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SECTION III. TROUBLESHOOTING
General.
This  section  contains  troubleshooting
information that has been referenced in Section II. This
section lists possible conditions, abnormal conditions
and indications and probable causes. The information
is to be used only as a quick reference and may not be
all-encompassing.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE A - STARTING
CONDITION
PROBABLE CAUSE
A1.
Both starter-generators inoperative.
a. Low battery.
b. Loose connection or open circuit between
battery relay and power cabinet.
A2.
One starter-generator inoperative.
a.
Starter relay inoperative.
b.
Poor ground at starter-generator.
c.
Open circuit.
d.
Defective starter-generator.
e.
Defective switch.
f.
Defective wiring.
g.
Defective generator control unit.
h.
Current transformer miswired.
A3.
Engine slow to start or does not start.
a.
Low battery.
b.
High resistance starter circuit.
c.
Defective starter-generator.
d.
Turbine dragging.
e.
Defective generator control unit.
f.
Current transformer miswired.
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