Correct Answer and Feedback
A. Conveyor chain.
Removal of the conveyor chain is a separate maintenance task. With the
chain in place on the conveyor assembly, it is impossible to remove the
idler sprocket assembly.
Therefore, it must be removed first.
(Page 12, para 3)
A. MASTER switch ON, flow control valve open.
This is the normal operating position for the MASTER switch and the
flow control valve. If they are not in the correct position for normal
operation, indications of a fault may exist when there are not faults.
(Page 34, para 3 and page 35, para 4)
A. Continue troubleshooting.
When continuity is indicated, a path exists for the voltage to flow.
There is no fault in the harness, and you must continue troubleshooting
the next component in the conveyor assembly. (Page 36, para 3)
B. Notify support maintenance.
When the multimeter remained on infinity, it indicated there is a open
in the circuit; NO path for the voltage to flow. The repair or replace
is not at your level of maintenance, therefore you must notify support
maintenance. (Page 43, para 2)
B. Replace the directional control valve.
When the conveyor moved in both directions using the hand crank, it
indicated the chain was not jammed and the conveyor was free to move in
When you manually operated the directional control
valve and had movement in one directional only, it indicated the valve
itself is not functioning correctly and must be replaced.