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05-20-00
Scheduled Maintenance Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
Increased Flight Activity (IFA) Inspection Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
Scheduled Inspection Core Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .602
Recommended Inspection Program Transition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .604
Scheduled Inspections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .604
Scheduled Special Inspections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .605
Service Information Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .608
Inspection Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .609
Standard Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610
Inspection Criteria. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610
Additional Requirements Introduced By Revision Action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .612
Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .617
05-20-01
Scheduled IFA-Special Inspections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
A. 200-Hour Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
B. 200-Flying Hours From The Airplane Build. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .602
C. 200-Flying Hours After Control Cable Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .602
D. 600-Hour or 12-Months Initial and 200-Hour or 3-Month Subsequent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .603
E. One-Year Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .603
F. Two-Year Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .604
G. Four-Year Intervals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .604
H. Five-Year Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .604
I. Six-Year Intervals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .605
J. Eight-Year Intervals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .605
K. Ten-Year Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .605
L. Ten-Year Initial and Five-Year Subsequent Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .605
M. Twelve-Year Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .605
N. 2,400-Hour Intervals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .606
O. 3,000-Air Conditioning Operating Hours Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .606
P. 4,500-Hours/3,000-Landings Initial and 1,400-Hours/1,400-Landings Subsequent Intervals
(RK-1 thru RK-23 without Kit 128-8001 installed) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .606
Q. 7,000-Landings Initial and 200-Landings Subsequent Intervals (RK-1 thru RK-352). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 606
R. 7,200-Hour Initial and 2,400-Hour Subsequent Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .607
S. 7,400-Hours/5,000-Landings Initial and 1,400-Hours/1,400-Landings Subsequent Intervals
(RK-1 thru RK-23 with Kit 128-8001 installed; RK-24 and After) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 607
T. 9,800-Hour Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .607
U. 12,200-Hour Intervals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .608
V. 12,200-Hour Initial and 3,600-Hour Subsequent Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .608
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W. Tire Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 608
05-20-02
Scheduled IFA-A Inspections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601
Pilot's Compartment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601
Cabin Section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 603
Forward Fuselage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 604
Midfuselage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 606
Left-Hand Wing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 607
Right-Hand Wing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 608
Landing Gear and Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 609
Aft Fuselage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 611
Vertical Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 612
Horizontal Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 613
Left-Hand Power Plant, Pylon and Nacelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 614
Right-Hand Power Plant, Pylon and Nacelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616
Left-Hand Thrust Reverser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 618
Right-Hand Thrust Reverser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 620
Engine Ground Run and Operational Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622
05-20-03
Scheduled IFA-B Inspections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601
Pilot's Compartment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 601
Cabin Section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 604
Forward Fuselage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 606
Midfuselage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 607
Left-Hand Wing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 608
Right-Hand Wing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 610
Landing Gear and Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 612
Aft Fuselage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 617
Vertical Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 620
Horizontal Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622
Left-Hand Power Plant, Pylon and Nacelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 623
Right-Hand Power Plant, Pylon and Nacelle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 624
Engine Ground Run and Operational Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 625
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05-20-04
Scheduled IFA-C Inspections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
Pilot's Compartment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
Cabin Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .604
Forward Fuselage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .608
Midfuselage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .609
Left-Hand Wing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .611
Right-Hand Wing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .613
Landing Gear and Brakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .615
Aft Fuselage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .617
Vertical Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .622
Horizontal Stabilizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .623
Engine Ground Run and Operational Checks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .624
05-20-05
Scheduled IFA-D Inspections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .601
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Beginning January 2009, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC) introduced an Airplane Inspection Program for the
Model 400A tailored for Increased Flight Activity (IFA). This program is published as a supplement to the Model 400/
400A Maintenance Manual and was developed to support owner/operators who fly their airplane(s) 400 hours or
more annually. If the owner/operator meets or exceeds this flight hour utilization, they may continue to use the
existing 200 hour Recommended Inspection Program or they may elect to transition to the new IFA Inspection
Program. Owner/operators who fly 300+ hours or more annually may utilize this program but may not experience
the maximum operational benefits of the program. Once established on this program, owner/operators may
encounter reduced annual utilization due to airplane major modification, refurbishment or directed operational
reduction. Since this type of low flying activity is usually temporary, it is not necessary to remove the airplane from
the program.
The IFA Program supplement is compiled to assist the owner/operator and technician with inspecting the airplane
based on this increased activity. Additionally, information is provided to assist the owner/operator with transitioning
from the existing 200 hour Recommended Inspection Program to the new IFA Inspection Program.
Airplane maintenance records must be documented to identify the owner/operators current inspection program. For
additional guidance, refer to FAR 91.409(f).
Owner/operators who conduct flight operations under 14 CFR Part 91 should refer to Subpart E for additional
guidance and responsibilities regarding maintenance, preventive maintenance and alterations.
Fractional owners and fractional ownership program managers who conduct flight operations under 14 CFR Part 91
should refer to Subpart K for additional guidance and responsibilities regarding aircraft maintenance/inspection
programs.
Owner/operators who conduct flight operations under 14 CFR Part 135 should refer to Subpart J for additional
guidance and responsibilities regarding maintenance, preventive maintenance and alterations.
NOTE: For the purposes of maintenance and inspection tracking, flight hours are defined as the time the airplanes
wheels lift off of the runway until the time the airplanes wheels touch down on the runway.
INCREASED FLIGHT ACTIVITY (IFA) INSPECTION PROGRAM
The owner/operator is primarily responsible for maintaining the airplane in an airworthy condition, including
compliance with all applicable Airworthiness Directives as specified in 14 CFR 39. It is further the responsibility of
the owner/operator to ensure that the airplane is inspected in conformity with the requirements of 14 CFR Part 21,
Part 43 and Part 91.
HBC has prepared this inspection guide to assist the owner/operator in meeting the foregoing responsibilities. This
inspection guide is not intended to be all-inclusive, for no such guide can replace the good judgement of a
certificated airframe and power plant mechanic in the performance of his duties. As the one primarily responsible
for the airworthiness of the airplane, owner/operators should select only qualified personnel to inspect and maintain
the airplane.
While this guide may be used as an outline, detailed information on the many systems and components in the
airplane will be found in the various chapters of the maintenance manual and the pertinent supplier publications. It
is also necessary that reference be made the applicable maintenance manuals, HBC Service Bulletins, applicable
FAA regulations and publications, suppliers bulletins and other requirements. It is the responsibility of the airframe
and power plant mechanic inspecting or maintaining the airplane to have access to the previously noted documents
and this inspection guide.
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The time intervals for the recommended inspections and maintenance checks are based on usage under normal
environmental conditions. Airplanes operated in adverse environmental conditions (desert, tropical, coastal,
volcanic and etc.) may require inspection and/or maintenance at more frequent intervals. When operating in adverse
environmental conditions, accomplish the inspection and/or maintenance detailed within this chapter at intervals
based on contingencies of field experience by the owner/operators.
HBCs IFA Inspection Program consists of, but is not limited to, inspection items listed in this inspection guide,
applicable Airworthiness Directives (AD) issued against the airframe or any equipment installed therein, conformity
to the Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS) and all applicable Airworthiness Limitations listed in the Model 400/400A
Airworthiness Limitations Manual, Chapter 04-00-02.
The Model 400A IFA Inspection Program is divided into five separate ATA subchapters.
Chapter 05-20-01 - Scheduled Special Inspections
Chapter 05-20-02 - Scheduled IFA-A Inspections
Chapter 05-20-03 - Scheduled IFA-B Inspections
Chapter 05-20-04 - Scheduled IFA-C Inspections
Chapter 05-20-05 - Scheduled IFA-D Inspections
NOTE: There are maintenance and inspection tasks required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). These
tasks are identified in the Model 400/400A Airworthiness Limitations Manual, Chapter 04-00-02, and should
be monitored in addition to the SCHEDULED INSPECTION. Review the Airworthiness Limitation Manual
tasks prior to commencing any SCHEDULED INSPECTION.
There are tasks which require more or less frequent inspection than those identified in the SCHEDULED
INSPECTION. These tasks are identified in Chapter 05-20-01 - as SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
and should be monitored in addition to the SCHEDULED INSPECTION. Review SCHEDULED SPECIAL
INSPECTION tasks prior to commencing any SCHEDULED INSPECTION.
In addition to the inspections prescribed by this IFA Inspection Program, each static pressure system, each
altimeter instrument, and each automatic pressure altitude reporting system MUST be tested and inspected
at 24-month intervals in compliance with the requirements specified in 14 CFR 91.411 and 91.413 or the
applicable regulatory requirement.
SCHEDULED INSPECTION CORE INTERVALS
NOTE: The 12 month calendar interval is applicable to the IFA-A inspection only. The IFA-B, IFA-C and IFA-D
inspection requirements do not have calendar intervals.
IFA-A-Inspection should be completed at the first 400 flight hours or 12 months of service, whichever
occurs first and should be completed every 400 flight hours or 12 months thereafter.
IFA-B-Inspection should be completed at the first 800 flight hours of service and should be completed
every 800 flight hours thereafter.
IFA-C-Inspection will be completed at the first 1600 flight hours of service and should be completed
every 1600 flight hours thereafter.
IFA-D-Inspection will be completed at the first 6400 flight hours of service and should be completed
every 3200 flight hours thereafter.
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SCHEDULED INSPECTION core intervals based on calendar time are due no later than the last day of the month
in which the inspection comes due. SCHEDULED INSPECTION core intervals based on flight hours may be
exceeded by no more than 40 flight hours. This exceedance is allowed to assist owner/operators with coordinating
operation and inspection schedules. In no instance should an airplane fly more than 440 flight hours between
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS. Any flight hour exceedance used beyond the inspection core interval(s) must be
subtracted when computing the next repetitive inspection(s).
Example 1:
An owner/operators airplane is due an IFA-A, IFA-B inspection at 800 flight hours. The IFA-A inspection
has a calendar due date of 30 July 2008. The IFA-A, IFA-B inspection was accomplished at 840 flight
hours on 18 July 2008.
The next IFA-A inspection is due at 1200 flight hours (840 hours plus 400 hours, minus 40 hours
exceedance = 1200 hours) or 30 July 2009, whichever occurs first.
The next IFA-B inspection is due at 1600 flight hours (840 hours plus 800 hours, minus 40 hours
exceedance = 1600 hours).
Owner/operators who wish to perform an inspection earlier than the inspection core interval(s) may do so without
HBC concurrence. In such cases, compute the next repetitive inspection(s) due by adding the applicable core
inspection interval to the time the inspection(s) were accomplished.
Example 2:
An owner/operators airplane is due an IFA-A, IFA-B inspection at 800 flight hours. The IFA-A inspection
has a calendar due date of 30 July 2008. Due to mission scheduling, the owner/operators elects to
perform the IFA-A, IFA-B inspection on 15 May 2008 at 680 hours.
The next IFA-A inspection is due at 1080 flight hours (680 hours plus 400 hours = 1080 hours) or 30
May 2009, whichever occurs first.
The next IFA-B inspection is due at 1480 flight hours (680 hours plus 800 hours = 1480 hours).
Chart 601 illustrates the SCHEDULED INSPECTION core intervals in a table format. This chart represents the IFA
Inspection Program based on a zero time airframe. Due to variations in operational and maintenance scheduling,
HBC understands that in service airplanes may have a SCHEDULED INSPECTION accomplished or due at times
other than those indicated in Chart 601. In these cases, it is important that the owner/operator remain within the
applicable core inspection intervals and limitations listed above.
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RECOMMENDED INSPECTION PROGRAM TRANSITION
Transition from the current 200 hour Recommended Inspection Program to the IFA Inspection Program is the
responsibility of the owner/operator of the airplane. The owner/operator and their elected maintenance facility
should carefully read and understand the requirements in the IFA Inspection Program before changing inspection
programs. A transition worksheet (Table 601) has been provided as part of the IFA Inspection Program to assist in
recalculating inspection targets.
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS
a. Review the airplanes maintenance records and determine the last compliance date/time of each Scheduled
Inspection.
b. Record this information in the applicable blocks on the transition worksheet. See Example 3.
c. Using these figures, recalculate the next inspection(s) due using the inspection core intervals and limitations
listed in the IFA Inspection Program.
Chart 601
Scheduled Inspections
HOUR INTERVAL IFA-A IFA-B IFA-C IFA-D HOUR INTERVAL IFA-A IFA-B IFA-C IFA-D
400 or 12 months X 6,800 X
800 X X 7,200 X X
1,200 X 7,600 X
1,600 X X X 8,000 X X X
2,000 X 8,400 X
2,400 X X 8,800 X X
2,800 X 9,200 X
3,200 X X X 9,600 X X X X
3,600 X 10,000 X
4,000 X X 10,400 X X
4,400 X 10,800 X
4,800 X X X 11,200 X X X
5,200 X 11,600 X
5,600 X X 12,000 X X
6,000 X 12,400 X
6,400 X X X X 12, 800 X X X X
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Example 3:
RK-126 has 1820 hours Airframe Total Time. The owner/operator completed an A & B Inspection on
11/18/2008 at 1790 hours Airframe Total Time. The C Inspection was completed on 12/02/2007 at 1408
hours Airframe Total Time. The D Inspection interval has not yet been reached. Using this information
from the maintenance records, recalculate the next inspection(s) due using the inspection core intervals
in the IFA Inspection Program.
SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
NOTE: New tasks have been added to the SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTION. Additionally, some previous
inspections and inspection core intervals have been re-identified. Carefully review Chapter 05-20-01.
a. Review the airplanes maintenance records and determine the last compliance date/time of each Scheduled
Special Inspections.
b. Record this information in the applicable blocks on the transition worksheet. See Example 4.
c. Using these figures, recalculate the next inspection(s) due using the inspection core intervals and limitations
listed in the IFA Inspection Program, Chapter 05-20-01.
SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTION core intervals based on calendar time are due no later than the last day of
the month in which the inspection comes due. SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTION core intervals based on flight
hours may be exceeded by no more than 40 flight hours. Scheduled Special Inspection core intervals based on
landing /cycle count may be exceeded by no more than 30 landings/cycles. This exceedance is allowed to assist
owner/operators with coordinating operation and inspection schedules. Any flight hour exceedance used beyond the
inspection core interval(s) must be subtracted when computing the next repetitive inspection(s).
Example 3 Table
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
IFA-A Inspection 11/18/
2008
1790 400 Hours
or
12 months
11/30/
2009
2190
IFA-B Inspection 11/18/
2008
1790 800 Hours N/A 2590
IFA-C Inspection 12/02/
2007
1408 1600 Hours N/A 3008
IFA-D Inspection 6400 Hours
Initial/
3200 Hours
Subsequent
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Example 4:
For illustration purposes, use the same airplane status as identified in Example 3. Additionally, we consider the
airplane has not been modified with Kit 128-9008 (JT15D-5R Conversion). Also, we will calculate the new due date/
time for items replaced during the last inspection which include: Main Battery, Wing Flap Cables and Cabin Portable
Fire Bottle. During the last inspection, all one year inspection items were accomplished as well.
Example 4 Table
SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
200 Hour Interval
Elevator Heater Horn Inspection 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Lubrication Schedule - Main Landing Gear
(MLG)
11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Lubrication Schedule - Nose Landing Gear
(NLG)
11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Lubrication Schedule - MLG & NLG Doors 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Thrust Reverser Lubrication 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Lubrication Schedule - Fuel Caps 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Lubrications Schedule - Flap Assembly 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Starter-Generator Inspection 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Entrance Door Steps Inspection 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Engine Igniter Plugs Inspection 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
Nacelle Mounted Fuel Filter Element
Replacement (JT15D-5R Only)
N/A N/A N/A
Fuel Pump Overtemperature Indicator P/N
3071526 (JT15D-5/5R only)
N/A N/A N/A
Battery (NiCad) N/A N/A N/A
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200 Flying Hours From The Airplane Build
LH & RH Flap Cables & Interconnect Cables
(Cable Tension Check)
08/15/
1996
202 One Time N/A N/A
LH & RH Spoiler Cables (Cable Tension Check) 08/15/
1996
202 One Time N/A N/A
200-Flying Hours After Control Cable
Replacement
LH & RH Flap Cables & Interconnect Cables
(Cable Tension Check)
11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours N/A 1990
LH & RH Spoiler Cables (Cable Tension Check) N/A N/A N/A N/A
Rudder Control Cables (Cable Tension Check) N/A N/A N/A N/A
Elevator Control Cables (Cable Tension Check) N/A N/A N/A N/A
Elevator Servo Cables (Cable Tension Check) N/A N/A N/A N/A
Rudder Servo Cables (Cable Tension Check) N/A N/A N/A N/A
Spoiler Servo Cables (Cable Tension Check) N/A N/A N/A N/A
600- Hours or 12-Months Initial & 200 Hour or
3 Month Subsequent
Main Battery (Capacity Check) 11/18/
2008
1790 200 Hours 11/30/
2009
1990
One Year Intervals
Model GA-12 Individual Flotation Device
(Recertify)
11/18/
2008
1790 12 Month 11/30/
2009
Flight Data Recorder (Test) N/A N/A N/A N/A
Emergency Locator Transmitter (Inspection) 11/18/
2008
1790 12 Month 11/30/
2009
Cockpit Portable Fire Extinguisher (Weight
Check & Inspection)
11/18/
2008
1790 12 Month 11/30/
2009
Cabin Portable Fire Extinguisher (Weight Check
& Inspection)
11/18/
2008
1790 12 Month 11/30/
2009
N/A
Standby Power Supply Battery (Capacity Check) 11/18/
2008
1790 12 Month 11/30/
2009
Example 4 Table (Continued)
SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
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SERVICE INFORMATION DOCUMENTS
HBC issues several types of service information documents for the benefit of owner/operators. These service
information documents may contain information regarding safety, operation, inspection, maintenance, modification
or general information. The service information documents used by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, and their
intended purpose, are listed below:
SERVICE BULLETINS
A MANDATORY Service Bulletin (Red Border) contains information pertaining to inspections, repairs, procedures,
limitations, or modifications to specific airplanes, engines or appliances for which Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
considers compliance to be mandatory. Data contained in a MANDATORY Service Bulletin is FAA approved and
may change the airplanes Type Design.
A RECOMMENDED or OPTIONAL Service Bulletin (no border) contains information pertaining to changes,
modifications, improvements or inspections which may benefit the owner/operator. Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
strongly encourages compliance with RECOMMENDED Service Bulletins and owner/operators should give this
document a high degree of attention. An OPTIONAL Service Bulletin may be implemented at the owner/operators
discretion. Data contained in a RECOMMENDED and OPTIONAL Service Bulletin is FAA approved and may
change the airplanes Type Design.
COMMUNIQUE
A SAFETY COMMUNIQUE contains information on an unsafe condition (whether resulting from design,
manufacturing, maintenance or pilotage) which requires expeditious transmittal. A SAFETY COMMUNIQUE does
not authorize change of the airplanes Type Design.
A MODEL SERIES COMMUNIQUE contains general information of interest to owner/operators and company
Authorized Service Centers (ASC) related to a specific product model series. Most often, this document is used to
share information related to general practices involving inspection, maintenance and/or operation of the specific
product. The MODEL SERIES COMMUNIQUE may announce upcoming or newly developed product improvements
or identify part number changes due to supersedure or obsolescence in advance of routine maintenance manual or
parts catalog revision. Information presented in MODEL SERIES COMMUNIQUES is considered company
acceptable. The MODEL SERIES COMMUNIQUE does not authorize change to the airplanes Type Design.
AHRS Power Supply Battery 11/18/
2008
1790 12 Month 11/30/
2009
Twelve Year Intervals
Cockpit Fire Extinguisher (Hydrostatic Inspect) 02/12/
2002
983 12 Year 02/28/
2014
N/A
Cabin Fire Extinguisher (Hydrostatic Inspect) 11/18/
2008
1790 12 Year 11/30/
2020
N/A
Example 4 Table (Continued)
SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
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FIELD SERVICE KIT
A FIELD SERVICE KIT contains approved Type Design data and/or parts assembled to support the previously
identified service information documents or it may act as a stand alone document. Data contained in a FIELD
SERVICE KITS is FAA approved and may change the airplanes Type Design. Each FIELD SERVICE KIT is
assigned a serial number which should be documented into the airplane maintenance records upon kit completion.
INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS
WARNING: When an airplane has experienced abnormal landing gear procedures of any type, as a safety
precaution, place the airplane on jacks prior to performing any inspection or maintenance.
Ensure that all three landing gears are down and locked prior to removing the airplane from
jacks.
CAUTION: Jacking of an airplane for the purpose of landing gear operation, inspection, servicing or maintenance
should be accomplished within an enclosed building or hangar. In the interest of safety, should it
become necessary to jack the airplane in the open, wind velocity in any direction and terrain variations
must be compensated for prior to jacking the airplane.
NOTE: For U.S. registered airplanes, standard airworthiness certificates remain valid as long as the aircraft meets
its approved type design, is in a condition for safe flight and maintenance, preventative maintenance, and
alterations are performed in accordance with 14 CFR Parts 21, 43, and 91. Refer to 14 CFR Part 21.181 for
more detail.
Information in this section provides specific instructions for the scheduled inspection of the airplane and/or
components, which should be accomplished according to the specified intervals in Chapter 05-20-01, 05-20-02, 05-
20-03, 05-20-04 and 05-20-05.
Airplane structure and/or components should be sufficiently clean to enable an effective inspection to be performed.
Inspections should make sure systems and/or components are free from any defects likely to affect airworthiness.
Inspections should be performed to a degree sufficient to make sure systems and/or components will remain
serviceable until the next applicable inspection is repeated.
Inspections should comply with the minimum standards identified in the STANDARD TERMS and INSPECTION
CRITERIA section below.
Ascertain that all placards and markings are in place and legible, especially those listed in the limitations sections
of the Airplane Flight Manual (AFM) and the Pilots Operating Manual (POM). Replace any placards that have been
inadvertently defaced or removed.
WARNING: When doing any of the inspections/checks contained in this maintenance schedule, obey all of
the warnings and cautions stated in the maintenance manual associated with the system or
component under inspection/check.
NOTE: Refer to Chapter 06-50-00 for the location of panels and doors needed to gain access to the inspection
areas.
Access requirements quoted are minimum requirements. Further dismantling of an item, group or assembly may be
considered necessary by a licensed airframe and power plant mechanic in order to assure airworthiness.
Due to different equipment fits between airplanes and in order to achieve satisfactory exposure of the area/item to
be inspected, it may be necessary to displace/remove other items, (e.g. electrical cables, tubes, ducts, fittings etc.)
which are not stated in the inspection schedule.
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STANDARD TERMS
WARNING: When doing any of the inspections/checks contained in this maintenance schedule, obey all of
the warnings and cautions stated in the maintenance manual for the system or component
under inspection/check.
A series of standard terms that are used throughout this inspection program are listed below to indicate the
inspection requirements. Their interpretations are as follows:
a. Area Inspection - A visual inspection of a specified item, assembly or installation in a noted area of the airplane
relating to an inspection interval and access quoted. Area inspections can be specified as general (Inspect) or
detailed.
b. Condition - The visual appearance of an item, assembly or installation which indicates proper installation,
presence of all fasteners and hardware (including safeties), security of electrical and bonding connections, as
applicable, and absence of leakage or material damage (i.e., cracks, loose fasteners, corrosion, dents, chaf,
distortion).
c. Inspect - A general visual inspection (using adequate lighting and viewed at no more than arms length away)
to survey the condition of an item, assembly or installation.
d. Detail Inspect - An intensive visual inspection (using adequate lighting and necessary inspections aids such as
inspection mirrors, magnification devices, borescopes, HBC approved NDT technique, etc...) to survey the
condition of an item, assembly or installation. Removal of the item, assembly or installation may not be
necessary if complete visual examination is possible using one or more inspection aids. Surface cleaning and
additional access procedures may be required.
e. Check - Make a comparison of a measurement of time, pressure, temperature, resistance, dimension or
quantity with a given value for that measurement.
f. Bench Check - This requires the component to be removed from the airplane and checked in accordance with
the data contained in the relevant HBC or Supplier Component Maintenance Manual.
g. Functional Test - Make sure, by use of test equipment if necessary, that a complete system functions correctly
in accordance with a published functional test procedure.
h. Operational Test - Make sure, without the use of test equipment, that a component within a system OR part of
a system operates correctly in accordance with a published functional test procedure.
INSPECTION CRITERIA
a. Metal parts: e.g. applicable to all metal parts, bodies or casings of units in systems and in electrical, instrument
and radio installations, metal pipes, ducting, tubes, rods, levers.
1. Inspect for: Cleanliness, external signs of damage, leaks, overheating or discharge. Fluid ingress.
Obstruction of drainage or vent holes or overflow pipe orifices. Correct seating and sealing of fairings and
serviceability of fasteners. Security of attachment, fasteners, connections, locking and bonding.
2. Freedom from: Distortion, dents, scores, chafing, pulled or missing fasteners, rivets, bolts, screws. Signs
of cracks and wear. Separation of bond. Failure of welds and spots welds. Deterioration of protective
treatment, and signs of corrosion.
b. Rubber, Fabric, Fiber Glass and Plastic Parts: e.g. coverings, ducting, flexible pipes, flexible mountings,
seals, insulation of electrical cables, heater muffs, windows etc.
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1. Inspect for: Cleanliness, cracks, cuts, chafing, kinking, twisting, crushing, contraction - sufficient free
length, deterioration, crazing, loss of flexibility (other than fabric covered component), overheating and fluid
soakage. Security of attachment (supports, packing and electrical bonding correctly positioned, serviceable
and secure) connections and locking.
c. Electrical Wiring, wiring harness, connectors, clamps, backshell, and bonding straps:
1. Inspect for: Cuts or chafing in the wire insulation or conductor; Kinked, twisted, crushed or poorly routed
wire strands or wire harness assemblies; Loss of flexibility, overheating or fluid soakage. Security of
attachment (supports, clamps, electrical bonding correctly positioned, serviceable and secure connections).
d. Flight control system components (Primary and secondary control systems):
1. Inspect for: Correct alignment, freedom of movement, no interference - no fouling. Signs of bowing or
distortion, wear, chafing, scoring or gouging. Fraying. Kinking. Signs of wear. Flattening. Cracks. Loose
rivets. Deterioration of protective treatment and signs of corrosion. Electrical bonding straps correctly
positioned, undamaged and secure. Attachments, end connections and locking devices secure.
NOTE: Free movement should be established at extreme ranges of travel with full trim applied.
Full travel of the rudder circuit should be confirmed with the pedals at the full forward and full aft
adjustment positions.
e. Electrical Motors, Alternators, Generators and Actuators:
1. Inspect for: Cleanliness, obvious damage, signs of overheating, corrosion and security of attachments and
connections. If protective covers are required to be removed: cleanliness, scoring, pitting, brush wear and
freedom of movement in the brush holders, correct brush seating and armature condition, adequate spring
tension. Overheating or arching. Fluid ingress.
f. Relays, Solenoids and Contactors:
1. Inspect for: Cleanliness, obvious damage, signs of overheating or
2. arching, corrosion and security of attachments and connections. If protective covers are required to be
removed: cleanliness, pitting or burning of contacts, signs of overheating or arching and security of contacts
exposed.
g. Markings, notices, frequency charts, compass corrector cards, warning and caution labels, placards:
1. Inspect for: Proper placard information, legibility and security of attachment.
NOTE: Any other inspection or work requirement not covered by the above standards is specifically written
into the attachment.
h. Structural Inspection - e.g. lap joints, butt straps, stringers, frames, bulkheads, ribs, longerons and skins.
1. Inspect for:
a) Lack of adhesion of the paint or sealant. (This could indicate the presence of surface corrosion under
the paint film or sealant).
b) Bubbles or eruption of the paint film or sealant. (This condition could indicate local pockets of corrosion
and it is important to ascertain, beyond reasonable doubt, that any bubble or eruption found is a build
up of paint or sealant and not a build up of corrosion product. If any doubt exists the bubble or eruption
should be broken, the area cleaned up and, if satisfactory, the treatment restored).
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c) Signs of corrosion on the edge of any member where it joins the skin. (If corrosion is found, the suspect
are of the joint must be cleaned of all paint. If corrosion is confirmed and it penetrates between the
faying surfaces of the joint, the affected area must be visually examined by removing bolts or rivets to
check the extent of corrosion and to assist in repair).
d) Any areas exhibiting signs of possible cracking or corrosion should be stripped of paint and inspected
further using fluorescent penetrant.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS INTRODUCED BY REVISION ACTION
Unless otherwise directed by applicable civil aviation regulatory notification or HBC Service Bulletin, additional
inspection requirement(s) introduced into the IFA Inspection Program by publication revision action should be
accomplished at the next SCHEDULED INSPECTION.
For example, if the IFA Inspection Program were revised and the revision introduced new SCHEDULED
INSPECTION requirement(s) to the IFA-B inspection, then the new requirement(s) would need to be accomplished
at the first IFA-B inspection following release of the revision.
Additional SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTION requirements introduced into the IFA Inspection Program by
publication revision action should be accomplished at the calendar/flight hour interval specified in the revision. If the
airplane has already exceeded the specified calendar/flight hour interval prior to the release of the revision, the
additional inspection requirement(s) should be accomplished at the next SCHEDULED INSPECTION.
For example, if the IFA Inspection Program SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTION was revised and introduced new
landing gear inspection requirement(s) at 7000 landings, then the new inspection requirement(s) would need to be
accomplished when the airplane reached 7000 landing. If an airplane has more than 7000 landings at the time of
the release of the revision, then the new 7000 landing requirement(s) would need to be accomplished at the next
SCHEDULED INSPECTION.
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Table 601
Transition Conversion
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
IFA-A Inspection 400 Hours
or
12 months
IFA-B Inspection 800 Hours
IFA-C Inspection 1600 Hours
IFA-D Inspection 6400 Hours
Initial/
3200 Hours
Subsequent
SCHEDULED SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
200 Hour Interval
Elevator Heater Horn Inspection
Lubrication Schedule - Main Landing Gear
(MLG)
Lubrication Schedule - Nose Landing Gear
(NLG)
Lubrication Schedule - MLG & NLG Doors
Thrust Reverser Lubrication
Lubrication Schedule - Fuel Caps
Lubrications Schedule - Flap Assembly
Starter-Generator Inspection
Entrance Door Steps Inspection
Engine Igniter Plugs Inspection
Nacelle Mounted Fuel Filter Element
Replacement (JT15D-5R Only)
Fuel Pump Overtemperature Indicator P/N
3071526 (JT15D-5/5R only)
Battery (NiCad)
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200 Flying Hours From The Airplane Build
LH & RH Flap Cables & Interconnect Cables
(Cable Tension Check)
LH & RH Spoiler Cables (Cable Tension Check)
200-Flying Hours After Control Cable
Replacement
LH & RH Flap Cables & Interconnect Cables
(Cable Tension Check)
LH & RH Spoiler Cables (Cable Tension Check)
Rudder Control Cables (Cable Tension Check)
Elevator Control Cables (Cable Tension Check)
Elevator Servo Cables (Cable Tension Check)
Rudder Servo Cables (Cable Tension Check)
Spoiler Servo Cables (Cable Tension Check)
600- Hours or 12-Months Initial & 200 Hour or
3 Month Subsequent
Main Battery (Capacity Check)
One Year Intervals
Model GA-12 Individual Flotation Device
(Recertify)
Flight Data Recorder (Test)
Emergency Locator Transmitter (Inspection)
Cockpit Portable Fire Extinguisher (Weight
Check & Inspection)
Cabin Portable Fire Extinguisher (Weight Check
& Inspection)
Standby Power Supply Battery (Capacity Check)
AHRS Power Supply Battery
Table 601
Transition Conversion (Continued)
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
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Two Year Intervals
Altimeter, ATC Transponder & Air Data
Computer (Recertify)
Mach Overspeed Warning System (Functional
Test)
Cockpit Voice Recorder Underwater Locator
Beacon (RK-36 and After) (Functional Test)
Air Data System Inspection (RVSM Airplanes
Only)
Flight Data Recorder Underwater Locator
Beacon (RK-36 and After) (Functional Test)
Four Year Intervals
Oxygen Valve - Passenger Oxygen Control
Valve (O-Ring Replacement & Lube)
Five Year Intervals
Model XF-35 Life Preservers (P/N P01074-113)
Six Year Intervals
Underwater Locator Beacon (RK-36 and After)
(Battery Replacement)
Crew Oxygen Mask BE Aerospace Sweep-On
2000 (Overhaul)
Eight Year Intervals
Passenger Oxygen Mask BE Aerospace P/N
174080 (Overhaul/Replace)
Ten Year Intervals
SCV-37 Flotation Vest (P/N HS3701C)
(Recertify)
Model XF-35 Life Preserver (P/N P01074-201)
Table 601
Transition Conversion (Continued)
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
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Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE) AVOX
Systems P/N 802300-14 (Replace)
Ten Year Initial & Five Year Subsequent
Wing-to-Fuselage Attach Bolt (Inspection)
Twelve Year Intervals
Cockpit Fire Extinguisher (Hydrostatic Inspect)
Cabin Fire Extinguisher (Hydrostatic Inspect)
3,000-Air Conditioner Operating Hours
Drive Motor (Overhaul)
7,000-Landings Initial & 200-Landings
Subsequent Intervals (RK-1 thru RK-352)
Main Landing Gear Fitting Assembly & Mid
Fuselage Main Landing Gear Uplock Fitting
(Inspection)
9800-Hour Intervals
Airborne Flight Information System (AFIS)
Wiring (Inspection)
12,200-Hour Intervals
Collins Servo Mount Slip Clutch (Test)
12,200 Hour Initial & 3,600 Hour Subsequent
Airborne Flight Information System (AFIS)
Antenna Feed-Through (Inspection)
Table 601
Transition Conversion (Continued)
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Use only parts obtained from sources approved by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, in connection with the
maintenance and repair of Hawker Beechcraft Corporation airplanes.
Genuine Hawker Beechcraft Corporation parts are produced and inspected under rigorous procedures to insure
airworthiness and suitability for use in Hawker Beechcraft Corporation airplane applications. Parts purchased from
sources other than those approved by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, even though outwardly identical in
appearance, may not have the required tests and inspections performed, may be different in fabrication techniques
and materials, and may be dangerous when installed in an airplane.
Salvaged airplanes parts, reworked parts obtained from sources not approved by the HAwker Beechcraft
Corporation or parts, components or structural assemblies, the service history of which is unknown or cannot be
authenticated, may have been subjected to unacceptable stresses or temperatures or have other hidden damage,
not discernible through routine visual or usual nondestructive testing techniques. This may render the part,
component or structural assembly, even though originally manufactured by the Hawker Beechcraft Corporation,
unsuitable and unsafe for airplane use.
Hawker Beechcraft Corporation expressly disclaims any responsibility for malfunctions, failures, damage or injury
caused by use of parts not approved by the Hawker Beechcraft Corporation.
Any maintenance requiring the disconnection and reconnection of flight control cables, plumbing, electrical
connectors or wiring requires identification of each side of the component being disconnected to facilitate correct
reassembly. At or prior to disassembly, components should be color coded, tagged or properly identified in a away
that will be obvious how to correctly reconnect the components. After reconnection of any component, remove all
identification tags. Check all associated systems for correct function prior to returning the airplane to service.
Tire Change
Nose Wheel (Inspection/Lube)
Main Wheels (Inspection/Lube)
Table 601
Transition Conversion (Continued)
SCHEDULED INSPECTIONS
DATE
C/W
HOURS
C/W INTERVAL
NEXT
DUE
DATE
NEXT
DUE
HOURS
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SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. 200-HOUR INTERVALS
H300011
H300012
1. Perform ELEVATOR HORN INSPECTION/CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 30-12-00).
H120035
H120036
2. Perform LUBRICATION SCHEDULE - MAIN LANDING
GEAR (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
H120041 3. Perform LUBRICATION SCHEDULE - NOSE LANDING
GEAR (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
H120042 4. Perform LUBRICATION SCHEDULE - MAIN LANDING
GEAR AND NOSE LANDING GEAR DOORS (Ref. Chapter
12-20-00).
H120037
H120038
5. Perform THRUST REVERSER LUBRICATION - Guide rod
cleaning and lubrication (Ref. Chapter 78-30-00).
H120043
H120044
6. Perform LUBRICATION SCHEDULE - FUEL CAPS (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H120039
H120040
7. Perform LUBRICATION SCHEDULE - FLAP ASSEMBLY
(Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
H240019
H240020
8. STARTER-GENERATOR (Generator removal is not
necessary.) (Ref. Chapter 80-10-00).
a. Inspect for security and visible damage.
b. Inspect brushes for wear.
c. Inspect electrical connections for security, wear,
deterioration and damage.
H520019 9. ENTRANCE DOOR STEPS
a. Visually inspect for cracks, loose or missing fasteners,
any indication of structural damage and proper operation.
b. Visually inspect step cable for condition.
H740003
H740004
10. ENGINE IGNITOR PLUGS - Inspect for wear and condition.
Refer to Pratt & Whitney JT15D-5/-5R Maintenance Manual,
Chapter 74-20-02.
05-20-01
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Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. 200-HOUR INTERVALS (Continued)
H730001
H730002
11. NACELLE MOUNTED FUEL FILTER ASSEMBLY, P/N
307618 (JT15D-5R Only) - Check filter for foreign matter.
Replace filter if necessary. Refer to Pratt & Whitney JT15D-5/
-5R Maintenance Manual, Chapter 73-10-13.
H730003
H730004
12. FUEL PUMP OUTLET FILTER, P/N 3059778 (JT15D-5 and
JT15D-5R) - Check for foreign matter and/or distortion. Install
new filter at each inspection. Refer to Pratt & Whitney JT15D-
5/-5R Maintenance Manual, Chapter 73-10-02.
H730007
H730008
13. FUEL PUMP OVERTEMPERATURE INDICATOR, P/N
3071526 (JT15D-5R Only) - Inspect position of indicator. If
extended, refer to Pratt & Whitney JT15D-5/-5R Maintenance
Manual, Chapter 74-00-00.
H240021 14. BATTERY (Ni-Cad only) - Check electrolyte level and charge
(deep cycle if necessary). Refer to Chapter 24 in the
Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81 or
subsequent.
B. 200-FLYING HOURS FROM THE AIRPLANE BUILD
H270057
H270058
1. LH and RH FLAP CABLES AND INTERCONNECT CABLES
- Check cable tensions (Ref. Chapter 27-50-00).
H270059
H270060
2. LH and RH SPOILER CABLES - Check cable tension (Ref.
Chapter 27-60-00).
C. 200-FLYING HOURS AFTER CONTROL CABLE
REPLACEMENT

H270048
H270049
1. LH and RH FLAP CABLES AND INTERCONNECT CABLES
- Check cable tensions (Ref. Chapter 27-50-00).
H270050
H270051
2. LH and RH SPOILER CABLES - Check cable tension (Ref.
Chapter 27-60-00).
H270052 3. RUDDER CONTROL CABLES - Check cable tensions (Ref.
Chapter 27-20-00).
H270054 4. ELEVATOR CONTROL CABLES - Check cable tensions
(Ref. Chapter 27-30-00).
H270055 5. ELEVATOR SERVO CABLES - Check cable tensions (Ref.
Chapter 22-13-00).
H270053 6. RUDDER SERVO CABLES - Check cable tensions (Ref.
Chapter 22-13-00).
SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
C. 200-FLYING HOURS AFTER CONTROL CABLE
REPLACEMENT (Continued)

H270056 7. SPOILER SERVO CABLES - Check cable tension (Ref.
Chapter 22-13-00).
D. 600-HOUR OR 12-MONTHS INITIAL AND 200-HOUR OR 3-
MONTH SUBSEQUENT

H243026 1. MAIN BATTERY - Perform the EMERGENCY CAPACITY
TEST in accordance with battery manufacturers
maintenance recommendations.
E. ONE-YEAR INTERVALS
H256030
thru
H256040
1. INDIVIDUAL FLOATATION DEVICE (Model Number GA-12)
- Recertify device once a year after being placed in service.

H313005 2. FLIGHT DATA RECORDER (if applicable) - Perform the
FLIGHT DATA RECORDER (FDR) INSPECTION CHECK
(Ref. Chapter 31-30-00).
H250018 3. EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER (If installed) -
Inspect the ELT as required by 14 CFR 91.207 (d) for:
a. Proper installation.
b. Battery corrosion.
c. Operation of controls and crash sensor.
d. The presence of sufficient signal radiated from its
antenna.
Refer to the Artex Maintenance Manual, Document Numbers 570-
1015 or 570-5000 or subsequent, for the appropriate ELT model
number.
H262001 4. COCKPIT PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER - Inspect
weight, operating pressure and condition.
H262002 5. CABIN PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER - Inspect weight,
operating pressure and condition.
H240012 6. STANDBY POWER SUPPLY BATTERY (JET Model PS835)
- Perform battery capacitance test (Ref. Chapter 24-30-02 in
the Component Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or
subsequent.

SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-01
Page 604
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
E. ONE-YEAR INTERVALS (Continued)
H240013 7. AHRS POWER SUPPLY BATTERY (JET Model PS835) -
Perform battery capacitance test (Ref. Chapter 24-30-02 in
the Component Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or
subsequent.
F. TWO-YEAR INTERVALS
H340012
H340013
H340014
1. ALTIMETER, ATC TRANSPONDER AND AIR DATA
COMPUTER - Check per current CFR's.

H340006 2. MACH OVERSPEED WARNING SYSTEM - Perform
functional test by use of pitot/static tester (Ref. AIR-SPEED
AND MACH WARNING TEST, Chapter 34-12-00).

H230005 3. COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER UNDERWATER LOCATOR
BEACON (RK-36 and After) - Functional test. Refer to the
Dukane (Seacom Division) Technical Manual in Chapter 23 of
the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81 or
subsequent for test procedures.

H340007 4. AIR DATA SYSTEM (RVSM Only) (RK-1 thru RK-299 that
have complied with Service Bulletin No. 34-3431; RK-300 and
After) - Measure step height of the Static port. Check air data
system for RVSM accuracy (Ref. Chapter 34-10-01).

H313011 5. FLIGHT DATA RECORDER UNDERWATER LOCATOR
BEACON (RK-36 and After) - Functional test. Refer to the
Dukane (Seacom Division) Technical Manual in Chapter 23 of
the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81 or
subsequent for test procedures.
G. FOUR-YEAR INTERVALS
H350003 1. OXYGEN VALVE - Refer to PASSENGER OXYGEN
CONTROL VALVE O-RING REPLACEMENT (Ref. Chapter
35-21-00).

H. FIVE-YEAR INTERVALS
H256030.1
thru
H250040.1
1. LIFE PRESERVER (Model XF-35 - P/N P01074-113) -
Recertify preserver every five years after being placed in
service.

SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
Page 605
A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-01
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
I. SIX-YEAR INTERVALS
H312020 1. UNDERWATER LOCATOR BEACON (RK-36 and After) -
Replace battery. Refer to the Dukane (Seacom Division)
Technical Manual in Chapter 23 of the Component
Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81 or subsequent for
test procedures.

H350010 2. CREW OXYGEN MASK (BE AEROSPACE, SWEEP-ON
2000) - Perform overhaul six years from date of manufacture
or last overhaul.

H350013 3. OXYGEN CYLINDER REGULATOR (P/N 172400) - Overhaul
during oxygen cylinder hydrostatic inspection, but no later
than six years from date of manufacturer or last overhaul.

J. EIGHT-YEAR INTERVALS
H350011 1. PASSENGER OXYGEN MASK (BE AEROSPACE, P/N
174080 and 174095) - Overhaul or replace.

K. TEN-YEAR INTERVALS
H256030.2
thru
H256040.2
1. SCV-37 FLOATATION VEST (P/N HS3701C) - Recertify vest
every ten years after being placed in service.

H256030.3
thru
H256040.3
2. LIFE PRESERVER (Model XF-35 - P/N P01074-201) -
Recertify preserver every ten years after being placed in
service.

H350012 3. PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT (PBE) AVOX
SYSTEMS (P/N 802300-14) - Replace every ten years from
date of manufacture.

L. TEN-YEAR INITIAL AND FIVE-YEAR SUBSEQUENT
INTERVALS

H570008 1. WING-TO-FUSELAGE ATTACH BOLTS - Detail inspect for
corrosion, wear and any evidence of damage. Magnetic
particle inspect for cracks (Ref. Chapter 57-40-00).

M. TWELVE-YEAR INTERVALS
H262005 1. COCKPIT FIRE EXTINGUISHER - Hydrostatically test
cylinder.

H262006 2. CABIN FIRE EXTINGUISHER - Hydrostatically test cylinder.
SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-01
Page 606
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
N. 2,400-HOUR INTERVALS
H550016 1. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER INTERNAL STRUCTURE
(Airplanes modified by Kit 128-6200) - Detail inspect for
cracks, corrosion, missing fasteners and evidence of
structural damage using either the radiographic (X-Ray) or
borescope inspection procedure (Ref. Chapter 55-10-00).

O. 3,000-AIR CONDITIONING OPERATING HOURS INTERVALS
H210037 1. DRIVE MOTOR - Perform overhaul of the drive motor per the
Chapter 21-00-12, Section 7.1.2 in the Component
Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or subsequent.

P. 4,500-HOURS/3,000-LANDINGS INITIAL AND 1,400-HOURS/
1,400-LANDINGS SUBSEQUENT INTERVALS (RK-1 THRU
RK-23 WITHOUT KIT 128-8001 INSTALLED)
H322113
H322213
1. MAIN LANDING GEAR RETRACTION CYLINDER (P/N
45AS38515) - Perform Eddy current inspection of the
retraction cylinder mounting lug for evidence of cracks in
accordance with Chapter 20-80-03. Removal of the spherical
bearing is not required. Refer to Figure 601.
H322013 2. NOSE LANDING GEAR RETRACTION CYLINDER (P/N
45AS39503) - Perform Eddy current inspection of the
retraction cylinder mounting lug for evidence of cracks in
accordance with Chapter 20-80-03. Removal of the spherical
bearing is not required. Refer to Figure 602.
Q. 7,000-LANDINGS INTERVAL AND 200-LANDINGS
SUBSEQUENT INTERVALS (RK-1 THRU RK-352)
H531095 1. MAIN LANDING GEAR FITTING ASSEMBLY (P/N
45A33506) INSPECTION (RK-1 THRU RK-352) - Perform a
detail visual inspection and a borescope inspection. Refer to
the MAIN LANDING GEAR FITTINGS - INSPECTION/
CHECK, Chapter 53-40-00.
NOTE
Replacement of NAS1203 and NAS1204 bolts with HL21PB Hi-Lok
bolts in the Main Landing Gear Fitting Assembly is terminating action
for the 200 hour subsequent interval. Refer to Chapter 53-40-00,
Figure 601, Detail C, Bolts A and B.
SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
Page 607
A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-01
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Q. 7,000-LANDINGS INTERVAL AND 200-LANDINGS
SUBSEQUENT INTERVALS (RK-1 THRU RK-352)
(Continued)
H531096 2. MID FUSELAGE MAIN LANDING GEAR UPLOCK FITTING
(P/N 45A33480) INSPECTION (RK-1 THRU RK-604) -
Perform a detail visual inspection and a borescope inspection.
Refer to the MAIN LANDING GEAR FITTINGS -
INSPECTION/CHECK, Chapter 53-40-00.
NOTE
Replacement of the Mid Fusealge Main Landing Gear Uplock Fitting
P/N 45A33480 with P/N 128-430003 is terminating action for the 200
hour subsequent interval.
R. 7,200-HOUR INITIAL AND 2,400-HOURS SUBSEQUENT
INTERVALS

H550015 1. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER RIB INSPECTION (P/N
45A21112-5, 45A21113-5, 45A21101-11, 45A21116-5,
45A21117-5) - Perform radiographic (X-Ray) inspection of the
horizontal stabilizer rib assemblies in accordance with
Chapter 55-10-00. As an alternate means of inspection, a
borescope inspection may be performed in accordance with
Chapter 55-10-00.

S. 7,400-HOURS/5,000-LANDINGS INITIAL AND 1,400-HOURS/
1,400-LANDINGS SUBSEQUENT INTERVALS (RK-1 THRU
RK-23 WITH KIT 128-8001 INSTALLED; RK-24 AND AFTER)
H322114
H322214
1. MAIN LANDING GEAR RETRACTION CYLINDER (P/N
45AS38515) - Perform Eddy current inspection of the
retraction cylinder mounting lug for evidence of cracks in
accordance with Chapter 20-80-03. Removal of the spherical
bearing is not required. Refer to Figure 601.
H322014 2. NOSE LANDING GEAR RETRACTION CYLINDER (P/N
45AS39503) - Perform Eddy current inspection of the
retraction cylinder mounting lug for evidence of cracks in
accordance with Chapter 20-80-03. Removal of the spherical
bearing is not required. Refer to Figure 602.
T. 9,800-HOUR INTERVALS
H341176 1. AIRBORNE FLIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AFIS)
WIRING (RK-483 and After - Optional) - Visually inspect for
signs of chafing, security and corrosion.

SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-01
Page 608
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
U. 12,200-HOUR INTERVALS
H220001 1. COLLINS SERVO MOUNT SLIP CLUTCH - Test the Collins
servo mount slip clutches in the elevator, rudder and spoiler
servo mounts per the Rockwell-Collins Beechjet Avionics
System Manual (P/N 523-0775807) Section 5.2.2 SVO-85 ( )
Servo/SMT-85 ( )/-87 ( ) Servo Mount.
V. 12,200-HOUR INITIAL AND 3,600-HOUR SUBSEQUENT
INTERVALS

H341177 1. AIRBORNE FLIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AFIS)
ANTENNA FUSELAGE FEED-THROUGH (FS 378.54 - lower
fuselage (RK-483 and After - Optional) - Detail inspect for
corrosion and wear. Using Eddy current method (with a
surface probe) inspect for cracks and any indication of
structural damage. Antenna removal is required (Ref. Chapter
34-59-00).

W. TIRE CHANGE- Accomplish at every tire change. Refer to the
Model MU-300/400/400A Component Maintenance Manual.

H3200NO 1. NOSE WHEEL
a. Inspect wheel for cracks and damage in accordance with
Chapter 32-46-12 in the Component Maintenance
Manual, 128-590001-81 or subsequent.
b. Clean and inspect wheel bearings and cones, lubricate
wheel bearings (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
c. Inspect axle, caps and spacers for corrosion and
condition.
H3200LH
H3200RH
2. MAIN WHEELS
a. Inspect wheel for cracks and damage in accordance with
Chapter 32-40-54 or 32-40-99 in the Component
Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or subsequent.
b. Clean and inspect wheel bearings and cones, lubricate
wheel bearings (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
c. Check wheel brake disc drive keys for loose and missing
hardware.
d. Inspect axle, nut and spacers for corrosion and condition.
e. Perform HUBCAP INSPECTION (Ref. Chapter 32-40-
00).
SCHEDULED IFA-SPECIAL INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
Page 609
A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-01
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
MLG Retraction Actuator (P/N 45AS38515)
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 601
05-20-01
Page 610
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
NLG Retraction Actuator (P/N 45AS39503)
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 602
Page 601
A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-02
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
600600600
05-20-0
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
PILOT'S COMPARTMENT
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT
H350005 1. PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S OXYGEN SYSTEM - Perform
FLIGHT CREW MASK - INSPECTION/CHECK (Ref. Chapter
35-11-00)
H350006 2. PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT (PBE) P/N 802300-
XX (If Installed) - Inspect in accordance with AVOX SYSTEMS
Instruction 89253.01 (Ref. Chapter 35 in the Component
Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81 or subsequent).
H270006 3. CONTROL COLUMN (Above Floor Panels)
a. Inspect for condition and freedom of movement.
b. Inspect wire harness on forward side of the control column
for damage and security.
H270047 4. CONTROL YOKE - Inspect for condition and freedom of
movement.
H270001 5. RUDDER PEDALS (Above Floor Panels) - Inspect for condition
and freedom of movement.
H250001 6. PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S SEATS
a. Inspect upholstery, safety belts and shoulder harness for
condition and proper operation of shoulder harness inertial
reels.
b. Inspect seat adjusting mechanisms for proper locking.
H250002 7. SMOKE GOGGLES - Inspect goggles and storage box for
condition.
H530004 8. CENTER PEDESTAL
a. Inspect thrust levers and thrust reversers for condition and
freedom of movement.
b. Inspect pedestal switches and components for condition.
H330006 9. COCKPIT ADVISORY, CAUTION AND WARNING LIGHTS -
Inspect all for condition and operation.
05-20-02
Page 602
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT (Continued)
H340005 10. FLIGHT INFORMATION DISPLAYS AND INSTRUMENTS
a. Inspect all for condition.
b. Check oxygen and nitrogen operating pressures.
H120001 11. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
Page 603
A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-02
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
CABIN SECTION
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. CABIN SECTION
H330001 1. CABIN INTERIOR LIGHTS - Inspect all for condition and
operation.
2. EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEM
H330007 a. (RK-1 thru RK-109, except RK-98) - Move the EMER LT
switch to the TEST/ON position and ensure emergency
lighting illuminates. Return EMER LT switch to the OFF
position.
H330003 b. (RK-98, RK-110 and After) - Perform EMERGENCY
LIGHTING SYSTEM OPERATIONAL INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 33-51-00).
H350007 3. PORTABLE OXYGEN & MASK (If Installed) - Inspect for
condition and operating pressure.
H250004 4. PASSENGER AND TOILET SEAT
a. Inspect upholstery, safety belts and shoulder harness for
condition and proper operation of shoulder harness inertia
reels.
b. Inspect seat adjusting mechanisms for proper locking (toilet
seat exempt).
c. Inspect shoulder harness attachment post for worn or
missing grommet and proper engagement with seat belt.
d. Check toilet servicing.
H120002 5. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
05-20-02
Page 604
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
FORWARD FUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. FORWARD FUSELAGE
H340001 1. PITOT/STATIC SYSTEM
a. Drain any moisture from pitot and static plumbing drain
valves.
b. Inspect static ports for obstruction.
H340010 2. PITOT TUBES
a. Perform PITOT TUBE INSPECTION (Ref. Chapter 34-12-
00).
b. Perform UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H340003 3. AOA TRANSMITTER PROBE - Inspect for cleanliness of air
inlet ports (if cone-type probe), evidence of overheating or
damage and freedom of probe rotation.
H530006 4. RADOME AND lightning DIVERTER STRIPS
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Inspect radome erosion boot for condition, if installed.
H530015 5. FUSELAGE SKIN AND ACCESS DOORS (Exterior inspection
only, panel removal is not required) - Inspect for condition.
H350004 6. OXYGEN SYSTEM
a. (RK-156 thru RK-389 with Kit 128-5600 Installed, RK-390
and After) - Inspect oxygen service door, hinge and latch for
condition and proper operation.
b. Inspect green overboard discharge disk for presence and
condition.
H520003 7. LANDING LIGHT AND DOORS - Inspect door, hinge and light
assembly for condition.
H560001 8. WINDSHIELD AND FLIGHT COMPARTMENT WINDOWS -
Inspect for pits, scratches, crazing, delamination and proper
sealing (Ref. Chapter 56-00-00).
Page 605
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. FORWARD FUSELAGE (Continued)
H560002 9. WINDSHIELD EXTERNAL FRAME AND PROTECTORS
a. Inspect for condition and proper sealing.
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H300007 10. WINDSHIELD WIPERS (RK-1 thru RK-242 without Kit 128-5405
installed) - Inspect wiper arms and blades for condition.
H560004 11. WINDSHIELD SURFACE SEAL COATING (RK-1 thru RK-242
with Kit 128-5405 installed; RK-243 and After) - Inspect and if
required, reapply the Surface Seal Coating in accordance with
Chapter 56 in the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-
590001-81 or subsequent.
H230001 12. ANTENNA - Inspect antennas and fillet seal for cracks,
corrosion, burns, security and evidence of damage (Ref. Figure
602).
H120003 13. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-02
Page 606
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
MIDFUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. MIDFUSELAGE
H560005 1. PASSENGER COMPARTMENT WINDOWS - Inspect for
cracks, delamination and sealant condition.
H280001 2. FUEL STORAGE AREA - Inspect for evidence of fuel leakage
from underside of the fuselage.
H280002 3. FUEL SYSTEM PLUMBING AND COMPONENT MOUNTING
(RK-1 thru RK-507 without Kit 128-9008 installed) (Gain access
through panels 311AB and 312AB) - Inspect for condition and
leakage.
H280003 4. FUEL FILTER ELEMENT (RK-1 thru RK-507 without Kit 128-
9008 installed) - Replace filter and clean filter bowl (Ref. FUEL
FILTER REMOVAL, Chapter 28-21-00).
H280005 5. MOTIVE-FLOW SHUTOFF VALVE, CROSSFEED VALVE,
AND FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE (RK-1 thru RK-507 without Kit
128-9008 Installed) - Inspect for condition and leakage.
H230002 6. ANTENNA - Inspect antennas and fillet seal for cracks,
corrosion, burns, security and evidence of damage (Ref. Figure
602).
H120004 7. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
LEFT-HAND WING
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LEFT-HAND WING
H570102 1. WING SKIN (Exterior inspection only, fairing removal is not
required) - Inspect skin for condition.
H570107 2. WING FUEL STORAGE AND INSPECTION ACCESS PANELS
(Exterior inspection only, panel removal is not required) - Inspect
for condition and evidence of fuel leakage.
H570103 3. FUEL TANK FILLER RECEPTACLE
a. Inspect fuel cap, fuel cap lanyard and fuel cap adapter
assembly for condition.
b. Inspect fuel cap latching mechanism for proper operation.
H570104 4. WING TIP AND LENS COVER
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Inspect static wick for condition and evidence of lightning
strike.
H330013 5. ANTI-COLLISION LIGHT ASSEMBLY - Inspect for condition.
H570106 6. WING LEADING AND TRAILING EDGE ASSEMBLIES
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H270102 7. WING FLAPS SYSTEM (Flaps Extended) - (External Inspection
Only) - Inspect for condition.
H270103 8. ROLL TRIM TAB, HINGE AND COUNTERBALANCE (External
Inspection Only)
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Inspect static wick for condition and evidence of lightning
strike.
H270104 9. SPOILER PANELS AND HINGES - Inspect panels, hinges and
bonding straps for condition.
H120005 10. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
05-20-02
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RIGHT-HAND WING
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. RIGHT-HAND WING
H570202 1. WING SKIN (Exterior inspection only, fairing removal is not
required) - Inspect skin for condition.
H570207 2. WING FUEL STORAGE AND INSPECTION ACCESS PANELS
(Exterior inspection only, panel removal is not required) - Inspect
for condition and evidence of fuel leakage.
H570203 3. FUEL TANK FILLER RECEPTACLE
a. Inspect fuel cap, fuel cap lanyard and fuel cap adapter
assembly for condition.
b. Inspect fuel cap latching mechanism for proper operation.
H570204 4. WING TIP AND LENS COVER
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Inspect static wick for condition and evidence of lightning
strike.
H330012 5. ANTI-COLLISION LIGHT ASSEMBLY - Inspect for condition.
H570206 6. WING LEADING AND TRAILING EDGE ASSEMBLIES
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H270202 7. WING FLAPS SYSTEM (Flaps Extended) - (External Inspection
Only) - Inspect for condition.
H270203 8. ROLL TRIM TAB, HINGE AND COUNTERBALANCE (External
Inspection Only)
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Inspect static wick for condition and evidence of lightning
strike.
H270204 9. SPOILER PANELS AND HINGES - Inspect panels, hinges and
bonding straps for condition.
H120006 10. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
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LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES
H320001 1. NOSE WHEEL AND TIRE
a. Check tire for correct inflation, wear, damage or
deterioration.
b. Check wheel for condition and missing or broken wheel tie
bolts and nuts.
H320002 2. NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY - Check for proper
nitrogen servicing and signs of fluid leakage (Ref. Chapter 12-
10-00).
H320030 3. NOSE LANDING GEAR SHIMMY DAMPER
a. Inspect shimmy damper for condition.
b. Check shimmy damper servicing (Ref. Chapter 32-20-00).
H520004 4. NOSE LANDING GEAR DOORS
a. Inspect doors and hinges for condition.
b. Inspect the uplock hook emergency release cable and
linkage for condition and routing (Ref. Figure 601, Detail A
and C).
H320104 5. LEFT MAIN WHEEL
a. Check tire for correct inflation, wear, damage or
deterioration.
b. Check for missing or broken wheel tie bolts and nuts.
H320204 6. RIGHT MAIN WHEEL
a. Check tire for correct inflation, wear, damage or
deterioration.
b. Check for missing or broken wheel tie bolts and nuts.
H320105 7. LEFT BRAKE ASSEMBLY - Check brake wear indicator pin.
Refer to the appropriate MAIN LANDING GEAR BRAKE WEAR
LIMITS procedure (Ref. Chapter 32-40-00).
H320205 8. RIGHT BRAKE ASSEMBLY - Check brake wear indicator pin.
Refer to the appropriate MAIN LANDING GEAR BRAKE WEAR
LIMITS procedure (Ref. Chapter 32-40-00).
05-20-02
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A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES (Continued)
H320039 9. BRAKE SYSTEM ACCUMULATOR - Check accumulator pre-
charge pressure.
H320106 10. LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY - Check for
proper nitrogen servicing and signs of fluid leakage (Ref.
Chapter 12-10-00).
H320206 11. RIGHT MAIN LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY - Check for
proper nitrogen servicing and signs of fluid leakage (Ref.
Chapter 12-10-00).
H520105 12. LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR DOORS
a. Inspect doors and hinges for condition.
b. Inspect the uplock hook emergency release cable and
linkage for condition and routing (Ref. Figure 601, Detail A
and C).
H520205 13. RIGHT MAIN LANDING GEAR DOORS
a. Inspect doors and hinges for condition.
b. Inspect the uplock hook emergency release cable and
linkage for condition and routing (Ref. Figure 601, Detail A
and C).
H320009 14. LANDING GEAR EXTENSION/RETRACTION SYSTEM -
Perform NORMAL EMERGENCY EXTENSION RETRACTION
VERIFICATION CHECK (Ref. Chapter 32-30-00). NOTE: This
check is not required if the LANDING GEAR FUNCTIONAL
TEST is performed.
H120007 15. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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AFT FUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. AFT FUSELAGE
H530021 1. FUSELAGE SKIN, ACCESS DOORS AND FAIRINGS (Exterior
inspection only, panel removal is not required)
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Inspect doors, hinges and latches for condition and proper
operation.
H210003 2. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT (ECU) AND DUCTING -
Clean or replace coalescer sock.
H290001 3. HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR - Check hydraulic fluid level.
H260002 4. FIRE EXTINGUISHER SYSTEM
a. Inspect fire extinguisher containers for proper pressure
(Ref. Chapter 26-20-00, Chart 201).
b. Inspect red overboard discharge disk for presence
condition.
H532001 5. TAIL CONE - Inspect tail cone and anti-collision light for
condition.
H520007 6. FUEL TANK FILLER RECEPTACLE AND DOOR
a. Inspect fuel cap, fuel cap lanyard and fuel cap adapter for
condition.
b. Inspect fuel cap latching mechanism for proper operation.
H230003 7. ANTENNA - Inspect antennas and fillet seal for cracks,
corrosion, burns, security and evidence of damage (Ref. Figure
602).
H120008 8. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
05-20-02
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
VERTICAL STABILIZER
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. VERTICAL STABILIZER
H550001 1. STABILIZER SKIN, LEADING EDGE AND ACCESS PANELS
(Exterior inspection only, panel removal is not required) - Inspect
skin for condition.
H330004 2. FORWARD RECOGNITION LIGHT ASSEMBLY - Inspect for
condition.
H270251 3. VERTICAL STABILIZER TIP FAIRINGS
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Inspect static wick for condition and evidence of lightning
strike.
c. Check tail navigation light and cap assembly
(P/N 45A23325) for security and cracks.
H550002 4. RUDDER ASSEMBLY (Exterior inspection only, panel removal
is not required) - Inspect skin and static wicks for condition and
evidence of lightning strike.
H120009 5. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE A DATE MECH INSP
A. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
H550004 1. STABILIZER SKIN, LEADING EDGES AND
ACCESS PANELS (Exterior inspection only, panel
removal is not required)
a. Inspect for condition. X
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE
INSPECTION (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
X
H330005 2. TAIL FLOOD LIGHTS - Inspect for condition. X
H550005 3. ELEVATOR ASSEMBLY (Exterior inspection only,
panel removal is not required) - Inspect skin and
static wicks for condition and evidence of lightning
strike.
X
H120010 4. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12. X
05-20-02
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
LEFT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
NOTE: The JT15D-5/-5R engine inspection requirements must be completed at this interval. Refer to JT15D-5/-5R
Pratt and Whitney Maintenance Manual, Chapter 72-00-00.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LEFT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
H540101 1. PYLON SKIN (Exterior inspection only, panel removal is not
required) - Inspect for condition.
H540102 2. NACELLE
a. Inspect all cowlings for condition.
b. Ensure all 1/4-turn fasteners are present and secured.
c. Inspect fastener holes for cracks and elongation.
H540103 3. ENGINE INLET
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H520120 4. OIL FILLER DOOR - Inspect door, hinge and latch for
condition and proper operation (Ref. Chapter 06-50-00,
Figure 14, panels 410D/420D).
H520119 5. REMOTE OIL ACCESS DOOR (RK-78, RK-87 thru RK-390,
RK-392 with Kit 128-9007-0001 Installed, RK-391, RK-393
and After) - Inspect door, hinge and latch for condition and
proper operation (Ref. Chapter 06-50-00, Figure 14, panels
410E/420E).
H720001 6. ENGINE CONTROLS AND CABLE - Check for full travel and
freedom of movement, damage and wear, evidence of
moisture ingress and proper safeties.
H720005 7. ENGINE ACCESSORIES - Inspect all for condition.
H720013 8. ENGINE ISOLATOR MOUNTS - Inspect for corrosion,
damage, and deterioration of rubber isolators. (Engine
removal is not necessary.)

H720004 9. FUEL AND HYDRAULIC LINES - Inspect for condition and
deterioration.
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A. LEFT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
(Continued)
H260106 10. ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHER TUBING AND DETECTOR
LOOP
a. Inspect extinguisher discharge tubing for condition and
obstruction.
b. Perform FIRE DETECTOR SENSOR CABLE
INSPECTION procedure (Ref. Chapter 26-10-00).
H720006 11. ELECTRICAL HARNESS - Inspect connectors, terminals and
wires for condition, deterioration and evidence of arcing or
overheating.
H710102 12. BLEED AIR SYSTEM
a. Inspect bleed air tube assemblies and nacelle anti-ice
duct for condition.
b. Inspect nacelle anti-ice pressure regulator shutoff valve
and mount structure for condition.
H120011 13. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-02
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
RIGHT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
NOTE: The JT15D-5/-5R engine inspection requirements must be completed at this interval. Refer to JT15D-5/-5R
Pratt and Whitney Maintenance Manual, Chapter 72-00-00.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. RIGHT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
H540201 1. PYLON SKIN (Exterior inspection only, panel removal is not
required) - Inspect for condition.
H540202 2. NACELLE
a. Inspect all cowlings for condition.
b. Ensure all 1/4-turn fasteners are present and secured.
c. Inspect fastener holes for cracks and elongation.
H540203 3. ENGINE INLET
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H520220 4. OIL FILLER DOOR - Inspect door, hinge and latch for
condition and proper operation (Ref. Chapter 06-50-00, Figure
14, panels 410D/420D).
H520219 5. REMOTE OIL ACCESS DOOR (RK-78, RK-87 thru RK-390,
RK-392 with Kit 128-9007-0001 Installed, RK-391, RK-393
and After) - Inspect door, hinge and latch for condition and
proper operation (Ref. Chapter 06-50-00, Figure 14, panels
410E/420E).
H720008 6. ENGINE CONTROLS AND CABLE - Check for full travel and
freedom of movement, damage and wear, evidence of
moisture ingress and proper safeties.
H720009 7. ENGINE ACCESSORIES - Inspect all for condition.
H720012 8. ENGINE ISOLATOR MOUNTS - Inspect for corrosion,
damage, and deterioration of rubber isolators. (Engine
removal is not necessary.)

H720010 9. FUEL AND HYDRAULIC LINES - Inspect for condition and
deterioration.
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A. RIGHT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
(Continued)
H260206 10. ENGINE FIRE EXTINGUISHER TUBING AND DETECTOR
LOOP
a. Inspect extinguisher discharge tubing for condition and
obstruction.
b. Perform FIRE DETECTOR SENSOR CABLE
INSPECTION procedure (Ref. Chapter 26-10-00).
H720011 11. ELECTRICAL HARNESS - Inspect connectors, terminals and
wires for condition, deterioration and evidence of arcing or
overheating.
H710202 12. BLEED AIR SYSTEM
a. Inspect bleed air tube assemblies and nacelle anti-ice
duct for condition.
b. Inspect nacelle anti-ice pressure regulator shutoff valve
and mount structure for condition.
H120012 13. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-02
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
LEFT-HAND THRUST REVERSER
NOTE: Refer to Chapter 78 of the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81 or subsequent for the
following.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LEFT-HAND THRUST REVERSER
H290104 1. HYDRAULIC LINES - Inspect for condition and deterioration.
H780105 2. UPPER AND LOWER DOORS
a. Inspect for condition, evidence of door twisting, and faired
position of the doors in the stowed position.
b. Measure bumper pad thickness. (Ref. Chapter 78-30-07 in
the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81
or subsequent).
H780101 3. STANGS AND DOORS
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H780106 4. FAN DUCT ASSEMBLY - Inspect for condition.
H780102 5. MECHANICAL ACTUATING MECHANISM
a. Inspect support assemblies, carriage, links, levers, cams,
cam followers and support bracket for cracks, evidence of
damage, freedom of movement and security of installation.
Ensure driver-link attach bolt does not rotate.
b. Check link bearings and door-bushing carriage-guide rods,
linkage pivot points and cam follower for freedom of
rotation.
c. Measure deflection of driver links. (Ref. Chapter 78-30-07
in the Component Maintenance Manual P/N 128-590001-
81 or subsequent).
H780109 6. HYDRAULIC ACTUATOR - Inspect for hydraulic leaks,
damaged pushrod, damaged flexible hoses and security of
installation.
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A. LEFT-HAND THRUST REVERSER (Continued)
H780103 7. DEPLOY AND STOW LIMIT SWITCHES
a. Inspect wiring and switches for condition and deterioration.
b. Perform THRUST REVERSER STOW LIMIT SWITCHES
CHECK (Ref. Chapter 78-30-00).
H760104 8. THROTTLE FEEDBACK CABLE - Inspect for condition and
freedom of movement.
H760105 9. FEEDBACK BRACKET ASSEMBLY
a. Inspect for condition and alignment.
b. Inspect the lever and spindle for wear and alignment.
c. Inspect the resilience of the spring.
H780108 10. THRUST REVERSER
a. Perform NORMAL THRUST REVERSER SYSTEM
CHECK (Ref. Chapter 78-30-00).
b. Perform EMERGENCY STOW SYSTEM TEST (Ref.
Chapter 78-30-00).
H120013 11. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-02
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
RIGHT-HAND THRUST REVERSER
NOTE: Refer to Chapter 78 of the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81 or subsequent for the
following.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. RIGHT-HAND THRUST REVERSER
H290204 1. HYDRAULIC LINES - Inspect for condition and deterioration.
H780205 2. UPPER AND LOWER DOORS
a. Inspect for condition, evidence of door twisting, and faired
position of the doors in the stowed position.
b. Measure bumper pad thickness. (Ref. Chapter 78-30-07 in
the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81
or subsequent).
H780201 3. STANGS AND DOORS
a. Inspect for condition.
b. Perform the UNPAINTED SURFACE INSPECTION (Ref.
Chapter 12-20-00).
H780206 4. FAN DUCT ASSEMBLY - Inspect for condition.
H780202 5. MECHANICAL ACTUATING MECHANISM
a. Inspect support assemblies, carriage, links, levers, cams,
cam followers and support bracket for cracks, evidence of
damage, freedom of movement and security of installation.
Ensure driver-link attach bolt does not rotate.
b. Check link bearings and door-bushing carriage-guide rods,
linkage pivot points and cam follower for freedom of rotation.
c. Measure deflection of driver links. (Ref. Chapter 78-30-07 in
the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81
or subsequent).
H780209 6. HYDRAULIC ACTUATOR - Inspect for hydraulic leaks,
damaged pushrod, damaged flexible hoses and security of
installation.
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A. RIGHT-HAND THRUST REVERSER (Continued)
H780203 7. DEPLOY AND STOW LIMIT SWITCHES
a. Inspect wiring and switches for condition and deterioration.
b. Perform THRUST REVERSER STOW LIMIT SWITCHES
CHECK (Ref. Chapter 78-30-00).
H760204 8. THROTTLE FEEDBACK CABLE - Inspect for condition and
freedom of movement.
H760205 9. FEEDBACK BRACKET ASSEMBLY
a. Inspect for condition and alignment.
b. Inspect the lever and spindle for wear and alignment.
c. Inspect the resilience of the spring.
H780208 10. THRUST REVERSER
a. Perform NORMAL THRUST REVERSER SYSTEM CHECK
(Ref. Chapter 78-30-00).
b. Perform EMERGENCY STOW SYSTEM TEST (Ref.
Chapter 78-30-00).
H120014 11. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-02
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
ENGINE GROUND RUN AND OPERATIONAL CHECKS
NOTE: Observe all operating limitations in the Model 400A FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual.
SCHEDULED IFA-A INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. ENGINE GROUND RUN AND OPERATIONAL CHECKS
H710001 1. ENGINE SYSTEMS - NOTE: Observe ENGINE GROUND
OPERATING PROCEDURES (Ref. Chapter 71-00-00).
a. Perform NORMAL PERFORMANCE CHECK and record
data on Engine Run Check Record Sheet (Ref. Chapter 71-
00-00).
b. Perform THRUST LEVER AGREEMENT (Ref. Chapter 71-
00-00).
c. Perform ENGINE INSTRUMENT AGREEMENT (Ref.
Chapter 71-00-00).
d. Perform MAX POWER CHECK IN REVERSION MODE
(Ref. Chapter 71-00-00).
H210019 2. CABIN PRESSURE CONTROL SYSTEM - Perform CABIN
PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref.
Chapter 21-30-00).
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Nose and Main Landing Gear - Uplock Emergency Release Cable End Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 601
C
D
B
B
C
A
DETAIL A
DETAIL D
DETAIL B
DETAIL C
RK05B
086098AA.AI
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW POINTS
OF INSPECTION
05-20-02
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Antenna Locator
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 602
RK27B
063119AA.AI
GPS
(SINGLE)
MARKER
BEACON
NO. #1
TRANSPONDER
NO. #2
TRANSPONDER
NO. 1
VHF
NO. #1
TRANSPONDER
NO. #2
TRANSPONDER
TCAS
TCAS
NO. 2
DME
NO. 1
DME
FLITEFONE
(OPTIONAL)
AFIS (OPTIONAL)
NO. 2
VHF
ADF
HF (OPTIONAL)
VOR/LOC
(ONE ON EACH
SIDE OF VERTICAL
STABILIZER)
GPS (DUAL)
RADAR
ALTIMETER
(TRANSMIT)
RADAR
ALTIMETER
(RECEIVE)
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600600600
05-20-0
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
PILOT'S COMPARTMENT
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT
H350001 1. PILOT'S AND COPILOT'S OXYGEN SYSTEM - Perform the
appropriate FLIGHT CREW OXYGEN SYSTEM
OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref. Chapter 35-11-00).
H350002 2. PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM - Perform PASSENGER
OXYGEN SYSTEM CHECK (Ref. Chapter 35-21-00).
H320013 3. MASTER BRAKE CYLINDERS (Above Floor Panels) - Clean
piston rod surfaces and upper surface of cylinder bodies and
inspect for condition.
H320041 4. MANUAL BRAKE SYSTEM - Perform BRAKE MIXING VALVE
FUNCTIONAL CHECK (Ref. Chapter 32-40-00).
H110001 5. INTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility. Refer to the appropriate Model 400A
Pilots Operating Manual, Section 2, Operating Limitations.
H240001 6. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS - AREA INSPECTION -
(Accessible without interior disassembly) - Inspect for condition
and evidence of overheating.
H210016 7. COCKPIT SIDE WINDOW DEFOG BLOWER - Perform
COCKPIT SIDE WINDOW DEFOG BLOWER TEST (Ref.
Chapter 30-40-00).
H330008 8. FLIGHT COMPARTMENT LIGHTING - Perform FLIGHT
COMPARTMENT LIGHTS FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter
33-11-00).
H330009 9. EXTERIOR LIGHTING - Perform EXTERIOR LIGHTS
ADJUSTMENT AND TEST (Ref. Chapter 33-40-00).
H260006 10. FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM - Perform FIRE DETECTION
SYSTEM OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 26-10-00).
H300006 11. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER DEICE SYSTEM - Perform
Horizontal Stabilizer Deice System OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref.
Chapter 30-12-00).
H230004 12. COCKPIT WARNING SYSTEM - Perform COCKPIT VOICE
RECORDER FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 23-70-00).
05-20-03
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A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT (Continued)
H340008 13. STALL WARNING SYSTEM
a. Perform stall warning system - SELF TEST (Ref. Chapter
34-11-00).
b. Perform FAULT INDICATOR TEST (Ref. Chapter 34-11-
00).
H250009 14. RELIEF TUBE - If installed, inspect plumbing and storage box
for condition.
H760004 15. CENTER PEDESTAL
a. Perform THRUST LEVER OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 76-10-00).
b. Perform THRUST STOP MECHANISM OPERATIONAL
CHECK (Ref. Chapter 76-10-00).
H210028 16. PRESSURIZATION CONTROL COMPONENTS AIR FILTERS/
SCREENS
a. Perform CABIN ALTITUDE (CABIN PRESSURE LOW)
SWITCH (S092) FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 21-30-
00).
b. CABIN AIR PRESSURE CONTROLLER FILTER - Clean or
replace filter as necessary (Ref. Chapter 21-30-00).
c. SOLENOID VALVE (S2) AIR FILTER - Perform the
SOLENOID VALVE (S2) AIR FILTER servicing procedure
and inspect filter for condition (Ref. Chapter 21-30-00).
d. OUTFLOW/SAFETY VALVE STATIC PORT SCREENS
(RK-49 and After) - Perform the OUTFLOW/SAFETY
VALVE STATIC PORT SCREENS servicing procedure and
inspect screens for condition (Ref. Chapter 21-30-00).
e. CABIN HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH AIR FILTER (RK-93
and After) - Perform the CABIN HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
AIR FILTER servicing procedure and inspect screen for
condition (Ref. Chapter 21-30-00).
H210006 17. AIR-CONDITIONING CONTROL SWITCH PANEL (copilots
sidepanel) (RK-78, RK-87 and After) - Inspect for condition and
operation.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT (Continued)
H210017 18. CEILING AIR OUTLET SHUTOFF VALVE (RK-1 thru RK-97
and RK-99 thru RK-109) - Perform the appropriate CEILING AIR
OUTLET SHUTOFF VALVE TEST procedure (Ref. Chapter 21-
20-00).
H340004 19. PRIMARY FLIGHT DISPLAY (PFD) AND MULTIFUNCTION
DISPLAY (MFD) COOLING FANS - Inspect screens for lint,
carpet fibers and indication of blockage.
H341101 20. AIRBORNE FLIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AFIS) (RK-483
and After - Optional) - Inspect the Data Base Unit (DBU) for
proper mounting and security of attachment (Ref. Chapter 34-
59-00).
H120015 21. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
CABIN SECTION
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. CABIN SECTION
1. EMERGENCY LIGHTING SYSTEM
H330010 a. (RK-1 thru RK-109, except RK-98) - Perform the complete
EMERGENCY LIGHT POWER SUPPLY FUNCTIONAL
TESTING AND CHARGING PROCEDURE (Ref. Chapter
33-50-00).
H330011 b. (RK-98, RK-110 and After) - Perform Emergency Lighting
System FUNCTIONAL TEST PROCEDURES (Ref.
Chapter 33-51-00).
H250003 2. DIVIDER AND PARTITIONS (Removal not required) - Inspect
for condition.
H250005 3. REFRESHMENT CENTER AND STORAGE CABINETS
(Removal not required) - Inspect for condition.
H520009 4. ENTRANCE DOOR LATCH AND LOCK MECHANSIM - Inspect
operation of entrance door latch mechanism and ensure proper
function of lock mechanism (Ref. Figure 601).
H520008 5. DOOR WARNING SYSTEM - Perform DOOR WARNING
SYSTEM CHECK (Ref. Chapter 52-70-00).
H520010 6. EMERGENCY EXIT LATCH AND LOCK MECHANSIM -
Inspect operation of emergency exit door latch mechanism and
ensure proper function of lock mechanism.
H110002 7. INTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility. Refer to the appropriate Model 400A
Pilots Operating Manual, Sections 2, Operating Limitations.
H240005 8. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS - AREA INSPECTION -
(Accessible without interior disassembly) - Inspect for condition
and evidence of overheating.
H350008 9. PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM - Inspect each passenger
oxygen mask assembly and supply tubing for condition and
deterioration of its elastomeric and vinyl components.
H240015 10. GENERATOR CONTROL UNITS (GCU) - Inspect both GCUs
and electrical connectors for condition and security of
connection.
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A. CABIN SECTION (Continued)
H210001 11. FWD & AFT EVAPORATOR BOX ASSEMBLIES (RK-78, RK-
87 and After) - Inspect intake air filter for cleanliness and
condition.
H210035 12. OVERHEAD AIR OUTLET
a. Inspect for condition and mechanical operation.
b. (RK-78, RK-87 thru RK-109, except RK-98) - Assure outlets
do not fully close.
H250010 13. PASSENGER AND TOILET SEAT - Perform operational check
of the toilet assembly flushing system (Ref. Chapter 38,
Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-81.
H120012 14. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
FORWARD FUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. FORWARD FUSELAGE
H110003 1. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H520002 2. AVIONICS ACCESS DOORS - Inspect doors and seals for
condition.
H240016 3. ELECTRICAL AND AVIONICS COMPONENTS - AREA
INSPECTION (Forward of the pressure bulkhead; Avionics
removal not required) - Inspect for condition and evidence of
overheating.
H340011 4. PITOT, STATIC AND AOA SENSOR - Perform PITOT/STATIC
AND AOA HEATING SYSTEM OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 30-30-00).
H530033 5. RVSM REGION - Perform RVSM REGION INSPECTION to
verify the area is free from damage, deterioration or repair.
H210002 6. OUTFLOW SAFETY VALVE POPPET SEATS (as viewed from
nose avionics compartment) - Inspect for condition and
contamination. Clean with isopropyl alcohol if necessary.
H350009 7. OXYGEN SYSTEM - Detail inspect oxygen cylinder, regulator,
and plumbing for condition.
H320014 8. NITROGEN SYSTEM - Detail inspect nitrogen cylinder,
plumbing and valve for condition.
H530001 9. FUSELAGE MOISTURE DRAIN HOLE - Inspect drain holes for
obstruction.
H300008 10. WINDSHIELD WIPERS (RK-1 thru RK-242 without Kit 128-5405
installed) - Perform WIPER ON WET GLASS OPERATIONAL
TEST (Ref. Chapter 30-40-00).
H300009 11. WINDSHIELD HEAT - Perform windshield heat OPERATIONAL
TEST (Ref. Chapter 30-40-00).
H120017 12. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
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MIDFUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. MIDFUSELAGE
H320015 1. BRAKE SYSTEM - Inspect power brake valve, parking brake
valves and accumulator for condition.
H110004 2. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H530003 3. WING/FUSELAGE FILLET (Exterior inspection only, fillet
removal is not required) - Inspect for condition.
H280006 4. FUEL SYSTEM PLUMBING AND COMPONENT MOUNTING
(RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit 128-9008 installed; RK-508 and
After) (Gain access through panels 311AB and 312AB) -
Inspect for condition and leakage.
H280007 5. MOTIVE-FLOW SHUTOFF VALVE, CROSSFEED VALVE,
AND FUEL SHUTOFF VALVE (RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit
128-9008 Installed; RK-508 and After) - Inspect for condition
and leakage.
H270008 6. SPOILER OPERATION
a. Perform Spoiler OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref. Chapter 27-
60-00). NOTE: Not required if the complete SPOILER
CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST procedure is
performed.
b. Inspect spoiler servo cables for condition, routing and
broken strands.
c. Perform SPOILER SERVO OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT
(Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
H270118 7. SPEED BRAKE OPERATION - Perform Speed Brake
OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 27-60-00). NOTE: Not
required if the complete SPEED BRAKE SYSTEM
ADJUSTMENT/TEST procedure is performed.
H120018 8. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
05-20-03
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LEFT-HAND WING
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LEFT-HAND WING
H110005 1. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H270109 2. WING FLAPS SYSTEM (Flaps Extended)
a. Detail inspect flap actuator, flap drive linkage and all control
levers for condition and seized bearings.
b. Inspect flap hydraulic plumbing for routing and condition.
c. Inspect flap position transmitter for condition and seized
linkage.
d. Inspect flap follow-up switch for condition and seized
linkage.
e. Detail inspect flap cables, flap interconnect cables and
pulleys for condition, routing and broken strands. NOTE:
Closely examine the flap cables at the middle control lever
where they pass through the stopper fittings for evidence of
slippage or corrosion. (No inter strand corrosion permitted,
Ref. Chapter 20-10-08).
f. Detain inspect main flap rollers, main flap tracks,
attachments and push-pull rods for condition, seized
bearings and sufficient engagement of rod ends.
g. Detain inspect aft flap rollers, aft flap tracks, attachments
and push-pull rods for condition, seized bearings and
sufficient engagement of rod ends.
H270111 3. FLAP OPERATION (Perform in conjunction with RH wing
inspection) - Perform the flap system OPERATIONAL TEST
(Ref. Chapter 27-50-00). NOTE: Not required if the complete
FLAP CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST is performed.
H270113 4. ROLL TRIM ACTUATOR, ATTACHMENT, DRIVE LINKAGE,
POTENTIOMETER and NEUTRAL SWITCH - Inspect for
condition, seized bearings and sufficient engagement of rod
ends (Ref. Chapter 27-10-00, Figure 202).
H270105 5. ROLL TRIM OPERATION - Perform the ROLL TRIM SYSTEM
OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 27-10-00). NOTE: Not
required if the complete ROLL TRIM TESTING procedure is
performed.
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A. LEFT-HAND WING (Continued)
H270115 6. SPOILER SECTOR AND PUSHRODS - Detail inspect for
condition, seized bearings and sufficient engagement of rod
ends (Ref. Chapter 27-60-00, Figure 211).
H270116 7. SPOILER CABLES - Detail inspect cables and pulleys for
proper routing and condition (No inter strand corrosion
permitted, Ref. Chapter 20-10-08).
H270147 8. LEFT SPOILER BRACKET SUPPORT FITTING (P/N
45A62036) - Detail inspect for cracks and any other indications
of structural damage. (Disassembly is not required). (Ref. IPC
Figure 27-60-20-01).
H570112 9. SPOILER BRACKET (P/N 45A10152) REAR SPAR AREA
(WCS 2513) - Inspect bracket for security and cracking. Pay
particular attention to the area surrounding the bracket holes
and mounting hardware (Ref. Figure 609).
H120019 10. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
RIGHT-HAND WING
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. RIGHT-HAND WING
H110006 1. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H270209 2. WING FLAPS SYSTEM (Flaps Extended)
a. Detail inspect flap actuator, flap drive linkage and all control
levers for condition and seized bearings.
b. Inspect flap hydraulic plumbing for routing and condition.
c. Inspect flap position transmitter for condition and seized
linkage.
d. Inspect flap follow-up switch for condition and seized
linkage.
e. Detail inspect flap cables, flap interconnect cables and
pulleys for condition, routing and broken strands. NOTE:
Closely examine the flap cables at the middle control lever
where they pass through the stopper fittings for evidence of
slippage or corrosion. (No inter strand corrosion permitted,
Ref. Chapter 20-10-08).
f. Detain inspect main flap rollers, main flap tracks,
attachments and push-pull rods for condition, seized
bearings and sufficient engagement of rod ends.
g. Detain inspect aft flap rollers, aft flap tracks, attachments
and push-pull rods for condition, seized bearings and
sufficient engagement of rod ends.
H270211 3. FLAP OPERATION (Perform in conjunction with LH wing
inspection) - Perform the flap system OPERATIONAL TEST
(Ref. Chapter 27-50-00). NOTE: Not required if the complete
FLAP CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST is performed.
H270213 4. ROLL TRIM ACTUATOR, ATTACHMENT, DRIVE LINKAGE,
POTENTIOMETER and NEUTRAL SWITCH - Inspect for
condition, seized bearings and sufficient engagement of rod
ends (Ref. Chapter 27-10-00, Figure 202).
H270205 5. ROLL TRIM OPERATION - Perform the ROLL TRIM SYSTEM
OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 27-10-00). NOTE: Not
required if the complete ROLL TRIM TESTING procedure is
performed.
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A. RIGHT-HAND WING (Continued)
H270215 6. SPOILER SECTOR AND PUSHRODS - Detail inspect for
condition, seized bearings and sufficient engagement of rod
ends (Ref. Chapter 27-60-00, Figure 211).
H270216 7. SPOILER CABLES - Detail inspect cables and pulleys for
proper routing and condition (No inter strand corrosion
permitted, Ref. Chapter 20-10-08).
H270247 8. RIGHT SPOILER BRACKET SUPPORT FITTING (P/N
45A62036) - Detail inspect for cracks and any other indications
of structural damage. (Disassembly is not required) (Ref. IPC
Figure 27-60-20-01).
H570212 9. SPOILER BRACKET (P/N 45A10152) REAR SPAR AREA
(WCS 2513) - Inspect bracket for security and cracking. Pay
particular attention to the area surrounding the bracket holes
and mounting hardware (Ref. Figure 609).
H120020 10. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES
H320040 1. LANDING GEAR SYSTEM
a. Perform LANDING GEAR FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref.
Chapter 32-00-00).
b. Perform nose steering NEUTRAL POSITION CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 32-50-00).
H320020 2. NOSE LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY
a. Detail inspect strut assembly for security, wear, cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and any evidence of damage or
corrosion.
b. Inspect hydraulic actuator cylinder and hydraulic lines for
condition and routing.
H320037 3. NOSE WHEEL AND TIRE
a. Clean and inspect wheel bearings and cones. Re-lubricate
wheel bearings (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
b. Inspect axle, caps and spacers for condition and corrosion.
H320017 4. NOSE LANDING GEAR DRAG STRUT ASSEMBLY
a. Detail inspect for condition.
b. Inspect downlock hydraulic actuator cylinder and hydraulic
lines for condition and routing.
c. Inspect bearings in the lower drag strut for slippage (Ref.
Figure 602).
d. Inspect downlock switch and bracket for proper mounting
and condition.
H320018 5. NOSE LANDING GEAR UPLOCK ASSEMBLY
a. Detail inspect uplock hook mechanism for condition and
freedom of movement.
b. Inspect uplock hydraulic actuator cylinder and hydraulic
lines for condition and routing.
c. Inspect uplock switch and bracket for proper mounting and
condition.
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A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES (Continued)
H320003 6. NOSE LANDING GEAR WHEEL WELL
a. Inspect attach fittings, support structure and keels skins for
cracks, loose or missing fasteners, corrosion and evidence
of damage.
b. Inspect wire harness for condition, deterioration and
routing.
H520005 7. NOSE LANDING GEAR DOORS - Detail inspect door linkage
installation for condition, seized bearings and sufficient
engagement of rod ends
H320019 8. NOSE LANDING GEAR EMERGENCY EXTENSION CABLE -
Inspect for condition and proper routing.
H320038 9. NOSE WHEEL STEERING SYSTEM -
a. Detail inspect cam assembly, lever assembly and steering
rod for condition, seized bearings and freedom of
movement.
b. Perform NOSE GEAR TORQUE ARM ASSEMBLY CHECK
(Ref. Chapter 32-50-00).
H320124 10. LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY
a. Detail inspect strut assembly for security, wear, cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and any evidence of damage or
corrosion.
b. Inspect hydraulic actuator cylinder and hydraulic lines for
corrosion.
H320125 11. LEFT MAIN WHEEL
a. Clean and inspect wheel bearings and cones. Re-lubricate
wheel bearings (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
b. Inspect wheel brake disc drive keys for loose and missing
hardware.
c. Inspect axle, nut and spacer for condition and corrosion.
H320109 12. LEFT BRAKE ASSEMBLY - Detail inspect brake assembly for
condition.
H290101 13. LEFT BRAKE HYDRAULIC/PNEUMATIC LINES AND HOSES
- Inspect for condition and routing on the strut and in the wheel
well.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES (Continued)
H320120 14. LEFT LANDING GEAR SAFETY SWITCH - Inspect switch,
linkage, mounting and wire harness for condition.
H320121 15. LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR SIDE STRUT ASSEMBLY
a. Detail inspect side strut assembly for condition.
b. Inspect bearings in the lower side strut assembly, balancer
arm and link assembly for slippage (Ref. Figure 603).
c. Inspect downlock actuator, hydraulic plumbing and
downlock mechanism for condition and routing.
d. Inspect downlock switch, mount hardware and wire harness
for condition and routing.
H320107 16. LEFT MAIN ACTUATOR BRACKET - Detail inspect for
evidence of interference between the actuator bracket and the
wing spar (i.e. paint damage) (Ref. Figure 604). Replace if
interference is found.
H320122 17. LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR AND DOOR UPLOCK HOOK
AND UPLOCK ASSEMBLIES
a. Inspect hydraulic uplock cylinder and hydraulic plumbing for
condition and routing.
b. Detail inspect uplock hook mechanism for condition and
freedom of movement.
c. Inspect uplock switch, mount bracket and wire harness for
condition and routing.
H320108 18. LEFT MAIN WHEEL WELL AND AREA INSPECTION (Panel
Removal Not Required)
a. Inspect wheel well area structure and skin for cracks, loose
and missing fasteners, corrosion and evidence of damage.
b. Inspect wire harness for condition, routing and evidence of
tire rub.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES (Continued)
H320224 19. RIGHT MAIN LANDING GEAR STRUT ASSEMBLY
a. Detail inspect strut assembly for security, wear, cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and any evidence of damage or
corrosion.
b. Inspect hydraulic actuator cylinder and hydraulic lines for
corrosion.
H320225 20. RIGHT MAIN WHEEL
a. Clean and inspect wheel bearings and cones. Re-lubricate
wheel bearings (Ref. Chapter 12-20-00).
b. Inspect wheel brake disc drive keys for loose and missing
hardware.
c. Inspect axle, nut and spacer for condition and corrosion.
H320209 21. RIGHT BRAKE ASSEMBLY - Detail inspect brake assembly for
condition.
H290201 22. RIGHT BRAKE HYDRAULIC/PNEUMATIC LINES AND
HOSES - Inspect for condition and routing on the strut and in the
wheel well.
H320220 23. RIGHT LANDING GEAR SAFETY SWITCH - Inspect switch,
linkage, mounting and wire harness for condition.
H320221 24. RIGHT MAIN LANDING GEAR SIDE STRUT ASSEMBLY
a. Detail inspect side strut assembly for condition.
b. Inspect bearings in the lower side strut assembly, balancer
arm and link assembly for slippage (Ref. Figure 603).
c. Inspect downlock actuator, hydraulic plumbing and
downlock mechanism for condition and routing.
d. Inspect downlock switch, mount hardware and wire harness
for condition and routing.
H320207 25. RIGHT MAIN ACTUATOR BRACKET - Detail inspect for
evidence of interference between the actuator bracket and the
wing spar (i.e. paint damage) (Ref. Figure 604). Replace if
interference is found.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES (Continued)
H320222 26. RIGHT MAIN LANDING GEAR AND DOOR UPLOCK HOOK
AND UPLOCK ASSEMBLIES
a. Inspect hydraulic uplock cylinder and hydraulic plumbing for
condition and routing.
b. Detail inspect uplock hook mechanism for condition and
freedom of movement.
c. Inspect uplock switch, mount bracket and wire harness for
condition and routing.
H320208 27. RIGHT MAIN WHEEL WELL AND AREA INSPECTION (Panel
Removal Not Required)
a. Inspect wheel well area structure and skin for cracks, loose
and missing fasteners, corrosion and evidence of damage.
b. Inspect wire harness for condition, routing and evidence of
tire rub.
H320026 28. ANTI-SKID SYSTEM
a. Perform WHEEL SPEED TRANSDUCER INSPECTION
(Ref. Chapter 32-40-00). NOTE: This check is not required
if the complete BRAKE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TESTING
procedure in Chapter 32-40-00 is performed.
b. Perform ANTI-SKID RESPONSE CHECK (Ref. Chapter 32-
40-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the complete
BRAKE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TESTING procedure in
Chapter 32-40-00 is performed.
c. Perform FAILURE DETECTION CIRCUIT CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 32-40-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the
complete BRAKE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TESTING
procedure in Chapter 32-40-00 is performed.
d. Perform TOUCH-DOWN PROTECTION CIRCUIT CHECK
(Ref. Chapter 32-40-00). NOTE: This check is not required
if the complete BRAKE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TESTING
procedure in Chapter 32-40-00 is performed.
H120021 29. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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AFT FUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. AFT FUSELAGE
H110008 1. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H530002 2. DORSAL FIN AND VENTRAL FIN - (Exterior inspection only,
panel removal not required) - Inspect fins for condition (Ref.
Chapter 53-50-00).
H520006 3. BAGGAGE DOORS - Inspect baggage door seals for condition.
H240002 4. BATTERY INSTALLATION
a. Inspect battery installation for condition.
b. Inspect battery terminal connector for security of connection,
corrosion and evidence of overheating. Disassemble and
clean if corrosion is noted.
H240008 5. BATTERY, EXTERNAL POWER AND GENERATOR
GROUNDING TERMINALS AND HARDWARE - Inspect for
security of connection, corrosion and evidence of overheating.
Disassemble and clean if corrosion is noted, or if generator load
split is noted (Ref. Chapter 20-20-03). Access through panels
311FL and 312DR as shown in Chapter 06-50-00.
H520011 6. EXTERNAL POWER RECEPTACLE
a. Inspect for security, corrosion and evidence of overheating.
Disassemble and clean if corrosion is noted.
b. Inspect main junction electrical components for condition and
evidence of overheating.
H240009 7. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS - AREA INSPECTION - Inspect
aft fuselage area electrical components for condition and
evidence of overheating.
H290003 8. HYDRAULIC PACKAGE FLUID FILTER ELEMENTS - Replace
(Ref. Chapter 29-10-00).
H290004 9. HYDRAULIC PACKAGE AIR FILTER - Clean (Ref. Chapter 29-
10-00 in the Component Maintenance Manual, P/N 128-590001-
81 or subsequent).
H290002 10. HYDRAULIC PACKAGE, SYSTEM PLUMBING, COMPONENTS
- Detail inspect for condition and cleanliness.
05-20-03
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A. AFT FUSELAGE (Continued)
H210018 11. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT (ECU) AND DUCTING
(Panels 311RL and 312FR removed) - Detail inspect ECU, bleed
air manifold assembly and associated ducting for condition and
evidence of hot air leakage (where visible) (Ref. Figure 608).
H780004 12. THRUST REVERSER CONTROL VALVE, ISOLATION VALVE,
PRESSURE SWITCH, CHECK VALVE AND HYDRAULIC LINES
- Inspect all for condition and cleanliness.
H260003 13. FIRE EXTINGUISHER SYSTEM
a. Perform NACELLE FIRE EXTINGUISHER CONTAINER
INSPECTION (Ref. Chapter 26-20-00)
b. Inspect fire extinguisher discharge plumbing for condition.
H270024 14. CONTROL CABLES
a. Inspect thrust control cables and bellcranks for condition and
routing.
b. Inspect rudder control cables, pulleys, guard pins and
brackets from the aft pressure bulkhead to the rudder
quadrant for condition, routing and broken strands.
c. Inspect rudder servo, servo cables and cable blocks for
condition, routing, slippage and broken strands.
d. Perform RUDDER SERVO OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT
(Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
e. Inspect elevator control cables, pulleys, guard pins and
brackets from the aft pressure bulkhead to the elevator
quadrant for condition, routing and broken strands.
f. Inspect elevator servo, servo cables and cable blocks for
condition, routing, slippage and broken strands.
g. Perform ELEVATOR SERVO OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT
(Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
H530007 15. AFT FUSELAGE BAGGAGE PANELS
a. Inspect baggage compartment composite panels for
condition and oil or grease contamination.
b. Inspect baggage compartment panels and supporting frame
structure velcro fastener material for condition.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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A. AFT FUSELAGE (Continued)
H210011 16. VAPOR CYCLE COOLING SYSTEM (RK-78, RK-87 and After)
a. Inspect compressor/condenser module assembly and
ducting for condition (compressor/condenser module not
removed).
b. Inspect wire harness and grounding points (airframe and
module) for condition and evidence of overheating.
c. Inspect remote refrigerant servicing assembly and refrigerant
system plumbing (from the rear pressure bulkhead to the
compressor/condenser module) for condition and routing.
d. Inspect remote refrigerant servicing placard for presence and
legibility.
e. Inspect circuit breakers, fuses, load shed module and wiring
for condition and evidence of overheating.
H530005 17. COMPRESSOR/CONDENSER INLET AND EXHAUST PORTS -
Inspect inlet and exhaust ports for condition and obstruction.
H341178 18. AIRBORNE FLIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEM (AFIS) (Optional
Equipment - RK-483 and After) - Inspect the Data Management
Unit (DMU), the Configuration Module, and the mount rack for
proper mounting and security of attachment (Ref. Chapter 34-59-
00).
H120022 19. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
VERTICAL STABILIZER
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. VERTICAL STABILIZER
H110009 1. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H550007 2. VERTICAL STABILIZER SIDE RAILS AND ROLLER - (Ref.
Chapter 55-30-00).
a. Perform SIDE RAIL INSPECTION.
b. Perform SIDE ROLLER BRACKET ASSEMBLY
INSPECTION.
H270028 3. ELEVATOR QUADRANT ASSEMBLY, PUSHROD AND
CONNECTING HARDWARE, STOP BOLTS AND DOWN
SPRING - Detail inspect for condition, seized bearings, freedom
of movement and sufficient engagement of rod ends.
H270027 4. ELEVATOR CABLES (Where accessible through access
panels)
a. Detail inspect cables for proper routing, corrosion and
broken strands.
b. Inspect pulleys and brackets for condition and security.
H550003 5. RUDDER HINGES AND BOLTS, TORQUE TUBE AND
BELLCRANK, STOP BOLTS AND RUDDER COUNTER-
BALANCE - Detail inspect for condition, seized bearings,
freedom of movement and sufficient engagement of rod ends.
H270005 6. RUDDER TRIM TAB AND HINGE - Inspect for condition.
H270037 7. RUDDER TRIM ACTUATOR AND LINKAGE - Inspect for
condition.
H270250 8. RUDDER OPERATION - Perform OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref.
Chapter 27-20-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the
complete RUDDER CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST
is performed.
H270030 9. RUDDER TRIM OPERATION
a. Perform RUDDER TRIM OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref.
Chapter 27-20-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the
complete RUDDER TRIM SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT/TEST
procedure is performed.
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A. VERTICAL STABILIZER (Continued)
H120023 10. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-03
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
H270031 1. ELEVATOR HINGES AND BOLTS, TORQUE TUBE AND
HORN LEVER, LEVER AND LINK ASSEMBLY, STOP BOLTS
AND HEATER HORN/COUNTER BALANCE - Detail inspect
for condition, seized bearings, freedom of movement and
sufficient engagement of rod ends (Ref. Figure 605, Sheet 1).
H270032 2. ELEVATOR OPERATION
a. Perform elevator NEUTRAL POSITION CHECK, Step a.
and b. (Ref. Chapter 27-30-00). NOTE: This check is not
required if the complete ELEVATOR ADJUSTMENT/TEST
procedure in Chapter 27-30-00 is performed.
b. Perform elevator OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 27-
30-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the complete
ELEVATOR ADJUSTMENT/TEST procedure in Chapter
27-30-00 is performed.
H270034 3. PITCH TRIM ACTUATOR AND ATTACH BRACKET
ASSEMBLY - Detail inspect pitch trim actuator and attach
bracket assembly for condition (Ref. Chapter 27-40-00, Figure
210).
H270002 4. PITCH TRIM POSITION TRANSMITTER AND LINKAGE -
Inspect for condition.
H270035 5. PITCH TRIM OPERATION
a. Perform TAKEOFF WARNING HORN CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 27-40-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the
complete PITCH TRIM SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST
procedure is performed.
b. Perform NORMAL OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter
27-40-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the complete
PITCH TRIM SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST procedure is
performed.
c. Perform EMERGENCY OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref.
Chapter 27-40-00). NOTE: This check is not required if the
complete PITCH TRIM SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST
procedure is performed.
H120024 6. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
LEFT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
NOTE: The JT15D-5/-5R engine inspection requirements must be completed at this interval. Refer to JT15D-5/-5R
Pratt and Whitney Maintenance Manual, Chapter 72-00-00.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LEFT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
H540104 1. PYLON NACELLE SEAL - Inspect for condition.
H540105 2. ENGINE/PYLON FIREWALL
a. Inspect firewall area for condition and presence/
condition of sealant (Ref. Figure 607).
b. Inspect pylon bleed air, fuel, hydraulic and electrical
plumbing and wire harnesses for condition and
deterioration.
H110011 3. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for
security, presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H300105 4. NACELLE ANTI-ICING DUCT
a. Detail inspect nacelle anti-ice temperature switch,
piccolo tube and clamps (where visible) for condition.
a. Perform ENGINE AIR INTAKES - FUNCTIONAL TEST
WITHOUT ENGINE OPERATION (Ref. Chapter 30-20-
00).
b. Perform NACELLE ANTI-ICING DUCT VISUAL
INSPECTION (Ref. Chapter 30-20-00).
05-20-03
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
RIGHT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
NOTE: The JT15D-5/-5R engine inspection requirements must be completed at this interval. Refer to JT15D-5/-5R
Pratt and Whitney Maintenance Manual, Chapter 72-00-00.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. RIGHT-HAND POWER PLANT, PYLON AND NACELLE
H540204 1. PYLON NACELLE SEAL - Inspect seal for condition.
H540205 2. ENGINE/PYLON FIREWALL
a. Inspect firewall area for condition and presence/condition
of sealant (Ref. Figure 607).
b. Inspect pylon bleed air, fuel, hydraulic and electrical
plumbing and wire harnesses for condition and
deterioration.
H110012 3. EXTERIOR PLACARDS AND DECALS - Inspect for security,
presence and legibility (Ref. Chapter 11-22-00).
H300205 4. NACELLE ANTI-ICING DUCT
a. Detail inspect nacelle anti-ice temperature switch, piccolo
tube and clamps (where visible) for condition.
a. Perform ENGINE AIR INTAKES - FUNCTIONAL TEST
WITHOUT ENGINE OPERATION (Ref. Chapter 30-20-
00).
b. Perform NACELLE ANTI-ICING DUCT VISUAL
INSPECTION (Ref. Chapter 30-20-00).
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
ENGINE GROUND RUN AND OPERATIONAL CHECKS
NOTE: Observe all operating limitations in the Model 400A FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual.
SCHEDULED IFA-B INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. ENGINE GROUND RUN AND OPERATIONAL CHECKS
H210022 1. CABIN PRESSURE CONTROL SYSTEM - Perform CABIN
PRESSURE CONTROL SYSTEM CHECK (Ref. Chapter 21-00-
00).
H210020 2. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT - Perform
REFRIGERATION UNIT OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 21-50-00). NOTE: Not required if ENVIRONMENTAL
SYSTEM CHECK (RK-1 AND AFTER) is performed.
H360001 3. BLEED AIR SYSTEM CHECK VALVES - Perform BLEED AIR
SYSTEM CHECK VALVE OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 21-10-00).
H300010 4. WING LEADING EDGE ANTI-ICE SYSTEM - Perform WING
LEADING EDGE ANTI-ICE ADJUSTMENT/TEST (Ref. Chapter
30-10-00).
H240011 5. INVERTER SYSTEM - Perform INVERTER SYSTEM
FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 24-20-00).
05-20-03
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Entrance Door Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 601
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Nose Landing Gear Bearing Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 602
05-20-03
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Main Landing Gear Bearing Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 603
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Main Landing Gear Fittings Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 604
RJ05B
023366AB.AI
B
A
DETAIL B
DETAIL A
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW
POINTS OF
INSPECTION
NOTE:
CHECK FOR INTERFERENCE
BETWEEN ACTUATOR BRACKET
AND WING SPAR.
05-20-03
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Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Horizontal Stabilizer (Hinges and Hinge Bolts) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 605 (Sheet 1 of 2)
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Horizontal Stabilizer (Elevator Linkage) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 605 (Sheet 2 of 2)
05-20-03
Page 632
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Horizontal Stabilizer Front and Rear Spar and Fitting Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 606
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Pylon Firewall Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 607
RK05B
086010AA.AI
B
A
DETAIL A
DETAIL B
05-20-03
Page 634
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Bleed Air Components Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 608
A
DETAIL A
RK05B
060906AB.AI
312FR*
311RL*
NOTE:

*RK-24 AND AFTER ONLY.
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Spoiler Bracket (P/N 45A10152), Rear Spar Area (WCS 2513)
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 609
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600600600
05-20-0
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
PILOT'S COMPARTMENT
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT
H560007 1. WINDSHIELD GLASS AND FRAME (Interior windshield trim
panels removed)
a. Detail inspect windshield frame for cracks or structural
damage, loose or missing fasteners and evidence of water
leakage.
b. Detail inspect (using an optical prism) the periphery of the
windshield screen and mounting holes for cracks or
evidence of damage. (Refer to ASTM F2108-06 - Standard
Practice for Inspection of Transparent Parts by Prism).
c. Inspect windshield seal, P/N 45A97010, for evidence of
migration from under the windshield.
H530010 2. FLOOR PANELS
a. Inspect for corrosion and structural damage.
b. Detail inspect floor support assembly for corrosion and
structural damage (Ref. Figure 601).
H270061 3. CONTROL COLUMN (Below Floor Panels)
a. Perform CONTROL COLUMN FREE PLAY CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 27-30-00).
b. Detail inspect control columns, torque tube assembly and
push rods for condition, interference, freedom of movement,
seized bearings and sufficient engagement of rod ends (Ref.
Chapter 27-30-00, Figure 206).
c. Detail inspect spoiler bellcranks and spoiler push rods for
condition, interference, freedom of movement, seized
bearings and sufficient engagement of rod ends.
H270039 4. FLIGHT CONTROL SECTOR MODULE
a. Detail inspect sector module assembly, control cables and
push rods for condition, routing, freedom of movement,
seized bearings and sufficient engagement of rod ends (Ref.
Chapter 27-20-00, Figure 207).
05-20-04
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT (Continued)
H270039 4. FLIGHT CONTROL SECTOR MODULE (Continued)
b. Detail inspect rudder bungee and spoiler feel spring
assembly for condition.
c. Detail inspect idler pulley and bracket installation (P/N
45A61341) for condition, cable routing, guide pin installation
and freedom of movement.
H270042 5. RUDDER PEDALS (Below Floor Panels) (Ref. Chapter 27-20-
00, Figure 207)
a. Detail inspect rudder pedals, rudder torque tube assembly
and rudder and steering push rods for condition, freedom of
movement. seized bearings and sufficient engagement of
rods ends.
b. Detail inspect rudder bungee and feel spring assembly,
bellcranks and push rods for condition, freedom of
movement, seized bearings and sufficient engagement of
rod ends.
c. Detail inspect brake master cylinders and hoses for
condition and interference.
d. Detail inspect brake mixer valves and plumbing for
condition.
H320032 6. EMERGENCY BRAKE - Detail inspect emergency brake lever
and control cable mechanism, control valve assembly, springs
and plumbing for condition.
H320023 7. EMERGENCY LANDING GEAR
a. Detail inspect emergency landing gear extension T-handle
and cable assembly, forward quadrant assembly, attaching
control cables and cable terminals, and support structure for
condition (Ref. Figure 602).
b. Detail inspect emergency door close T-handle and cable
assembly and plumbing for condition.
H760001 8. THRUST LEVER QUADRANT, FORWARD THRUST
CONTROL CABLE, FORWARD BELLCRANK AND ENGINE
CONTROL ROD ASSEMBLIES - Detail inspect for condition,
routing, freedom of movement, seized bearings and sufficient
engagement of rods ends.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. PILOT'S COMPARTMENT (Continued)
H210036 9. VENTILATION BLOWER SYSTEM
a. Detail inspect ventilation blower and ducting for condition.
b. Perform VENTILATION BLOWER CHECK (Ref. Chapter
21-21-00).
H210029 10. CABIN PRESSURE CONTROL FILTER CARTRIDGE
ASSEMBLY (Below Floor Panels) - Replace filter cartridge.
H210030 11. PRESSURIZATION CONTROL SYSTEM - Inspect plumbing for
condition and routing.
H530013 12. MOISTURE DRAIN HOLES AND VALVES
a. Inspect drain holes for obstruction.
b. Inspect drain valves for condition.
H240004 13. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT (SIDE JUNCTION) PANEL,
POWER RELAY PANEL, RESISTOR RELAY (LOAD SHED)
PANEL, CIRCUIT BREAKER PANELS and ASSOCIATED
WIRING - Detail inspect for condition, deterioration and
evidence of overheating.
H240017 14. ELECTRICAL WIRING AND CONNECTORS (Below Floor
Panels) - Detail inspect for condition, deterioration and evidence
of overheating.
H280027 15. FUEL QUANTITY INDICATORS - Perform DRY CALIBRATION
- WING AND FUSELAGE FUEL QUANTITY (Ref. Chapter 28-
41-00).
H120025 16. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-04
Page 604
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
CABIN SECTION
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. CABIN SECTION
H530029 1. FLOOR PANELS - Detail inspect for corrosion and structural
damage.
H520032 2. MOISTURE DRAIN HOLES AND VALVES
a. Inspect drain holes for obstruction.
b. Inspect drain holes for condition.
H250007 3. SEAT RAILS AND ATTACHMENTS - Detail inspect seat rails
and their attachments for condition and structural damage (Ref.
Figure 603).
H520014 4. EMERGENCY EXIT DOOR (Emergency exit door removed)
a. Detail inspect emergency exit door seal for condition and
deterioration.
b. Detail inspect emergency exit door latching mechanism
and lock for condition.
c. Detail inspect the perimeter of emergency exit door
(including attaching frames, intercostals, gussets, and
skin) for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and any
indication of structural damage (Ref. Figure 604).
d. Detail inspect the perimeter of fuselage emergency exit
opening (including attaching frames, intercostals, gussets,
and skin) for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and any
indication of structural damage (Ref. Figure 605).
e. Detail inspect the fuselage emergency exit frame
reinforcement clips for condition (Ref. Figure 605).
f. Detail inspect the emergency exit door inner skin and skin
splices for condition.
H520015 5. MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR
a. Detail inspect main entrance door latching mechanism and
lock for condition, security and wear (Ref. Figure 606).
b. Inspect door lock switches and wiring for condition.
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. CABIN SECTION (Continued)
H520015 5. MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR (Continued)
c. Inspect travel of entrance door lock switches. Refer to
ENTRANCE DOOR LOCK SWITCHES ADJUSTMENT,
Chapter 52-10-00.
H530011 6. FUSELAGE INNER SKIN AND SPLICE - Detail inspect
fuselage inner skin and skin splice for condition (Ref. Figure
607).
H530012 7. AFT PRESSURE BULKHEAD
a. Detail inspect cabin side of aft pressure bulkhead structure
for cracks, loose or missing fasteners, corrosion and
evidence of structural damage (Ref. Figure 608).
b. Detail inspect aft pressure bulkhead check valves [F.S.
322.4 (8190)] for condition, obstruction and freedom of
movement (Ref. Figure 609).
H240014 8. ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS - AREA INSPECTION (With
Interior Panels Removed)
a. Inspect cabin sidewall and toilet area electrical
components, wiring and connectors for condition,
deterioration and evidence of overheating.
b. Detail inspect L/H and R/H control junction boxes for
condition and indication of damage to the PCB cards,
mounting or surrounding support structure. (Removal of
junction boxes not required)
c. Inspect PCB electrical wiring and connectors for condition,
deterioration and evidence of overheat.
H210023 9. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM
a. Perform WING ANTI-ICE OUTER CONTAINMENT DUCT
PRESSURE SWITCH FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter
30-10-00).
b. Detail inspect wing anti-ice and conditioned air ducting for
condition, specified clearance from insulation materials
and wire harnesses, deterioration and evidence of
overheating. NOTE: Assure specified clearances are
maintained the entire length of the ducting.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-04
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Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. CABIN SECTION (Continued)
H210008 10. VAPOR CYCLE COOLING SYSTEM - EVAPORATORS (RK-
78, RK-87 and After)
a. Inspect forward and aft evaporator module plumbing and
wiring for condition within cabin area and at the aft
pressure bulkhead pass through locations.
b. Detail inspect the forward and aft evaporator Lexan
housing assemblies at the junction of the shroud assembly
and the escutcheon for signs of separation, cracks and
condensate leakage (Ref. Enviro Systems CMM, Chapter
21-00-12 in the Component Maintenance Manual, 128-
590001-81 or subsequent).
c. Inspect the forward and aft evaporator coil fins for damage
and cleanliness.
d. Inspect the forward and aft evaporator blower motor, wheel
and scroll for cleanliness, smooth (vibration free) operation
(Ref. Enviro Systems CMM, Chapter 21-00-12, Section 3.3
in the Component Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or
subsequent).
e. Inspect the forward and aft evaporator module cold air
ducting for condition.
f. Inspect the forward and aft evaporator drain outlets and
tubing for obstruction and ensure drain tubing routing will
allow complete moisture drainage.
g. Verify 25 5F drop across the forward and aft evaporator
coils (Ref. Enviro Systems CMM, Chapter 21-00-12
Section 12.1 in the Component Maintenance Manual, 128-
590001-81 or subsequent).
H280011 11. FUSELAGE AUXILIARY FUEL STORAGE AREAS
a. Detail inspect fuel cell interior for condition, evidence of fuel
cell detachment and foreign material.
b. (RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit 128-9008 and 128-9009
Installed; RK-508 thru RK-529 with Kit 128-9009 Installed;
RK-530 and After) - Detail inspect fuel cell interior for
indication of fungal or microbial contamination (Ref.
Chapter 28-11-00).
c. Detail inspect fuel vent valves and vent float valves for
condition and freedom of movement.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. CABIN SECTION (Continued)
H280011 11. FUSELAGE AUXILIARY FUEL STORAGE AREAS
(Continued)
d. Detail inspect fuel vent plumbing, support brackets, hoses,
clamps, bonding jumpers and clamshell couplings for
condition.
e. Detail inspect fuel probe, mount bracket and wire harness
for condition (located in the right fuel cell only).
f. Detail inspect interconnect tubes, hoses, clamps and
bonding jumpers for condition.
g. Inspect fuel storage area access doors and nutplates for
condition.
H280018 12. FUSELAGE AUXILIARY FUEL TANK ASSEMBLY (P/N 128-
920185-1, -7, -19 and 128-920186-1, -7, -19) - Inspect the
Auxiliary Fuel Tank Assembly (Outer Tank Structure Only) for
corrosion, fatigue, cracks, loose or failed fasteners and general
condition. Use borescope as necessary. (Ref. Figure 610).
H270041 13. ELEVATOR, RUDDER AND SPOILER CONTROL CABLES,
PULLEYS AND BRACKETS - Detail inspect for condition,
routing and broken cable strands.
H320031 14. EMERGENCY LANDING GEAR CABLES - Perform
EMERGENCY LANDING GEAR SYSTEM CABLE TENSION
CHECK (Ref. Chapter 32-30-00).
H290006 15. HYDRAULIC PLUMBING - Detail inspect for condition and
leakage.
H120012 16. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-04
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
FORWARD FUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. FORWARD FUSELAGE
H240007 1. ELECTRICAL AND AVIONICS COMPONENTS - AREA
INSPECTION (Forward of the pressure bulkhead; Avionics
removal not required)
a. Detail inspect electrical and avionics components, wiring
and connectors for condition, deterioration and evidence of
overheating.
b. Detail inspect avionics shelves and mounting for condition.
c. Detail inspect pitot and static system plumbing for
condition, deterioration and routing.
d. Detail inspect plumbing, coax and wiring for condition at the
forward pressure bulkhead feed through locations.
H530014 2. FORWARD PRESSURE BULKHEAD
a. Detail inspect forward pressure bulkhead and center
windshield post attachment for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners, corrosion and evidence of structural damage
(Ref. Figure 611).
b. Detail inspect nose landing gear wheel well stringers
located in the upper corners for cracks (Ref. Figure 612).
H120027 3. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
MIDFUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. MIDFUSELAGE
H280012 1. MID- FUSELAGE FUEL STORAGE AREAS
a. Detail inspect fuel cell interior for condition, evidence of fuel
cell detachment and foreign material.
b. (RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit 128-9008 and 128-9009
Installed; RK-508 thru RK-529 with Kit 128-9009 Installed;
RK-530 and After) - Detail inspect fuel cell interior for
indication of fungal or microbial contamination (Ref. Chapter
28-11-00).
c. Detail inspect transfer pumps, fuel level float switches and
mount brackets for condition and obstruction.
d. Detail inspect engine fuel feed plumbing, transfer fuel
plumbing and check valve and motive flow plumbing for
condition.
e. Detail inspect fuel vent float valve assembly for condition
and freedom of movement.
f. Detail inspect fuel vent plumbing, support brackets, hoses,
clamps, bonding jumpers and clamshell couplings for
condition.
g. Detail inspect inboard and outboard fuel probes, mount
brackets and wire harness conduit for condition (located in
left fuel cell only).
h. Detail inspect interconnect tubes, hoses, clamps and
bonding jumpers for condition.
i. Detail inspect interconnect tube check valves for condition
and freedom of movement.
j. Detail inspect acceleration check valves for condition and
freedom of movement.
k. Inspect fuel storage area access door and nutplates for
condition.
H280025 2. FUEL FILL SYSTEM FLAME ARRESTOR (P/N 128-920212) -
Remove and inspect for cracks and obstruction.
05-20-04
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A. MIDFUSELAGE (Continued)
H270038 3. SPOILER SYSTEM
a. Inspect spoiler mixer assembly, push rods and left and right
sector assembly for condition, freedom of movement, seized
bearings and sufficient engagement of rod ends.
b. Inspect speed brake actuator, hydraulic plumbing and limit
switches condition.
c. Perform the complete SPOILER CONTROL SYSTEM
FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 27-60-00).
d. Perform SPOILER SERVO CABLE TENSION
ADJUSTMENT (Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
e. Perform spoiler SERVO CABLE CLEARANCE CHECK (Ref.
Chapter 22-13-00).
f. Perform the complete SPEED BRAKE SYSTEM
ADJUSTMENT/TEST procedure (Ref. Chapter 27-60-00).
H530016 4. FRAME REINFORCEMENT CLIPS (45A33273), FS 279.4
(7096) - Detail inspect for cracks and any indication of structural
damage (Ref. Figure 613).
H530017 5. EMERGENCY GEAR DOWN BRACKET ASSEMBLY ATTACH
CLIP, FS 279.4 (7096) - Detail inspect for cracks and any
indication of structural damage (Ref. Figure 614).
H530018 6. KEEL STRUCTURE - Inspect keel for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and evidence of structural damage (Ref. Figure 615).
H570009 7. WING ATTACH FITTINGS
a. Inspect for exfoliation, corrosion, wear and installed
condition.
b. Inspect adjacent area for corrosion and any evidence of
structural damage.
H530019 8. FUSELAGE SKIN - Detail inspect for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and indications of structural damage, especially
around entrance door and escape hatch corners.
H530020 9. LOWER FRAME AND SPLICE, FS 307.2 (7803) - Detail inspect
for cracks and any indication of structural damage (Ref. Figure
616).
H120028 10. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
LEFT-HAND WING
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LEFT-HAND WING
H270062 1. FLAP OPERATION (Perform in conjunction with RH wing) -
Perform the complete FLAP CONTROL SYSTEM
FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 27-50-00).
H270143 2. SPOILER FAIRLEADS, WS 54.2 (1377) - Inspect for fraying,
wear and security (Ref. Figure 617).
H270114 3. ROLL TRIM OPERATION - Perform the complete ROLL TRIM
TESTING procedure (Ref. Chapter 27-10-00).
H570111 4. WING FUEL STORAGE AREA INSPECTION
a. Detail inspect integral wing tank ribs, stringers and skins for
cracks, loose or missing fasteners, corrosion, deteriorated
sealant and evidence of structural damage. Ensure
compartments are free of foreign materials.
b. (RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit 128-9008 and 128-9009
Installed; RK-508 thru RK-529 with Kit 128-9009 Installed;
RK-530 and After) - Detail inspect integral wing tank
compartments for indication of fungal or microbial
contamination (Ref. Chapter 28-11-00).
c. Detail inspect wing ribs at BP 35(890), WS 50.6 (1285) and
WCS 65.4 (1660) and drain holes on stringers for cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and any indication of structural
damage. (Ref. Figure 618).
H280126 5. FUEL LEVEL CONTROL SHUT-OFF VALVE (P/N 1323-
518100M2) - Inspect for condition, obstruction and freedom of
movement. Ensure presence of two washers on each mounting
bolt (Ref. Figure 619).
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A. LEFT-HAND WING (Continued)
H280116 6. FUEL VENT SYSTEM
a. Inspect the inboard forward wing float vent valve for
condition, deterioration and freedom of movement.
b. Inspect the inboard aft wing float vent valve for condition,
deterioration and freedom of movement.
c. Inspect the wing surge space vent valve and flapper valve
for condition, deterioration and freedom of movement.
d. Inspect fuel vent plumbing, hoses, clamps and bonding
jumpers for condition and deterioration.
H280106 7. FUEL COLLLECTOR TANK
a. Detail inspect fuel tank structure for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and evidence of structural damage.
b. Inspect collector tank flapper valves (P/N 16C112) for
condition, obstruction and freedom of movement.
c. Detail inspect electric boost pump, primary jet pump, inlet
screens and pump mounting brackets for condition and
obstruction.
d. Inspect low level float switch (P/N 45A48013) for condition,
obstruction and freedom of movement.
e. Detail inspect electric boost pump plumbing, primary jet
pump plumbing, manifold, check valves, clamps and
bonding jumpers for condition.
f. Detail inspect forward and aft transfer jet pumps and pick-
up tubes for condition and obstruction.
g. Inspect fuel storage area access doors and nutplates for
condition.
h. Perform PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE OPERATIONAL
CHECK AND REPAIR (Ref. Chapter 28-11-00).
H280117 8. WING OVERPRESSURE SWITCH - Remove and perform
WING OVERPRESSURE SWITCH TEST (Ref. Chapter 28-41-
00).
H120029 9. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
RIGHT-HAND WING
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. RIGHT-HAND WING
H270062 1. FLAP OPERATION (Perform in conjunction with LH wing) -
Perform the flap system OPERATIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter
27-50-00).
H270243 2. SPOILER FAIRLEADS, WS 54.2 (1377) - Inspect for fraying,
wear and security (Ref. Figure 617).
H270214 3. ROLL TRIM OPERATION - Perform the complete ROLL TRIM
TESTING procedure (Ref. Chapter 27-10-00).
H570211 4. WING FUEL STORAGE AREA - AREA INSPECTION
a. Detail inspect integral wing tank ribs, stringers and skins for
cracks, loose or missing fasteners, corrosion, deteriorated
sealant and evidence of structural damage. Ensure
compartments are free of foreign materials.
b. (RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit 128-9008 and 128-9009
Installed; RK-508 thru RK-529 with Kit 128-9009 Installed;
RK-530 and After) - Detail inspect integral wing tank
compartments for indication of fungal or microbial
contamination (Ref. Chapter 28-11-00).
c. Detail inspect wing ribs at BP 35 (890), WS 50.6 (1285) and
WCS 65.4 (1660) and drain holes on stringers fro cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and any indication of structural
damage. (Ref. Figure 618).
H280226 5. FUEL LEVEL CONTROL SHUT-OFF VALVE (P/N 1323-
518100M2) - Inspect for condition, obstruction and freedom of
movement. Ensure presence of two washers on each mounting
bolt (Ref. Figure 619).
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A. RIGHT-HAND WING (Continued)
H280216 6. FUEL VENT SYSTEM
a. Inspect the inboard forward wing float vent valve for
condition, deterioration and freedom of movement.
b. Inspect the inboard aft wing float vent valve for condition,
deterioration and freedom of movement.
c. Inspect the wing surge space vent valve and flapper valve
for condition, deterioration and freedom of movement.
d. Inspect fuel vent plumbing, hoses, clamps and bonding
jumpers for condition and deterioration.
H280206 7. FUEL COLLECTOR TANK
a. Detail inspect fuel tank structure for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and evidence of structural damage.
b. Inspect collector tank flapper valves (P/N 16C112) for
condition, obstruction and freedom of movement.
c. Detail inspect electric boost pump, primary jet pump, inlet
screens and pump mounting brackets for condition and
obstruction.
d. Inspect low level float switch (P/N 45A48013) for condition,
obstruction and freedom of movement.
e. Detail inspect electric boost pump plumbing, primary jet
pump plumbing, manifold, check valves, clamps and
bonding jumpers for condition.
f. Detail inspect forward and aft transfer jet pumps and pick-
up tubes for condition and obstruction.
g. Inspect fuel storage area access doors and nutplates for
condition.
h. Perform PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE OPERATIONAL
CHECK AND REPAIR (Ref. Chapter 28-11-00).
H280217 8. WING OVERPRESSURE SWITCH - Remove and perform
WING OVERPRESSURE SWITCH TEST (Ref. Chapter 28-41-
00).
H120030 9. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES
H320123 1. LEFT MAIN GEAR ATTACH FITTINGS, SUPPORTING
SPARS, RIB AND UPLOCK FITTING - Inspect rear spar and
fitting for cracks, missing fasteners, corrosion and evidence of
structural damage (Ref. Figure 620).
H520113 2. LEFT MAIN LANDING GEAR DOOR BEAMS AND FITTINGS
- Detail inspect the beams and fittings for cracks, loose or
missing fasteners and evidence of damage.
H320126 3. LEFT MAIN WHEEL WELL - AREA INSPECTION (Panels
Removed)
a. Inspect fuel plumbing and fittings for condition and
evidence of damage.
b. Inspect fuel transfer low pressure switch (S129) and
mounting for condition.
c. Inspect electrical wire harnesses for condition and
deterioration.
d. Inspect MLG inboard door actuator and plumbing for
condition and evidence of leakage.
e. Inspect emergency landing gear extension cables. pulleys
and bellcranks for condition, routing and broken strands.
H320223 4. RIGHT MAIN GEAR ATTACH FITTINGS, SUPPORTING
SPARS, RIB AND UPLOCK FITTING - Inspect rear spar and
fitting for cracks, missing fasteners, corrosion and evidence of
structural damage (Ref. Figure 620).
H520213 5. RIGHT MAIN LANDING GEAR DOOR BEAMS AND FITTINGS
- Detail inspect the beams and fittings for cracks, loose or
missing fasteners and evidence of damage.
H320226 6. RIGHT MAIN WHEEL WELL - AREA INSPECTION (Panels
Removed)
a. Inspect fuel plumbing and fittings for condition and
evidence of damage.
b. Inspect fuel transfer low pressure switch (S129) and
mounting for condition.
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A. LANDING GEAR AND BRAKES (Continued)
H320226 6. RIGHT MAIN WHEEL WELL - AREA INSPECTION (Panels
Removed) (Continued)
c. Inspect electrical wire harnesses for condition and
deterioration.
d. Inspect MLG inboard door actuator and plumbing for
condition and evidence of leakage.
e. Inspect emergency landing gear extension cables. pulleys
and bellcranks for condition, routing and broken strands.
H320024 7. BRAKE SYSTEM
a. Perform PARKING BRAKE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL
CHECK (POWER MODE) (Ref. Chapter 32-40-00).
b. Perform EMERGENCY BRAKE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL
CHECK (Ref. Chapter 32-40-00).
c. Perform POWER BRAKE ANIT-SKID CONTROL VALVE
FILTER CLEANING (Ref. Chapter 32-40-00).
d. Perform BRAKE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TESTING
procedure (Ref. Chapter 32-40-00).
H120031 8. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
AFT FUSELAGE
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. AFT FUSELAGE
H530034 1. FUSELAGE SKIN - Detail inspect for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and indication of structural damage.
H210010 2. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT (ECU) AND DUCTING
a. Remove ECU (also known as Refrigeration Unit) and detail
inspect the primary and secondary heat exchanger for
condition, corrosion and obstruction (Ref. Chapter 21-50-
00).
b. Remove and inspect bleed air check valves (P/N
45AS63023) for condition and freedom of movement.
c. Inspect ECU ram air inlet and discharge ducts for condition
and obstruction.
d. (RK-1 thru RK-109, except RK-98) - Detail inspect duct
temperature sensors, high limit temperature sensors,
pressure regulator and associated plumbing for condition,
cracks or eroded housings and evidence of air leakage
(Ref. Figure 621 and Figure 622).
e. (RK-98, RK-110 and After) - Detail inspect duct
temperature sensors, high limit temperature sensors and
their associated wiring and plumbing for condition and
evidence of air leakage.
f. Inspect conditioned air ducting, plenums and insulation
material for condition and evidence of air leakage.
g. Inspect aft fuselage insulation blanket for torn or punctured
material and evidence of hot air leakage (sooting and/or
discoloration). Investigate potential leaks.
h. Inspect the four thermal switches (S187) (S188) (S189)
(S190) and wire harnesses for condition, obstruction and
deterioration.
i. Perform BLEED AIR HIGH TEMPERATURE SWITCH
(350 F) OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref. Chapter 21-50-00).
j. Perform BLEED AIR OVERTEMPERATURE SWITCH
(400 F) OPERATIONAL CHECK (Ref. Chapter 21-50-00).
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A. AFT FUSELAGE (Continued)
H210010 2. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT (ECU) AND DUCTING
(Continued)
k. BLEED AIR OVERPRESSURE SWITCH - Perform BLEED
AIR OVERPRESSURE SWITCH OPERATIONAL CHECK
(Ref. Chapter 21-50-00).
H280019 3. AFT FUSELAGE FUEL STORAGE AREA
a. Remove and inspect aft fuselage safety foam for condition
and deterioration (Ref. Chapter 28-11-00).
b. Detail inspect fuel cell interior for condition, evidence of fuel
cell detachment and foreign material.
c. (RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit 128-9008 and 128-9009
Installed; RK-508 thru RK-529 with Kit 128-9009 Installed;
RK-530 and After) - Detail inspect fuel cell interior for
indication of fungal or microbial contamination (Ref.
Chapter 28-11-00).
d. Detail inspect fuel vent valve for condition and freedom of
movement.
e. Detail inspect fuel vent interconnect tube, clamps, and
bonding jumpers for condition.
f. Detail inspect flapper check valve, interconnect tube,
hoses, clamps and bonding jumpers for condition.
g. Inspect fuel storage area access door and nutplates for
condition.
H280020 4. FILLER TANK FUEL STORAGE AREA
a. Remove and inspect filler tank safety foam for condition
and deterioration (Ref. Chapter 28-11-00).
b. Detail inspect fuel cell interior for condition, evidence of fuel
cell detachment and foreign material.
c. (RK-106 thru RK-507 with Kit 128-9008 and 128-9009
Installed; RK-508 thru RK-529 with Kit 128-9009 Installed;
RK-530 and After) - Detail inspect fuel cell interior for
indication of fungal or microbial contamination (Ref.
Chapter 28-11-00).
d. Detail inspect fuel vent valve for condition and freedom of
movement.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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A. AFT FUSELAGE (Continued)
H280020 4. FILLER TANK FUEL STORAGE AREA (Continued)
e. Detail inspect fuel vent interconnect tube, clamps, and
bonding jumpers for condition.
f. Detail inspect acceleration check valve, interconnect tube,
hoses, clamps and bonding jumpers for condition.
g. Inspect fuel storage area access door and nutplates for
condition.
H280008 5. FLAME ARRESTER (P/N 128-920211) - Remove and inspect
for cracks and obstructions.
H280009 6. ANTI-VAPOR SYSTEM - Detail inspect anti-vapor system flex
ducts for condition and absence of trapped fluid.
H280010 7. VENT SURGE TANK - Inspect vent surge tank and plumbing
for condition.
H530022 8. FORWARD ENGINE CARRY-THROUGH BEAM - Using a
borescope, detail inspect the yoke/carry-through beam joints
for cracks, loose or missing fasteners (Ref. Figure 623).
H260004 9. FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM - Perform FIRE DETECTION
SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST (RK-1 AND AFTER) (Ref.
Chapter 26-10-00).
H260005 10. FIRE EXTINGUISHER SYSTEM
a. Perform FIRE EXTINGUISHER ACTUATOR CARTRIDGE/
SQUIB INSPECTION (Ref. Chapter 26-20-00).
b. Perform NACELLE FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM
FUNCTIONAL TEST (RK-1 AND AFTER) (Ref. Chapter
26-20-00).
H210012 11. VAPOR CYCLE COOLING SYSTEM - COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER MODULE (RK-78, RK-87 and After)
a. Inspect compressor drive belt cover for condition.
b. Remove and inspect compressor drive belt for condition,
deterioration and evidence of improper tracking.
c. Inspect compressor pulley, shaft and shaft seal for
condition.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-04
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A. AFT FUSELAGE (Continued)
H210012 11. VAPOR CYCLE COOLING SYSTEM - COMPRESSOR
CONDENSER MODULE (RK-78, RK-87 and After) (Continued)
d. Perform COMPRESSOR BEARING INSPECTION (Ref.
Enviro System CMM, Chapter 21-00-12, Section 12.4 in the
Component Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or
subsequent).
e. Inspect drive motor brushes for condition and calculate
remaining brush life (Ref. Enviro System CMM, Chapter 21-
00-12, Section 3.4 in the Component Maintenance Manual,
128-590001-81 or subsequent). Replace brushes if
necessary.
f. Inspect drive motor brush holders and commutator for
condition, arching, heat distortion and contamination.
g. Perform MOTOR INSULATION RESISTANCE CHECK
(Ref. Enviro System CMM, Chapter 21-00-12, Section 12.2
in the Component Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or
subsequent).
h. Perform MOTOR BEARING INSPECTION (Ref. Enviro
System CMM, Chapter 21-00-12, Section 12.3 in the
Component Maintenance Manual, 128-590001-81 or
subsequent).
i. Inspect condenser fan, condenser coil and coil fins for
condition, accumulation of dirt and damaged fan blades or
coil fins.
j. Inspect condenser fan shroud and the condenser outlet
shroud for cracking and/or separation between the shroud
and the condenser coil.
k. Inspect receiver/dryer assembly, mounting and plumbing
for condition.
l. Install and tension compressor drive belt (Ref. Chapter 21-
51-00).
m. Verify refrigerant charge level and operating pressures.
H270025 12. CONTROL CABLES
a. Perform RUDDER SERVO CABLE TENSION
ADJUSTMENT (Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
A. AFT FUSELAGE (Continued)
H270025 12. CONTROL CABLES (Continued)
b. Perform rudder SERVO CABLE CLEARANCE CHECK
(Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
c. Perform ELEVATOR SERVO CABLE TENSION
ADJUSTMENT (Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
d. Perform elevator SERVO CABLE CLEARANCE CHECK
(Ref. Chapter 22-13-00).
H120032 13. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
05-20-04
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
VERTICAL STABILIZER
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. VERTICAL STABILIZER
H550014 1. VERTICAL STABILIZER - Detail inspect vertical stabilizer skin
for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and any indication of
structural damage.
H530023 2. FAIRING OF VERTICAL STABILIZER-TO-FUSELAGE -
Inspect for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and any
indication of structural damage.
H530024 3. VERTICAL STABILIZER FRONT SPAR ATTACHMENT AND
FRAME - Using a 10x magnifying glass, detail inspect for
cracks (especially at attaching points, doubler and stringer
cutout through frame), loose or missing fasteners and any
indication of structural damage. Pay particular attention to
cracks emitting from fastener holes (Ref. Figure 624).
H530025 4. VERTICAL STABILIZER REAR SPAR ATTACHMENT AND
FRAME - Using a 10x magnifying glass, detail inspect for
cracks (especially at attaching points and doubler), loose or
missing fasteners and any indication of structural damage. Pay
particular attention to cracks emitting from fastener holes (Ref.
Figure 624).
H270009 5. RUDDER OPERATION - Perform the complete RUDDER
CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TESTS procedure (Ref.
Chapter 27-20-00).
H270010 6. RUDDER TRIM OPERATION - Perform the complete
RUDDER TRIM SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT/TEST procedure
(Ref. Chapter 27-20-00).
H120033 7. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
H550009 1. FRONT AND REAR SPAR AND FITTINGS - Remove (4)
inspection hole covers. Using a borescope inspect for cracks
and loose or failed fasteners at the forward and aft spar
locations (Ref. Figures 625 and Figure 626).
H550013 2. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER STRINGERS AND SKINS -
Horizontal Stabilizer Station (HSS) 0.00 to HSS 11.81 (300) -
Detail inspect for cracks, loose or missing fasteners in the
stringers and skins.
H550008 3. AFT PIVOT FITTING ASSEMBLY - Detail inspect for condition.
H550010 4. ELEVATOR OPERATION - Perform complete ELEVATOR
ADJUSTMENT/TEST procedure (Ref. Chapter 27-30-00).
H270003 5. PITCH TRIM OPERATION - Perform the complete PITCH
TRIM SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST (Ref. Chapter 27-40-00).
H120034 6. Lubricate items as specified in Chapter 12.
05-20-04
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
ENGINE GROUND RUN AND OPERATIONAL CHECKS
NOTE: Observe all operating limitations in the Model 400A FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual.
SCHEDULED IFA-C INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE DATE MECH INSP
A. ENGINE GROUND RUN AND OPERATIONAL CHECKS
H210021 1. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM - Perform ENVIRONMENTAL
SYSTEM CHECK (RK-1 AND AFTER) (Ref. Chapter 21-00-00).
H240018 2. DC GENERATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM - Perform DC
GENERATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TEST
(Ref. Chapter 24-30-00).
H280026 3. FUEL SYSTEM - Perform FUEL PUMP OPERATIONAL TEST
WITH ENGINE OPERATION (Ref. Chapter 28-20-00).
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Pilots Compartment Floor Assembly Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 601
RK05B
086011AB.AI
A
DETAIL A
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW POINTS
OF INSPECTION
05-20-04
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Emergency Extension System - Door/Cable Ends and Quadrant Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 602
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Seat Rail Attachment Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 603
RK05B
086097AA.AI
DETAIL A
A
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW POINTS
OF INSPECTION FOR
TYPICAL SEAT RAIL
ATTACHMENTS.
05-20-04
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Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Emergency Exit Door Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 604
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Emergency Exit Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 605
RJ05B
084274AB.AI
B
B
B
B
A
DETAIL B
DETAIL C
DETAIL A
C
C
TYPICAL CLIP SHOWN
(RK-24 AND AFTER)
(RK-1 AND AFTER)
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW
POINTS OF
INSPECTION
05-20-04
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Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Main Entrance Door Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 606
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Fuselage Inner Skin and Cover Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 607
05-20-04
Page 632
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Aft Pressure Bulkhead Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 608
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A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-04
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Aft Pressure Bulkhead Check Valves FS 322.4 (8190) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 609
05-20-04
Page 634
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Fuselage Fuel Tank Locator
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 610
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A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-04
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Forward Pressure Bulkhead Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 611
RK05B
070768AA.AI
B
A
DETAIL B
DETAIL A
CENTER WINDSHIELD
POST ATTACHMENT
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW
POINTS OF
INSPECTION
05-20-04
Page 636
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Nose Landing Gear Wheel Well Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 612
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A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-04
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Frame Reinforcement Clips FS 279.4 (7096) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 613
05-20-04
Page 638
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Emergency Gear Down Bracket Assembly Attach Clip Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 614
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A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-04
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Keel Assembly Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 615
A
B
RK05B
082445AA.AI
DETAIL B
DETAIL A
05-20-04
Page 640
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Lower Frame and Splice FS 307.2 (7803) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 616
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Spoiler Fairleads Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 617
05-20-04
Page 642
Jan 01/12 A2
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Wing Ribs and Stringers Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 618
RK05B
022602AC.AI
B
A
DETAIL B
DETAIL A
RK-1 THRU RK-46
ONLY
RIB REMOVED
FOR CLARITY
1/4" (6.35)
BP 35
(890)
WS 50.6
(1285)
WCS 65.4
(1660)
THE '(s) IN DETAIL A SHOW THE APPROXIMATE
LOCATIONS OF THE STRINGER DRAIN HOLES
THAT ARE NEAR THE SPECIFIED WING
STATIONS.
NOTE:
TYPICAL STRINGER
DRAIN HOLE
8-PLACES (RK-1 THRU RK-46)
6-PLACES (RK-47 AND AFTER)
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A2 Jan 01/12 05-20-04
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Fuel Level Control Shut-Off Float Valve (P/N 1323-518100M2) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 619
RK05B
070769AA.AI
A
DETAIL A
05-20-04
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Main Landing Gear Fittings Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 620
RJ05B
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B
A
DETAIL B
DETAIL A
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW
POINTS OF
INSPECTION
NOTE:
CHECK FOR INTERFERENCE
BETWEEN ACTUATOR BRACKET
AND WING SPAR.
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Temperature Sensors Locator Inspection
(RK-1 thru RK-109, except RK-98)
Figure 621
RK05B
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A
DETAIL A
DETAIL B
B
HIGH-LIMIT
TEMPERATURE
SENSORS
DUCT
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
DUCT
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
05-20-04
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Pressure Regulator Locator Inspection
(RK-1 thru RK-109, except RK-98)
Figure 622
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Forward Engine Carry-Through Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 623
05-20-04
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Vertical Stabilizer Spars Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 624
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Horizontal Stabilizer Front and Rear Spar and Fitting (Lugs) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 625
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EDDY CURRENT CROSSHATCH AREA
DETAIL A
"C" INSPECTION
VIEW WITH BORESCOPE
VISUALLY
INSPECT BOLT
"D" INSPECTION
EDDY CURRENT
"D" INSPECTION EDDY CURRENT
A
05-20-04
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Horizontal Stabilizer Front and Rear Spar and Fitting Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 626
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SCHEDULED IFA-D INSPECTIONS
SCHEDULED IFA-D INSPECTIONS
TASK
CODE
(REF) DATE MECH INSP
A. SCHEDULED D INSPECTIONS
H530026 1. LOWER FITTING OF WINDSHIELD CENTER POST - Perform
detailed inspection for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and
any indication of structural damage (Ref. Figure 601).
H560006 2. CABIN WINDOW FRAME - Perform detailed inspection for
cracks, loose or missing fasteners and evidence of damage.
H530027 3. FRAME AND INTERCOSTALS BEHIND INNER SKIN - Perform
detailed inspection for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and
any indication of structural damage (Ref. Model 400/400A
Structural Repair Manual, Chapter 53-10-47B).
H530028 4. CABIN FRAMES AND STRINGERS - Perform detailed
inspection for leaks, loose or missing fasteners and any
indication of structural damage.
H530030 5. ELEVATOR CONTROL-COLUMN-SUPPORT BOX (LH & RH) -
Detail inspect for cracks in the stringers (P/N 45A61176) located
under the support bracket. Inspect all four corners.
H320035 6. MAIN LANDING GEAR DOOR ACTUATOR FITTING - Perform
a detailed inspection of the fitting for cracks using a 10x
magnifying glass (Ref. Figure 602).
H540007 7. FORWARD AND AFT ENGINE CARRY-THROUGH - Remove
the firewall blanket, and perform detailed inspection for cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and evidence of structural damage
through existing access holes. If engine is not removed,
borescope inspection is required (Ref. Figure 603).
H540008 8. FRAME AND PYLON RIB - Perform detailed inspection for
cracks, loose or missing fasteners and indications of structural
damage (Ref. Figure 604).
H570012 9. MAIN FLAP CENTER RAIL ASSEMBLY AND CENTER FLAP
ROLLERS - Perform detailed inspection for loose or missing
fasteners, bolts of center flap roller for condition and any
indication of structural damage (Ref. Figure 605).
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A. SCHEDULED D INSPECTIONS (Continued)
H570013 10. WING FRONT AND REAR SPAR FITTINGS - Perform detailed
inspection of attachment fittings using Eddy current procedures.
Refer to WING FORWARD AND AFT SPAR FITTING
INSPECTION procedures, Chapter 57-40-00. (The wing does
not have to be removed.)
H570014 11. FORWARD AND AFT CARRY-THROUGH (LUGS) (P/N
45A33511 and 45A33512) - Perform detailed inspection of lugs
using Eddy current procedures. Refer to FORWARD AND AFT
CARRY-THROUGH (LUGS) INSPECTION procedures, Chapter
57-40-00. (The wing does not have to be removed.)
H270044 12. RUDDER TORQUE TUBE ATTACHMENT AND TRIM TAB
ACTUATOR ATTACHMENT
a. Perform a detailed inspection of the rudder torque tube
attachment and rudder trim tab actuator attachments for
cracks using a 10X magnifying glass. Focus on welds.
b. Detail inspect attaching bolts and surrounding structure for
condition (Ref. Figure 606).
H550011 13. VERTICAL STABILIZER RIBS AND STRINGERS - Perform
detailed inspection for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and
any indications of structural damage.
H270045 14. ELEVATOR TORQUE TUBE
a. Perform detailed inspection of the elevator torque tube
attachment for cracks with a 10X magnifying glass. Focus on
welds.
b. Detail inspect attaching bolts and surrounding structure for
condition (Ref. Figure 607).
H550012 15. HORIZONTAL STABILIZER FRONT AND REAR SPAR
FITTINGS
a. Perform a detailed inspection of the rear spar fitting lugs
using Eddy current. Refer to the HORIZONTAL
STABILIZER REAR SPAR FITTINGS (LUGS)
INSPECTION procedure in Chapter 55-50-00.
b. Inspect Horizontal Stabilizer pivot bolts and bushings for
wear, corrosion, chemical intrusion and damage.
c. Visually inspect the surrounding area for loose or missing
fasteners and any indication of structural damage.
SCHEDULED IFA-D INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE
(REF) DATE MECH INSP
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A. SCHEDULED D INSPECTIONS (Continued)
H280022 16. MIDFUSELAGE FUEL TANK (P/N 45A30901) - Perform
detailed inspection for corrosion, fatigue cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and general condition. Inspect fore and aft liners for
cracks (Ref. Figure 608). NOTE: Initially, it is not necessary to
completely remove the fuel bladder for this inspection, but
access to the inside of the tank structure must be made (Note -
corrosion will typically be at the bottom of the tank between the
fuel bladder and the tank structure where moisture may have
accumulated). The outer tank structure should be inspected
thoroughly (borescope where required) to check for possible
corrosion, fatigue cracks, loose or missing fasteners. In the
event that corrosion is found during the initial phase of this
inspection, a more thorough inspection, with the fuel bladder
removed, is required.
H280023 17. AFT FUEL CELL COMPARTMENT (P/N 45A34891) - Perform
detailed inspection for corrosion, fatigue cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and general condition (Ref. Figure 608). NOTE:
Initially, it is not necessary to completely remove the fuel bladder
for this inspection, but access to the inside of the tank structure
must be made (Note - corrosion will typically be at the bottom of
the tank between the fuel bladder and the tank structure where
moisture may have accumulated). The outer tank structure
should be inspected thoroughly (borescope where required) to
check for possible corrosion, fatigue cracks, loose or missing
fasteners. In the event that corrosion is found during the initial
phase of this inspection, a more thorough inspection, with the
fuel bladder removed, is required.
H280024 18. AFT FUEL CELL COMPARTMENT BULKHEAD (P/N
45A34704) - Perform detailed inspection for corrosion, fatigue
cracks, loose or missing fasteners and general condition (Ref.
Figure 608). NOTE: Initially, it is not necessary to completely
remove the fuel bladder for this inspection, but access to the
inside of the tank structure must be made (Note - corrosion will
typically be at the bottom of the tank between the fuel bladder
and the tank structure where moisture may have accumulated).
The outer tank structure should be inspected thoroughly
(borescope where required) to check for possible corrosion,
fatigue cracks, loose or missing fasteners. In the event that
corrosion is found during the initial phase of this inspection, a
more thorough inspection, with the fuel bladder removed, is
required.
SCHEDULED IFA-D INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE
(REF) DATE MECH INSP
05-20-05
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A. SCHEDULED D INSPECTIONS (Continued)
H280018 19. FUEL TANK, FUSELAGE FILLER (128-920022) (Outer Tank
Inspection Only) - Detail inspect for corrosion, fatigue cracks,
loose or failed fasteners and general condition (Ref. Figure 608).

H520017 20. ENTRANCE DOOR - (Window installation, door frames, fittings,
bolts, door mechanism and handle cases) - Perform detailed
inspection for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and any
indication of structural damage (Ref. Figure 609).
H520018 21. ENTRANCE DOOR LAND AND SUPPORTING FRAMES,
LATCH PIN RECEPTACLES AND DOOR LAND GUIDES -
Perform detailed inspection for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and any indication of structural damage. Inspect latch
pin receptacles for cracks and structural damage (Ref. Figure
609).
H530031 22. AFT FUSELAGE BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT - Perform
detailed inspection of compartment structure for cracks,
corrosion and structural damage.
H210034 23. COMPRESSOR/CONDENSER MODULE (compressor/
condenser module removed) (RK-78, RK-87 and After)
a. Perform detailed inspection of attach points to mounting
plate for cracks, loose or missing fasteners and any other
indication of structural damage.
b. Perform detailed inspection of support structure for cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and any other indication of
structural damage.
c. Perform detailed inspection of the support structure
attachment to the airframe for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and any other indication of structural damage.
d. Perform detailed inspection of the air exhaust, skin doublers
and adjacent skin (both inside and outside the airplane)
between FS 437.6 (11115) and FS 457.3 (11615) for cracks,
loose or missing fasteners and any other indication of
structural damage.
H320036 24. NOSE LANDING GEAR SUPPORT FITTING (P/N 45A31311) -
Perform a detailed inspection for cracks, loose or missing
fasteners and evidence of structural damage (Ref. Figure 610).
SCHEDULED IFA-D INSPECTIONS (Continued)
TASK
CODE
(REF) DATE MECH INSP
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Forward Pressure Bulkhead Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 601
RK05B
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B
A
DETAIL B
DETAIL A
CENTER WINDSHIELD
POST ATTACHMENT
NOTE:
ARROWS SHOW
POINTS OF
INSPECTION
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Main Landing Gear Door Actuator Fitting Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 602
Page 607
Jan 30/09 05-20-05
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Forward Engine Carry-Through Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 603
05-20-05
Page 608
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Frame and Pylon Rib Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 604
Page 609
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Main Flap Center Rail Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 605
05-20-05
Page 610
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Rudder Torque Tube Attachment and Trim Tab Actuator Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 606
Page 611
Jan 30/09 05-20-05
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Elevator Torque Tube Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 607
05-20-05
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Fuselage Fuel Tank Locator
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 608
Page 613
Jan 30/09 05-20-05
MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Entrance Door Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 609
05-20-05
Page 614
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MODEL 400/400A MAINTENANCE MANUAL SUPPLEMENT
Nose Landing Gear Support Fitting (45A31311) Inspection
(RK-1 and After)
Figure 610