2-24. TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS, Continued
Connect the test setups only when directed and with the power supply turned off. The large
current capacity of the test power supply can cause personal injury. Verify the test setup before
turning the power supply on.
Static electricity and stray voltages can damage the rt modules. Use an antistatic pad on
the work surface and wear a grounded wrist strap when troubleshooting or handling the
To avoid damage to equipment, always set DC switch on test adapter to OFF before turning
power supply on.
Before setting DC switch on test adapter to ON, always set rt and rcu FUNCTION switches
to STOW or OFF. This applies to the uut, the ref rt, and the ref rcu. Failure to do so
may damage an rt or rcu.
You should not have an rcu connected to J6 of the test adapter. Having an rcu connected may
cause bad test readings or may damage the equipment.
The principles of operation section can be used to fault isolate any unusual problems that may
not be covered in the troubleshooting procedures.