Section VI. TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 4-2. Troubleshooting
a. Loose connection or defective wiring.
1. Starter Fails to Crank Engine.
b. Defective starter switch.
b. Replace starter switch.
c. Defective starter.
a. Clogged fuel line or leaking line.
a. Clean line or replace leaking line (para
2. Engine Fails to Start.
b. Air cleaner dirty.
a. Defective or clogged injection
3. Loss of Power.
b. Improper valve adjustment.
a. Thermostat not functioning
a. Test thermostat. Replace if defective
4. Engine Overheats.
b. Faulty water pump.
5. Engine Knocks.
Valve clearance incorrect.
6. Low or No Lubricating Oil Pressure.
7. Low or No Fuel Pressure Indication.
8. Clutch Slips.
Clutch out of adjustment.
9. Conveyor Belt Slipping.
Conveyor belt too loose.
10. Roll Crusher Bearing Overheated.
Unit not level.
Check and level unit as necessary.
Section VII. RADIO INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION
suppression components are those whose primary function
General Methods Used to Attain Proper
Essentially, suppression is attained by providing a low
Secondary Suppression Components.
methods used include shielding the ignition and high
which are incidental and/or secondary to their primary
function. They consist of external and internal tooth
and using capacitors and resistors.
lockwashers used to attach electrical components for better
grounding to the frame.
4-8 Interference Suppression Components
a. Primary Suppression Components. The primary