4-22. CONTROL PANEL - CONTINUED
Figure 4-18. Replacing or Repairing Control Panel.
2. Visually check for any indication of: arcing, cracked plastic housings, damaged insulation, loose or damaged
terminals, overheating, and shorting. Replace any component found to have this type of damage.
Place switch (1) in OFF position. Using a multimeter set on the OHMS scale, check for continuity between the two
terminals (2 and 3). There shall be no continuity between the two terminals. Place switch in ON position and check
for continuity between terminals as described above. There shall be continuity between the two terminals. Replace
a defective switch.
a. Using a multimeter set on the OHMS scale, check for continuity between terminal numbers I and 3. There shall
be continuity between these terminals.
b. If there is no continuity, reset the circuit breaker and recheck. If there is still no continuity, replace a defective
c. If the breaker tests good, then do the following. Using a multimeter set on the OHMS scale, measure the
resistance between terminal numbers 2 and 3. Resistance shall be 14.4 OHMS. Replace a defective breaker.