Discuss problem with other journeymen in the shop.
Check each part of every system.
Examine most complex unit.
Observe gauge indications.
Checking the applicable trouble areas.
Understanding the function of each engine unit.
Inspecting other areas after isolating trouble between points.
Performing easy checks, then going to more difficult checks.
Power plant charts.
Be a 7-level.
Have at least five years experience.
Complete college courses in troubleshooting techniques.
Understand the function of each unit within each system.
Mn test system.
Be small in size.
Use digital readout.
Use analog readout.
Cheap to manufacture.
If an engine should be removed from an aircraft.
If the engine should be sent to the test cell.
The meaning of the instrument readings.
What tools are required for maintenance.
Electrical valve to the indicator.
Metal tubing for electron flow.
Radio frequency transmitter.
Transmitter and indicator.
Fan turbine inlet.
A turbine inlet.
A control valve.
An exhaust duct.
Steel and iron.
Steel and alumel.
Iron and chromel.
Alumel and chromel.
Transmitter and a float valve.
Control valve and a float valve.
Transmitter and a fuel-flow indicator.
Control valve and a fuel-flow transcriber.
Pounds per hour.
Gallons per hour.
Pounds per minute.
Gallons per minute.
Engine turbine section.
Engine accessory section.
Speed of the electrical magnet.
Speed of the alternating magnet.
One gold contact.
Two silver contacts.
Three bronze contacts.
Four copper contacts.
Only the TEST switch.
Both TEST and NORMAL switches.
Only the TEST WARNING ON switch.
Both TEST ON and TEST OFF switches.
Total (t) pressure (P) at flange 2 (2).
Total (t) pressure (P) at station 2 (2).
Temperature (t) and pressure (P) at flange 2 (2).
Temperature (t) and pressure (P) at station 2 (2).
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