2-21. Alarms Recall Routine - Continued.
c. Procedures for Alarms Recall Routine, Perform the following procedures to display the diagnostic
information that describes the fault(s) that caused the ALARMS MAJOR and/or ALARMS MINOR indicators
to light. To assist in evaluating detected problems, it is recommended that diagnostic information that is
displayed under each heading be recorded (written down) and retained. It is not necessary to record diagnostic
information when routine is being used to turn off the ALARMS MINOR indicator if it was lit at power
turn on or when a system mode change was performed. (All information displayed under TSSP MINOR
or CESE MINOR headings is erased when routine is completed.)
The alarms recall routine cannot be performed while the 5-minute
audible alarm inhibit is active.
If an ALARMS indicator lights or ALARM horn sounds while routine
is being performed, complete routine and refer to troubleshooting
procedures in chapter 3 for operator action.
If there are two lines of diagnostic information displayed under
a heading, the heading is repeated when the STEP key is pressed.
The following steps show the six headings that can be displayed
in a routine. If a heading is repeated when STEP key is pressed,
the routine may require more than 8 steps to complete.
Start with step 1 and perform procedures as directed. Steps 3,
5, and 7 are not used (or headings displayed) for V1 and V2
Alarms Recall Routine
Operator action/message displayed
Press FUNC key (one or two times) until SELECT FUNCTION is displayed. Then press SYSTEM
Record any diagnostic information displayed. Then press STEP key.
Record any status point information displayed. Then press STEP key.