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TM 9-2320-364-20-3      2-2843 Inspect rear cable tensioner and guide for damage. (1)   If tension guide or guide is damaged or will not roll freely, repair tension guide (Para 18-15) or replace guide (Para 18-16). (2)   If tension guide and guide are not damaged and roll freely, go to Step 3 of this Fault. VISUAL INSPECTION Wire cable assembly can become frayed or contain broken wires.  Wear heavy leather- palmed work gloves when handling wire cable assembly.  Frayed or broken cable can and cause injury to personnel. Never let moving wire cable assembly slide through hands, even when wearing gloves.   A broken wire could cut through glove and cause injury to personnel. Inspect cable for severe kinks or fraying causing it to bind with winch, cable guide, tensioner or truck where cable is routed. (1)   If cable is severely kinked to the point that it will not roll up properly on winch cable drum, replace cable (Para 18-17). (2)   If cable has more than three broken wires per inch on same strand or more than six broken wires on all strands in a one-inch running length of cable, replace cable (Para 18-17).  The maximum number of broken wires must not occur in any two consecutive inches of cable; that is, if six wires are broken in one inch of cable, none would be allowed in the next consecutive inch. (3)   If cable is not severely kinked or frayed, cable is OK. VISUAL INSPECTION

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