7-1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION.
7-2. The simulator has approximately 220 malfunctions available. The malfunctions are arranged by system on ten
malfunction display pages. Ten malfunctions can be active at the same time.
7-3. MALFUNCTION INSERTION.
7-4. Malfunctions can be inserted at the IOS or at the auxiliary control panel by performing the following:
Use IC/MAP/LOAD/LDSHP/DEMO/MALF thumbwheel to select desired malfunction. A description of the
malfunction selected appears above the active malfunction list on the status CRT display.
Depress INSERT switchlight below thumbwheel. The malfunction is inserted into the system, and its description
appears in the active malfunction list.
7-5. MALFUNCTION DELETION .
7-6. Active malfunctions can be deleted by either of the following methods:
All active malfunctions can be deleted simultaneously by depressing the MASTER MALF CLEAR switchlight at
the IOS control panel.
Active malfunctions can be deleted selectively using the ID/MAP/LOAD/ LDSHP/DEMO/MALF thumbwheel
selector as follows:
Set thumbwheel selector to malfunction number to be deleted. A description of the selected malfunction
appears above the active malfunction list on the status CRT display.
Depress DELETE switchlight. The active malfunction is deleted from the system and the active
malfunction list on the status CRT display. Active malfunction descriptions below the deleted description
on the status CRT are moved up on the active malfunction list.
7-7. MALFUNCTION DISABLING.
7-8. All malfunctions can be disabled by deletion, except for the ones that trip circuit breakers. Circuit breakers must be
reset after malfunction deactivation. As long as a circuit breaker malfunction is active, the circuit breaker cannot be