i. Procedure Block (3).
This block instructs you to do one or
more actions and provides references for further information when
j. Question Block (4).
A question block asks you a specific
question that you must answer either yes or no.
After you have
answered the question, you then follow the proper flow line to the
k. Procedure Illustration (5).
The illustration gives the
location of any components called out in the procedure block (3).
Use the illustration with the procedure block.
l. Corrective Action Block (6). After you have determined that a
specific problem exists, this block tells you how to correct it.
Mostly, it gives a maintenance reference and tells you to replace the
Sample Procedure (Part Two).
The following call-out numbers refer to figure 1-4.