Table 5-1. DS and GS Troubleshooting (Contd)
Test or Inspection
If continuity is shown, the cable is defective and must be replaced. If continuity is not shown, the
stator is defective and must be replaced. Remove the generator, paragraph 6-2 or 6-3. Disassemble
the generator, paragraphs 7-13 and 7-14, to the extent necessary to replace the stator. If the stator
passes the above test, go on to Step 3.
Test the rotor as follows:
a. Remove the blower cover and fan, para. 6-2 or 6-3.
b. Use a multimeter that has been set on the RX1 scale and test between the rotor field windings terminal and
the case of the rotor. If the resistance is not wit bin five percent above or below the following values, the rotor
must be removed for further testing (TM 5-764):
Model MEP-017A (60 Hertz)
Model MEP-022A (400 Hertz)
If the rotor does not pass the above test, replace it. Refer to paragraph 6-2 or 6-3 and remove the gen-
erator. Refer to paragraph 7-13 and 7-14, disassemble the generator to the extent necessary to re-
place the rotor.