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Table 4-2.  UNIT MAINTENANCE TROUBLESHOOTING
TM 9-5130-338-128P 4-7.  INTRODUCTION TO PMCS TABLE-Continued. It  is  necessary  for  you  to  know  how  fluid  leakage  affects  your  equipment.    The  following  classification system  defines  three  types  of  leaks  you  may  encounter  while  doing  PMCS.    Become  familiar  with  the system so that you can determine readiness status of your hydraulic impact wrench. Class I leak-Seepage of fluid (indicated by wetness or discoloration) not great enough to form drops. Class II leak-Leakage of fluid great enough to form drops, but not enough to cause drops to drip from item being checked or inspected. Class  Ill  leak-Leakage  of  fluid  great  enough  to  form  drops  that  fall  from  item  being  checked  or inspected. CAUTION Equipment operation is allowable with minor leakage (class I or class   II).      Of   course,   consideration   must   be   given   to   fluid capacity  in  item  or  system  being  checked  or  inspected.  When in doubt, notify your supervisor.  When operating with class I or  class  II  leaks,  continue  to  check  fluid  levels  as  required  in your PMCS to prevent damage to equipment. Class III leaks should be reported to your supervisor. Table 4-1.  UNIT MAINTENANCE PMCS. LOCATION ITEM TO NOT FULLY ITEM CHECK / MISSION NO. INTERVAL SERVICE PROCEDURE CAPABLE IF: 1 Semiannual Hydraulic impact Perform operator PMCS listed in table 2-1 of wrench this manual. 2 Semiannual Impact head Service impact head in accordance with paragraph 4-11. Section IV.  UNIT MAINTENANCE TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES 4-8.  INTRODUCTION FOR UNIT MAINTENANCE TROUBLESHOOTING. The  following  table  lists  common  malfunctions  which  you  may  find  during  the  operation  or  maintenance  of  the hydraulic impact wrench or its components.  Perform tests/inspections and corrective actions in the order listed. This  manual  cannot  list  all  malfunctions  that  may  occur,  nor  all  tests,  inspections,  and  corrective  actions.    If  a malfunction is not listed, or is not corrected by listed corrective actions, notify your supervisor. NOTE Before  you  use  this  troubleshooting  table,  ensure  you  have  performed  all  applicable  operating checks in Chapter 2. 4-4

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