ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. ORGANIZATIONAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Scope of Organizational Maintenance
Test Equipment and Material Required for
The maintenance duties assigned to organizational
maintenance personnel for the PSK modem consist of
The tools required for organizational maintenance are
inspection, testing, and replacement of fuse and lamp
contained in Tool Kit, Electronic Equipment TK-105. A
sockets, switches, alarm buzzer, and meter.
Simpson 270 Multimeter is required for voltage and
organizational maintenance personnel will also re-run
The Fluke 8000A-01 Digital
operator tests that indicated malfunctions to verify need
Voltmeter, Protolab 7920 Card Puller, and SM-D-759649
for referral to direct support maintenance.
Card Extender are required for power supply adjustment.
Section II. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
service only those items that can be
accomplished without disturbing
To ensure that the PSK modem is always ready for
operation. As soon as the equipment
operation, it must be inspected systematically so that
can be shut down, perform all the
defects may be discovered and corrected before they
required checks and services be fore
result in serious damage or failure. The necessary
returning the equipment to operation.
preventive maintenance checks and services to be
performed while the modem is not operating are listed
and described in table 5-1. Defects discovered during
a. The organizational maintenance repainting
operation of the unit will be noted for future corrections to
responsibility is limited to paint touchup of minor control
be made as soon as operation has ceased. Stop
panel scratches. No refinishing is required.
operation immediately if a deficiency is 'noted during
operation which would damage the equipment. Record
Do not apply paint to any area of the
all deficiencies, together with the corrective action taken,
modem except the control panel front
on DA Pam 738-750, as contained in the Maintenance
required for use is No. P515E per MIL-F-14072 Refer to
If the equipment must be kept in
continuos operation, check and
Table 5-1. Organizational Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services.
The checks in the "Interval" column are to be performed in the order listed.
Item to be inspected
Equipment in not ready/available if:
Ensure that equipment functions properly as explained in Chapter 3. If
problems occur, perform troubleshooting procedures in Section III of
External cable assemblies
Ensure that cable assemblies are not loose or damaged.
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