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T M    1 0 - 3 8 3 5 - 2 1 9 - 14 Table   3-1.   Operator   Troubleshooting   Procedures   (cont). Malfunction Test   or   Inspection Corrective    Action Step   4. Inspect   strainer   for   clogged   screen. Clean    strainer. Step   5.   Check   that   applicable   valves   are   open   and   for   flow   direction. Open   valves   or   correct   flow   direction. Step   6.   Check      pump   for   operating. Refer   to   applicable   technical   manual. 2. TACKLE    BLOCK    WON’T    FUNCTION. Step   1. Inspect   for   proper   rigging. Correct   rigging. Step   2. Inspect   sheave   for   freedom   of   movement. a.    Lubricate    as    required. b.   Replace   Block,   Tackle. 3. CHAIN    HOIST    WON’T    FUNCTION. Step   1. Inspect   chain   for   binding. Free   chain Step   2. Inspect   ratchet   for   breaks,   cracks   or   distortions. Replace    Chain    Hoist. 4. GATE   VALVE   WON’T   OPEN   OR   CLOSE. Inspect   gate   valve   for   defects. Replace   gate   valve. 5. INLET   BALL   WON’T   PASS   THROUGH   HOSELINE. Inspect   for   kinks,   sharp   bends   or   other   restrictions. Straighten   hoseline   and   remove   restriction. 3 - 5

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