Table 4-3. Organizational Troubleshooting
TEST OR INSPECTION
GENERATOR FAILS TO BUILD UP RATED VOLTAGE
Check TM 5-2805-259-14 or TO 38G2-89-41 for throttle setting, governor adjustment, and other
related engine defects that would cause low engine speed. Refer to TM 5-2805-259-14, or TO
Make the adjustment and replacement of defective parts as delineated in TM 52805-259-
14, or TO 38G-89-41. If engine speed is now low, go on to step 2.
Check to see if the field circuit breaker is tripped.
If circuit breaker is tripped, reset it. If resetting circuit breaker does not correct the
malfunction, go on to step 3.
Inspect voltmeter for loose wires, corroded wiring, incorrect wiring, and breaks and cracks. Also,
test the voltmeter with a multimeter to verify readings.
Inspect the voltage regulator for loose wires, corroded wiring, metal to metal contact, incorrect
wiring or other damage.
Determine if the voltage regulator is defective by performing voltage regulator on-
equipment test as described in paragraph 442b.
1A. ENGINE CRANKS; WILL NOT START
Low charged batteries.
Use clave receptacle for extra cranking power.
All data on pages 4-43 and 4 44, including Figures 4-37 and 4-38, deleted.
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