Fill in the blanks with proper words and phrases.

  1. A) Read the text and look up the unknown words in the dictionary.
  2. A) Read the text and look up the unknown words in the dictionary.
  3. A) Study the following words and learn them. Learn the words by heart.
  4. B. Now match the words from this list to their definitions.
  5. B. Try to predict the contexts in which these words might occur or the problems which may be related to them.
  6. B. Try to predict the contexts in which these words might occur or the problems which may be related to them.
  7. B. Try to predict the contexts in which these words might occur or the problems which may be related to them.

1. Troubleshooting is a logical_____of_____the system and how it operates. 2. It involves collecting evidence, such as burn_____or heat, unusual _____, acrid_____, temperature_____. 3. This can be supported by using instruments correctly and by analyzing the ____displayed on them. 4. It is common to find that "faults" are in fact only improperly operated ______. 5. All too often, expectations are different from the_____. 6. Be able to make the simple tests of voltage and continuity of _____. 7. Check that the system has the correct power_______. 8. Do not ______ anything. 9. If there is input and no______, then you have already________the main problem. 10. In any troubleshooting exercise, split the system in_____. 11. Start with the basics, and do not try to apply complex theoretical _____you do not_____. 12. Stand _____ and______first. 13. Effective troubleshooting of electrical devices requires the proper use of the _____. 14. The continuity test simply tests whether a circuit is_____or ______. 15. Power must be______ before testing. 16. Many multimeters also incorporate a______ to indicate a______ circuit. 17. When testing, do not touch_______ with your fingers as this mayalter_______. 18. The most practical of all measurements is_______. 19. Reversing the probes will show a negative________. 20. Set the scale to the one that exceeds the________ or______voltage of the circuit under test. 21. The ammeter function on a multimeteer is rarely used or required, although some use it for______ _______. 22. The ammeter on the switchboard can normally be used for all __________. 23. An ammeter is always connected in_______ with a circuit. 24. The circuit should be______off before inserting the ammeter in circuit.

6. Check your comprehension by answering the following multi-choice questions:

1 .Troubleshooting is a logical process of:

a. finding remedy for a fault

b. evaluating a system and how it works

c. eliminating faults using instruments

2. The following factors must be considered in any troubleshooting exercise:

a. system knowledge and system configuration

b. system operation parameters and test equipment

c. all the above

3. Analyzing the system inputs, outputs, fault isolation and failure causes m be called:

a. understanding

b. predicting

c. troubleshooting procedure

4. Effective troubleshooting of electrical devices requires the proper use of

a. multimeter

b. ammeter

c. ohmmeter

5. The continuity test tests whether:

a. the current is sufficient

b. the resistance is normal

c. a circuit is open or closed

6. What instrument would you use for a voltage test?

a. ammeter

b. ohmmeter

c. voltmeter

7. What instrument would you use for a current test?

a. ammeter

b. ohmmeter

c. voltmeter

8. What instrument would you use for a resistance test?

a. ammeter

b. ohmmeter

c. voltmeter




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