7-3. This section contains instructions for troubleshooting the
Model 7035B. Component location photographs, schematics,
and a troubleshooting index are supplied to aid in
7-6. Troubleshooting should be performed in a logical manner.
The concept of bracketing should be established, such as
determining which circuits or sections are not operating or are
operating abnormally. This is generally the fastest method to
locate trouble in a closed loop circuit. When troubleshooting
utilize the photographs and schematics presented in this
section, Figures 7-1 through 7-3.
7-7. TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX
7-8. The troubleshooting index, Table 7-1, lists other possible
malfunctions, suspected causes, and remedies.
component location photographs and schematics for backup
when searching out a problem area.