m. STE Component Test Block (1). After you have answered YES to
the question "do you have the STE test set," this block requires you
to set up and perform a self-test of the STE components before
proceeding any further.
(This lesson describes the STE test
equipment in part B.)
n. Alternate Troubleshooting Procedure Block (2).
gives separate troubleshooting procedures to use if you do not have
the STE test set.
This block refers you to a table that shows the
available alternate troubleshooting procedures, their location, and
tells you what action to take if an ATP does not exist for the fault
you must troubleshoot.
(This lesson describes the alternate
troubleshooting procedures in part B.)
o. STE-M1 Test Block (3). This block gives you the correct test
number you must enter on the set communicator (SETCOM) and an example
of what the SETCOM should display. Once you have entered the correct
test number and pressed GO, follow the instruction displayed on the
Remember to press GO after you have completed each
p. Flow Line (4).
procedure continues on the next page.
Sample Procedure (Part Three).