1. INSPECT ELECTRICAL SEAR SOLENOID.
a. Visually inspect body (1) for cracks, dents, broken or bent cable connector (2), and damaged cable (3). If any of these conditions are found, replace electrical sear solenoid.
b. Visually inspect body (1) for corrosion. If corrosion is found, remove with abrasive cloth.
2. PERFORM CONTINUITY CHECK ON ELECTRICAL SEAR SOLENOID.
a. Place leads of multimeter in pins A and C on cable connector (2).
b. Check for resistance reading of 1.0 to 4.0 ohms.
c. Depress solenoid plunger fully and check for resistance reading of 30 to 50 ohms.
d. Replace electrical sear solenoid if either reading in step b or c is not within range or if resistance reading intermittently jumps above the limits in steps b and c above.
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