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TM-9-2330-385-14 Palletized Load System Trailer (PLST) Model M1076 Manual
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AXLE TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES.
TM 9-2330-385-14
VISUAL INSPECTION
(1) Remove brake drum (Para 4-58).
(2) Visually inspect brake shoes, drum,
and other brake components for
excessive wear, broken brake shoe,
springs, loose shoes, grooved drums,
and other damage that will prevent
brakes from releasing.
(a) If brake components are
damaged, replace damaged
brake components (Para 4-35).
(b) If brake components are not
damaged, brake components
are OK.
(3) Install brake drum.
VERIFY REPAIR
(1) Raise up trailer (Para 4-57) and
support side so the wheel(s) is off the
ground.
(2) Turn ON ENGINE switch
(TM 9-2320-364-10).
(3) Push in trailer charge valve in
(4) Spin wheel and listen to and observe
movement.
(a) If wheel(s) do not spin freely,
fault not corrected. Perform
Steps (5) through (7) below and
notify supervisor.
(b) If wheel(s) spins freely,
fault corrected.
(5) Pull out trailer charge valve in truck.
(6) Turn OFF ENGINE switch.
(7) Remove support from side and lower
trailer to ground.
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