GENERAL SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
may result from contact with supply volt-
When servicing equipment, be extremely
ages (208-230 volts ac) present at these
careful to avoid contact with ac power line
voltage terminals. Serious injury or death
Section I. GENERAL
3-1. Scope of GS Maintenance
a. All maintenance procedures for the equipment
covered within this manual are within the scope of
b. Testing procedures are prepared for use by gen-
general support maintenance and are covered in this
eral support personnel responsible for maintenance of
chapter. Maintenance duties assigned to general sup-
electronic equipment to determine the acceptability of
port are listed below, together with references to para-
repaired equipment. These procedures set forth the
graphs covering specific maintenance functions. No
specific requirements that repaired equipment must
tools or materials other than those listed in paragraph
meet before it is returned to the using organization.
c. Comply with the instructions for each check, per-
forming each check in sequence to insure desired test
results. Do not vary the sequence.
3-2. Test Equipment, Tools, and Materials Required
All test equipment, tools and materials required to perform the testing procedures for general support are listed be-
a. Test Equipment.
Test Set, Capacitor, ZM-3/U
b. Tools and Materials.
Tools and Materials
Tool Kit, Electronic