Section VI. TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 4-2. Troubleshooting
Starter Fails to Crank Engine.
a. Loose connection or defective wiring.
b. Defective starter switch.
b. Replace starter switch.
c. Defective starter.
2. Engine Fails to Start.
a. Clogged fuel line or leaking line.
b. Air cleaner dirty.
3. Loss of Power.
a. Defective or clogged injection nozzles.
b. Inproper valve adjustment.
4. Engine Overheats.
a. Thermostat not functioning properly.
b. Faulty water pump.
5. Engine Knocks.
Valve clearance incorrect.
6. Low or No Lubricating Oil Pressure. Defective gage.
7. Jaw Crusher Capacity Low.
a. Discharge opening not adjusted.
b. V-belt slippage.
8. Feeder Clutch Slips.
9. Side and Pitman Bearing Overheats. Plant not level.
10. Conveyor Belt Slipping.
Drive pulley lagging worn.
Section VII. RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION
functions which are incidental and/or secondary to their
4-7. General Methods Used to Attain Proper
primary function. They consist of external and internal
Essentially, suppression is attained by providing a low
for better grounding to the frame.
methods used include shielding the ignition and high
straps, with using capacitors and resistors.
Inspect the shielded cable and ground straps for breaks,
cuts, and damage.
a. Primary Suppression Components. The primary
4-10. Replacement of Suppression Components
suppression components are those who primary function
interference suppression components.
b. Secondary Suppression Components. These
components have radio interference suppression