ORGANIZATIONAL TROUBLESHOOTING - CONTINUED
TEST OR INSPECTION
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM - CONTINUED
LOSS OF FLUID - CONTINUED
Step 3. Inspect hydraulic components for damage.
a. If derrick elevation cylinder (1) is cracked or broken, replace (page 2-1806).
b. If outrigger (2) hydraulic lines are cracked or broken, replace as needed (page 2-1003
If any other components are cracked or broken, notify Direct Support Maintenance.
Step 4. Test lines (3) and components for leaks.
a. Have assistant start engine, operate hydraulic components, and shut off engine (TM 9-
b. If lines (3) leak, replace as needed using applicable maintenance procedure.
If derrick elevation cylinders (1) leak, replace (page 2-1086).
d. If outrigger (2) hydraulic lines leak, replace (page 2-1003 or 2-1013).
e. If other hydraulic components leak, notify Direct Support Maintenance.
DERRICK WILL NOT RAISE OR HOLD LOAD
Step 1. Test derrick controls.
a. Engage power takeoff, start engine, and operate console controls and operator's
controls (TM 9-2320-269-10).
b. If one set of controls works properly, but not the other, shut off engine, disengage
power takeoff (TM9-2320-269-10), and notify Direct Support Maintenance.
Shut off engine, and disengage power takeoff (TM 9-2320-269-10).