5-13. EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS AND NOTES.
Test Procedure Start: (Rectangle with rounded sides)
Indicates start of the test procedure and contains a brief
description of the symptom of trouble.
Test Procedure Flow Line: (Heavy line) Indicates direction
of the procedure flow.
Test Procedure Instruction: (Rectangle) Provides test
setup or instructions for doing a specific test.
Decision: (Diamond) Indicates that a decision must be
made (YES or NO) in answer to question about the
previous test. Path taken depends on the answer
(YES or NO).
Connector: (Circle) Directs user to an entry point of
another chart. Contains an entry number that is the same
as entry number of other chart and a sheet number
(Sh. No.) that indicates the number of follow-on pages.
Notes Column: Presents additional information, such
as: more specific instructions about how to do a test,
cautions and warnings that must be observed when doing
a test, and additional information about what to do after
doing a test. Also provides reference to appropriate
5-14. TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHARTS.
The following charts are included:
27 V dc overcurrent or low resistance at P1 pin D.
RF power output too high or too low (88 MHz).
RF power output too high or too low (55 MHz).
RF power output too high or too low (33 MHz).
Receive output too low.
Sidetone disable faulty, sidetone absent.
Sidetone disable faulty, sidetone present.