gives the radar warning systems PMCS
which you should do as indicated.
The PROCEDURES column in your
Weekly and monthly, perform your
PMCS chart instructs you to
(W) and (M) PMCS. These are
"Check for and have repaired or
important checks you make to keep
adjusted as necessary". Care-
fully follow these instructions
serious problems from suddenly
and, when necessary, get organ-
izational maintenance to do the
Routine checks such as: cleaning,
dusting, washing, checking for
frayed cables, stowing items not in
and checking for loose nuts and
bolts are not listed as PMCS checks.
If your equipment must be in
Do these things whenever required.
operation all the time, check and
If you find a routine check like
service those items that can be
checked and serviced without
one of those above listed in your
disturbing operation. Make the
PMCS, it was listed because other
complete checks and services
operators reported problems with
when the equipment can be shut
If your equipment fails to operate,
troubleshoot in accordance with
ficiencies using the proper forms.
See TM 38-750.
Use the ITEM NO. column in your
PMCS table to get the numbers
for the TM ITEM NO. column on
DA Form 2404 (Equipment Inspec-
When you are doing any PMCS or
tion and Maintenance Worksheet)
other check, remember the warn-
when you fill out the form.
ings and cautions.
Section III. OPERATION UNDER
tone should come on momentarily
and then go off. If you have a
the control unit when aircraft dc power
Radar Warning System AN/APR-44
(V)1, SAM indicator should come
form the procedures listed below:
on momentarily and go off. If you
have a Radar Warning System
Press AI/SAM switch/indicator for
AN/APR-44(V)3, SAM and AI indi-
lamp test. Both sections of
cators should come on momentarily
switch/indicator should light.
and then go off.
Place POWER switch to ON position
c. Adjust VOLUME control to get a
by pulling out and then up. Panel
comfortable listening level in
edge lights should light. Audio