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6.  BOOM WILL NOT TELESCOPE IN USING REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (CONT). - TM-9-2320-364-20-3_732
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6.  BOOM WILL NOT TELESCOPE IN USING REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (CONT). - TM-9-2320-364-20-3_734
TM 9-2320-364-20-3      2-2611 (1)   Loosen six screws, clips and remove crane junction box cover. (2)   Set multimeter select switch to volts. (3)   Connect positive (+) multimeter lead to crane junction box, terminal 12. (4)   Connect negative (–) multimeter lead to a known good ground. (5)   Turn ON ENGINE switch (TM 9-2320-364-10). (6)   Set hydraulic selector switch to SRW/CRANE position. (7)   Set crane POWER switch to ON position. (8)   Set remote control ON/OFF EMERGENCY STOP power switch to ON. (9)   Put remote control unit TELESCOPE control lever in the IN position. (a) If 22 to 28 vdc are not present, perform Step (10) below and repair white wire from truck remote control hookup to terminal 12 (see schematic Fig 2-58) or notify DS Maintenance. (b) If 22 to 28 vdc are present, perform Step (10) below and go to Step 7 of this Fault. (10)   Put the following switches in OFF position:  remote control ON/OFF EMERGENCY STOP power switch, crane POWER switch, hydraulic selector switch and ENGINE switch. VOLTAGE TEST Remove all jewelry such as rings, dog tags, bracelets, etc.  If jewelry or tools contact positive electrical circuits, a direct short may result.  Damage to equipment, injury or death to personnel may occur.

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