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* TM 1-1520-237- PMI

TECHNICAL MANUAL
PHASE MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS
PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST
FOR ARMY MODELS
UH-60A, UH-60L, EH-60A, UH-60Q AND HH-60L HELICOPTERS
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* This manual supersedes TM 1-1520-237-PMS-2, dated 1 May 2003, including all changes.

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UH-60-05-SOF-02
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UNCLASSIFIED MSG DTG 221920Z MAR 05


FROM CDRAMCOM, REDSTONE ARSENAL, AL //AMSAM-SF-A//
SUBJECT - SAFETY OF FLIGHT (SOF), TECHNICAL, RCSCSGLD-1860(R1),
ALL UH-60A/L, EH-60A/L, UH-60Q, HH-60L, AND MH-60L SERIES AIRCRAFT,
ENHANCED SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE (ESM) PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION,
UH-60-05-SOF-02
...................NOTE...................
This message is effective until rescinded or superseded.
...................NOTE...................
This message is issued IAW AR 95-1 and has not been transmitted to units subordinate to
addressees. Addressees will immediately retransmit this message to all subordinate units,
activities or elements affected or concerned. MACOMs will immediately verify this
transmission to the AMCOM SOF Compliance Officer (AMSAM-SF-A,
safeadm@redstone.army.mil).
...................NOTE...................
MACOM commanders may authorize temporary exception from message requirements IAW AR
95-1, Ch 6. Exception may only occur when combat operations or matter of life or death in civil
disasters or other emergencies are so urgent that they override the consequences of continued
aircraft operation.
...................NOTE...................
Commanders who are unable to comply with the requirements of this message within the time
frame specified will change the affected aircraft status symbol to a Red //X//.
1. SUMMARY 1.1. Background - A UH-60 Black Hawk Scheduled Maintenance Process Review
recommended initiation of a program to study the feasibility of extending the
Preventive Maintenance Services (PMS-1/PMS-2) for the purpose of increasing the
operational readiness of the fleet. The plan authorized a small number of field units
to conduct Operational Evaluations (OPEVAL) of the increased maintenance interval
proposal. Units selected to participate in this OPEVAL program, under high
OPTEMPO have reported a significant decrease in maintenance downtime with no
airworthiness issues attributed to the increased inspection intervals. The Department
of the Army has decided to implement the ESM Program Fleet-wide. Current
scheduled maintenance program consists of a PMS-1 conducted every 10 Hour/14 Day
(30 Hour/42 Days), a PMS-2, conducted every 500 flight hours, and a variety of
special inspections. The ESM program rearranges these inspections to incorporate a
Preventive Maintenance Daily (PMD), performed either after completion of the last
flight of the day, or prior to first flight of each mission day; a 40 Hour Preventive
Maintenance Services (PMS); and a 350/700 Hour split phase (PMI-1 and PMI-2)
inspection. Current special inspections performed at 100 flight hours are performed
at 120 hours under ESM Program. An extensive evaluation has been conducted on
the airworthiness impact of changing existing inspections to intervals within the ESM
format. Those inspections that could not be extended have either been retained at
current interval as a special inspection or have been incorporated into a more

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accommodating interval. As a result, there is no airworthiness impact in


implementing the ESM Program which will result in significant savings in
maintenance man-hours and increase flexibility for the UH-60 maintenance
community.
1.2. Message Purpose 1.2.1. Revise/Change recurring inspection intervals, established in previous safety
messages and Technical Bulletins (TB).
1.2.2. Announce issuance of TB 1-1520-237-20-266 which changes the current PMS-1
inspection from a 10 Hour/14 Day to a daily (PMD) and 40 Hour inspection (PMS)
and revises the current Preventative Maintenance Services schedule from 500 flight
hours to 350/700 flight hours.
1.2.3. Revise recurring Special Inspection intervals.
1.2.4. Announce forthcoming changes to TBO/Retirement Life Limits of TM 1-1520-237-23
and adjust oil sampling requirements to accommodate scheduled ESM requirements of
TB 1-1520-237-266.
2. END ITEMS AFFECTED - All UH-60A/L, EH-60A/L, UH-60Q, HH-60L and MH-60L
series aircraft.
3. ASSEMBLIES/COMPONENTS/PARTS AFFECTED - N/A.
4. INITIAL TAMMS (THE ARMY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM)
COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS 4.1. Upon receipt of this message, make the following entry on the DA Form 2408-13-1. Enter
a Red Horizontal Dash //-// status symbol with the following statement: "Comply with
requirements of UH-60-05-SOF-02 NLT 30 June 2005."
...................NOTE.....................
The TAMMS compliance reporting form is available at
"http://www.redstone.army.mil/sof/tamms.xls" (use lower case letters only) or may be obtained
from the units servicing LAR. Alternate forms may be approved by the AMCOM SOF
Compliance Officer.
...................NOTE.....................
The TAMMS Compliance Report only confirms the unit has made the initial logbook entry for
assigned aircraft. TAMMS Compliance Reports will include aircraft serial numbers (in
numerical order), date of entry on DA Form 2408-13-1, unit address, local POC name and phone
number.
4.2. TAMMS Compliance Report - Submit TAMMS Compliance Report via priority email to
"mailto:safeadm@redstone.army.mil" NLT 29 Mar 05 IAW AR 95-1. If email is not
available, the report may be faxed to: SOF Compliance Officer at DSN 897-2111 or (256)
313-2111.
5. TASK/INSPECTION COMPLIANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ...................NOTE...................
The Task/Inspection Reporting Form is available at
"http://www.redstone.army.mil/sof/u60s0502.xls".
(use lower case letters only) or may be obtained from the units servicing LAR.

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5.1. Aircraft - Submit Task/Inspection Compliance Report for this message to


"mailto:uh60taskrpts@uh.redstone.army.mil" NLT 7 Jul 05.
5.2. Retail Stock (Installation level and below) - N/A.
5.3. Wholesale Stock (Including Depot stock, Depot Maintenance and Single Stock Fund) N/A.
6. SPECIAL PROVISIONS TO MESSAGE REQUIREMENTS (AIRCRAFT) 6.1. Aircraft in AVIM or Depot level maintenance (to include RESET) - Commanders, facility
managers and contractors will continue to issue aircraft IAW current maintenance
procedures. Aircraft issued 30 June 2005 or later must be in compliance with the ESM
Program IAW para 7 of this SOF.
6.2. Aircraft currently maintained under the provisions of Airworthiness Release (AWR) 1220
are exempt from the provisions of this message.
6.3. Aircraft in Surface/Air shipment - Unit commanders in receipt of deployment/redeployment
orders and unable to comply prior to the date specified in para 4.1. may defer initial
requirements as follows - Comply with all message requirements within 90 days of arrival.
7. TECHNICAL PROCEDURES/INSTRUCTIONS ...................NOTE.....................
Maintenance schedules imposed by previous Safety Messages referencing 10 Hour/14 Day and
Before First Flight of the Day visual inspections, have been incorporated, and will be completed
during the Daily Inspection (PMD). This message is the authority to change current DA Form
2408-13-1 entry referencing compliance at 10 Hour/14 Day frequency to a Daily visual
inspection
...................NOTE...................
ULLS-A users may use this message as authority to use the updated H-60 series Inspection Code
Files. To obtain an updated Inspection Legitimate Code File contact one of the POCs in
paragraph 13.5.
7.1. Upon receipt of this message Unit Commanders will ensure all flight crews and
maintenance personnel are briefed concerning the following inspection items. Implementation of
ESM induction will be completed NLT 30 June 2005.
...................CAUTION...................
Existing Airworthiness Releases (AWRs) containing specific inspection schedules outside of
those listed within this message and TB 1-1520-237-20-266, are not affected or superseded by
this message. Under no circumstances shall AWR mandated inspections be performed at
intervals greater than those specified in the AWR. If any conflict exists contact the Technical
POC listed in each applicable AWR for assistance.
...................NOTE...................
All existing inspections requiring less than 40 flight hour frequencies will be aligned with the
PMD or appear under the special inspection sections of the TM 1-1520-237-23, and managed on
aircraft DA Form 2408-18.
...................NOTE...................

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The ESM program will only be implemented in its entirety at company/detachment level or
above when sufficient publications are available. Each individual aircraft shall require a PMD
and PMS checklist retained in the aircraft.
....................NOTE...................
Contact the Technical POC in TB 1-1520-237-20-266 concerning questions with
induction/scheduling of aircraft into the ESM Program.
7.2. The PMD will be implemented as follows:
7.2.1. When in receipt of TM 1-1520-237-PMD, the PMD required entry will be entered on
aircraft DA Form 2408-13 IAW DA PAM 738-751. The entry may be cleared when the
Preventive Maintenance Daily Inspection (PMD) is performed in accordance with TM 11520-237-PMD, TM 1-1500-328-23, and DA PAM 738-751. The PMD may be
accomplished after completion of the last flight of the mission day or prior to the first
flight of the mission day. All Before First Flight inspections are contained within the
PMD and do not require additional entries. The PMD inspection requirement is satisfied
for 7 days if the aircraft is not flown.
7.2.2. A 10 Hour special inspection of the blade pin shall be scheduled and monitored as a DA
Form 2408-18 entry as outlined in TB 1-1520-237-20-266.
7.3. The 40/Hour Preventive Maintenance Service (PMS) will be implemented as follows:
7.3.1. Add the entry to DA Form 2408-18 for PMS at a 40 hour interval since the last
documented 30 Hour/42 Day inspection was performed. Delete the entries for 10
Hour/14 Day and 30 Hour/42 Day requirement.
7.3.2. Realign the 30 Hour Special Inspection requirements as outlined in TB 1-1520-237-20266 with the (PMS) 40 Hour Service.
7.4. Revise recurring Special Inspections on the DA Form 2408-18 as follows:
7.4.1. The 100 Hour Inspections will be performed at 120 flight hours.
7.4.2. The 250 Hour Inspections will be incorporated into 350/700 Hour PMI inspections.
7.4.3. The 1000 Hour/36 month special requirements will be changed in current manuals to
reflect 1000 hour/48 month inspection interval.
7.4.4. Current 90 Day Corrosion Inspection is changed to ESM 90 Day Corrosion Inspection.
7.4.5. The 100, 250 and 500 hour Engine inspection intervals have been changed to
accommodate the ESM Format. Changes to TM 1-2840-248-23 are forthcoming and
revised schedules are included in TB 1-1520-237-20-266.
7.5. The 350/700 hour Phase Inspection (PMI) will be implemented as follows:
7.5.1. Conduct a records review to determine when the last Periodic Inspection was completed.
7.5.1.1. Aircraft with more than 150 hours remaining until the next Periodic Inspection will be
scheduled for either a PMI-1 or a PMI-2 at 350 hours since the last (PMS-2) inspection.
The opposite PMI will then be due 350 hours later for aircraft inducted into this
schedule.
7.5.1.2. Aircraft with less than 150 hours until the next PMS-2 inspection, will perform either a
PMI-1 or a PMI-2 at 500 hours (or earlier at Unit discretion) since last PMS-2 was
performed. The opposite PMI inspection will then be due 200 plus hours later for
aircraft inducted into this schedule. The reason for the 200 plus hour limit is to prevent
any aircraft from exceeding 700 hours since the last PMS-2, when the opposite PMI
areas were inspected.

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...................NOTE.....................
Units are authorized to use the current maintenance program IAW TM 1-1520-237 series with
changes 1 and 2 during the implementation period (up to 30 Jun 05) until conversion to the ESM
program has been fully incorporated.
7.5.2. All aircraft currently inducted into a PMS-2 maintenance inspection will complete that
inspection. Refer to TB 1-1520-237-20-266 for specific examples of induction into the
Enhanced Scheduled Maintenance (ESM) Program.
...................NOTE....................
The TB/TMs associated with this SOF are scheduled to be printed and distributed in April 2005.
Official copies of the TB/TMs are available for download as below. These copies may be used
for advance viewing and implementation at the discretion of the unit commander.
7.6. TB 1-1520-237-20-266, TM 1-1520-237-PMD/PMI/PMS checklists are available at website
shown below. Enter the website addresses using lower case letters only. Access to the
AMCOM Safety website requires an AKO ID and password.
7.6.1. Download TB 1-1520-237-20-266
at"https://ams14.redstone.army.mil/safety/sof/pic/u60s0502tb.pdf".
7.6.2. Download TM 1-1520-237-PMD at
"https://ams14.redstone.army.mil/safety/sof/pic/u60s0502pmd.pdf".
7.6.3. Download TM 1-1520-237-PMS at
"https://ams14.redstone.army.mil/safety/sof/pic/u60s0502pms.pdf".
7.6.4. Download TM 1-1520-237-PMI at
"https://ams14.redstone.army.mil/safety/sof/pic/u60s0502pmi.pdf".
7.6.5. The above documents may also be obtained through the UH-60 KAMNET website at
"https://www.blackhawk.jatdi.mil/". Registered User ID and Password is required for
access to this site.
7.6.6. If unable to download publications from either source, contact the supporting Logistics
Assistance Rep (LAR) for assistance.
7.7. Clear the initial entry from para 4.1. and note compliance on DA Form 2408-15.
8. PROCEDURES/INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLIES/COMPONENTS/PARTS IN WORK
OR IN STOCK (AT ALL LEVELS INCLUDING WAR RESERVES) - N/A.
9. SPECIAL TOOLS AND FIXTURES REQUIRED - N/A.
10. SUPPLY/PARTS (REQUISITION/DISPOSITION) - N/A.
11. MAINTENANCE APPLICATION 11.1. Category of maintenance - AVUM/AVIM/DEPOT/Contractor Support Teams.
11.2. Estimated time required - N/A.
12. PUBLICATION REQUIREMENTS 12.1. References 12.1.1. AR 95-1, Aviation Flight Regulations.
12.1.2. DA Pam 738-751, Functional Users Manual for the Army Maintenance Management
System - Aviation (TAMMS-A).
12.1.3. TM 1-1500-328-23 - Aeronautical Equipment, Maintenance Management, Policies and
Procedures, 30 July 1999.

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12.1.4. TM 1-1520-237-PMS-1 - Preventive Maintenance Services, 10 Hour/14 Day Inspection


Checklist for Army Models UH-60A, UH-60L, EH-60A, UH-60Q and HH-60L
Helicopters, 1 May 2003.
12.1.5. TM 1-1520-237-PMS-2 - Preventive Maintenance Services, Periodic Inspection
Checklist for Army Models UH-60A, UH-60L, EH-60A, UH-60Q and HH-60L
Helicopters, 1 May 2003.
12.1.6. TM 1-1520-237-PMD - Preventive Maintenance Daily, Daily Inspection Checklist for
Army Models UH-60A, UH-60L, EH-60A, UH-60Q and HH-60L Helicopters, 30 Apr
05.
12.1.7. TM 1-1520-237-PMS - Preventive Maintenance Services, 40 Hour Inspection Checklist
for Army Models UH-60A, UH-60L, EH-60A, UH-60Q and HH-60L Helicopters, 30
Apr 05.
12.1.8. TM 1-1520-237-PMI - Phase Maintenance Inspections, Periodic Inspection Checklist for
Army Models UH-60A, UH-60L, EH-60A, UH-60Q and HH-60L Helicopters, 30 Apr
05.
12.1.9. TB 1-1520-237-20-266, H-60 Series Aircraft Preventive Maintenance Daily (PMD), 40
Hour Preventive Maintenance Service (PMS) and 700 Hour Split Maintenance Inspection
(PMI) Implementation".
12.1.10. TM 1-1520-237-23, Aviation Unit and Intermediate Maintenance for Army Models
UH-60A, UH-60L, EH-60A, UH-60Q and HH-60L Helicopters, 1 May 2003.
12.1.11. TM 1-2840-248-23, Aviation Unit And Intermediate Maintenance Manual, Engine,
Aircraft, Turboshaft Models T700-GE-700, T700-GE-701, T700-GE-701C, 1 Jun 99
12.2. Publication changes - Routine Publication changes (reference 12.1.10 and 12.1.11) are
currently in progress to support this message. In the absence of revised changes, this
message may be used as authority to implement the changes until official documentation
is received.
13. POINTS OF CONTACT 13.1. Engineering POC's for this message:
13.1.1. Primary is Mr. Ralph C. Vemmer, AMSRD-AMR-AE-U, DSN 897-2350 X9719/9715 or
(256) 705-9719/9715. Fax is (256) 705-9896. Email is "ralph.vemmer@us.army.mil".
13.1.2. Alternate is Mr. Stephen P. Dorey, DSN 897-2350 X5326 or (256) 319-5326. Email is
"stephen.dorey@amrdec.army.mil"
13.2. Program Induction POC's for ESM:
13.2.1. Primary POCs are: Rick Paradis or Mike Kirkpatrick, (CAS), DSN 645-9946, or (256)
922-7708/7709. Email is: ESM@uh.redstone.army.mil".
13.2.2. Alternate POC is Wally Newcomb (APM R&S), SFAE-AV-UH, DSN 645-8769, or
(256) 955-8769. Fax is (256) 313-3794. Email is "wally.newcomb@us.army.mil".
13.3. Logistical POC - Mr. Joe Hoover, SFAE-AV-UH-L, DSN 645-7898 or (256) 955-7898.
Fax is DSN 897-3778 OR (256) 313-3778. Email is "joe.hoover@us.army.mil".
13.4. Forms and Records POCs are 13.4.1. Primary - Ms. Ann Waldeck, AMSAM-MMC-MA-NM, DSN 746-5564 or (256) 8765564. Fax is DSN 746-4904 or (256) 876-4904. Email is
"ann.waldeck@redstone.army.mil".
13.4.2. Alternate - Ms. Sibyl Johnson, AMSAM-MMC-MA-NM, DSN 746-5564 or (256) 8766696. Fax is DSN 746-6696 or (256) 876-4904. Email is
"sibyl.johnson@redstone.army.mil".

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13.5. ULLS-A Inspection Legitimate Code File POCs are 13.5.1. Primary - Mr. San Yen Lee, AMSAM-MMC-MA-NM, DSN 746-4468 or (256) 8764468. FAX is DSN 746-4904 or (256) 876-4904. Email is "san.lee@redstone.army.mil".
13.5.2. Alternate - Mr. Morgan Evans, AMSAM-MMC-MA-NM, DSN 897-1486 or (256) 3131486. FAX is DSN 746-4904 or (256) 876-4904. Email is
"morgan.evans@redstone.army.mil".
13.6. Safety POCs are 13.6.1. Primary - Mr. Frank Rosebery (SAIC), AMSAM-SF-A, DSN 788-8631 or (256) 8428631. Fax is DSN 897-2111 or (256) 313-2111. Email is
"frank.rosebery@redstone.army.mil".
13.6.2. Alternate - Mr. Ron Price, AMSAM-SF-A, DSN 788-8636- or (256) 842-8636, Fax is
DSN 897-2111 or (256) 313-2111. Email is "ron.price@redstone.army.mil".
13.7. Foreign Military Sales POC is Mr. Ronnie W. Sammons, AMSAM-SA-AS-UT, DSN 8970875 or (256) 313-0875. Fax is DSN 897-0411 or (256) 313-0411. Email is
"ronnie.sammons@redstone.army.mil".
13.8. After hours, contact the AMCOM Operations Center (AOC) DSN 897-2066/7 or (256)
313-2066/7.
...................NOTE...................
....A listing of published safety messages can be viewed at
...."https://ams14.redstone.army.mil/safety/sof/index.html".
....This is a secured website which requires an Army Knowledge
....Online (AKO) ("www.us.army.mil") ID and password.
....

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SECTION l
GENERAL INFORMATION AND SCOPE
1. OZONE DEPLETING CHEMICAL INFORMATION.
To be determined.
2. HAZARDOUS INFORMATION.
To be determined.
3. INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS.
This manual
contains complete requirements for periodic inspection for
UH-60A, UH-60L, UH-60Q, HH-60L, and EH-60A
helicopters. It does not contain instructions for repair,
adjustment, or other means of rectifying conditions, nor
does it contain instructions for troubleshooting to find
causes for malfunctioning. Specific tolerances, limits, etc.,
can be found in the applicable maintenance manuals. Use
of the Maintenance Task Matrix, Alphabetic Index, or
Table of Contents in the applicable manuals will aid in
finding the required information. The inspection
requirements in this manual establish basic criteria for
inspecting for damage, i. e. cracks, corrosion, etc. When an
inspection for cracks is called out, the inspection should be
in compliance with procedures in TM 1-1520-265-23
(Nondestructive Inspection Procedures For UH-60
Helicopters Series) unless otherwise noted. If the
procedures are not addressed in the TM 1-1520-265-23,
then use procedures called out in TM 1-1500- 335-23
(Nondestructive Inspection Methods).
4. PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS. A phase inspection,
for the most part, is normally done by Tactical Transport

Helicopter Repairers, MOS 15T. In addition, certain


specialists are needed for some inspections. These
specialists include an Aircraft Powerplant Repairer, MOS
15B, an Aircraft Electrician, MOS 15F, and an Avionics
Mechanic, MOS 15N. The MOS column specifies which
MOS is to do the inspection procedure.
5. SCOPE. The inspection prescribed by this manual will
be done at specified periods by aviation unit maintenance
activities.
6. DEFINITION. The UH-60 Phased Maintenance
Inspection program consists of 2 separate and different
inspections performed at a 350 hour interval on a 700 hour
cycle. Phase Maintenance Inspection #1 will be due at 350
aircraft hours. Phase Maintenance Inspection #2 will occur
350 hours after Phased Maintenance Inspection #1. The
applicable inspection requirements (#1, #2, ALL) are
annotated in the left hand column of this manual next to
the required inspection.
7. GENERAL INFORMATION.
a. The inspection requirements herein state when
certain equipment is to be inspected and what conditions
are desired. Compliance is required to be sure that
potential deficiencies are discovered and corrected before
malfunctioning or serious trouble results. To arrange
inspection requirements according to the manner in which

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
work will be done, the requirements in each area are
divided into groups under area headings (Figure 1-1). An
area title indicates a specific helicopter location, which may
be composed of several systems of groups of related
components within this given area. Refer to Army
Regulations and Operator's Manual for personnel
requirements and procedures for ground run and flight
checking the helicopter.
b. This manual is for all UH-60A, UH-60L, UH-60Q,
HH-60L, and EH-60A helicopters and may therefore
contain inspection requirements that apply to specific
equipment not installed on individual helicopters. When
this situation is met, those requirements that do not apply
should be disregarded.
8. EXCEEDING THE PHASE MAINTENANCE
INSPECTION SCHEDULE.
The phase maintenance
inspection interval designated is the maximum and shall
not be exceeded except in actual operational emergencies as
explained herein. For this purpose, operational emergencies
are conditions of combat or conditions of disaster, which
necessitate flight to evacuate helicopter or personnel. Those
items annotated by the letter C, along with any items that
are due on the DA Form 2408-18 (Equipment Inspection
Record), are considered the minimum mandatory combat
maintenance inspection requirements for helicopters
scheduled for imminent deployment to, or stationed in, a
combat environment. Under no circumstances will two
combat 700-hour cycle inspections be performed
sequentially. When helicopters are operated beyond the
normal inspection due time because of such emergency
situations, a circled red X status symbol and an

appropriate statement (to include authority) must be


entered in DA Form 2408-13, DA Form 2408-13-E, DA
Form 2408-13-1, and DA Form 2408-13-1-E (Aircraft
Inspection and Maintenance Record) until such time as the
inspection is complete. When inspections are delayed to
meet emergency requirements, Commanders will assure
that helicopter's status symbol reverts to a red X and that
delayed inspections are accomplished immediately upon
termination of the actual emergency. When unusual local
conditions (utilization, type of mission, personnel, periods
of inactivity, environmental conditions, etc.) dictate, it is the
prerogative and responsibility of the Maintenance Officer
to increase the scope and/or frequency of maintenance or
inspection as necessary to ensure safe operation (TM 11500-328-23).
9. PREINSPECTION MAINTENANCE TEST FLIGHT
(MTF). A pre-inspection MTF to duplicate non-hazardous
equipment problems, determine unsatisfactory condition,
determine equipment operation problems, etc., is
recommended prior to start of helicopter disassembly for
phase maintenance inspection. The decision to perform the
pre-inspection MTF, however, shall be the responsibility of
the unit Maintenance Officer.
10.
SPECIAL
INSPECTIONS,
CALENDAR
INSPECTIONS,
AND
LUBRICATION
REQUIREMENTS.
Special
inspection,
calendar
inspections, cleaning, and lubrication requirements
contained in TM 1-1520-237-23 and those listed on the
aircraft DA Form 2408-18 shall be reviewed and
accomplished in accordance with the inspection due
requirements specified in those documents.

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11.
TIME BETWEEN OVERHAUL (TBO) AND
RETIREMENT LIFE ITEMS CHECK. Prior to start of
the phase maintenance inspection, a check will be made of
components and their remaining operating hours prior to
removal. The latest issue of the aircraft's TM 1-1520-237-23
shall be referred to for a complete listing of components
and their TBO and retirement life.
12.
REQUESTS
FOR
ENGINEERING
AUTHORIZATION. All requests for engineering
authorization, when required by this manual, will be
forwarded to Commander, US Army Aviation and Missile
Command, ATTN: AMSRD-AMR-AE-U, Redstone
Arsenal, AL 35898. Urgent requests shall be clearly
identified to ensure priority handling and response. The
requests shall include detailed information on the problem,
e.g., sketches, photographs, dimensional data, etc., to assist
in the evaluation and prompt reply.

the back of this manual immediately preceding the hard


copy 2028. For the World Wide Web use:
https://amcom2028.redstone.army.mil.
14.
INSPECTION AREAS.
Inspection areas are shown in Figure 1-1.
15.
KAPTON WIRES. Some UH-60A helicopters have
wires that are Kapton-insulated. The outer jacket of this
type wire is dark yellow and provides a surface for wire
identification. Under the dark-yellow jacket is the coppercolored Kapton insulation. Beneath the insulation is the
silver-coated electrical wire. If the outer jacket wears or
peels, the copper-colored insulation may become visible.
Exposure of copper-colored insulation is not a failure. Wire
repair/replacement is required only if the insulation is
damaged and/or the electrical wire is exposed.
16.

13.
REPORTING ERRORS AND RECOMMENDING
IMPROVEMENTS. You can help improve this manual. If
you find any mistakes or if you know of a way to improve
these procedures, please let us know. Mail your letter or
DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications
and Blank Forms) located in the back of this manual,
directly to: Commander, US Army Aviation and Missile
Command, ATTN: AMSAM-MMC-MA-NP, Redstone
Arsenal, AL 35898-5000. A reply will be furnished to you.
You may also provide DA Form 2028 information to
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Instructions for sending an electronic 2028 may be found at

USING THE PHASE INSPECTION CHECKLIST.

a. A new checklist shall be used each time phase


maintenance is due on the aircraft. This checklist is
arranged so it can be separated by area and distributed to
the maintenance crew. The applicable inspection
requirements (#1, #2, ALL) are annotated in the left hand
column of this manual next to the required inspection. The
number 1 indicates the inspection shall be performed
during phase one and the number 2 during phase two.
Whenever, the word ALL appears in this column the
inspection shall be performed during both phases. All
forms and records shall be prepared in accordance with
PAM 738-751.

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
(1) Space is provided on each checklist form for
entering the following data:
(a) The number of the periodic inspection being
performed.
(b) Aircraft serial number.

18. FAULTS AND/OR REMARKS. When aircraft


disassembly is required to complete an inspection
requirement, the maintenance related actions will be
entered on a DA Form 2408-13-2/2408-13-2-E. The number
"2408-13-2" shall be entered in the "Fault and/or
Remarks" column on the inspection checklist. If no aircraft
disassembly is required to complete the inspection, this
column will be left blank.

(c) Date of the inspection.


19. ACTION TAKEN.
(2) For each inspection item a column is provided for
entering the following data:
(a) Status. (Not Used)
(b) Fault and/or Remarks.
(c) Action Taken.
(d) Initials/PID of person performing the inspection.
b. Figure 1-2 shows examples of methods used to make
entries on the periodic maintenance checklist forms.
c. Additional space following each area of inspection is
provided to allow insertion of special inspection items
resulting from TBs, MWOs, etc., and local command
inspection items.
17.
STATUS SYMBOLS. This column should be left
blank.

a. Upon completion of each inspection requirement task


listed in the checklist, if no faults were found relating to the
inspection, the person who performed the inspection will
enter "Insp OK" in the "Action Taken" block of the
checklist and enter their initials in the "Initial" block.
b. If a deficiency or fault that is related to the inspection
requirement task is discovered, the person who performed
the inspection shall enter "Insp Compl" in the "Action
Taken" block, enter the fault or deficiency on DA Form
2408-13-1/2408-13-1E, and then enter their initials in the
"Initial" block of the checklist. If an inspection item is not
applicable to the specific equipment installed on an
individual aircraft, a N/A entry is required. The initials of
the person making the entry shall be entered in the Initial
column.
20. INITIAL. The person performing the inspection shall
enter their initials/PID in the Initial column opposite the
first line of the Action Taken entry.

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
21. FINAL RECORDS CHECK. After all corrective
actions have been completed and following completion of
the phase inspection, the technical inspector or designated
supervisor shall verify that all applicable forms and records
have been properly updated. All uncorrected faults shall be
entered on DA Form 2408-13-1 prepared for that date or
transcribed to the DA Form 2408-14. A final Records
Checklist (Table 1-2) is provided to ensure forms and
records have been inspected for completeness and accuracy
prior to release of the aircraft from phase maintenance
inspection. The inspector verifying the final records check
shall initial adjacent to the indicated form or record on the
Final Records Checklist. The initials entered shall be
registered on the Signature Sheet (Table 1-1) adjacent to
that person's signature.
22.
SIGNATURE SHEET. All personnel performing
inspection and/or maintenance tasks shall place their
signatures and initials on the Signature Sheet (Table 1-1).
The purpose of the Signature Sheet is to provide a
correlation between initials entered on the individual
checklist sheets and the actual names of the personnel
accomplishing these tasks.
23.
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONAL CHECKS.
After the completion of any required corrective actions to
any of the components of a functional system of the
aircraft, a Maintenance Operational Check (MOC) shall be
performed on that system to determine the effectiveness of
maintenance actions performed and to verify the proper
operation of that system. The MOC shall be performed in
accordance with TM 1-1500-328-23. Copies of

supplemental sheets may be used to record and sign-off the


MOC performed.
24.
MAINTENANCE TEST FLIGHT. A Limited Test
Flight shall be performed at the completion of PMI 1 for
those items inspected/disassembled, which generate a test
flight requirement. A General Maintenance Test Flight
(GMTF) will be performed when all inspections in PMI-2
have been accomplished. All MTFs shall be performed in
accordance with the requirements of TM 1-1500-328-23,
TM 1-1520-237-MTF, and using the MTF Form in the
MTF Technical Manuals.
25.
CHECKLIST DISPOSITION. The completion of
each phase shall be recorded on DA Form 2408-13-1 as
prescribed by PAM 738-751.
The signed checklists,
including all DA Forms 2408-13/2408-13-E, 2408-13-1/240813-1-E, 2408-13-2/2408-13-2-E, and 2408-13-3 shall be
attached to the DA Form 2408-13-1, and filed for the sixmonth period as required by PAM 738-751.
26.
USE OF ICONS. An icon shall identify ranges of
helicopter affectivities, MWOs, and production line
modifications referenced throughout this manual. Icons
used in this manual are described as follows:
a. External Stores Support System ESSS. UH-60A serial
numbers 82-23748 and subsequent, EH-60A, UH-60L are
provisioned for ESSS. Icon shown as ESSS. UH-60A prior
to serial number 82-23748 are not provisioned for ESSS.
Icon shown as W/O ESSS.

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
b. Hover Infrared Suppressor System HIRSS. UH-60A
serial numbers 86-24560 and subsequent, UH-60L, and EH60A, or UH-60A modified by MWO 1-1520-237-50-63. Icon
shown as HIRSS. UH-60A prior to serial number 86-24560
not modified by MWO 1-1520-237-50-63. Icon shown as
W/O HIRSS.
c. Modification of Dowel Pin Retention, Main Gear Box
MWO 50-43. UH-60A serial numbers 87-27004 and
subsequent, UH-60L and EH-60A serial numbers 87-24663
and subsequent, or UH-60A and EH-60A modified by
MWO 55-1520-237-50-43. Icon shown as MWO 50-43. UH60A prior to serial number 87-27004 and EH-60A prior to
serial number 87-24663 not modified by MWO 55-1520237-50-43. Icon shown as W/O MWO 50-43.
d. Roll Vibration Absorber ROLL. UH-60L serial
numbers 90-26278 and subsequent, or modified by MWO
1-1520-237-50-60 and EH-60A serial numbers 87-24669
and subsequent. Icon shown as ROLL.
e. UH-60Q MEDEVAC Helicopter UH-60Q. UH-60A
helicopters modified to provide MEDEVAC missions. Icon
shown as UH-60Q.
f. HH-60L MEDEVAC Helicopter HH-60L. UH-60L
helicopters modified to provide MEDEVAC missions. Icon
shown as HH-60L

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

AREA NO. 5

AREA NO. 6

AREA NO. 4

AREA NO. 1

AREA NO. 3
AREA NO. 2

AB0947_1
SA

Figure 1: Area Diagram


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AREA NO. 1: Cockpit Section

AREA NO. 2: Cabin Section

AREA NO. 3: Transition Section


AREA NO. 4: Tail Cone Section
AREA NO. 5: Tail Rotor Pylon Section

AREA NO. 6: Main Rotor Pylon

All surfaces, material, components, and equipment inside


and outside of the cockpit and electronics compartment,
and extending rear to manufacturing break point at
fuselage station 247.0.
All surfaces, material, components, and equipment inside
and outside of the fuselage, from STA 247.0 to STA 379.0
(includes, but not limited to, main landing gear, UH-60Q
HH-60L rescue hoist, and medical interior<).
All surfaces, material, components, and equipment inside
and outside of the fuselage, from STA 379.0 to STA
485.0.
All surfaces, material, components, and equipment inside
and outside of the fuselage, from STA 485.0 to STA
648.0.
All surfaces, material, components, and equipment inside
and outside rear of STA 648.0 (includes, but not limited
to, horizontal stabilator, tail rotor and blades, tail gear
box, intermediate gear box).
All surfaces, material, components, and equipment inside
and outside, above cabin section (includes, but not
limited to, main transmission, main rotor head, main
rotor blades).

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Table 1-1. Signature Sheet
Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Person Accomplishing Necessary Work

Initial

Signature of Maintenance Supervisor

Initial

Signature of Technical Inspector

Initial

Signature of Technical Inspector

Initial

Signature of Technical Inspector

Initial

Signature of Maintenance Officer

Initial

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

Figure 1-2. Example of Using Periodic Maintenance Checklist


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Table 1-2. Final Records Checklist


This checklist is provided to ensure the indicated forms and records have been inspected for presence, completeness, legibility,
and accuracy prior to releasing the aircraft from a periodic inspection. Placing the initials of the inspector, in the appropriate
initial block, will indicate verification of inspection.
AIRCRAFT LOGBOOK
DA FORM 2408
DA FORM 2408-12
DA FORM 2408-13
DA FORM 2408-13-1
DA FORM 2408-13-2
DA FORM 2408-14-1
DA FORM 2408-18
TM 1-1520-237-PMD
TM 1-1520-237-MTF
LOCALLY REQUIRED FORMS

INITIAL

HISTORICAL RECORDS

INITIAL

DA FORM 2408-5
DA FORM 2408-5-1
DA FORM 2408-15
DA FORM 2408-15-2
DA FORM 2408-16
DA FORM 2408-16-1
DA FORM 2408-17
DA FORM 2408-19-2
DA FORM 2408-20
LOCALLY REQUIRED FORMS

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Table 1-2. Final Records Checklist


PRODUCTION CONTROL
RECORDS
FLOW CHART
STATUS BOARD
WORK ORDER FILE
MWO FILE
CONFIGURATION CHART
2405 LOG
1352 REPORTS
LOCAL RECORDS

INITIAL

QUALITY CONTROL

INITIAL

TBO FILE
QA FILE
SERIAL NUMBER FILE
AOAP FILE
INVENTORY RECORDS
WEIGHT AND BALANCE
MSG FILE
DA FORM 2410 SUBMITTED
LOCAL RECORDS

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SECTION ll
PHASE INSPECTION CHECKLIST PMI
27. INSPECTION PROCEDURES
The following checklist is to be locally reproduced each
time periodic maintenance is due.

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PHASE INSP NO.____________

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.

1
C

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.05

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

NOTE
Before starting this inspection, review
aircraft forms and records for
discrepancies (PAM 738-751).

Review cleaning requirements in TM


1-1520-237-23, Chapter 1, Section 4.

Review lubrication requirements in


TM 1-1520-237-23, Chapter 1, Section
5.

Refer to TM 1-1520-237-23 for specific


inspection procedures and
accept/reject criteria.
1.1 Inspect exterior for cracks,
distortion, delamination of reinforced
plastic, and security of fasteners.
Inspect air inlets for obstruction.
Inspect cockpit tub drain holes for
blockage.
Inspect nose vibration absorber for
wear and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
1
1.2 Inspect outboard and center
0.06
windshields and upper and lower window
panels as follows:

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Check outboard windshield panels for


damage, delamination, general clarity,
loose screws, and visible signs of
leakage.
Check center windshield panel for
damage, delamination, general clarity,
loose screws, and visible signs of
leakage.
Check upper window panel for
damage, general clarity, loose screws,
and visible signs of leakage.
Check lower window panel for
damage, general clarity, loose screws,
and visible signs of leakage.

1.3 Inspect windshield wiper system as 0.04


follows:

15T

Inspect windshield wiper blades for


wear, cracks, and deterioration.
Inspect wiper arms for damage and
loss of tension against windshield.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
Inspect windshield wiper converters,
flex drives, and motor for damage and
security.
1

1.4 Inspect nose door as follows:

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

0.03

15T

1.5 Inspect controllable searchlight and 0.01


landing light as follows:

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect interior and exterior of nose


door for cracks, distortion, and
security of fasteners.
Make sure vent and duct drain line
openings are free of obstructions.
Inspect door seal for deterioration and
loose adhesive bonds.
Inspect interior for signs of leakage.
Check latches for corrosion
security and positive latching.

and

Check hinge fittings for cracks using


10X magnifying glass.
1

Inspect controllable searchlight and


landing light lenses for cracks,
cleanness, and looseness.
Check that lights are stowed properly.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
1
1.6 Inspect cockpit doors as follows:
0.24
C
Perform a functional checkout of
jettison mechanism on both cockpit
doors.

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Inspect both doors for cracks,


corrosion, distortion and security of
fasteners.
Inspect
seals
for
deterioration,
loosening of bonds, and signs of
leakage.
Check
doors
for
freedom
of
movement and that latches operate
without binding and hold securely.
Inspect sliding windows for ease of
operation (no binding) and proper
closure.
Inspect
one-piece
windows
condition and security.
1
C

for

1.7 Inspect pilot's and copilot's seats as


follows:

0.1

15T

Inspect pilots and copilot's seat


frames, buckets, and wings for visible
damage and wear on moving parts.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
Check for wear, binding, any
condition
preventing
proper
operation, and secure locking.

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check security of clevis screws and


lockwire on ARA seats serial numbers
0009 through 1773.

Check torque stripe security detail of


trunnion bolts on all Simula seats. If
torque stripe indicates slippage, refer
to maintenance procedures for
corrective action. If torque strip not
applied,
refer
to
maintenance
procedures for installation of torque
stripe to trunnion bolts.
1

1.8 Inspect area below


copilot's seats as follows:

pilot's

and 0.06

15T
15N

Place pilot and copilot's seats in the


reclining position. Remove protective
fabric covers over compartments.
Inspect brake lines
security, and leaks.

for

chafing,

Inspect parking brake valve and slave


valves for security and leakage.
Inspect parking brake linkage for wear
and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
Inspect coax cables, connectors, FM
coupler, ADF amplifier, and Doppler
antenna for damage and security.

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect pitot-static lines for damage,


obstructions, cleanness, and security.
Install protective fabric covers over
compartments.
Place pilot and copilot's seats in the
upright position.
1

1.9 Inspect engine control quadrant as 0.02


follows:

15T

Inspect engine control quadrant for


condition.
Check that NO. 1 and NO. 2 ENG
POWER CONTROL and NO. 1 and NO.
2 ENG FUEL SYS levers are shut off
and #1 and #2 ENG EMER OFF Thandles are fully forward.
Inspect flex cable mounting bracket at
STA 235 overhead for security and
chafing of cables.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
1.10 Inspect pilot's and copilot's cyclic 0.04
1
sticks as follows:

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Open boots at base of pilot and


copilot's cyclic sticks.
Remove cockpit floor panels.
Inspect pilot and copilot's
sticks for condition.

cyclic

Inspect wiring for chafing, or


damaged insulation and security of
connections.
Inspect stick shafts, sockets, and
supports for cracks, corrosion, and
security.
Check that stick to yoke attachment
bolt is installed with head facing to
left. Check that cotter pin is installed
properly and does not contact wire
bundle.
Check wire bundle to fuselage for
proper size clamp and that wire
bundle will not slip through clamp.
Inspect bearings for friction and wear.
Inspect lockwire on stop-bolts for
proper installation and evidence of
contact with wire bundle.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
1
1.11 Inspect pilot's and
collective sticks as follows:

Aircraft Serial No.


MH
copilot's 0.04

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Open boots at base of pilot and


copilot's collective sticks.
Inspect pilot and copilot's collective
sticks for condition.
Inspect wiring for chafing,
damaged insulation, and security.

or

Inspect stick shafts, sockets, and


supports for cracks, corrosion, and
security.
Inspect bearings for friction and wear.
Inspect copilot's collective stick for
proper telescoping action.

Inspect friction lock on pilot's stick


for proper action.
1.12 Inspect pilot's and copilot's yaw 0.1
control pedals as follows:

15T

Open boots at base of yaw control


pedals.
Inspect pilot and copilot's yaw control
pedal and shaft assemblies and
master cylinder supports for cracks,
corrosion, and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
Inspect bearings for friction and wear.

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect boots at base of pedals for


loose fit, cracks, splitting, and
damage. Make sure there are no
openings through which foreign
objects may enter flight control
linkage area.
Inspect brake master cylinders for
security and leakage.

1
C

Inspect pedal adjusters for proper


operation.
1.13 Inspect flight control system
0.06 15T
components as follows:
Inspect flight control rod assemblies
for evidence of external corrosion.
Inspect control rods, bellcranks, and
flight control supports for cracks,
distortion, corrosion, and security.
Inspect bearings for play.
Install cockpit floor panels.
Make sure all boots at base of cyclic
sticks, collective sticks and yaw
control pedals are securely closed.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
1.14 Inspect instrument panel, upper 0.05
1
console, lower console, and circuit
breaker panels for security of electrical
components.

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Inspect controls and switches for


binding and security.
Inspect that all lettering on control
panels, switches, and circuit breakers
is readable.
Make sure all circuit breakers are
pushed in.
Inspect cockpit wiring for chafing,
fraying, and evidence of overheating.
Inspect connectors for security.
1

1.15 Open door at rear of lower console.

0.05

15T

Inspect electronic components for


damage and security.

Inspect shock mounts for bottoming,


corrosion, and security.
Inspect electrical connectors and
wiring for chafing or damage to
insulation
and
security
of
connections.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
MH
NO.
Make sure louvers on side of SAS/FPS
computer and exhaust ports under
front of vibration isolation tray are
free from obstruction.

Aircraft Serial No.


MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check lower console flexible light for


security and damage. Check wires for
chafing and fraying, and connectors
for security.
Close door at rear of lower console.
1
C

1.16 Inspect cockpit interior and close up 0.02


area as follows:

15T

Inspect cockpit interior for general


cleanness and for evidence of oil
leakage from ceiling.
Leave cockpit.
doors.

Close

and

secure

1.17 UH60A UH60L- Inspect cockpit air


bag system (C A B S) as follows: <=

0.1

15T

Inspect forward and lateral modules


for
cracks,
loose
or
missing
hardware.
Inspect
glare
shield,
brackets,
doublers, and helicopter structure for
cracks and corrosion.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


1. COCKPIT SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Tilt back copilots seat and check


ECSU and mounting bracket for
cracks, corrosion, and loose or
missing hardware.
Apply electrical power to the aircraft
and check the following:
Verify the SYS fault indication has no
fault indication. Press the PTD button
and verify all LEDs illuminate and
after approximately three seconds go
off.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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PHASE INSP NO.____________

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
1
2.1 Inspect left and right side cabin
exterior as follows:

MH

MOS Status

0.06

15T

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect cabin steps, hand-holds,


hard points, and left and right side
exterior skins for cracks, corrosion,
distortion,
and
security
of
fasteners.
Make sure external ICS covers are
in place.
1
C

2.2 Inspect troop/cargo doors as


follows:
Inspect troop/cargo doors exterior
surfaces for corrosion, distortion,
cracks, and for loose or missing
fasteners.
Open and close doors. Make sure
doors travel through full range with
no binding, and are secure in
tracks.
Check upper and lower
support fittings for wear.

roller

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check front and rear door latches


for positive latching.
1

2.3 Inspect gunner's windows exterior


for
damage,
loose
or
missing
fasteners, and seals for separation and
damage.

0.04

15T

2.4 Inspect main landing gear shock


struts as follows:

0.06

15T

Remove main landing gear fairings.


Inspect exposed piston surface for
nicks, scratches, scoring, and
cracks.
1

2.5 Inspect left and right main landing


gear shock struts for general condition
of spherical bearings. Inspect painted
area of shock strut assemblies for
evidence of corrosion and blistering or
flaking paint.

0.04

15T

1
C

2.6 Inspect main landing gear drag


beams as follows:

0.1

15T

Remove drag beam support fairing.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

ROLL>
Inspect
roll
vibration
absorbers for wear and security. <
Inspect main landing gear drag
beam, and drag beam and axle
attachment points for cracks and
security.
With jack pad installed and using a
magnifying glass, examine the area
within a 3-inch radius of the jack
pad, both upper and lower holes,
for evidence of cracking. No cracks
allowed.
Inspect ground wire on left side for
security and contact with ground.
Inspect drag beam switches for
security and damage. Inspect
bonding jumper for security and
damage.
Inspect weight on wheels bracket
and surrounding area for evidence
of corrosion, uneven paint, faded
areas, blistering, and pitting.
Check wire cutters for security,
damage, and corrosion.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.07

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect brake and brake lines for


damage and leakage.
Check jackpad retention nut for the
presence and alignment of a torque
stripe. Inspect the tie down ring
attachment
bolt
for
security,
damage and corrosion.
1
C

2.7 Inspect main landing gear wheels


and brakes as follows:
Deflate main wheel tires to 20 PSI
prior to removal.
Remove main wheels.
Check brake wear indicator pins for
minimum length.
Inspect brake disc drive keys for
wear and security.
Inspect wheels for missing or
damaged
hardware,
paying
particular attention to bolts and
nuts attaching wheel halves.
Inspect main landing gear axle for
corrosion and damage.
Inspect wheel bearings for wear,
corrosion, and damage.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect wheel hubs, and brake


components for cracks, corrosion,
and damage.
Inspect main wheel tires for cuts,
wear, or cracks.
Repack wheel bearings.
Install main wheels.
Reinflate to proper pressure.
Install drag beam support fairings.
Install main landing gear fairings.
1
C

2.8 Remove cabin soundproofing.


Inspect cabin soundproofing for
loose or missing hardware and torn
or oil saturated soundproofing
panels.
Inspect cabin floors for damage
such as buckling, corrosion,
cracks, and security of fasteners.
Make sure tie down rings are secure
and operate freely.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.03

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect cargo hook access door for


condition, security, and positive
latching.
1
C

2.9 Inspect cargo hook as follows:


Inspect cargo hook for damage and
cleanness.
Inspect cargo hook pendant for
missing parts and damage, such as
missing strain relief, cracked
handle, and bent switch guards.
Inspect support structure
damage and security.

for

Operate manual release. Return


load beam to closed position.
Check for positive latching.
Check to see that hook is free to
pivot from side to side.
Check
explosive
cartridge
manufacturing/ installation date.
Inspect electrical connectors for
security and condition.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
1
2.10 Inspect cabin interior primary
C
structure (excluding cabin tub area
beneath floor panels), skins, frames,
fittings and stringers for damage, loose
or missing fasteners, and corrosion.

MH

MOS Status

0.1

15T

2.11 Weigh fire extinguishers and make


sure weight is within range specified on
decal.

0.08

15T

2.12 Inspect troop/cargo doors as


follows:

0.06

15T

0.04

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect troop/cargo doors interior


for
damage,
window
jettison
mechanism for proper operation.
Inspect door seals for deterioration,
damage, and separation.

2.13 Inspect interior


windows as follows:

of

gunner's

Inspect interior of windows for


damage and signs of leakage.
Open and close windows. Check for
smooth operation and secure
closure.
FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
1
2.14 Inspect cabin heat/vent ducts for
damage.

2.15 Inspect gun mounts as follows:

MH

MOS Status

0.02

15T

0.05

15T

0.2

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect gun mounts for cracks,


corrosion, and security.
Inspect pintles for freedom of
operation, abnormal play at mount
fittings and verify that mount latch
is working properly.
Inspect springs for condition and
security.
Inspect ammunition boxes for
security, damage, and proper
stowage.

2.16 UH60L> UH60A Inspect troop and


gunner's seats as follows: <=
Inspect shoulder harness, lap and
crotch belts for corrosion, cuts,
fraying, and security.
Inspect gunner's seat inertia reels
for proper operation.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

33

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.1

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect for frayed or broken cables


and cleanness.
Inspect tubing, attenuators, and
attachment fittings for damage and
security.
1

2.17
EH60A>
Inspect
operators' seat as follows: <=

mission

Inspect mission operators' seat,


frames, buckets, and track/frame
assemblies for visible damage and
wear on moving parts.
While sitting in seat, operate seats
through full range of horizontal and
vertical adjustments. Check for
wear,
binding,
any
condition
preventing proper operation, and
secure locking.
Inspect latches for wear and secure
locking.
Inspect seat cushions for condition.
Check lap belts for corrosion, cuts,
fraying, and security.
Check crotch belt for corrosion,
cuts, fraying, and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

34

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements
Check
shoulder
corrosion,
cuts,
security.

harness
fraying,

MH

MOS Status

0.02

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

for
and

Inspect inertia reels for proper


operation.
1

2.18 EH60A> Inspect observer's seat


as follows: <=
Inspect for frayed or broken cables
and for cleanness.
Inspect lap belts and shoulder
harness for corrosion, cuts, fraying,
and security.
Inspect seat tubing, attenuators,
attachment fittings for damage and
security.

2.19 Inspect engine control flex cables


running through upper cabin interior
for chafing and distortion.

0.03

15T

1
C2

2.20 ESSS> Inspect fuel lines in cabin


interior for chafing, distortion, and
security. <

0.02

15T

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
2
2.21 Inspect flight control components
C
as follows:

MH

MOS Status

0.1

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect
flight
control
rod
assemblies for evidence of external
corrosion.
Inspect bellcranks, control rods,
torque shafts, and balance springs
for corrosion, distortion, cracks,
security of mounting and attaching
hardware.
Check yaw torque shaft lower
support structure straps for loose
rivets.
Perform torque check on bolts
attaching torque shafts to lower
supports using crisscross pattern.
Inspect bearings that support four
forward torque tubes in cabin
ceiling for wear.
Lift dust boot while rotating shaft
and check for bearing race
movement.
Disconnect input and output control
rods and check for free rotation and
smoothness (no ratchety feeling).
Connect control rods.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

36

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect yaw pushrod, quadrant, and


torque
shafts
for
corrosion,
distortion, cracks, security of
mounting, and attaching hardware.
Inspect cable quick-disconnect
cable collars and ball ends for
cracks.
Install cabin
required.

soundproofing

as

1
C

2.22 Inspect cabin vibration absorber


for wear and security.

0.03

15T

2.23 Inspect APU accumulator and


hand pump as follows:

0.05

15T

Inspect handle socket and pivot


pins for cracks and wear.
Inspect accumulator/reservoir for
leakage, security of hold-down
clamps, and corrosion.
APU start valve, lines, check valves,
pressure switch, and pressure gage
for leakage, corrosion, and security.
Check condition of all clamps.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
1
2.24 Inspect cabin electrical wiring and
components as follows:

MH

MOS Status

0.04

15T

0.01

15T

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect
electrical
wiring
for
evidence
of
fraying,
chafing,
overheating (burned spots), and
condition.
Inspect electrical connectors for
security and lockwire.

Inspect electrical components for


damage, security, and proper
grounding.
2.25 Inspect No. 1 and No. 2 stabilator
amplifiers as follows:
Inspect No. 1 and No. 2 stabilator
amplifiers for damage and security.
Inspect
stabilator
amplifier
electrical connectors and wiring for
security, condition, and evidence of
fraying, or chafing.
Make sure stabilator amplifier air
inlets and exhausts are free of
obstructions.

1
C

2.26 Inspect soundproofing panels and


close up area as follows:

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

38

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect soundproofing panels for


tears, cracks, punctures, and loose
or missing fasteners.
Install cabin-soundproofing panels.
Make sure all flyaway equipment is
secured.
Check cabin interior for cleanness.
1

2.27 ESSS> Inspect horizontal stores


supports as follows: <=

15T

Check torque on expandable bolts


with HSS installed, in the following
locations:
wing
to
fuselage
attachment,
strut
to
wing
attachment, strut to fuselage
attachment, and fitting to rack
attachment.
Remove HSS and strut. Remove
strut from HSS.
Remove tip, leading edge, trailing
edge, and rack fairings from wing.
Check fairings and hardware for
wear and damage.
Inspect nylon washers on strut end
fittings for condition and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

39

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect bushings for corrosion,


damage, and wear. Inspect strut for
delamination and distortion.
Inspect strut attachment fitting on
fuselage for nicks, cracks, and
loose or working rivets.
Inspect spherical bearings
corrosion, play, and damage.

for

Remove rack fitting and forward


link from HSS store attachment
fittings. Check store attachment
fitting bushings for corrosion,
damage,
and
wear.
Inspect
spherical bearings for corrosion,
damage, and play. Inspect store
attachment fitting for nicks and
cracks.
Inspect Hi-Loks on HSS box beam
for security and surrounding
structure for delamination.
Inspect forward and rear spar of
HSS for exterior delamination and
disbonding. Inspect interior of
spars
for
delamination
and
disbonding. Inspect top and bottom
skins for delamination, specifically
around bolted areas.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

40

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect tip closeout rib and interior


ribs
for
delamination
and
disbonding.
Inspect HSS aluminum root fitting
for nicks and cracks. Inspect fitting
to wing mounting bolts for security.
Inspect bushings for corrosion,
wear, and damage. Inspect mating
fitting on fuselage for nicks, cracks,
and loose or working rivets.
Check root-to-fuselage fuel hose for
security, chafing, damage, or signs
of leaks.
Check root-to-fuselage pneumatic
hose for security, chafing, damage,
or signs of leaks.
Check horizontal stores support
fuel hoses, fuel tube assembly, and
fuel tee union for security, chafing,
damage, or signs of leaks.
Check horizontal stores support
pneumatic hoses and pneumatic
check valve for security, chafing,
damage, or signs of leaks.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

41

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check vertical support pylon


pneumatic hose and elbow for
security, chafing, damage, or signs
of leaks.
Check vertical support pylon fuel
hose, fuel tube, and isolation check
valve for security, chafing, damage,
or signs of leaks.
Inspect
pneumatic,
fuel,
and
electrical connectors for corrosion.
Inspect rack fitting, forward link,
and adapter fittings for nicks and
cracks. Remove forward link from
rack fitting and check bolts and
pins for wear. Inspect bushings for
corrosion, wear, and damage.
Remove adapter fitting from rack
fitting. Check mounting hardware
and bushings for corrosion, wear,
and damage.
Assemble
assemblies.

and

install

HSS

2.28 If installed, inspect external


(hydraulic and electric) rescue hoist
as follows:

15T

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

42

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements
Remove rescue
assembly.

hoist

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

support

Check support arm attachment


bolts for damage, cracks, and
corrosion.
Check support arm and base for
cracks and corrosion (inside and
outside bore).
Check machined support fitting
(exterior fitting) for cracks and
corrosion (inside and outside bore).
Install
rescue
assembly.

hoist

support

Check hoist rollers and level wind


for wear, corrosion, and security.
Check hoist hook for
corrosion, and security.

cracks,

Remove rescue hoist rear cowling.


Check heat exchanger for leakage,
cracks, and ruptures (hydraulic
equipped hoists only).
Check hydraulic fittings for security
and leakage (hydraulic equipped
hoists only).
FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

43

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements
Check
exhaust
obstructions.

duct

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

for

Install rear cowling.


Inside cabin, check RESCUE HOIST
control panel for security.
Check controls and switches for
binding, security and lettering for
readability.
Check electrical connectors and
wiring for security, damage, and
chafing.
Check RESCUE HOIST/ CARGO
HOOK RELEASE pendant control
for damage. Check controls and
switches for binding and security
and lettering for readability.
Check pendant cord for fraying and
connector for security.
Check pendant bracket for cracks,
corrosion, and damage.
Check for positive latching
pendant control in bracket.

of

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

44

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check cable cutter squib (firing


cartridge)
for
manufacturing/
installation date.
1

2.29 If installed, inspect internal hoist


as follows:
Check hoist rollers and level wind
for wear, corrosion, and security.
Check hoist hook for
corrosion, and security.

cracks,

Inside cabin, check RESCUE HOIST


control panel for security.
Check controls and switches for
binding, security and lettering for
readability.
Check electrical connectors and
wiring for security, damage, and
chafing.
Check RESCUE HOIST/ CARGO
HOOK RELEASE pendant control
for damage. Check controls and
switches for binding and security
and lettering for readability.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

45

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


2. CABIN SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check pendant cord for fraying and


connector for security. Check
pendant
bracket
for
cracks,
corrosion, and damage. Check for
positive latching of pendant control
in bracket.
Check cable cutter squib (firing
cartridge)
for
manufacturing
/installation date.
Remove internal hoist.
Visually inspect upper aircraft
hardpoint mount. Remove mount
for
further
inspection
or
replacement if cracks or corrosion
are present.
Inspect floor mount for cracks or
corrosion.

Install internal hoist.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

46

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PHASE INSP NO.____________

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST


Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


3. TRANSITION SECTION
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
1
3.1 Inspect fuel cells as follows:
C
De-fuel fuel cells and drain sumps.

MH

MOS Status

0.08

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

UH60L> UH60A Remove rear troop


seats. <=
Remove soundproofing covering
rear bulkhead. Remove cargo net
straps.
EH60A> Remove air conditioning
evaporator and condenser pallets.
<=
If installed, remove components of
the auxiliary cabin heater system as
required to gain access to fuel cell
area.
Inspect internal portion of fuel cell
for sludge and organic growth
accumulation, release of selfsealing compound or punctures.
Inspect for blistering of the fuel
cell surface. If any damage is found
refer to TM 1-1500-204-23-3.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

47

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Area Name and No.


3. TRANSITION SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Faults and/or Remarks

Date:
Action Taken

Initial

Inspect internal fuel lines, valves,


and airframe to fuel cell interface
connections
for
chafing
and
security.
Inspect fuel and vent lines above
fuel cells for chafing, distortion,
leakage, and security.
Inspect prime pump mount for
cracks and security.
Inspect
leakage.

pump

connection

for

Inspect breakaway vent valves,


main fuel breakaway valves, prime
boost pump breakaway valve, and
prime boost pump fuel outlet
breakaway valve for visible yellow
line around center of valve. If yellow
line is visible, replace valve.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

48

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Area Name and No.


3. TRANSITION SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
ALL

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.03

15T

0.05

15T

Faults and/or Remarks

Date:
Action Taken

Initial

Perform fuel feed system test.


Note
PMI-1 requires the complete fuel
feed system test be performed.
PMI-2 requires the fuel feed system
test be performed for that portion
above the fuel tanks. Refer to
Paragraph 10-4-39.

3.2 Inspect transition section electrical


wiring and components as follows:
Inspect
electrical
wiring
for
evidence of overheating, fraying,
chafing, and general condition.
Inspect electrical connectors for
security.
Inspect electrical components for
security and proper grounding.

3.3 Inspect grounding receptacle for


damage,
security,
and
electrical
resistance.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Area Name and No.


3. TRANSITION SECTION (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

1
C

3.4 Inspect tail rotor control cables and


pulleys as follows:

0.01

15T

0.06

15T

Faults and/or Remarks

Date:
Action Taken

Initial

Inspect tail rotor control cables for


fraying, corrosion, and loose or
missing areas in plastic coating,
particularly at pulleys.
Inspect pulleys for corrosion,
damage, security, cracks, wear, and
distortion.
Check that cables are riding
properly in pulleys and that cable
guard pins are installed.
Make sure locking clips are installed
on turnbuckles.
1
C

3.5 Inspect accessible interior area and


exit fuel cell area as follows:
Inspect accessible interior area for
corrosion, damage, leakage, and
loose or missing fasteners.
If required, install auxiliary cabin
heater components.
EH60A> Install air conditioning
evaporator and condenser pallets.
<=

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

50

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Area Name and No.


3. TRANSITION SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.04

15T

Faults and/or Remarks

Date:
Action Taken

Initial

UH60A> UH60L Install cargo net


straps. <=
Install soundproofing covering rear
bulkhead.
UH60L> UH60A Install rear troop
seats. <=
1

3.6 Inspect behind transition fairing at


STA 449 for corrosion and cleanness.

1
C

3.7 Visually inspect slippage marks on


all transition section to tailcone
attaching hardware.

15T

3.8 Check transition section to tailcone


bolts for proper torque.

15T

3.9 Inspect Auxiliary Cabin Heater as


follows:
Check auxiliary cabin heater for
signs of over temperature damage.
Inspect muffler inlet for debris.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

51

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Area Name and No.


3. TRANSITION SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Faults and/or Remarks

Date:
Action Taken

Initial

Inspect muffler blower and heater


for cracks and security.
Inspect muffler blower and eater
support for cracks and security.
Inspect ducts
security.

for

cracks

and

Inspect electrical bonding straps on


blower and heater for condition and
security.
Check
overheat
duct
sensor,
harness and connector on heater
support and transition duct for
condition and security.
Check cabin temperature sensor,
harness and connector on muffler
support for condition and security.
Install soundproofing covering rear
bulkhead.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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PHASE INSP NO.____________

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Area Name and No.


4. TAILCONE SECTION
PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
1
4.1 Inspect tail cone exterior as follows:

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.08

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Open tail drive shaft cover and


structural access panels at rear of
tail cone.
Inspect exterior skins, tail rotor
drive shaft fairing, access panels,
hinges, and fittings for corrosion,
cracks, distortion, and security of
fasteners.
Inspect drain holes in tail cone
bottom for blockage.
1
C

4.2 Inspect interior skins, frames,


fittings, access panels, and stringers
for corrosion, cracks, distortion, and
security of fasteners.

0.1

15T

1
C

4.3 Inspect hydraulic lines as follows:

0.02

15T

Inspect hydraulic lines for evidence


of chafing, damage, and condition of
clamps.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


4. TAILCONE SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.02

15T

0.05

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect disconnects for security


and leakage.
1
C

4.4 Inspect tail rotor control cables and


pulleys as follows:
Inspect tail rotor control cables for
fraying, corrosion, and loose or
missing areas in plastic coating,
particularly at pulleys.
Inspect cable quick-disconnects for
damage and security.

4.5 Inspect tail landing gear shock strut


exposed piston surfaces for nicks and
scratches. Inspect painted area of
shock strut assembly for evidence of
corrosion and blistering or flaking of
paint.

1
C

4.6 Inspect tail landing gear wheel and


tire as follows:
Deflate tire to 20 psi.
Remove tail wheel.
Inspect wheel bearings for wear,
corrosion, and damage. Visually
FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


4. TAILCONE SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.02

15T

0.04

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

inspect wheel and axle for cracks


corrosion or damage.
Inspect tire for wear, cuts, and
cracks.

1
C

4.7 Inspect tail landing gear yoke and


fork as follows:
Inspect tail landing gear yoke,
bushings,
fork,
lockpin,
and
actuator for damage and security.
Inspection over entire yoke should
be done visually using magnifying
glass. Refer to TM 1-1520-237-23-3
for inspection criteria.
Inspect wheel lock limit switches
and wiring for security and damage.
Inspect wire strike deflector for
damage and security.
Repack tail wheel bearings.
Install tail wheel and inflate tire.

4.8 Inspect tail cone electrical wiring


and components as follows:
Inspect electrical wiring for signs of
overheating and chafing.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


4. TAILCONE SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.18

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect electrical connectors for


corrosion, security, and lockwire.
Inspect electrical components for
security and proper grounding.
Inspect anticollision light power
supply for security and signs of
overheating.
2
C

4.9 Inspect tail cone section II and III tail


rotor drive shafts as follows:
Disconnect section II flexible
couplings and check for elongated
flange boltholes.
Disconnect section III flexible
couplings and check for elongated
flange boltholes.
Inspect flexible couplings for
corrosion, damage, security, cracks,
buckling, wear, and lamination
spread.
Inspect spherical
corrosion.
Reconnect
couplings.

section

washers

II

for

flexible

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Aircraft Serial No.

Area Name and No.


4. TAILCONE SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements
Reconnect
couplings.

section

III

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

flexible

Inspect tail rotor drive shaft bearing


supports for cracks and security.
Inspect viscous damper bearing
mount holes for elongation.
Close and secure drive shaft covers
and structural access panels.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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PHASE INSP NO.____________

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
Inspection Requirements
NO.
2
5.1 Inspect exterior structure of tail
C
rotor pylon as follows:

MH
0.04

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Open tail rotor drive shaft cover.


Inspect tail rotor drive shaft cover
for damage and missing fasteners.
Remove
fairing.

intermediate

gear

box

Inspect intermediate gear box


fairing for damage and missing
fasteners.
Remove tail gear box fairing.
Inspect tail gear box fairing for
damage and missing fasteners.
Inspect intermediate gear box
mounting area for cracks, dents,
nicks, corrosion, and security.
Inspect tail rotor gear box mounting
area for cracks, dents, nicks,
corrosion, and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect tail rotor gear box mount


fitting for cracks around lower
barrel nut holes and inside surfaces
where attached to front spar cap
angles.
Inspect tail rotor pylon exterior
skins
for
corrosion,
cracks,
distortion, and security of fasteners.
Inspect popout steps for proper
operation and/or damage.

2
C

5.2 Inspect interior of tail rotor pylon as


follows:

0.11

15T

Inspect interior of tail pylon for


cracks, distortion, corrosion, and
for loose or missing fasteners.
Inspect hinge bracket and formers
of tail pylon at pylon STA 120, 140,
160, and 180 for cracks and
corrosion.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
ALL
C

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

5.3a Remove stabilator.


Inspect stabilator IAW TM 1-1520237-1, para 1-17-12.1).
Remove stabilator actuator.
Lubricate fully extended length of
stabilator actuator pistons.
Install stabilator actuator.
Install stabilator.

2
C

5.3b Inspect stabilator as follows:

0.17

15T

Remove stabilator.
Inspect left stabilator attachment
bolt and fitting for wear.
Inspect left fitting for cracks,
corrosion, and security of attaching
hardware.
Inspect right stabilator attachment
bolt for wear and damage.
Inspect right stabilator attachment
fitting for separation of bonded
liners.
Inspect fitting for cracks, corrosion,
and security of attaching hardware.
FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Remove stabilator actuator.


Inspect stabilator actuator and
attaching hardware for wear and
damage.
Inspect upper stabilator actuator
attachment fitting for wear. Inspect
fitting for cracks, corrosion, and
security of attaching hardware.
Inspect upper stabilator actuator
attachment fitting bushings and
bearing for wear.
Inspect lower stabilator actuator
attachment fitting for wear. Inspect
fitting for cracks, corrosion, and
security of attaching hardware.
Lubricate fully extended length of
stabilator actuator pistons.
Install stabilator actuator.
Remove inspection panels.
Inspect stabilator structure for
corrosion, cracks, dents, distortion,
and for loose or missing fasteners.
Inspect spar for cracks using a
flashlight and mirror.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.36

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Install inspection panels.


Inspect elastomeric bearing
wear, cracks, and disbonding.

for

Inspect limit switches for damage.


Perform electrical bond resistance
measurements of upper and lower
actuator to rear spar.
Inspect double row ball bearings.
Install stabilator.

2
C

5.4 Inspect section IV tail rotor drive


shaft as follows:
Inspect tail pylon drive shaft
sections
for
cracks,
dents,
scratches, gouges, and signs of
twisting or bending.
Check tail pylon drive shaft flanges
and flexible couplings for cracks,
corrosion, damage, loose lockbolts,
and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.04

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

NOTE
Corrosion between tube and flange (or
stub shaft) is identified by flaking or
lifting of paint, cracks, or aluminum
oxide (a white powdery substance) at
interface between tubes and flanges.
Disconnect flexible coupling and
check
for
elongated
flange
boltholes.
Inspect flexible couplings for
corrosion, damage, security, cracks,
buckling, wear, and lamination
spread.
Inspect spherical
corrosion.

washers

for

Reconnect flexible coupling.


Check tail drive shaft flexible
coupling self-locking nuts for
proper torque.
2
C

5.5 Inspect tail rotor control cables and


pulleys as follows:
Inspect tail rotor control cables at
lower end of pylon for wear,
corrosion, and loose or missing
areas in plastic coating, particularly
at pulleys.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

0.05

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect pulleys for corrosion,


damage, security, cracks, wear, and
distortion.
Check that cables are riding
properly in pulleys and that cable
guard pins are installed.

2
C

5.6 Inspect intermediate and tail gear


boxes as follows:
Inspect intermediate gear box
flange for cracks, damage, and
corrosion.
Inspect intermediate gear box
housing for cracks, damage, and
corrosion.
Inspect intermediate gear box input
and output seals for leakage.
Inspect tail gear box flange for
cracks, damage, and corrosion.
Inspect tail gear box housing for
cracks, damage, and corrosion.
Inspect tail gear box input and
output seals for leakage.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

2
C

5.7 Inspect tail rotor control system as


follows:

0.03

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect spring cylinders, control


rod, and quadrant for corrosion,
cracks, distortion, and security.
Check control rod for bearing play.
Inspect cables for wear, fraying,
corrosion, and loose or missing
areas in plastic coating, particularly
in pulley area.
Inspect tail rotor control cable
conduits for damage or wear.
Inspect pulleys for corrosion,
damage, security, cracks, wear, and
distortion.
Check that cables are riding
properly in pulleys and that cable
guard pins are installed.
Inspect quadrant bearings
corrosion and damage.

for

Disconnect spring cylinders, control


cables, and output control rod and
check quadrant for free rotation and
smoothness (no ratchety feeling).

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.05

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect
quick-disconnect
cable
collars and ball ends for cracks.
Reconnect spring cylinders, control
cables, and output control rod.
Perform tail rotor cable tension
check.
2
C
ALL

5.8
Inspect
tail
rotor
components as follows:

system

Remove tail rotor blades


outboard retention plate.

and

Inspect retention plates for cracks,


damage, and security.

Inspect nylon shims on inboard and


outboard
retention
plates
for
waviness
and
minimum
and
maximum thickness.

Inspect threads of pitch beam


retaining nut for thread face wear or
chafing.

Remove
seal
retention plate.

Inspect snapring and


bushing for corrosion.

from

outboard

end

of

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

NOTE
ALL

Removal of the inboard retention plate


is not required unless inboard retention
plate attaching bolt torque check is
below limits. Wear of tail gear box split
cones will be indicated by a loss of
torque on inboard retention plate
attaching hardware. If torque check is
below limits, the inboard retention plate
should be removed and the split cones
inspected for wear or damage.

ALL

Perform torque check on inboard


retention plate attaching bolts.

Inspect pitch control rods for


cracks, damage, bearing play,
bearing discoloration, and security.

Inspect pitch beam for cracks and


damage.

Visually inspect pitch beam washer


for cracks. Replace washer if any
cracks are present.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
2
C

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements
5.9 Inspect tail rotor servo as follows:

MH

MOS Status

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Drain tail gear box oil.


Remove tail rotor servo
disconnect pitch control shaft.

and

Inspect tail rotor servo housing for


leakage.
Inspect tail rotor servo housing for
cracks and damage.
Check tail rotor servo for bent pilot
valve stem.
Inspect pitch control shaft link
assembly bearing for axial play.
Inspect linkage
distortion.

for

cracks

and

Inspect linkage-attaching hardware


for security.
Inspect
attaching
hardware
connecting tail rotor servo to pitch
control shaft.
Inspect pitch control shaft chrome
plated surfaces for blistering,
cracking, or flaking.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

0.16

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect pitch control shaft pressed


bushing for wear and security.
Inspect bearing area for chips or
debris.
Inspect pitch control shaft bearing
for freedom of rotation.
Inspect tang for proper width.
Check inside of tail gear box,
especially inside diameter of input
bevel pinion for buildup of sludge or
debris.
Flush inside of tail gear box.
Install pitch control shaft and tail
rotor servo.
Service tail gear box.
2
C
2

2
2

5.10 Inspect tail rotor blades as follows:


Inspect tail rotor blades for erosion
and damage.
Inspect tip caps for security.
Inspect tail rotor blade erosion
protection kit polyurethane tape, if
installed, for wear, holes, or
disbonding.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Inspect tail rotor blade tip cap


erosion protection kit polyurethane
coating, if installed, for wear.

Inspect pitch horn and bracket for


damage, cracks, corrosion, and
security.

ALL

Remove one boot tiedown strap and


roll back boot.

ALL

Inspect tail rotor blade spar for wear


or damage and security as a result
of contact with tail rotor horn
fairing. Check for spar corner-tofairing
clearance.
Check
for
delaminations and splinters on spar
in areas near fairing inner lip.

Inspect tail rotor plug for cracks,


disbonding, fretting, scoring, and
corrosion.

Inspect tail rotor pivot bearing for


wear and separation.

Inspect tail rotor pivot


retainer for disbonding.

Inspect boots for wear or damage


and security.

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

bearing

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


5. TAIL ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
ALL
ALL
2
C

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.

MH

MOS Status

0.02

15T

0.01

15T

0.01

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Install boot tiedown strap.


Install tail rotor blades.
5.11 Inspect tail pylon electrical wiring
as follows:
Inspect tail pylon electrical wiring
for
fraying,
chafing,
and
overheating.
Inspect connectors for security.

5.12 Close up area as follows:


Close pylon drive shaft cover.
Install intermediate gear box fairing.
Install tail gear box fairings.

5.13 Inspect tail rotor deice system, if


installed, as follows:
Inspect tail rotor deice slip ring for
cleanness and wear.
Inspect brushes for wear.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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PHASE INSP NO.____________

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Area Name and No.


6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION
PHASE
NO.
2

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

6.1 Inspect heating and ventilating


system as follows:

0.03

Open main
cover.

rotor

pylon

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

sliding

Inspect heater ducting for cracks


and damage.
Inspect heating bleed-air tubes for
cracks and damage.
Check temperature sensing tube to
heater mixing valve for security and
cracks.
Inspect heater mixing valve and
mounting brackets for damage and
security.
Inspect blower housing and flange
area for cracks.
Inspect attaching hardware,
connections for security.

all

Check heater mixing valve duct inlet


screen for blockage.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

2
C

6.2 Inspect upper deck torque shaft


taper pins, levers and control rods as
follows:

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Check torque shaft taper pins for


tightness.
Inspect levers and control rods for
cracks and distortion.
Inspect attaching
security.

hardware

for

NOTE
Inspection of cabin flight control
components Seq # 2.21 due at PMI 2.
2
C

6.3 Inspect boost servo and pilot-assist


module manifold baseplate as follows:

15T

Inspect for proper torque on


mounting bolts. Special attention
should be given to mounting bolts
that failed torque and have black or
gray residue present. If present
remove base plate and check for
cracks around mounting holes and
adjacent areas.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
2

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

6.4 Inspect yaw and collective boost


servos, pitch trim assembly, and roll
assembly as follows:

0.15

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check yaw and collective boost


servos, pitch trim assembly, roll
assembly, yaw boost SAS actuator,
pitch trim SAS actuator, and roll
assembly SAS actuator for leakage.
Inspect boost servo thermal relief
valves for leakage.
Inspect pitch trim assembly and roll
assembly for damage and security
of mounting.
Inspect both ends of collective
boost servo for cracks at cylinder
ends, and cracks on power piston
shafts. Special attention should be
given to the thread undercut area of
all servo piston rods on the shaft
immediately adjacent to output
clevis.
Inspect both ends of yaw boost
servo for cracks at cylinder ends,
and cracks on power piston shafts.
Special attention should be given to
the thread undercut area of all servo
piston
rods
on
the
shaft
immediately adjacent to output
clevis.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.05

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect yaw and collective boost


servos; yaw boost, pitch trim, and
roll assembly SAS actuators for
damage and security. Visually
inspect castellated nut opposite
output clevis for cracks.
Inspect yaw and collective boost
servo pressure switches and wiring
for condition.
Inspect input and output linkage for
security and condition.
Inspect rubber
deterioration.

2
C

dust

boots

for

6.5 Inspect mixer assembly as follows:


Inspect mixer work platform for
security, and smooth operation.
Check arm on lower track for
security.
Check mixing unit mounting bolts
for proper torque.
Inspect support brackets, levers,
and bellcranks for distortion,
cracks, and security of attaching
hardware.
Check taper pins for tightness.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

75

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.02

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect for bearing play.


Inspect mixer torque shaft bearings
for corrosion and damage.
Inspect stick position sensors for
corrosion, distortion, cracks, and
security of attaching hardware.
Inspect electrical connectors for
condition and security.
Disconnect input and output control
rods.
Check torque shaft for free rotation
and smoothness (no ratchety
feeling).
Connect control rods.
2

6.6 Inspect flight control


components as follows:

system

Inspect
flight
control
rod
assemblies for evidence of external
corrosion.
Inspect
flight
control
rods,
bellcranks, levers, supports, and
directional control torque shaft for
cracks, corrosion, distortion, and
security of attaching hardware.
FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect bearings for condition.


Remove and inspect main rotor
blade pitch control rods.
Inspect main rotor blade pitch
change links for security, corrosion,
drain hole blockage, and rod end
bearings for play and serviceability.

2
C

6.7 Inspect forward, aft, lateral


bellcrank assemblies, and walking
beam as follows:
Inspect
forward,
aft,
lateral
bellcrank assemblies, and walking
beam
for
bearing
play and
looseness.

15T

Inspect exposed portions of walking


beam lug areas for damage and
corrosion. Do not disconnect
hardware to inspect lugs.
Inspect exposed portions of rear
bellcrank lug areas for damage and
corrosion. Do not disconnect
hardware to inspect lugs.
Inspect exposed portions of forward
bellcrank lug areas for damage and

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.05

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

corrosion. Do not disconnect


hardware to inspect lugs.
Inspect exposed portions of lateral
bellcrank lug areas for damage and
corrosion. Do not disconnect
hardware to inspect lugs.

2
C

6.8 Inspect primary servos as follows:


Check primary servos for leakage
around seals, disconnects, and
caps.
Inspect primary servos for damage
and security of mounting. Special
attention should be given to the
thread undercut area of all servo
piston
rods
on
the
shaft
immediately adjacent to output
clevis.
Inspect primary servo mounting
lugs for cracks, corrosion, and
security.
Inspect primary servo mount bolts
for broken safety wire and slippage
mark alignment.
Inspect servo beam rails for cracks
in region of barrel nut hole.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

78

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.05

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect primary servo input and


output linkage for cracks, distortion,
and security of attaching hardware.
Inspect bearings for play, looseness
in housing.
Inspect pressure switches
wiring for condition.

and

6.9 Inspect No. 1 and No. 2 hydraulic


pump modules as follows:
Inspect hydraulic lines for signs of
leakage.
Inspect hydraulic lines for chafing
and condition of clamps.
Inspect reservoir low-level switches
and wiring for condition.

6.10 Inspect No. 1 and No. 2 transfer


modules and manifolds as follows:

15T

Inspect No. 1 and No. 2 transfer


modules, manifolds, and connecting
lines for signs of leakage.
Inspect No. 1 and No. 2 transfer
modules and manifolds for cracks
and corrosion.
FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

79

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.03

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect pressure switches, solenoid


valves, disconnect fittings, and
wiring for security and condition.
Inspect
chafing.
2

connecting

lines

for

6.11 Inspect No. 2 hydraulic system


pilot assist module and servo manifold
as follows:
Inspect No. 2 hydraulic system pilot
assist module and servo manifold
for signs of leakage.
Inspect No. 2 hydraulic system pilot
assist module and servo manifold
for cracks and corrosion.
Inspect pressure switches, solenoid
valves, disconnect fittings, and
wiring for security and condition.
Check indicator button on pilot
assist module for extension.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

80

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

6.12 Inspect backup hydraulic pump


module, utility module, rescue hoist
manifold, and external hydraulic power
disconnects as follows:

0.03

15T

0.32

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect
switches,
quickdisconnects, and wiring for security
and condition.
Inspect utility module for signs of
leakage.
Inspect utility module and rescue
hoist
manifold
for
leakage,
corrosion, and security.
Inspect backup system lines for
signs of leakage.
Inspect backup system lines for
chafing and security.
Inspect external hydraulic power
disconnects and covers for security
and condition.

6.13 Inspect hydraulic refill handpump


as follows:

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

81

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.04

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect hydraulic refill handpump


for cleanness, particularly under
cover.
Inspect cover, chain, puncher,
exposed seals, boots, and gaskets
for condition.
Check selector valve for ease of
operation.
Remove
and
replace
handpump filter element.
2
C

refill

6.14 Inspect main transmission mounts,


dowel pins, and forward and rear
bellcrank supports as follows:
Inspect main transmission mounts
for cracks and damage.
MWO 50-43> Inspect dowel pin
retention bolts and retaining angles
for deformation and security. <=
W/O MWO 50-43> Inspect dowel
pins for signs of axial or rotational
play on main gear boxes with
slippage strip. <=
W/O MWO 50-43> Inspect sealing
compound covering dowel pins for
bulging, blistering, and cracking.
<=

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

82

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.08

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check gap between rear bellcrank


support retaining angle and dowel
pin.
Inspect forward and rear bellcrank
support mounts for cracks and
damage.
Inspect exposed portions of forward
bellcrank support lug areas for
damage and corrosion. Do not
disconnect hardware to inspect
lugs.
Inspect exposed portions of rear
bellcrank support lug areas for
damage and corrosion. Do not
disconnect hardware to inspect
lugs.
Inspect exposed portions of right
and left tie rod lug areas for damage
and corrosion. Do not disconnect
hardware to inspect lugs.
Inspect exposed portions of rear tie
rod and rear tie rod support lug
areas for damage and corrosion. Do
not disconnect hardware to inspect
lugs.
2
C

6.15 Inspect main, input, and accessory


modules, main module breather, and
engine output shafts as follows:

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

83

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Remove engine inlet.


Inspect main, input, and accessory
module mating flanges and all
connections for oil leakage.
Inspect main generators for security
and evidence of oil leakage.
Inspect main module breather for
cleanness.
Inspect accessory module oil return
screen.
Remove engine output shafts. If
engine output shaft, 70361-08004042, is installed, replace with engine
output shaft, 70361-08004-043.
Inspect installation bolts for burrs
and binding in flexible coupling
assembly.
Inspect disc pack for cracks, nicks
and lamination spread.
Inspect input module flange for
fretting in washer contact area.
Inspect flange nutplate rivets for
proper installation, looseness, and
fretting on heads.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

84

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements
Check torque
flange nut.

of

input

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.01

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

module

Check torque on nuts holding


flexible coupling to engine output
shafts.
Inspect engine output shafts for
damage.
Inspect forward
restraining rings
missing rivets.

support tube
for loose or

Inspect forward support tube


restraining rings for missing or
disbonded Zytek tape.
Inspect crotch assembly for loose or
missing
pins,
bends,
cracks,
missing or damaged finish, loose or
missing rivets, nick, scratches or
corrosion.
Install engine output shafts.
Check main transmission oil level.
2

6.16 Inspect input module seals for


leakage.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

85

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

6.17 Inspect main transmission output


shaft seal for leakage.

0.01

15T

6.18 Inspect main transmission main


rotor shaft seal for leakage.

0.01

15T

6.19 Inspect teeth on gust lock flange


and gust lock lever for condition.

0.02

15T

6.20 Inspect main transmission input


modules, and accessory module chip
detectors, sensors, switches, and
electrical wiring as follows:

0.02

15T

0.01

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect main transmission input


modules, and accessory module
chip
detectors,
sensors,
and
switches for security of electrical
connectors.
Inspect main transmission wiring
harness for condition.
Inspect generator wiring for chafing,
corrosion, and security.

6.21 Inspect main rotor pitch control


rods for damage, security, and bearing
play.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

86

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
2
C

Inspection Requirements
6.22 Inspect spindle as follows:

Aircraft Serial No.


MH
4.9

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Remove main rotor blades.


Remove spindle assemblies from
hub.
Remove elastomeric bearings from
spindles.
Inspect spindle sleeve bearing for
wear, cracks, corrosion, slippage,
and damage.
Inspect spindle threads for dry film
lubricant.
Inspect spindle nut threads for dry
film lubricant.
Inspect elastomeric bearing for
wear,
damage,
or
laminate
separation.
Inspect elastomeric bearing sleeve
bearing for wear, disbanding, and
damage.
Replace elastomeric bearing sleeve
bearing.
Inspect droop stop pin bushings for
wear, security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

87

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check torque on horn attachment


bolts.
Remove retaining ring and loosen
and back off droop stop nut, on
spindle assemblies 70070-10030041,70070-10030-042, 70070-10030045, 70070-10030-046, 70102-08200041 through 70102-08200-044, and
70102-08200-063.
Inspect droop stop support inner
race sleeve bearing for cracks, on
spindle assemblies 70070-10030041,70070-10030-042, 70070-10030045, 70070-10030-046, 70102-08200041 through 70102-08200-044, and
70102-08200-063.
Inspect droop stop nut for corrosion
and
cracking,
on
spindle
assemblies 70070-10030-041, 7007010030-042, 70070-10030-045, 7007010030-046, 70102-08200-041 through
70102-08200-044, and 70102-08200063.
Inspect hub ID for evidence of
contact caused by retaining rod.
Assemble spindle assemblies.
Install spindle assemblies.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

88

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

2
C

6.23 Inspect main rotor dampers as


follows:

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect main rotor damper bearings


for wear using feeler gage method
with damper installed.
Inspect main rotor damper bearings
for radial and axial play with damper
installed.
Remove dampers from main rotor.
Inspect main rotor damper bearings
for damage and corrosion.
Inspect
dampers
for
corrosion, and damage.

cracks,

Check damper for evidence


hydraulic fluid leakage.

of

Check damper indicator for leakage


and proper fluid level (gold band
visible).
Inspect damper bracket for cracks,
wear, and security.
Check torque on damper bracket
attachment bolts.
Install main rotor dampers.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

89

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

2
C

6.24 Inspect main rotor rotating


scissors upper and lower links, and
between upper link and pressure plate
lug for bearing play.

0.02

15T

6.25 Inspect main rotor blade deice


system as follows:

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Remove main rotor blade deice


distributor.
Remove main rotor blade deice slip
ring assembly from distributor.
Remove brush assembly from slip
ring.
Inspect slipring assembly. If the
white metal surface of the ring
contacts has worn through to the
yellow substrates on the power
circuits or signal circuits, the
slipring assembly shall be replaced
Inspect for metal shavings. Clean
metal shavings from slip ring
assembly.
Assemble and install
assembly to distributor.

slip

ring

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

90

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
2
C

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements
6.26 Inspect
follows:

main

rotor

MH

shaft

as

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Inspect inner diameter of main rotor


shaft for signs of corrosion,
blistering, flaking, or missing resin
coating.
Inspect all exposed portions of main
rotor shaft for rust or corrosion.
2
C

6.27 Inspect main rotor hub as follows:

1.3

15T

0.02

15T

Inspect main rotor hub and visually


inspect upper and lower pressure
plates for cracks and damage.
Torque the following bolts: NAS
bolts that hold hub to shaft
extension, expandable pins, main
rotor shaft nut bolts, and upper and
lower pressure plate bolts.
Install main
distributor.

2
C

rotor

blade

de-ice

6.28 Inspect swashplate assembly as


follows:
Inspect swashplate assembly for
cracks, nicks, and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

91

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect expandable pin for correct


installation of lockring and half male
spacer. Inspect expandable pin nut
for fractures or cracks.
Inspect ball bearings between
stationary swashplate and rotating
swashplate for wear, ratcheting or
uneven movement.
Inspect large spherical bearing and
socket for wear.
Check
clearance
between
swashplate guide and inner race of
bearing.
Inspect
scissors
attachment
spherical bearings for wear and
discoloration.
Inspect forward, aft, and lateral
connecting link assemblies for
bearing play and looseness.

2
C

6.29 Inspect bifilar as follows:

1.29

15T

Remove bifilar weights from bifilar


support.
Remove
lubricant
from
bushings, and washers.

pins,

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

92

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect
pins,
bushings,
and
washers for wear, cracks, or other
damage.
Inspect weights for cracks in lower
and upper bonded joints. If cracked
paint is found at bonded joints of
bifilar weights without "UT" marked
in area of part number, remove paint
and inspect weight base metal for
cracks. Cracked paint at bonded
joints of bifilar weights with "UT"
marked in area of part number is
acceptable.
Inspect weight in areas away from
bonded joints for cracks.
Inspect bifilar support arm and
bushings for cracks, corrosion, or
other damage, particularly in weight
attachment lug areas.
Install bifilar
support arm.

weights

to

bifilar

Lubricate bifilar.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

93

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
2
C

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements
6.30 Inspect main rotor blades as
follows:

MH

MOS Status

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Using magnifying glass, inspect


main rotor blade cuff for cracks
between each bolt and leading and
trailing edges of cuff on upper and
lower surfaces.
Inspect
damage.

expandable

pins

for

Inspect main rotor blade spar region


for cracks, impact damage, wear,
bond separations, or other damage.
(IAW TM 1-1520-237-23-3)
Inspect
main
rotor
blade
honeycomb core region for cracks,
impact
damage,
wear,
bond
separations, or other damage. (IAW
TM 1-1520-237-23-3)
Inspect main
edge region
damage, wear,
other damage.
23-3)

rotor blade trailing


for cracks, impact
bond separations, or
(IAW TM 1-1520-237-

Inspect main rotor blade leading


edge abrasion strips for cracks,
Impact
damage,
wear,
bond
separations, or other damage. (IAW
TM 1-1520-237-23-3)

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

94

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect tip cap exterior for erosion,


cracks,
eroded
paint,
missing/deteriorated
caulking,
disbonds, delaminations, fraying of
Kevlar fabric, impact damage, hole
elongation, and other damage. (IAW
TM1-1520-237-23-3)
Inspect tip cap retaining screws for
loss of torque.
Inspect tip cap drain hole on lower
surface for blockage.
Inspect tip caps as follows:

NOTE
ALL

Removal of the aluminum tip cap


and inspection of the tip cap
interior, blade tip rib and tip block is
required at both PMI1 and PMI 2 for
those blades with aluminum tip
caps installed.

Removal of the composite tip cap


and inspection of the tip cap
interior, blade tip rib and tip block is
only required at the PMI 2 for those
blades with composite tip caps
installed.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

95

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect composite/aluminum tip cap


exterior
for
erosion,
cracks,
disbonds,
delaminations,
hole
elongation, and other damage.
Inspect composite/aluminum tip cap
interior for disbonded, delaminated
or cracked ribs, and tip cap weights
for security.
Inspect composite/aluminum tip cap
drain hole on outboard surface for
blockage.
Inspect blade tip rib for cracks and
tip block for corrosion.
2

ALL

Install composite tip cap back onto


original blade. Replace #6 screw
with new hardware. Serviceable
hardware may be reused on
remaining positions.

Install aluminum tip cap back onto


original blade. Serviceable hardware
may be reused.
Inspect main rotor blade erosion
protection kit polyurethane tape, if
installed, for wear, holes, or
disbonding.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

96

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.03

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect main rotor blade tip cap


erosion protection kit polyurethane
coating, if installed, for wear.
Inspect main rotor blade tip cap
erosion protection kit polyurethane
boot, if installed, for wear, holes, or
disbonding.
Install main rotor blades.
Test main rotor blade pressure
indicators.
2
C

6.31 Inspect section I tail rotor drive


shaft as follows:
Inspect section I tail rotor drive
shaft for dents, gouges, indications
of twisting or bending, and loose
lockbolts.
Disconnect flexible couplings and
inspect
for
elongated
flange
boltholes.
Inspect flexible couplings for
corrosion, damage, security, cracks,
buckling, wear, and lamination
spread.
Inspect spherical
corrosion.

washers

for

Reconnect flexible couplings.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

97

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

2
C

6.32 Inspect oil cooler and radiator as


follows:

0.07

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

Open oil cooler compartment


and APU compartment access
doors.
Inspect hinges on airframe and
APU doors for cracks, wear, and
security. Inspect latch mechanisms
for cracks, wear, and security.
Inspect latch mechanisms for worn
or loose pins.
Inspect hinges on airframe and
oil cooler compartment doors for
cracks, wear, and security. Inspect
latch mechanisms for cracks, wear,
and
security.
Inspect
latch
mechanisms for worn or loose pins.
NOTE
ALL

Bearing replacement and the following


inspections are required at PMI #1 and
#2 if the aft bearing shroud is not
vented. If the bearing is vented, its
replacement
and
the
following
inspections are due every 700 hours
(PMI 2).
Remove oil cooler and radiator
assembly.
Inspect radiator for damage, dirt,
debris, and signs of leakage.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

98

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect radiator inlet and outlet


lines for chafing and leakage.
Inspect axial fan blades for
distortion, cracks, evidence of
contact between fan blades and
shroud.
Open access panel at rear of oil
cooler duct.
Check inside oil cooler duct for
obstructions, foreign objects, and
cracking. Pay particular attention to
rear bearing and surrounding area
for dirt and debris.
Inspect oil cooler support structure
for security and cracks.
Remove viscous damper bearing
support assembly.
Perform oil cooler drive shaft run
out check.
Replace bearing and re-install
viscous damper bearing support
assembly.
Inspect oil cooler drive shaft for
dents, gouges, indications of
twisting or bending, and loose
lockbolts.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

99

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.02

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect oil cooler drive shaft


exterior for cracks and corrosion.
Inspect oil cooler drive shaft ID for
corrosion, pitting, loss of plating,
and cracks, particularly in area of
cotter pin holes.
On helicopters with oil cooler axial
fan,
70361-03005-103
through
70361-03005-106 installed, inspect
axial fan shaft ID for corrosion,
pitting, loss of plating, and cracks,
particularly in area of cotter pin
holes.
On helicopters with oil cooler axial
fan,
70361-03005-103
through
70361-03005-106 installed, check
output flange retaining nut torque.
Check input flange retaining nut
torque.
Install oil cooler duct access panel.
Install oil
assembly.
2

cooler

and

radiator

6.33 Inspect fuel selector valves for


security and leakage.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

100

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
2

Inspection Requirements
6.34 Inspect APU as follows:

Aircraft Serial No.


MH
0.34

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15T

On helicopters with APU, 116305100 through 116305-300 series,


replace fuel inlet filter.
On helicopters with APU, 116305100 through 116305-300 series,
replace fuel pump filter. If filter is
heavily contaminated, inspect per
TM 55-2835-208-23.
On helicopters with APU, 3800480-1
and 3800480-2, refer to Preventive
Checks and Service, TM 55-2835209-23, paragraph 1-26. Check
counter on APU to determine hours
of operation.
Inspect APU fuel lines and hoses for
kinks, cracks, or leaks.
Inspect APU combustor housing for
cracks, tears, bulges, dents, and
dark blue discoloration indicating
too much heat.
Inspect fuel control enclosure for
leaks.
Inspect fuel drain lines for condition
and security. Inspect APU fuel lines
and fuel control enclosure for leaks.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect APU start motor, pressure,


and return lines for signs of leakage
and security.
Disconnect start motor drain line
and check for evidence of seal
leakage.
Inspect APU supports for cracks,
damage, and security.
Reach through APU exhaust outlet
and turn rotor by hand while
pushing toward air inlet housing.
Check for rubbing contact. Repeat,
while
pulling
rotor
toward
combustor section.

6.35 Inspect bulkhead breakaway valve


on APU compartment deck for visible
yellow line around center of valve. If
yellow line is visible, replace valve.

0.02

15T

6.36
Inspect
engine/APU
fire
extinguisher and protection system as
follows:

1.12

15T

Check engine/APU fire extinguisher


containers for proper weight and
gage pressure.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check cartridges for installation/


manufacturing date.
Inspect fire extinguisher discharge
lines for cracks, chafing, damage,
and proper alignment.
Inspect fire protection system
manifold
tubing
for
cracks,
distortion, corrosion, and security.
Manually actuate fire extinguishing
directional control valve.
2
C

6.37 Inspect No. 1 T700-GE-700 or T700GE-701C turbine engine in periodic


inspection requirements per TM 552840-248-23 as follows:

Replace No. 1 engine load-demand


spindle to collective bias tube roll
pin.

ALL

Check HMU P-3 fitting on Hamilton


Standard
HMU
specific
part
numbers listed in para 1-64.1
TM
1-2840-248-23

Inspect particle separator blower


impeller, shroud, and drive shaft for
erosion,
nicks,
dents,
and
scratches.

15B

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
ALL

ALL

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.04

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Check torque of No. 1 engine


deswirl duct clamp.
Inspect control cables for chafing,
corrosion, and scratches.

Perform S-39 Circuit Checks.

Perform alternator check.

Perform yellow cable check.

ALL

Remove, clean, inspect and reinstall


electrical chip detector.

ALL

Perform electrical chip


continuity verification.

ALL

Inspect engine aft mounts.

2
C

Aircraft Serial No.

detector

6.38 Inspect No. 1 engine control cables


as follows:
Inspect No. 1 engine load-demand
push/pull cable and collective bias
tube linkage at mixer for damage,
security, chafing, and grommet
wear.
Inspect No. 1 engine poweravailable push/pull cable from
firewall to HMU for damage,
security, chafing, and grommet
wear.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

104

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect No. 1 engine poweravailable push/pull cable from


firewall to engine control quadrant
for damage, security, chafing, and
grommet wear.
Inspect No. 1 engine control fuel
selector valve push-pull cable for
damage and security.
Inspect cable-mounting brackets for
security.
Perform load-demand
cable friction check.
2

push/pull

6.39 Inspect No. 1 engine starter as


follows:
Inspect No. 1 engine starter for
cracks, condition, and security.
Drain oil from starter and re-service.
Install new packing in oil filler cap
and oil drain plug.
Inspect start system pneumatic
tubes for damage and security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

105

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

6.40 Inspect No. 1 engine compartment


breakaway
valves,
crossfeed
breakaway valve, and tee breakaway
valve for visible yellow line around
center of valve. If yellow line is visible,
replace valve.

0.02

15T

6.41 Inspect No. 1 engine flame


detectors for cleanness, evidence of
overheating, security, and cracked or
broken shields.

0.02

15T

6.42 Inspect No. 1 engine compartment


electrical wiring as follows:

0.04

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect No. 1 engine compartment


electrical wiring for evidence of
fraying, chafing, overheating, and
condition.
Inspect all electrical connectors for
security.
Inspect electrical components for
security and proper grounding.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

2
C

6.43 Inspect No. 2 T700-GE-700 or T700GE-701C turbine engine in periodic


inspection requirements per TM 552840-248-23 as follows:

Replace No. 2 engine load-demand


spindle to collective bias tube roll
pin.

ALL

Check HMU P-3 fitting on Hamilton


Standard
HMU
specific
part
numbers listed in para 1-64.1 TM 12840-248-23.

Inspect particle separator blower


impeller, shroud, and drive shaft for
erosion,
nicks,
dents,
and
scratches.

ALL

Check torque of No. 2 engine


deswirl duct clamp.

ALL

Inspect control cables for chafing,


corrosion, and scratches.

Perform S-39 Circuit Checks.

Perform alternator check.

Perform yellow cable check.

ALL

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

15B
15B

Remove, clean, inspect and reinstall


electrical chip detector.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
ALL

ALL

2
C

Inspection Requirements
Perform electrical chip
continuity verification.

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.04

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

detector

Inspect engine aft mounts.

6.44 Inspect No. 2 engine control cable


as follows:
Inspect No. 2 engine load-demand
push/pull cable and collective bias
tube linkage at mixer for damage,
security, chafing, and grommet
wear.
Inspect No. 2 engine poweravailable push/pull cable from
firewall to HMU for damage,
security, chafing, and grommet
wear.
Inspect No. 2 engine poweravailable push/pull cable from
firewall to engine control quadrant
for damage, security, chafing, and
grommet wear.
Inspect No. 2 engine control fuel
selector valve push-pull cable for
damage and security.
Inspect cable-mounting brackets for
security.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements
Perform load-demand
cable friction check.

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

push/pull

6.45 Inspect No. 2 engine starter as


follows:
Inspect No. 2 engine starter for
cracks, condition, and security.
Drain oil from starter and re-service.
Install new packing in oil filler cap
and oil drain plug.
Inspect start system pneumatic
tubes for damage and security.

6.46 Inspect No. 2 engine compartment


breakaway
valves,
crossfeed
breakaway valve, and tee breakaway
valve for visible yellow line around
center of valve. If yellow line is visible,
replace valve.

0.02

15T

6.47 Inspect No. 2 engine flame


detectors for cleanness, evidence of
overheating, security, and cracked or
broken shields.

0.02

15T

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.
2

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

6.48 Inspect No. 2 engine compartment


electrical wiring as follows:

0.04

15T

3.14

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect No. 2 engine compartment


electrical wiring for evidence of
fraying, chafing, overheating, and
condition.
Inspect all electrical connectors for
security.
Inspect electrical components for
security and proper grounding.

6.49 HIRSS> Inspect as follows: <=


Remove HIRSS
helicopter.

modules

from

Disassemble cores from modules


and remove baffles from cores.
Inspect rear fairing and panel for
cracks, dents, and security of
attachment hardware.
Inspect nacelle for cracks, dents,
and
security
of
attachment
hardware.
Inspect suppressor and nacelle
support mounts for cracks or
damaged bearings (TM 1-1520-23723).
FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

110

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.01

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect module bulkhead for cracks.


Inspect titanium/steel structure for
cracks, and broken spot welds and
rivets.
Inspect finger seals for loose rivets
or bonds.
Inspect core assembly for cracks
and erosion of emissive coating.
Inspect deswirl ducts for damage
and deswirl duct clamps for cracks
or damage.
Inspect
HIRSS
mount
strut
attachment nut plates, struts, and
mount hardware for corrosion,
cracks, and proper installation.
Assemble baffles in cores
install cores in modules.

and

Install modules on helicopter.

6.50 If
modules
follows:

standard engine exhaust


are installed, inspect as

Inspect exhaust fairings for cracks


and missing or corroding fasteners.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

0.06

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect exhaust ejectors for damage


and foreign objects.

6.51 Inspect
follows:

main

rotor

pylon

as

Inspect main rotor pylon structure,


engine cowlings, air inlet fairings,
and engine air inlets for cracks and
missing or corroding fasteners.
Inspect APU air inlet screens for
debris or foreign object damage
(FOD).
Check main rotor pylon sliding
cover screens for obstruction.
Inspect main rotor pylon sliding
cover rollers and tracks for damage
and wear.
Inspect engine air inlets for foreign
objects and foreign object damage.
Inspect upper and rear main rotor
pylon fairings for cracks and
missing fasteners.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

112

TM 1-1520-237-PMI
Area Name and No.
6. MAIN ROTOR PYLON SECTION (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

Aircraft Serial No.


MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect engine-cowling latches for


cracks, positive latching, and
secure closure.
Close and open cover. Check for
smooth operation with no binding.
Close and secure main rotor pylon
sliding
cover,
oil
cooler
compartment doors, and APU
compartment doors.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

113

TM 1-1520-237-PMI

PHASE INSP NO.____________

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Area Name and No.


AVIONICS/ ANTENNAS
PHASE
NO.
1

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

1. Inspect all antennas as follows:

MOS Status

1.00

15N

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Inspect antennas, gaskets (where


installed), and connectors for
damage, cracks, security, and
cleanness.
Inspect insulators for cracks and
burn marks.
Inspect antenna lead-ins and
connectors for signs of overheating
and damage.
Inspect wiring
security.

for

fraying

and

2. Inspect IR countermeasures set


transmitter and shock mounts and
mounting support and shroud for
security, cracks, and damage.

0.02

15N

3. Inspect chaff and flare dispenser


installation provisions for security,
cracks, and damage.

0.02

15N

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI

PHASE INSP NO._______

PERIODIC INSPECTION CHECKLIST

Area Name and No.


POWER ON INSPECTIONS
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

NOTE
Procedures
for
the
following
operational checks are in TM 1-1520237-23 or TM 11-1520-237-23 unless
otherwise noted.
1

1. Do an operational
instrument panel lights.

check

of

0.01

15F

2. Do an operational check of upper and


lower console lighting.

0.01

15F

3. Do an operational check of all cabin


dome lights.

0.01

15F

4. Do an operational check of cockpit,


flood, and secondary lights.

0.01

15F

5. Do an operational check of utility and


maintenance lights.

0.01

15F

6. Do an operational check of
instrument panel and console lights
dimming.

0.01

15F

7. Do an operational check of formation


lights.

0.01

15F

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.


POWER ON INSPECTIONS (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

8. Do an operational check of
controllable searchlight.

0.01

15F

9. Do an operational check of position


lights.

0.01

15F

10. Do an operational check of


retractable landing light.

0.01

15F

11. Do an operational check of anticollision lights.

0.01

15F

12. Do an operational check of cargo


hook lights.

0.01

15F

13. Do an operational check of No. 1


engine fuel filter bypass warning
system.

0.12

15F

14. Do an operational check of No. 2


engine fuel filter bypass warning
system.

0.12

15F

15. Do an operational check of No. 1


engine oil filter bypass warning
system.

0.05

15F

16. Do an operational check of no. 2


engine oil filter bypass warning
system.

0.05

15F

17. Do an operational check of engine


fire detection system.

2.0

15F

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

Action Taken

Initial

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Area Name and No.
POWER ON INSPECTIONS (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

18. Do an operational check of fuel


quantity indicating system. Check
system for accuracy.

1.55

15F

ALL
C

19. Do an operational check of


engine,
main
transmission,
intermediate gear box, and tail gear
box chip detector and temperature
sensor systems.

1.00

15F

20. Do an operational check of No. 1


engine TGT indicating system.

0.13

15F
15B

21. Do an operational check of No. 2


engine TGT indicating system.

0.13

15F
15B

22. Do an operational check of pitot


tube heater.

0.1

15F

23. Do an operational check


windshield anti-ice system.

of

0.1

15T

24. Do an operational check of cargo


hook emergency release test circuit.

0.24

15F

25. Do an operational check of fire


extinguishing system.

0.50

15F

26. Do an operational
stabilator system.

4.0

15F

check

of

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

Action Taken

Initial

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Area Name and No.
POWER ON INSPECTIONS (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

27. Do an operational check of digital


automatic flight control units.

1.0

15N

28. Do an operational check of pitotstatic system.

1.0

15F

ALL

29. Do an operational check of all


transmission instruments and oil
warning systems.

3.0

15N

30. Do an operational check


gyromagnetic compass set.

of

1.0

15N

31. Perform Hydraulic Logic Module


Test (Para 7-2-1)

0.24

15T

32. Do an operational check of


communications
/
navigation
equipment.

1.0

15T

33. UH-60Q/HH-60LTilt back co-pilots


seat. Apply electrical power to
helicopter and check the following:
<=

0.10

15T

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

Verify system default indicator


has no fault indication. Press PTD
button and verify all LEDS
illuminate and after 3 seconds go
off.

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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Area Name and No.
POWER ON INSPECTIONS (CONT)

Aircraft Serial No.

PHASE
NO.

Inspection Requirements

MH

MOS Status

34. Check flight control system for


binding. If binding occurs, check
flight control bolt installation. Check
tail rotor servo for bent input pilot
valve stem.

0.15

15T

35. Do the hydraulic leak test portion


of the hydraulic systems operational
check only.

0.4

15T

36. Do an operational check of APU


and APU electronic sequence unit.

0.43

15T

37. Do an operational check of main


and tail rotor blade deice systems.

0.5

15T

0.43

15T

ALL

Make sure all doors, covers, panels,


fairings, etc. opened during the
periodic inspection are closed and
secured
before
performing
operational check of the No. 1, 2, and
APU generators, oil cooler vibration
check, or engine output shaft
vibration check.

ALL
C

38. Perform engine


vibration check.

output

shaft

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

Action Taken

Initial

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Area Name and No.
POWER ON INSPECTIONS (CONT)
PHASE
NO.

ALL
C

Aircraft Serial No.

Inspection Requirements
Install engine air inlets before
flight.
39. Perform Idle Speed Leakage
check both engines.

MH

MOS Status

Date:

Faults and/or Remarks

Action Taken

Initial

0.4

ALL
C

40. Perform oil cooler vibration check.

0.4

41. Do an operational check of the


No.1, 2, and APU generators.

5.1

15F

ALL

42. Do tail rotor vibration check due


to removal/installation of tail rotor
blades.

0.50

15T

43. UH-60Q/HH-60L Perform an


operational check of the ECS
systems. <=

0.24

15T

FOD REMINDER
Check work area for tools and parts after completion of maintenance inspection.

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TM 1-1520-237-PMI
By Order of the Secretary of the Army:
PETER J. SCHOOMAKER
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff
Official:

SANDRA R. RILEY
Administrative Assistant to the
Secretary of the Army
0504704

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7. Date Sent: 19--OCT--93
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The Metric System and Equivalents


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

L inear Measu re
centimeter = 10 millimeters = .39 inch
decimeter = 10 centimeters = 3. 94 inches
meter = 10 decimeters = 39. 37 inches
dekameter = 10 meters = 32. 8 feet
hec tometer = 10 deka meters = 328. 08 feet
kilometer = 10 hec tometers = 3,280. 8 feet
Weights
centigram = 10 milligrams = 1.5 grain
1
decigram = 10 centigrams = 1.54 grains
1
gram = 10 decigrams = .035 ounce
1
dekagram = 10 grams = .35 ounce
1

1
1
1
1
1
1

L iquid Measu re
centileter = 1 milliliters = .34 fl. ounce
deciliter = 10 centiliters = 3. 38 ounces
liter = 10 deciliters = 33. 81 fl. ounces
dekaliter = 10 liters = 2. 64 gallons
hec toliter = 10 dekaliters = 26. 42 gallons
kiloliter = 10 hec toliters = 264. 18 gallons

hec togram = 10 dekagrams = 3. 52 ounces


kilogram = 10 hec tograms = 2. 2 pounds
quintal = 100 kilograms = 220. 46 pounds
metric ton = 10 quintals = 1. 1 s hort tons

1
1
1
1
1
1

s q.
s q.
s q.
s q.
s q.
s q.

S quare Measu re
centimeter = 100 s q. millimeters = .155 s q. inch
decimeter = 100 s q. centimeters = 15. 5 s q. inches
meter (centare) = 100 s q. decimeters = 10. 76 s q. feet
dekameter (are) = 100 s q. meters = 1, 076. 4 feet
hec tometer (hec tare) = 100 s q. dekameters = 2. 47 ac res
kilometer = 100 s q. hec tometers = .386 s q. mile

Cu bic Measu re
1 cu. centimeter = 1000 cu. millimeters = .06 cu. inch
1 cu. decimeter = 1000 cu. centimeters = 61. 02 cu. inches
1 cu. meter = 100 cu. decimeters = 35. 31 feet

Approximate Conversion Factors


To C hange
inches
feet
yards
miles
s quare inches
s quare feet
s quare yards
s quare miles
ac res
cubic feet
cubic yards
fluid ounces
pints
quarts
gallons
ounces
pounds
s hort tons
pound--feet
pound--inches

To
Multiply B y
centimeters
2.540
meters
.305
meters
.914
kilometers
1.609
s quare centimeters
6.451
s quare meters
.093
s quare meters
.836
s quare kilometers
2. 590
s quare hec tometers
.405
cubic meters
.028
cubic meters
.765
mililiters
29. 573
liters
.473
liters
.946
liters
3.785
grams
28. 349
kilograms
.454
metric tons
.907
newton--meters
1. 356
newton--meters
.11296

To C hange
ounce--inches
centimeters
meters
meters
kilometers
s quare centimeters
s quare meters
s quare meters
s quare kilometers
s quare hec tometers
cubic meters
cubic meters
milliliters
liters
liters
liters
grams
kilograms
metric tons

To
newton--meters
inches
feet
yards
miles
s quare inches
s quare feet
s quare yards
s quare miles
ac res
cubic feet
cubic yards
fluid ounces
pints
quarts
gallons
ounces
pounds
s hort tons

Temperature (Exact)
F

F ahrenheit
temperature

5/9 (after
s ubtracting 32)

C els ius
temperature

Multiply B y
.007062
.394
3. 280
1.094
.621
.155
10. 764
1. 196
.386
2.471
35. 315
1. 308
.034
2. 113
1. 057
.264
.035
2. 205
1. 102