page.
This is a note. It gives useful information that can help you in doing the procedure.
A note will always come just before the step of the procedure that it is about.
A warning will be labeled at top of block. Always follow the instruction in this kind
of block carefully: If you don't, you may be injured or injure someone else,
A caution will also be labeled at top of block. The instructions in this kind of block
tell you what to do so you will not damage equipment. Be sure you always follow
caution instructions carefully.
Index numbers are found in the procedures and the illustration to help you find the
connector, switch, knob, etc. The illustration will always be on the same or an
opposite page. Remember you will never have to turn the page to find the
The circle is used to send you to another sheet of procedure to keep on
troubleshooting. The top number in the circle tells you what sheet to go to. The
bottom number tells you what block on that sheet to start with. For example:
means that you should go to sheet 3 block 01 to keep on the procedure.