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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Subject

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Section
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TIME LIMITS/MAINTENANCE CHECKS

050000

Description and Operation

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SERVICE AND ROUTINE CHECKS

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Inspection/Check

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Service Check
Routine Check
ZONAL INSPECTIONS

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Internal Zonal Inspection
External Zonal Inspection

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Internal Inspection

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External Inspection

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General Visual Inspection for a

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System/Powerplant
Zonal Inspection

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Structural Inspection

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UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE CHECKS

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Visual Inspection for Hard/Overweight Landing
INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR (IDG)

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EXTREME TURBULENCE OR MANEUVER

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Visual Inspection for Extreme Turbulence or
Maneuver Damage
OVERSPEED CONDITION

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Visual Inspection of the Flaps and the Landing
Gear for Overspeed Damage
LIGHTNING STRIKE AND STATIC DISCHARGE

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Introduction
Visual EnRoute Inspection for Lightning Strike

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Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the

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Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the

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Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the

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Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the

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Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike when

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Inspection after Volcanic Ash Contamination
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TIME LIMITS/MAINTENANCE CHECKS DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1.

General
A. Section 51000, Time Limits, and Section 52000, Scheduled Maintenance Checks,
are found in the Maintenance Requirements Manual (MRM), Document No.
CSPA053. Part 1, Section 2 of the MRM contains the complete CL6002B19
Maintenance Review Board Report (MRBR) and is the only source of information for the
Regional Jet Scheduled Maintenance Program.
B. Section 55000 includes data of the unscheduled maintenance inspection/checks
which are done when an aircraft was operated in unusual conditions.

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SERVICE AND ROUTINE INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The tasks that follow are for the service and routine scheduled maintenance checks.
These checks follow the order of a walkaround style check. These checks are made up
of maintenance review board requirements found in the Maintenance Requirements
Manual, CSP A053.

TASK 052000200801
Service Check
1. Reason for the Job
Refer to MRB F12200001, MRB 26210103, MRB 28110001, MRB 28110005,
MRB 28120001, MRB 32400001, MRB 32400003, MRB 32400005, MRB
32432601, MRB 79110103, and MRB 79120001.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052000946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 121128750802
TASK 121232610806
TASK 121379612802
TASK 122100110803
TASK 281201710801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 281202710801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324101210803
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 574101110801

DESIGNATION
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Water Contamination Test
Tire Pressure Inspection
Service Engine Oil from Replenishment Tank
Cleaning of the Aircraft Windows
Operational Test of the Main Tank Relief Valve
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Operational Test of the CenterTank Relief Valve
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Main Tire Retreadable
Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Tire
NonRetreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Tire Retreadable
Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nose Tire
NonRetreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nose Tire Retreadable
Michelin Tires
Cleaning of the Wing Leading Edges

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3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052000010001
A.

Open the access door that follows:


ACCESS

311BB

DESIGNATION
Aft equipment compartment door

4. Procedure
Subtask 052000890001
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B.
C.

D.
E.
F.

G.
H.
I.
J.
K.

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M.

Clean the windshields (Ref. TASK 122100110803).


Do a visual check of the nose landing gear, doors and wheel assemblies for condition,
leakage and safety of installation(Ref. TASK 322000210801).
Examine the nose wheel tires for correct tread depth wear and damage (Ref. TASK
324201210801 or TASK 324201210802, as applicable).
NOTE: The maximum tread wear allowed is to the bottom of the tread.
Measure the tire pressure of the nose landing gear and service as necessary (Ref. TASK
121232610806).
Do a visual check of the left main landing gear wheel assemblies for condition, leakage
and safety of installation(Ref. TASK 321000210801).
Examine the left main wheel tires for correct tread depth, wear and damage (Ref. TASK
324101210801 or TASK 324101210802 or TASK 324101210803, as
applicable).
NOTE: The maximum tread wear allowed is to the bottom of the tread.
Measure the tire pressure of the left main landing gear and service as necessary (Ref.
TASK 121232610806).
Clean the left wing leading edge of foreign objects (Ref. TASK 574101110801).
Do a check of all water drain valves. Examine the fuel in the left wing and center fuel
tanks for contamination (Ref. TASK 121128750802).
Examine the fuel access panels and the fuel drain valves (left and center fuel tanks).
Do an operational test of the fuel tank relief valves (left and center fuel tanks) as follows:
(1) Pull the T Handle down to unseat the relief valve and return the handle to reseat the
valve.
(2) Make sure that the valve opens and closes easily.
(Ref. TASK 281201710801 and TASK 281202710801).
Service the oil replenishment tank (Ref. TASK 121379612802).
Do an operational test of the fuel tank relief valves (right fuel tank) as follows:
(1) Pull the T Handle down to unseat the relief valve and return the handle to reseat the
valve.
(2) Make sure that the valve opens and closes easily.
(Ref. TASK 281201710801).

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O.
P.
Q.
R.

S.
T.
U.

Examine the fuel access panels and the fuel drain valves (right fuel tank).
Do a check of all water drain valves. Examine the fuel for contamination (right fuel tank)
(Ref. TASK 121128750802).
Clean the right wing leading edge of foreign objects (Ref. TASK 574101110801).
Do a visual check of the left main landing gear wheel assemblies for condition, leakage
and safety of installation (Ref. TASK 321000210801).
Examine the right main wheel tires for correct tread depth, wear and damage (Ref. TASK
324101210801 or TASK 324101210802 or TASK 324101210803, as
applicable).
NOTE: The maximum tread wear allowed is to the bottom of the tread.
Measure the tire pressure of the right main landing gear and service as necessary (Ref.
TASK 121232610806).
Connect external AC power (Ref. TASK 120007861801).
Do the operational test of the LH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light and the RH ENG FIRE
PUSH switch/light as follows:
(1) On the FIRE DETECTION panel installed in the overhead instrument panel, set the
switches that follow to BOTH:
LH ENG
LH JET
RH ENG
RH JET
APU.
(2) Set and hold the TEST switch to WARN.
(3) Make sure that the results that follow occur:
The LH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light comes on in red
The RH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light comes on in red.
(4) On the FIRE DETECTION panel, release the TEST switch.
(5) Make sure that the results that follow occur:
The LH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light goes off
The RH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light goes off.
(6) Push the LH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light.
(7) Make sure that the results that follow occur:
The BOTTLE 1 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light comes on in green
The BOTTLE 2 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light comes on in green
On the primary engine indication and crew alerting system (EICAS) display
(ED 1), make sure that the L ENG SOV CLSD indication is shown in amber
On the secondary EICAS display (ED 2) status page, make sure that the
HYD SOV 1 CLSD indication is shown in green.
(8) Push the LH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light again.
(9) Make sure that the results that follow occur:
The BOTTLE 1 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light goes off

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The BOTTLE 2 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light goes off
On ED 1, make sure that the L ENG SOV CLSD indication is not shown
On ED 2 status page, make sure that the HYD SOV 1 CLSD indication is not

shown.
(10) Push the RH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light.
(11) Make sure that the results that follow occur:
The BOTTLE 1 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light comes on in green
The BOTTLE 2 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light comes on in green
On the primary engine indication and crew alerting system (EICAS) display
(ED 1), make sure that the R ENG SOV CLSD indication is shown in amber
On the secondary EICAS display (ED 2) status page, make sure that the
HYD SOV 2 CLSD indication is shown in green.
(12) Push the RH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light again.
(13) Make sure that the results that follow occur:
The BOTTLE 1 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light goes off
The BOTTLE 2 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH switch/light goes off
On ED 1, make sure that the R ENG SOV CLSD indication is not shown
On ED 2 status page, make sure that the HYD SOV 2 CLSD indication is not
shown.
V. Remove external AC power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).
5. Close Out
Subtask 052000941001
A.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

Subtask 052000410001
B.

Close the access door that follows:


ACCESS

311BB

DESIGNATION
Aft equipment compartment door

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TASK 052000200802
Routine Check
1. Reason for the Job
Refer to MRB 25610201, CMR C262013103, CMR C262013102, CMR
C274011301, CMR C280014201, CMR C301014102, MRB 25610301, MRB
27350101, MRB 32431601, MRB 32000009, MRB 32430601, MRB 72210009,
MRB 29111101, MRB 29121101, MRB 21511301, MRB 32000004, and MRB
26210103.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052000944001
A.

Consumable Materials
REFERENCE

02002
05001

DESIGNATION
Hydraulic fluid, petroleum base
Cloths, cleaning, lowlint

Subtask 052000946002
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 121229614802
TASK 122032640807
TASK 215113220801
TASK 256100220801
TASK 256100710801
TASK 261100710801
TASK 261200710801
TASK 262101710801
TASK 262200710801
TASK 273500220801
TASK 274000710801
TASK 281300710801
TASK 301100740801

DESIGNATION
Replenish the Accumulators of the Hydraulic
Systems
Lubrication of the Shock Strut and Trailing Arm of
the MLG
Detailed Inspection of the Air Cycle Machine (ACM)
Oil Level
Detailed Inspection of the First Aid and Medical Kit
Seals
Operational Test of the Flashlights
Operational Test of the Engine
Fire/OverheatDetection System
Operational Test of the APU FireDetection
System
Operational Test of the LH ENG FIRE PUSH
Switch/Light and the RH ENG FIRE PUSH
Switch/Light
Operational Test of the APU FireExtinguishing
System
Detailed Inspection of the AngleofAttack Vanes
Operational Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
System
Operational Test of the Fuel ManualCrossflow
System
SelfTest of the Anti Ice Duct System

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REFERENCE
TASK 324300210801
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 792113210801

DESIGNATION
General Visual Inspection of the Brake System
Hydraulic Lines and Components
Remove MLG wheel bins
Install MLG wheel bins
Visual Inspection of the Engine OilDetection
Panel

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052000010002
A.

Open the access panels that follow:


ACCESS

311AL
311BB
311BZ
B.

DESIGNATION
Ground air supply connection door
Aft equipment compartment door
APU compartment access panel

Remove the main landing gear wheel bins (Ref. TASK 538301000801).

4. Procedure
Subtask 052000890002
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
M.
N.

Do a detailed inspection of the first aid and medical kit seals (Ref. TASK
256100220801).
Do a check of the flashlights (Ref. TASK 256100710801).
Do a check of the LH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light (Ref. TASK 262101710801).
Do a check of the RH ENG FIRE PUSH switch/light (Ref. TASK 262101710801).
Do a check of the Engine fire/oveheatdetection system (Ref. TASK
261100710801).
Do a detailed inspection of the air cycle machine (ACM) oil leve(Ref. TASK
215113220801).
Do a check of the APU firedetection system (Ref. TASK 261200710801).
Do a check of the APU fireextinguishing system (Ref. TASK 262200710801).
Do a check of the horizontal stabilizer trim system (Ref. TASK 274000710801).
Do a check of the fuel manualcrossflow system (Ref. TASK 281300710801).
Do a selftest of the antiice duct system (Ref. TASK 301100740801).
Do a check of the AOA vanes for freedom of movement (Ref. TASK
273500220801) and ensure drain holes are clear.
Do a check of all the hydraulic lines and components in the nose hydraulic compartment
for condition, leakage and safety of installation (Ref. TASK 324300210801).
Do a detailed inspection of the nose landing gear shock strut for leakage, security and
condition.

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O.

Clean the nose landing gear piston with a 05001 clean cloth moistened with 02002
hydraulic fluid (MILH5606) and rub with a 05001 clean dry cloth.
P. Do a check of the No. 2 and 3 hydraulic system brake accumulator and service as
necessary (Ref. TASK 121229614802).
Q. Do a detailed inspection of the left main landing gear shock strut for leakage, security
and condition.
R. Clean the left landing gear piston with a 05001 clean cloth moistened with 02002
hydraulic fluid (MILH5606) and rub with a 05001 clean dry cloth.
S. Lubricate the left landing gear shock strut and the left trailing arm (Ref. TASK
122032640807).
T. Do a visual check of the engine oildetection panel (Ref. TASK 792113210801).
U. Do a visual check of the nitrogen charge of the No. 1 and 2 hydraulic system
accumulators and service as necessary (Ref. TASK 121229614802).
V. Do a visual inspection for the conditions of the items that follow:
Cables
Wires
APU and related components
Fay sealant
Upper and lower titanium ducts
Bellows
Structure.
W. Do a detailed inspection of the right main landing gear shock strut for leakage, security
and condition.
X. Clean the right landing gear piston with a 05001 clean cloth moistened with 02002
hydraulic fluid (MILH5606) and rub with a 05001 clean dry cloth.
Y. Lubricate the right landing gear shock strut and the right trailing arm (Ref. TASK
122032640807).
Z. Do a visual check of the nitrogen charge of the No. 3 hydraulic system accumulators and
service as necessary (Ref. TASK 121229614802).
Subtask 052000941002
AA. Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.
Subtask 052000410002
AB. Close the access panels that follow:
ACCESS
311AL
311BB
311BZ

DESIGNATION
Ground air supply connection door
Aft equipment compartment door
APU compartment access panel

AC. Install the main landing gear wheel bins (Ref. TASK 538301400801).

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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The definitions and procedures that follow identify the intent of the types of inspection
that follow:
General Visual Inspection for the Systems/Powerplant (Maintenance Review Board
(MRB) Task)
Zonal Inspection (MRB Task)
Structural Inspection (MRB Task).
B. The applicable task card will identify the steps and/or specifics that are required for each
scheduled inspection.

TASK 052100210801
Internal Zonal Inspection
1. Reason for the Job
A. All of the internal zonal inspections are given in the Maintenance Requirements Manual.
The task card will give the specific area to be inspected.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052100943001
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
None Specified
None Specified
None Specified

DESIGNATION
Flashlight
Hand tools (as necessary)
Work stands (as necessary)

Subtask 052100010001
B.

Where applicable, access to a specified zone is given on the task card.

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052100010002
A.

Where applicable, refer to the task card to remove or open access panels, fairings, or
doors.

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4. Procedure
Subtask 052100210001
A.

Do an internal zonal inspection of the zone that is specified on the task card as follows:
(1) Examine the area for cleanliness.
(2) If the surfaces of the components have a protective coating (paint, alodine, etc.),
examine the protective coating condition for signs of damage.
(3) Examine the condition of all related fasteners for signs of corrosion or failure.
(4) Examine all of the electrical wires, connectors, and harness runs in the zone for
condition and safety of installation.
(5) Examine all of the hydraulic, oil, and fuel lines, and the pneumatic lines and ducts
for signs of leakage, condition, and safety of installation.
(6) Look for signs that water or contaminants have gone into the zone, or signs that
(items in) the zone have become too hot.
(7) Examine the operation of the drain ports and cleanliness of drain holes.
(8) Examine all the access panels, fairings and doors used for access.
(9) Make sure that there are no unwanted objects in the work area.

5. Close Out
Subtask 052100410001
A.

Where applicable, install or close the access panels, fairings, or doors.

Subtask 052100941001
B.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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**ON A/C 70117014, 70177018, 7022, 70267027, 7031, 7035, 70377038, 7040, 70427044,
7046, 7048, 7050, 7080, 70917092, 7100, 7105, 7109, 7111, 71167117, 7123, 7127, 7129,
71317132, 7134, 7141, 71457146, 71507151, 71577159, 7163, 71687169, 7171, 7174,
7199, 7204, 72157216, 72297230, 7235, 7238, 7241, 72447245, 7250, 7253, 7259, 7265,
7267, 7273, 7306, 7312, 7315, 7319, 7326, 7333, 7338, 7344, 7348, 7352, 7354, 7359, 7364,
7366, 7370, 73807381, 7387, 7397, 7408, 7415, 7420, 74277428, 74407441, 7451,
74607461, 74727473, 7482, 7539, 7546, 7552, 7562, 7592, 76127613, 7627, 7637,
76497650, 7655, 76677668, 76707671, 7675, 7689, 7702, 7707, 77297730, 77557756,
7763, 7765, 7774, 77917793, 7796, 7802, 7809, 7816, 7821, 7824, 7841
TASK 052100210802
External Zonal Inspection
1. Reason for the Job
A. All of the external zonal inspections are given in the Maintenance Requirements Manual.
The task card will give the specific area to be inspected.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052100943002
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
None Specified
None Specified
None Specified

DESIGNATION
Flashlight
Hand tools (as necessary)
Work stands (as necessary)

Subtask 052100010003
B.

Where applicable, access to a specified zone is given on the task card.

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052100010004
A.

Where applicable, refer to the task card to remove or open access panels, fairings, or
doors.

4. Procedure
Subtask 052100210002
A.

Do an external zonal inspection of the zone that is specified on the task card as follows:
(1) Examine the area for cleanliness.
(2) If the surfaces of the components have a protective coating (paint, alodine, etc.),
examine the protective coating condition for signs of damage.
(3) Examine the condition of all related fasteners for signs of corrosion or failure.
(4) Examine all of the electrical wires, connectors, and harness runs in the zone for
condition and safety of installation.

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(5) Examine all of the hydraulic, oil, and fuel lines, and the pneumatic lines and ducts
for signs of leakage, condition, and safety of installation.
(6) Look for items in the zone that show signs that they have become too hot.
(7) Examine the operation of the drain ports and cleanliness of drain holes.
(8) Examine all the access panels, fairings and doors used for access.
(9) Make sure that there are no unwanted objects in the work area.
5. Close Out
Subtask 052100410002
A.

Where applicable, install or close the access panels, fairings, or doors.

Subtask 052100941002
B.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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TASK 052100210803
Internal Inspection
1. Reason for the Job
A. Where applicable, all of the internal inspections are given in the Maintenance
Requirements Manual. The task card will give the specific area or component that has to
be inspected.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052100943003
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
None Specified
None Specified
None Specified

DESIGNATION
Flashlight
Hand tools (as necessary)
Work stands (as necessary)

Subtask 052100010005
B.

Where applicable, access to a specified area or component is given on the task card.

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052100010006
A.

Where applicable, refer to the task card to remove or open access panels, fairings, or
doors.

4. Procedure
Subtask 052100210003
A.

Do an internal inspection of the specified area as follows:


(1) If the surfaces of the components have a protective coating (paint, alodine, etc.),
examine the protective coating condition for signs of damage.
(2) Examine the condition of all related fasteners for signs of corrosion or failure.
(3) Examine all of the electrical wires, connectors, and harness runs for condition and
safety of installation.
(4) Examine all of the hydraulic, oil, and fuel lines, and the pneumatic lines and ducts
for signs of leakage, condition, and safety of installation.
(5) Make sure that there are no unwanted objects in the work area.

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5. Close Out
Subtask 052100410003
A.

Where applicable, install or close the access panels, fairings, or doors.

Subtask 052100943004
B.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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TASK 052100210804
External Inspection
1. Reason for the Job
A. Where applicable, all of the external inspections are given in the Maintenance
Requirements Manual. The task card will give the specific area or component that has to
be inspected.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052100943005
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
None Specified
None Specified
None Specified

DESIGNATION
Flashlight
Hand tools (as necessary)
Work stands (as necessary)

Subtask 052100010007
B.

Where applicable, access to a specified area or component is given on the task card.

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052100010008
A.

Where applicable, refer to the task card to remove or open access panels, fairings, or
doors.

4. Procedure
Subtask 052100210004
A.

Do an external inspection of the specified area as follows:


(1) If the surfaces of the components have a protective coating (paint, alodine, etc.),
examine the protective coating condition for signs of damage.
(2) Examine the condition of all related fasteners for signs of corrosion or failure.
(3) Examine all of the electrical wires, connectors, and harness runs for condition and
safety of installation.
(4) Examine all of the hydraulic, oil, and fuel lines, and the pneumatic lines and ducts
for signs of leakage, condition, and safety of installation.
(5) Make sure that there are no unwanted objects in the work area.

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5. Close Out
Subtask 052100410004
A.

Where applicable, install or close the access panels, fairings, or doors.

Subtask 052100943006
B.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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TASK 052100210805
General Visual Inspection for a System/Powerplant
1. Reason for the Job
A. All general visual inspections are identified in the Maintenance Requirements Manual.
The Maintenance Requirements Board (MRB) task card will give the specific equipment
to be inspected.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052100943008
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
None Specified
None Specified
None Specified

DESIGNATION
Flashlight
Hand tools (as necessary)
Work stands (as necessary)

Subtask 052100010009
B.

Where applicable, access to the specified equipment is given with the task cards.

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052100010010
A.

Where applicable, refer to the task cards for removal or open of access panels, fairings,
or doors.

4. Procedure
Subtask 052100210005
A.

The definition of a general visual inspection for a systems/powerplant MRB Task is as


follows:
(1) A visual examination that will detect obvious unsatisfactory
conditions/discrepancies. This type of inspection may require cleaning, removal of
fillets, fairings, access panels/doors, etc. Workstands, ladders, etc., may be
required to gain proximity.

5. Close Out
Subtask 052100410005
A.

Where applicable, install or close the access panels, fairings, or doors as shown on the
task cards.

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Subtask 052100941003
B.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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TASK 052100210806
Zonal Inspection
1. Reason for the Job
A. All zonal inspections are identified in the Maintenance Requirements Manual. The
Maintenance Requirements Board (MRB) task card will give the specific area to be
inspected.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052100943009
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
None Specified
None Specified
None Specified

DESIGNATION
Flashlight
Hand tools (as necessary)
Work stands (as necessary)

Subtask 052100010011
B.

Where applicable, access to the specified area is given with the task cards.

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052100010012
A.

Where applicable, refer to the task cards for removal or open of access panels, fairings,
or doors.

4. Procedure
Subtask 052100210006
A.

The definition of a zonal inspection is as follows:


(1) The entire visible contents of the zone must be inspected for obvious damage,
chafing, dents, security of installation of pulleys, wiring ducting, tubing, etc., and
general condition including corrosion or leaks. Zonal inspections will be conducted
within touching distance, unless otherwise stated.

5. Close Out
Subtask 052100410006
A.

Where applicable, install or close the access panels, fairings, or doors as shown on task
cards.

Subtask 052100943010
B.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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TASK 052100220801
Structural Inspection
1. Reason for the Job
A. All structural inspections are identified in the Maintenance Requirements Manual. The
Maintenance Requirements Board (MRB) task card will give the specific area to be
inspected.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 052100943011
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
None Specified
None Specified
None Specified

DESIGNATION
Flashlight
Hand tools (as necessary)
Work stands (as necessary)

Subtask 052100010013
B.

Where applicable, access to the specified structure is given with the task cards.

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 052100010014
A.

Where applicable, refer to the task cards for removal or open of access panels, fairings,
or doors.

4. Procedure
Subtask 052100210007
A.

The definition of a structural inspection is as follows:


(1) An intensive visual examination of a specified structure. It searches for evidence of
irregularity using adequate lighting and, where necessary, inspection aids such as
mirrors, hand lens, etc. Surface cleaning and elaborate access procedures may be
required.

5. Close Out
Subtask 052100410007
A.

Where applicable, install or close the access panels, fairings, or doors as shown on task
cards.

Subtask 052100943012
B.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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**ON A/C ALL


UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE CHECKS DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
1.

General
A. This section includes the data on the unscheduled maintenance checks that must be
done when an aircraft is operated, or when servicing is done, in unusual conditions. For
some conditions there is more than one task. The data is given in the sections that
follow:
Hard/Overweight Landing Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055101)
Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) Disconnects with Engine Running
Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055102)
Severe Turbulence Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055103)
Overspeed Condition Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055104)
Lightning Strike Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055105)
Volcanic Ash Contamination Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055106)
Engine Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055107).
Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Surges Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055108)
Air Driven Generator (ADG) Deployment Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055119)
Bird Strike Condition Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055125)
High Energy Stop (HES)/Rejected Takeoff (RTO) Inspection/Check (Ref.
AMM 055127)
Tire Burst Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055129)
Engine Driven Pump (EDP) Operated Dry After Hydraulic Fluid Loss
Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055133).
Emergency/Accidental Deployment of the Passenger Oxygen System
Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055135)
Aileron Wing Pulleys Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055136)
Overweight Jacking Inspection/Check (Ref. AMM 055139).

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**ON A/C ALL


HARD/OVERWEIGHT LANDING INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The maintenance procedure that follows is for the visual inspection of the aircraft after a
hard or overweight landing. The visual inspection is used to make sure that the aircraft is
serviceable after a hard or overweight landing.

TASK 055101210801
Visual Inspection for Hard/Overweight Landing
NOTE: At this time there is no accurate procedure to calculate the vertical speed of the aircraft
when it touches the runway. You must do this inspection if the pilot makes a report that
the aircraft made a hard or overweight landing.
1. Definitions
A. The Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) is the maximum weight (pounds/kilograms)
approved for the landing touchdown.
B. The Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) is the maximum weight (pounds/kilograms)
approved for the start of takeoff.
C. An Overweight Landing is defined as a landing at more than MLW.
D. A Hard Landing is defined as follows:
A landing at a vertical descent rate greater than 600 ft/min (feet per minute) when the
gross weight of the aircraft is less than or equal to MLW
A landing at a vertical descent rate greater than 360 ft/min when the gross weight of
the aircraft is greater than MLW, but less than or equal to MTOW.

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2. Job SetUp Information


**ON A/C 70047019, 70217031, 70347051, 70547056, 7058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 7069,
70717075, 70777080, 70827083, 70867087, 70897093, 70957102, 71047105, 7107,
7109, 71117124, 71277132, 71347135, 71377139, 7141, 71457146, 71497161, 7163,
7165, 71687169, 71717175, 71787181, 71857189, 71917196, 71987204, 72067218,
7220, 7225, 72287241, 72437246, 72507251, 72537261, 72637271, 72737295,
72977300, 73027315, 73177319, 7322, 73247331, 73337342, 73447349, 73517364,
73667370, 7372, 7374, 7376, 73797383, 7385, 73877388, 7390, 73927393, 73957402,
74047406, 74087429, 74327435, 74377438, 74407448, 74507463, 7465, 74677477,
7479, 74817485, 74877492, 74957498, 75007507, 75097513, 75157528, 75307546,
75487562, 7564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847590, 75927604, 7606,
76087618, 76207621, 7623, 76267628, 76317660, 76627672, 7675, 76777682,
76847685, 7687, 76897695, 7697, 7699, 77017704, 77077708, 77117717, 77197720,
77227731, 77337737, 77397744, 77487750, 77527757, 77597774, 77767783,
77867789, 77917796, 77987806, 78097827, 78297835, 78377838, 78407845,
78487850, 78527854, 78567861, 7863, 7865, 78677868, 78707876, 78787883, 7885,
7887, 78897893, 7895, 78977900, 7904, 7906, 7909, 79117913, 79167917, 79197920,
7922, 79257927, 7929, 7931, 79347939, 7941, 7945, 7947, 7949, 79517959, 79617963,
79667967, 79787979, 7983, 7985, 79877988, 7990, 80028004, 80068007, 80098011,
80148018, 8022, 8028, 80378038, 80428043, 8050, 80588059, 80618063 and ON A/C
7033, 7052, 7136, 7140, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320, 7350, 7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565,
7622, 76247625, 7629 Pre SB601R25164
Subtask 055101946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 071201582801
TASK 071203582801
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 243201210801
TASK 243202210801
TASK 256200710801
TASK 262107210801
TASK 262501210801
TASK 271100710801

DESIGNATION
Jacking of the Main Landing Gear
Jacking of the Nose Landing Gear
Parking
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the Main Battery
Visual Inspection of the APU Battery
Operational Test of the Artex 2Frequency ELT
System
Visual Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Visual Check of the Cargo FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Operational Test of the Aileron Control System

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REFERENCE
TASK 271300710801
TASK 272100710801
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273100710802
TASK 274000720801
TASK 275400710801
TASK 276400710801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 324326210801
TASK 538201000801
TASK 538201000802
TASK 538201000803
TASK 538201000804
TASK 538201000805
TASK 538201000806
TASK 538201000807
TASK 538201000808
TASK 538201000809
TASK 538201000810
TASK 538201000811
TASK 538201000812
TASK 538201400801
TASK 538201400802
TASK 538201400803
TASK 538201400804

DESIGNATION
Operational Test of the Aileron Disconnect System
Operational Test of the Rudder Control System
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Operational Test of the Pitch Feel System
Functional Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
System
Operational Test of the Flaps
Operational Test of the Flight Spoiler/Spoileron
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Wear Pin Indicator
Removal of the Forward Fairing AccessPanel
Removal of the Right Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Removal of the Forward Side Fairings
Removal of the Center Side Fairings
Removal of the Rear Side Fairings
Removal of the Flap Stub Fairings
Removal of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Removal of the Left OutboardPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the ForwardFairing Access Panel
Installation of the Right Forward
WingtoFuselage Fairing
Installation of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels

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REFERENCE
TASK 538201400805
TASK 538201400806
TASK 538201400807
TASK 538201400808
TASK 538201400809
TASK 538201400810
TASK 538201400811
TASK 538201400812
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Installation of the Forward Side Fairings
Installation of the Center Side Fairings
Installation of the Rear Side Fairings
Installation of the Flap Stub Fairings
Installation of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Installation of the Left OutboardPanel wing
Fairing
Installation of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

**ON A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7070, 7076, 7081, 70847085, 7088, 7106, 7108, 7126,
71437144, 7147, 7162, 7164, 7177, 71827184, 7190, 7197, 7219, 72217223, 7226,
72477248, 7262, 7296, 7301, 7316, 7321, 7323, 7332, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7375, 73777378,
7386, 7389, 7391, 7394, 7403, 7407, 7431, 7436, 7439, 7449, 7464, 7480, 7499, 7567, 7570,
7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7619, 7630, 7738, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910
Subtask 055101946002
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 071201582801
TASK 071203582801
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 243201210801
TASK 243202210801
TASK 256200710802
TASK 262107210801
TASK 262501210801
TASK 271100710801
TASK 271300710801

DESIGNATION
Jacking of the Main Landing Gear
Jacking of the Nose Landing Gear
Parking
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the Main Battery
Visual Inspection of the APU Battery
Operational Test of the Socata ELT 96 System
Visual Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Visual Check of the Cargo FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Operational Test of the Aileron Control System
Operational Test of the Aileron Disconnect System

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REFERENCE
TASK 272100710801
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273100710802
TASK 274000720801
TASK 275400710801
TASK 276400710801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 324326210801
TASK 538201000801
TASK 538201000802
TASK 538201000803
TASK 538201000804
TASK 538201000805
TASK 538201000806
TASK 538201000807
TASK 538201000808
TASK 538201000809
TASK 538201000810
TASK 538201000811
TASK 538201000812
TASK 538201400801
TASK 538201400802
TASK 538201400803
TASK 538201400804
TASK 538201400805

DESIGNATION
Operational Test of the Rudder Control System
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Operational Test of the Pitch Feel System
Functional Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
System
Operational Test of the Flaps
Operational Test of the Flight Spoiler/Spoileron
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Wear Pin Indicator
Removal of the Forward Fairing AccessPanel
Removal of the Right Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Removal of the Forward Side Fairings
Removal of the Center Side Fairings
Removal of the Rear Side Fairings
Removal of the Flap Stub Fairings
Removal of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Removal of the Left OutboardPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the ForwardFairing Access Panel
Installation of the Right Forward
WingtoFuselage Fairing
Installation of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Installation of the Forward Side Fairings

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REFERENCE
TASK 538201400806
TASK 538201400807
TASK 538201400808
TASK 538201400809
TASK 538201400810
TASK 538201400811
TASK 538201400812
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Installation of the Center Side Fairings
Installation of the Rear Side Fairings
Installation of the Flap Stub Fairings
Installation of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Installation of the Left OutboardPanel wing
Fairing
Installation of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 71667167, 7170,
7205, 7249, 7252, 7272, 7343, 7384, 7430, 7466, 7493, 7514, 7529, 7547, 7563, 7591, 7661,
76737674, 7676, 7683, 7686, 7688, 7696, 7698, 7700, 77057706, 77097710, 7718, 7721,
7732, 77457747, 7751, 7758, 7775, 77847785, 7790, 7797, 78077808, 7828, 7836, 7839,
7847, 7851, 7855, 7866, 7869, 7877, 7884, 7886, 7888, 7894, 7896, 7903, 7905, 79077908,
79147915, 7918, 7921, 79237924, 7928, 7930, 79327933, 7940, 79427944, 7946, 7948,
7950, 7960, 79647965, 79687977, 79807982, 7984, 7986, 7989, 80008001, 8005, 8008,
80128013, 80198021, 80238027, 80298036, 80398041, 80448049, 80518057, 8060,
8064, 80668068 and ON A/C 7033, 7052, 7136, 7140, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320, 7350,
7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565, 7622, 76247625, 7629 Post SB601R25164
Subtask 055101946003
C.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 071201582801
TASK 071203582801
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 243201210801
TASK 243202210801
TASK 256200710803
TASK 262107210801

DESIGNATION
Jacking of the Main Landing Gear
Jacking of the Nose Landing Gear
Parking
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the Main Battery
Visual Inspection of the APU Battery
Operational Test of the Artex 3Frequency ELT
System
Visual Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge

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REFERENCE
TASK 262501210801
TASK 271100710801
TASK 271300710801
TASK 272100710801
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273100710802
TASK 274000720801
TASK 275400710801
TASK 276400710801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 324326210801
TASK 538201000801
TASK 538201000802
TASK 538201000803
TASK 538201000804
TASK 538201000805
TASK 538201000806
TASK 538201000807
TASK 538201000808
TASK 538201000809
TASK 538201000810
TASK 538201000811
TASK 538201000812
TASK 538201400801
TASK 538201400802

DESIGNATION
Visual Check of the Cargo FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Operational Test of the Aileron Control System
Operational Test of the Aileron Disconnect System
Operational Test of the Rudder Control System
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Operational Test of the Pitch Feel System
Functional Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
System
Operational Test of the Flaps
Operational Test of the Flight Spoiler/Spoileron
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Wear Pin Indicator
Removal of the Forward Fairing AccessPanel
Removal of the Right Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Removal of the Forward Side Fairings
Removal of the Center Side Fairings
Removal of the Rear Side Fairings
Removal of the Flap Stub Fairings
Removal of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Removal of the Left OutboardPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the ForwardFairing Access Panel
Installation of the Right Forward
WingtoFuselage Fairing

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REFERENCE
TASK 538201400803
TASK 538201400804
TASK 538201400805
TASK 538201400806
TASK 538201400807
TASK 538201400808
TASK 538201400809
TASK 538201400810
TASK 538201400811
TASK 538201400812
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Installation of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Installation of the Forward Side Fairings
Installation of the Center Side Fairings
Installation of the Rear Side Fairings
Installation of the Flap Stub Fairings
Installation of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Installation of the Left OutboardPanel wing
Fairing
Installation of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

**ON A/C ALL


3. Job SetUp
Subtask 055101941001
PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR
NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR
NEAR THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR
DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.

WARNING:

A.
B.

Subtask 055101910001
C. Park the aircraft (Ref. TASK 101101587801).
WARNING: OBEY ALL THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE
ON OR NEAR ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU DO NOT
DO THIS, YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO THE EQUIPMENT.
D. Obey all the electrical safety precautions (Ref. TASK 240000910801).

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Subtask 055101010001
E.

Open the access panels during the inspection/check as necessary.

4. Procedure
Subtask 055101210001
A.

Do a visual inspection of the wings as follows:


(1) Examine the web of the wing rear spar for damage, distortion in the skin panels,
and pulled fasteners.
(2) Examine the winglets for damage.
(3) Examine the leading edge of the wing for distortion in the panels.
(4) Examine the wing upper surface above the MLG attachment points for distortion.
(5) Examine the skin panel of the upper wing, adjacent to the wing/fuselage attachment
fittings, for distortion or pulled fasteners.
(6) Examine the leadingedge wingtofuselage fairing for displacement, access door
distortion, damaged fastener holes, and skin cracks.
(7) Examine the lower wingtofuselage structure for distortion, cracks in the skin, or
damaged paint.
(8) Examine the wings for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(9) Examine the wings for fuel leakage.

Subtask 055101210002
B.

Do a visual inspection of the engines as follows:


(1) Examine the nacelles of the engines for signs of damage, cracks and pulled
fasteners.
(2) Examine the pylons for signs of paint damage, cracks and pulled fasteners.

Subtask 055101210003
C.

If paint damage is found, open the access panels to the engine pylons and do a visual
inspection of each component as follows:
(1) Examine the pylon for cracks or distortion.
(2) Examine the pylon to aircraft beam attachments for cracks.
(3) Look for torn or damaged fasteners.
(4) Examine the inner structure for paint damage.
(5) Examine the pylon for cracks.
(6) Examine the pipes and the ducts for leakage.
(7) Examine the bleed air ducts for distortion.

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Subtask 055101210004
D.

Do a visual inspection of the outer surfaces of the aircraft fuselage as follows:


(1) Examine the fuselage skin panels for damage, distortion or pulled fasteners.
(2) Examine the bottom side of the fuselage for signs of damage or distortion of the
fuselage skin panels.
(3) Examine the fuselage splices for distortion of the aircraft skin or damage to the
paint finish.
(4) Examine the fuselage for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(5) Examine the fuselage for fuel leakage.
(6) Examine the passenger door, open and closed, for distortion.
(7) Examine the service door, open and closed, for distortion.
(8) Examine the left and right emergency exits for distortion.
(9) Examine all of the access panels and the compartment doors.
(10) If external damage is found to the fuselage, continue as follows:
(a) Open the access panels, as necessary, to examine the aircraft internally.
(b) Look for cracks or distortion of the stringers, the fittings, and the component
mounts.
(c) Look for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(d) Look for fuel leakage.

Subtask 055101210006
E.

Examine the floor structure of the flight compartment, the attachment fittings of the pilot
and copilot seats, the overhead console and the pilot and copilot instrument panels for
the conditions that follow:
Distortion
Damage to the paint finish
Pulled fasteners.

Subtask 055101210008
F.

Do a visual check of the cargo fireextinguisher container for the pressure gauge (Ref.
TASK 262501210801).

Subtask 055101210009
G.

Do a visual inspection of the auxiliary power unit (APU) as follows:


(1) Examine all of the external pipes and ducts for damage or leakage.
(2) Remove the access door of the APU.
(3) Look for torn fasteners.
(4) Bulkhead FS755.00 for distortion, damage and cracks.

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Subtask 055101210010
H.

Do a visual inspection of the main battery (Ref. TASK 243201210801).

Subtask 055101210011
I.

Do a visual inspection of the APU battery (Ref. TASK 243202210801).

Subtask 055101210012
J.
K.

Do a visual inspection of the engine fireextinguisher container for the pressure gauge
(Ref. TASK 262107210801).
Do a visual inspection of the APU fireextinguisher container for the pressure gauge.

Subtask 055101210018
L.

M.
N.

Lift the nose landing gear (NLG) clear of the ground (Ref. TASK 071203582801)
and do the steps that follow:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the NLG and doors (Ref. TASK 322000210801).
(2) Do a visual inspection of the NLG attachment points.
(3) Do a visual inspection of the NLG wheel condition.
(4) Do an inspection of the NLG tires (Ref. TASK 324201210801) (For
retreadable Michelin tires Ref. TASK 324201210802).
(5) Do a visual inspection of all components of the gear.
(6) Do a visual inspection of the wheel well for distortion and damage.
Repair or replace the components that you find damaged.
Lower the nose landing gear to the ground (Ref. TASK 071203582801).

Subtask 055101210019
O.

P.

Lift the main landing gear (MLG) clear of the ground (Ref. TASK 071201582801)
and do the steps that follow:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the MLG and doors (Ref. TASK 321000210801).
(2) Examine the MLG wheels for cracks or other damage.
(3) Turn the MLG wheels. Make sure that they move freely.
(4) Remove the MLG wheel bin (Ref. TASK 538301000801).
(5) Examine the wheel bin for damage.
(6) Do a visual inspection of the main wheel/tire assembly (For retreadable Goodyear
tires Ref. TASK 324101210801) (For nonretreadable Michelin tires Ref.
TASK 324101210802).
(7) Do a visual inspection of the MLG attachment points.
(8) Install the MLG wheel bin (Ref. TASK 538301400801).
If damage to the tires or wheels is found, do the steps that follow:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the wear pin indicator (Ref. TASK 324326210801).
(2) Examine the upper and lower ends of the MLG shock strut for leakage of fluid.

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Q.

(3) Examine the MLG struts and linkage for distortion, cracks, or other damage.
(4) Examine the MLG trailing arm, stay actuator and fittings for distortion, damage or
cracks.
(5) Examine the outboard end fusepins of the MLG beam for distortion.
Lower the MLG to the ground (Ref. TASK 071203582801).

Subtask 055101220002
R.

If damage is found during the external wing inspection, do a detailed inspection of the
wings as follows:
(1) Remove, as necessary, the access panels and fairings that follow:
Forwardfairing access panel (Ref. TASK 538201000801)
Right forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201000802)
Left forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201000803)
Wingtofuselage side panels (Ref. TASK 538201000804)
Forward side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000805)
Center side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000806)
Rear side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000807)
Flap stub fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000808)
Right outboard panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000809)
Left outboard panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000810)
Aft panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000811)
Center panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000812).
(2) Examine the left and right wingtofuselage joints for distortion, cracks, and pulled
fasteners.
(3) Examine the wheel well bulkheads for distortion, paint damage, cracks, and pulled
fasteners.
(4) Examine the upper fuselage structure above the primary wing spars and MLG
wheelwell bulkheads for the conditions that follow:
Metal distortion
Paint damage
Cracks
Pulled fasteners
Fasteners that are not there.
(5) Examine the area below the floor beams aft of the wing center section for paint
damage or distortion.
(6) Examine the rear spar for distortion between the end of the fuel tank and the side of
the fuselage.

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Subtask 055101410001
S.

Install the access panels and fairings.


(1) Install, as necessary, the access panels and fairings that follow:
Forwardfairing access panel (Ref. TASK 538201400801)
Right forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201400802)
Left forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201400803)
Wingtofuselage side panels (Ref. TASK 538201400804)
Forward side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400805)
Center side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400806)
Rear side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400807)
Flap stub fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400808)
Right outboard panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201400809)
Left outboard panel wingfairings (Ref. TASK 538201400810)
Aft panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201400811)
Center panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201400812).

Subtask 055101220004
T.

Do a detailed inspection of the horizontal stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine the leading edge for damage to the skin.
(2) Examine the skin panels of the upper and lower horizontal stabilizer for distortion.

Subtask 055101220005
U.

Do a detailed inspection of the vertical stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine the fasteners for damage.
(2) Examine the leading edge for damage to the skin.
(3) Examine the skin panels of the vertical stabilizer for distortion.

Subtask 055101863001
V. Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref. TASK 120006863801).
W. Pressurize hydraulic system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863803).
X. Look for hydraulic fluid leaks.
Subtask 055101710001
Y.

Do an operational test of the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400710801).

Subtask 055101710002
Z.

Do an operational test of the flight spoiler/spoileron (Ref. TASK 276400710801).

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Subtask 055101710003
AA. Do an operational test of the elevator control system (Ref. TASK 273100710801).
Subtask 055101710004
AB. Do an operational test of the rudder control system (Ref. TASK 272100710801).
Subtask 055101720001
AC. Do an operational test of the horizontal stabilizer trim system (Ref.
TASK 274000710801).
Subtask 055101710006
AD. Do an operational test of the aileron control system (Ref. TASK 271100710801).
AE. Do an operational test of the aileron disconnect system (Ref.
TASK 271300710801).
Subtask 055101710007
AF. Do an operational test of the pitch feel system (Ref. TASK 273100710802).
**ON A/C 70047019, 70217031, 70347051, 70547056, 7058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 7069,
70717075, 70777080, 70827083, 70867087, 70897093, 70957102, 71047105, 7107,
7109, 71117124, 71277132, 71347135, 71377139, 7141, 71457146, 71497161, 7163,
7165, 71687169, 71717175, 71787181, 71857189, 71917196, 71987204, 72067218,
7220, 7225, 72287241, 72437246, 72507251, 72537261, 72637271, 72737295,
72977300, 73027315, 73177319, 7322, 73247331, 73337342, 73447349, 73517364,
73667370, 7372, 7374, 7376, 73797383, 7385, 73877388, 7390, 73927393, 73957402,
74047406, 74087429, 74327435, 74377438, 74407448, 74507463, 7465, 74677477,
7479, 74817485, 74877492, 74957498, 75007507, 75097513, 75157528, 75307546,
75487562, 7564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847590, 75927604, 7606,
76087618, 76207621, 7623, 76267628, 76317660, 76627672, 7675, 76777682,
76847685, 7687, 76897695, 7697, 7699, 77017704, 77077708, 77117717, 77197720,
77227731, 77337737, 77397744, 77487750, 77527757, 77597774, 77767783,
77867789, 77917796, 77987806, 78097827, 78297835, 78377838, 78407845,
78487850, 78527854, 78567861, 7863, 7865, 78677868, 78707876, 78787883, 7885,
7887, 78897893, 7895, 78977900, 7904, 7906, 7909, 79117913, 79167917, 79197920,
7922, 79257927, 7929, 7931, 79347939, 7941, 7945, 7947, 7949, 79517959, 79617963,
79667967, 79787979, 7983, 7985, 79877988, 7990, 80028004, 80068007, 80098011,
80148018, 8022, 8028, 80378038, 80428043, 8050, 80588059, 80618063 and ON A/C
7033, 7052, 7136, 7140, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320, 7350, 7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565,
7622, 76247625, 7629 Pre SB601R25164
Subtask 055101720002
AG. Do an operational test of the Artex 2frequency ELT system (Ref.
TASK 256200710801).

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**ON A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7070, 7076, 7081, 70847085, 7088, 7106, 7108, 7126,
71437144, 7147, 7162, 7164, 7177, 71827184, 7190, 7197, 7219, 72217223, 7226,
72477248, 7262, 7296, 7301, 7316, 7321, 7323, 7332, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7375, 73777378,
7386, 7389, 7391, 7394, 7403, 7407, 7431, 7436, 7439, 7449, 7464, 7480, 7499, 7567, 7570,
7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7619, 7630, 7738, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910
Subtask 055101720003
AH. Do an operational test of the Socata ELT 96 (Ref. TASK 256200710802).
**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 71667167, 7170,
7205, 7249, 7252, 7272, 7343, 7384, 7430, 7466, 7493, 7514, 7529, 7547, 7563, 7591, 7661,
76737674, 7676, 7683, 7686, 7688, 7696, 7698, 7700, 77057706, 77097710, 7718, 7721,
7732, 77457747, 7751, 7758, 7775, 77847785, 7790, 7797, 78077808, 7828, 7836, 7839,
7847, 7851, 7855, 7866, 7869, 7877, 7884, 7886, 7888, 7894, 7896, 7903, 7905, 79077908,
79147915, 7918, 7921, 79237924, 7928, 7930, 79327933, 7940, 79427944, 7946, 7948,
7950, 7960, 79647965, 79687977, 79807982, 7984, 7986, 7989, 80008001, 8005, 8008,
80128013, 80198021, 80238027, 80298036, 80398041, 80448049, 80518057, 8060,
8064, 80668068 and ON A/C 7033, 7052, 7136, 7140, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320, 7350,
7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565, 7622, 76247625, 7629 Post SB601R25164
Subtask 055101720004
AI. Do an operational test of the Artex 3frequency ELT system (Ref.
TASK 256200710803).
**ON A/C ALL
5. Close Out
Subtask 055101863002
A.
B.

Release the hydraulic pressure from systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref.
TASK 120006863802).
Release the hydraulic pressure from system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863804).

Subtask 055101861001
C.

Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055101941002
D.
E.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilot and copilot rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.

Subtask 055101941003
F.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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**ON A/C ALL


INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATOR (IDG) DISCONNECTS WITH ENGINE RUNNING
INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The time that an engine is operated with the integrated drive generator (IDG)
disconnected must be recorded in the aircraft logbook. The logged time is permitted to
add up to 30 hours. Replace the IDG if the logged time is more than this limit (Ref. TASK
241101000801 and TASK 241101400801).

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EXTREME TURBULENCE INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The procedure that follows is for the inspection of an aircraft after it goes through
extreme turbulence or after an overspeed maneuver.
B. Extreme turbulence causes too much vertical or lateral force on the aircraft structure.
The effect is increased by the inertia of heavy components such as engines, fuel tanks,
water tanks, and cargo.
C. Extreme turbulence can occur during the conditions that follow:
Hot weather
Cold weather
During a thunderstorm
After a thunderstorm.
D. Damage to the aircraft can occur in the areas that follow:
Wing to fuselage
Tail to fuselage
Engine to fuselage
Stabilizer
Control surfaces.

TASK 055103210801
Visual Inspection for Extreme Turbulence or Maneuver Damage
1. General
A. Before you start the task, you must find out how dangerous the turbulence, or the
inflight maneuver was. You do this by an analysis of the related flight data.
B. You must download the vertical acceleration data from the digital flightdata recorder
(FDR) with a portable analysis unit (PAU). The downloaded data is then plotted on a
graph and analyzed. As an alternative, a detailed report from the flight crew should be
obtained. Based upon the graph analysis or flight crew report, a visual inspection of the
aircraft may be required.
2. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055103970001
A.

To find the vertical and the lateral acceleration data, download the digital FDR output
(Ref. TASK 313101970801). This includes:
COPY FLIGHT DATA
NEW DATA RECORDED SINCE LAST COPY, or
LAST (X) HOURS OF RECORDED FLIGHT DATA.

Subtask 055103280002
Refer to Figure 601. Refer to Figure 602.

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CAUTION:

B.
C.
D.
E.
F.

FIND THE TOTAL WEIGHT OF THE AIRCRAFT WHEN THE EXTREME


TURBULENCE OR FLIGHT MANEUVER OCCURRED. WHEN THIS IS
UNKNOWN, MAKE AN ESTIMATE OF THE WEIGHT. THIS WILL LET YOU
MAKE AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NEED FOR AN INSPECTION. IF YOU DO
NOT DO THIS, YOU CAN MAKE AN INCORRECT ASSESSMENT, WHICH
MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT.
Make a plot of the vertical acceleration and the weight data on a copy of Figure 601.
Make a plot of the lateral acceleration and the weight data on a copy of Figure 602.
Use the graph to find if an inspection of the aircraft is necessary.
If an inspection of the aircraft is necessary, do the inspection before the subsequent
flight.
If an inspection of the aircraft is not necessary, the aircraft can be returned to service.

Subtask 055103946001
G.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 271100710801
TASK 271300710801
TASK 272100710801
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273100710802
TASK 274000710801
TASK 274201220801
TASK 275400710801
TASK 276400710801
TASK 313101970801
TASK 538201000801
TASK 538201400801
TASK 538201000802
TASK 538201400802

DESIGNATION
Parking
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Aileron Control System
Operational Test of the Aileron Disconnect System
Operational Test of the Rudder Control System
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Operational Test of the Pitch Feel System
Operational Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer
Detailed Inspection of the Horizontal Stabilizer
Trim Actuator
Operational Test of the Flaps
Operational Test of the Flight Spoiler/Spoileron
Download of the Digital FDR Output
Removal of the ForwardFairing Access Panel
Installation of the ForwardFairing Access Panel
Removal of the Right Front WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the Right Front WingtoFuselage
Fairing

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REFERENCE
TASK 538201000803
TASK 538201400803
TASK 538201000804
TASK 538201400804
TASK 538201000805
TASK 538201400805
TASK 538201000806
TASK 538201400806
TASK 538201000807
TASK 538201400807
TASK 538201000808
TASK 538201400808
TASK 538201000809
TASK 538201400809
TASK 538201000810
TASK 538201400810
TASK 538201000811
TASK 538201400811
TASK 538201000812
TASK 538201400812

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Left Front WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the Left Front WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Installation of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Removal of the Forward Side Fairings
Installation of the Forward Side Fairings
Removal of the Center Side Fairings
Installation of the Center Side Fairings
Removal of the Rear Side Fairings
Installation of the Rear Side Fairings
Removal of the Flap Stub Fairings
Installation of the Flap Stub Fairings
Removal of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairings
Installation of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairings
Removal of the Left OutboardPanel Fairings
Installation of the Left OutboardPanel Fairings
Removal of the AftPanel Wing Fairings
Installation of the AftPanel Wing Fairings
Removal of the CenterPanel Wing Fairings
Installation of the CenterPanel Wing Fairings

3. Job SetUp
Subtask 055103941001
A. Park the aircraft (Ref. TASK 101101587801).
WARNING: PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR
NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR
NEAR THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR
DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
B. Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.

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C.

Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.

Subtask 055103910002
D.

Obey all the electrical/electronic safety precautions (ref. TASK 240000910801).

4. Procedure
Subtask 055103210001
A.

Do a visual inspection of the wings as follows:


(1) Examine the web of the wing rear spar for damage, distortion in the skin panels,
and pulled fasteners and/or rivets.
(2) Examine the winglets for damage.
(3) Examine the leading edge of the wing for distortions in the panels.
(4) Examine the skin panel of the upper wing, adjacent to the wing/fuselage attachment
fittings, for distortion or pulled fasteners.
(5) Examine the wingtofuselage fairings for the conditions that follow:
Signs of movement
Distortion of the access door
Damaged fastener holes
Skin cracks.
(6) Examine the lower fuselage structure for distortion, cracks in the skin, and
damaged paint.
(7) Examine the wings for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(8) Examine the wings for fuel leakage.
(9) If damage is found during the external wing inspection, do a detailed inspection of
the wings as follows:
(a) Remove, as necessary, the access panels and fairings that follow:
Forward fairing accesspanel (Ref. TASK 538201000801)
Right front wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201000802)
Left front wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201000803)
Wingtofuselage side panels (Ref. TASK 538201000804)
Forward side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000805)
Center side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000806)
Rear side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000807)
Flap stub fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000808)
Right outboardpanel wing fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000809)
Left outboard panel fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000810)
Aft panel wing fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000811)
Center panel wing fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000812).
(b) Examine the left and right wingtofuselage joints for distortion, cracks, and
pulled fasteners.

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(c)

Examine the upper fuselage structure above the primary wing spars and
maingear wheelwell bulkheads for the conditions that follow:
Paint damage
Cracks
Pulled fasteners.
(d) Install, as necessary, the access panels and fairings that follow:
Forward fairing accesspanel (Ref. TASK 538201400801)
Right front wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201400802)
Left front wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201400803)
Wingtofuselage side panels (Ref. TASK 538201400804)
Forward side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400805)
Center side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400806)
Rear side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400807)
Flap stub fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400808)
Right outboardpanel wing fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400809)
Left outboard panel fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400810)
Aft panel wing fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400811)
Center panel wing fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400812).
Subtask 055103210002
B.

Do a visual inspection of the engines as follows:


(1) Examine the outer surfaces of the engines for signs of damage.
(2) Examine the pylons for signs of paint damage.
(3) If paint damage is found, open the access panels to the pylons.

Subtask 055103210004
C.

Do a visual inspection of the outer surfaces of the aircraft fuselage as follows:


(1) Examine the fuselage skin panels for damage or distortion.
(2) Examine the bottom side of the fuselage for signs of damage or distortion of the
fuselage skin panels.
(3) Examine the fuselage splices for distortion to the aircraft skin or damage to the
paint finish.
(4) Examine the fuselage for pulled fasteners or rivets.
(5) Examine the passenger door, open and closed, for distortion.
(6) Examine the service door, open and closed, for distortion.
(7) Examine the left and right emergency exits for distortion.
(8) Examine all of the access panels and the compartment doors.
(9) Examine the fuselage skin attachments above the landing gear for the conditions
that follow:
Distortion of the fuselage skin attachments

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Paint damage
Cracks
Pulled fasteners.

(10) If external damage is found to the fuselage, continue as follows:


(a) Open the access panels, as necessary, to examine the aircraft internally.
(b) Look for cracks or distortion of the stringers, fittings, and the component
mounts.
(c) Look for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(d) Look for fuel leakage.
Subtask 055103210008
D.

Do a visual inspection of the auxiliary power unit (APU) as follows:


(1) Examine all the external pipes and ducts for damage or leakage.

Subtask 055103863001
E.
F.
G.

Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref. TASK 120006863801).


Pressurize hydraulic system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863803).
Look for hydraulic fluid leaks.

Subtask 055103710001
H.

Do an operational test of the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400710801).

Subtask 055103710002
I.

Do an operational test of the flight spoiler/spoileron (Ref. TASK 276400710801).

Subtask 055103710003
J.

Do an operational test of the elevator control system (Ref. TASK 273100710801).

Subtask 055103710004
K.

Do an operational test of the rudder control system (Ref. TASK 272100710801).

Subtask 055103710005
L.

Do an operational test of the horizontal stabilizer (Ref. TASK 274000710801).

Subtask 055103710006
M.
N.

Do an operational test of the aileron control system (Ref. TASK 271100710801).


Do an operational test of the aileron disconnect system (Ref. TASK
271300710801).

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Subtask 055103710007
O.

Do an operational test of the pitch disconnect system (Ref. TASK 273100710802).

5. Close Out
Subtask 055103863002
A.
B.

Release the hydraulic pressure from systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref. TASK
120006863802).
Release the hydraulic pressure from system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863804).

Subtask 055103861001
C.

Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055103941002
D.
E.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.

Subtask 055103941003
F.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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"G" VALUE AT FS 659.00 (FS531.00 + 128)

3.0

DO INSPECTION
2.5

2.0

1.5

VERTICAL ACCELERATION (G)

1.0

0.5

0.0

NO INSPECTION REQUIRED

0.5

1.0
DO INSPECTION

2.0
25

30

11.34

13.61

35

40
45
3
WEIGHT IN LB X 10
15.88
18.14
20.41
3
WEIGHT IN KG X 10

50

55

22.68

24.95

ram0551036_001.dg, rm, 10/05/05

1.5

Vertical Acceleration and Weight Graph


Figure 601
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"G" VALUE AT FS 659.00 (FS531.00 + 128)

LATERAL ACCELERATION (G)

1.0
DO INSPECTION

NO INSPECTION REQUIRED
0.5

0.0
25

30

35

11.34

13.61

15.88

40
3
WEIGHT IN LB X 10
18.14

50

55

20.41

22.68

24.95

ram0551036_002.dg, rm, 10/05/05

WEIGHT IN KG X 10

45

Vertical Acceleration and Weight Graph


Figure 602
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**ON A/C ALL


OVERSPEED CONDITION INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The maintenance procedure that follows is for the inspection of an aircraft after an
overspeed condition. The procedure gives the inspection/check of the flaps, the nose
landing gear (NLG), the main landing gear (MLG), and their related components. It is
applicable to the left and the right side of the aircraft.
B. An overspeed condition occurs when the indicated airspeed (or ground speed for tires) is
more than the recommended value.
C. The maximum airspeeds and Mach numbers for flight maneuvers (Vmo and Mmo) are
given in the Airplane Flight Manual, section 02061. That data is applicable to aircraft
that fly with the wheels and flaps in the retracted position. Contact the Bombardier CRJ
Action Center for maintenance instructions if the pilot reports that the aircraft exceeded
those limits during an unusual maneuver.

TASK 055104210801
Visual Inspection of the Flaps and the Landing Gear for Overspeed Damage
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055104943001
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
G601R1011041
G601R1011031
G601R3222011

DESIGNATION
Pin, NLG Ground Lock
Pin, MLG Ground Lock
Pin, NLG Door Ground Lock

Subtask 055104946001
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101100400801
TASK 101100400802
TASK 275400710801
TASK 275400866801
TASK 275400866802
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 322201980801
TASK 322201980802

DESIGNATION
Installation of the Nose Landing Gear Lockpin
Installation of the Main Landing Gear Lockpins
Operational Test of the Flaps
Electrical Extension of the Flaps
Electrical Retraction of the Flaps
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Open and isolate the NoseLandingGear Forward
Doors
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors

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REFERENCE
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324201210801

DESIGNATION
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire Assembly
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055104941001
PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.

WARNING:

A.
B.

Subtask 055104867001
C.

Extend the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400866801).

Subtask 055104490001
WARNING:

D.

MAKE SURE THAT THE SAFETY LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED ON THE NOSE
AND MAIN LANDING GEAR. THE NOSE AND MAIN LANDING GEAR CAN
ACCIDENTALLY RETRACT. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
Install the safety lockpins on the nose landing gear and on the main landing gear (Ref.
TASK 101100400801 and TASK 101100400802).

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Subtask 055104980001
IF THE NOSE DOOR MAINTENANCE SWITCH AT THE EXTERNAL SERVICES
PANEL IS SET TO THE "FLT NORM" POSITION, THE NOSELANDINGGEAR
(NLG) FORWARD DOORS WILL CLOSE WHEN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM NO. 3 IS
PRESSURIZED.
WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE ON OR NEAR THE NLG WITH THE FORWARD
DOORS OPEN, MAKE SURE THAT YOU:
ALWAYS SET THE NOSE DOOR MAINTENANCE SWITCH TO THE "OPEN"
POSITION TO ISOLATE THE NLG FORWARD DOORS FROM HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM NO. 3
RELEASE THE PRESSURE FROM HYDRAULIC SYSTEM NO. 3.
FAILURE TO DO THIS CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Open and isolate the noselanding forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980801).

WARNING:

E.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055104210001
A.

An overspeed condition occurs when the indicated air speed is more than the value that
follows:
NOTE: If the overspeed condition is 10 knots or less, do the inspection in seven days
or less. If it is more than 10 knots, do the inspection before the next flight.
**ON A/C 7008, 70277030, 7034, 70367037, 7040, 7042, 7044, 7046, 7048, 7050, 70557056,
70667067, 7070, 7072, 7075, 7077, 7080, 70917092, 7100, 7105, 7109, 7111, 71167117,
7123, 7127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71457146, 71507151, 71577159 (Pre
SB601R27003 and Pre SB601R34128) and ON A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7081, 7084,
7126, 7144, 71837184, 7197, 7223, 7309, 7316, 7332, 7345, 7390, 7393, 7396, 7409, 7423,
7434, 7444, 7452, 7458, 7469, 7475, 7477, 7484, 7488 Pre SB601R34128
(1) For the flaps:
215 knots indicated air speed (KIAS) for flaps at 20 degrees
196 KIAS for flaps at 30 degrees
191 KIAS for flaps at 45 degrees.

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**ON A/C 7125, 7164, 7177, 7182, 7323, 7412, 7416, 7432, 7492, 7495, 7501, 75057506,
75157516, 75247525, 75327533, 7541, 7543, 7554, 7560, 7577, 7580, 75877588, 7598,
7604, 7611, 7623, 7626, 7631, 7643, 7646, 7659, 7665, 76727674, 7683, 7688, 7694, 7696,
7698, 77097710, 7718, 7721, 7733, 7736, 7745, 7747, 7751, 7758, 7767, 7771, 7775, 7783,
7790, 7794, 7797, 7800, 7808, 7828, 7834, 78367837, 7839, 7847, 7855, 7869, 7877,
78837884, 7886, 7888, 7891, 7894, 7896, 7903, 7905, 79077908, 79137914, 7918, 7921,
79237924, 7928, 7930, 79327933, 7936, 7938, 7940, 79427944, 7946, 7948, 7960,
79647965, 79687972, 8050, 8059, 8062 and ON A/C 7008, 70277030, 7034, 70367037,
7040, 7042, 7044, 7046, 7048, 7050, 70557056, 70667067, 7070, 7072, 7075, 7077, 7080,
70917092, 7100, 7105, 7109, 7111, 71167117, 7123, 7127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141,
71457146, 71507151, 71577159 (Pre SB601R27003 and Post SB601R34128) and ON
A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7081, 7084, 7126, 7144, 71837184, 7197, 7223, 7309, 7316, 7332,
7345, 7390, 7393, 7396, 7409, 7423, 7434, 7444, 7452, 7458, 7469, 7475, 7477, 7484, 7488 Post
SB601R34128
(2) For the flaps:
215 knots indicated air speed (KIAS) for flaps at 20 degrees
185 KIAS for flaps at 30 degrees
170 KIAS for flaps at 45 degrees.
**ON A/C 7008, 70277030, 7034, 70367037, 7040, 7042, 7044, 7046, 7048, 7050, 70557056,
70667067, 7070, 7072, 7075, 7077, 7080, 70917092, 7100, 7105, 7109, 7111, 71167117,
7123, 7127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71457146, 71507151, 71577159 (Post
SB601R27003 and Pre SB601R34128) and ON A/C 70047007, 70097019, 70217026,
7031, 7033, 7035, 70387039, 7041, 7043, 7045, 7047, 7049, 70517052, 7054, 7058, 7060,
7062, 70647065, 7069, 7071, 70737074, 7076, 70787079, 70827083, 70857090, 7093,
70957099, 71017102, 7104, 71067108, 71127115, 71187122, 7124, 7128, 7130,
71357139, 7143, 7147, 7149, 71527156, 71617163, 7165, 71687169, 71717176,
71787181, 71857196, 71987204, 72067222, 72247248, 72507251, 72537255,
72587271, 72737279, 72817287, 72897298, 73007308, 73107315, 73177319,
73217322, 73247328, 73307331, 73337340, 7342, 7344, 73467349, 73527360,
73637364, 73667370, 7372, 73747383, 7385, 73877389, 73917392, 73947395,
73977401, 74037405, 74077408, 74107411, 74137415, 74177422, 74257429, 7431,
7433, 7435, 74377441, 7443, 74457451, 74547457, 74607465, 74677468, 74707474,
7476, 74787479, 74817483, 74857487, 7489 Pre SB601R34128
(3) For the flaps:
215 KIAS for flaps at 8 degrees
215 KIAS for flaps at 20 degrees
196 KIAS for flaps at 30 degrees
191 KIAS for flaps at 45 degrees.

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**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7133, 7140, 7142, 7148, 7160, 71667167,
7170, 7205, 7249, 7252, 72567257, 7272, 7280, 7288, 7299, 7320, 7329, 7341, 7343,
73507351, 73617362, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7384, 7386, 7402, 7406, 7424, 7430, 7436, 7442,
7453, 7459, 7466, 7480, 74907491, 74937494, 74967500, 75027504, 75077514,
75177523, 75267531, 75347540, 7542, 75447553, 75557559, 75617576, 75787579,
75817586, 75897597, 75997603, 76057610, 76127622, 76247625, 76277630,
76327642, 76447645, 76477658, 76607664, 76667671, 76757682, 76847687,
76897693, 7695, 7697, 76997708, 77117717, 77197720, 77227732, 77347735,
77377744, 7746, 77487750, 77527757, 77597766, 77687770, 77727774, 77767782,
77847789, 77917793, 77957796, 77987799, 78017807, 78097827, 78297833, 7835,
7838, 78407846, 78487854, 78567868, 78707876, 78787882, 7885, 7887, 78897890,
78927893, 7895, 78977902, 7904, 7906, 79097912, 79157917, 79197920, 7922,
79257927, 7929, 7931, 79347935, 7937, 7939, 7941, 7945, 7947, 79497959, 79617963,
79667967, 79737990, 80008049, 80518058, 80608061, 80638064, 80668068 and ON
A/C 7008, 70277030, 7034, 70367037, 7040, 7042, 7044, 7046, 7048, 7050, 70557056,
70667067, 7070, 7072, 7075, 7077, 7080, 70917092, 7100, 7105, 7109, 7111, 71167117,
7123, 7127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71457146, 71507151, 71577159 (Post
SB601R27003 and Post SB601R34128) and ON A/C 70047007, 70097019, 70217026,
7031, 7033, 7035, 70387039, 7041, 7043, 7045, 7047, 7049, 70517052, 7054, 7058, 7060,
7062, 70647065, 7069, 7071, 70737074, 7076, 70787079, 70827083, 70857090, 7093,
70957099, 71017102, 7104, 71067108, 71127115, 71187122, 7124, 7128, 7130,
71357139, 7143, 7147, 7149, 71527156, 71617163, 7165, 71687169, 71717176,
71787181, 71857196, 71987204, 72067222, 72247248, 72507251, 72537255,
72587271, 72737279, 72817287, 72897298, 73007308, 73107315, 73177319,
73217322, 73247328, 73307331, 73337340, 7342, 7344, 73467349, 73527360,
73637364, 73667370, 7372, 73747383, 7385, 73877389, 73917392, 73947395,
73977401, 74037405, 74077408, 74107411, 74137415, 74177422, 74257429, 7431,
7433, 7435, 74377441, 7443, 74457451, 74547457, 74607465, 74677468, 74707474,
7476, 74787479, 74817483, 74857487, 7489 Post SB601R34128
(4) For the flaps:
215 KIAS for flaps at 8 degrees
215 KIAS for flaps at 20 degrees
185 KIAS for flaps at 30 degrees
170 KIAS for flaps at 45 degrees.
**ON A/C ALL
(5) For NLG gear:
250 KIAS for extention of the NLG gear
250 KIAS in the extended and locked position of the NLG gear
250 KIAS for retraction of the NLG gear.
(6) For MLG gear:
250 KIAS for extention of the MLG gear
250 KIAS in the extended and locked position of the MLG gear
250 KIAS for retraction of the MLG gear.

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B.

C.

D.

E.

(7) For the tires:


NOTE: If the incident only includes the tires (and not the flaps or the landing
gear), it is only necessary to do the tasks related to wheels and tires.
182 knots ground speed.
Do a visual inspection of the flaps and related components for damage caused by an
overspeed condition as follows:
(1) Examine the items that follow:
The flap control surfaces for distortion and damage
The flap hinge arms and the actuator attachment fittings for condition and safety
of installation
The midforward fuselage skin for distortion, damage, and skin cracks
The wingtofuselage fairings for distortion, damage, and skin cracks
The upper wingskin panel adjacent to the wing fuselageattachment fittings for
distortion and pulled fasteners
The wing for fluid leakage.
(2) Do an operational test of the flaps (Ref. 275400710801).
Do a visual inspection of the NLG and related components for damage caused by an
overspeed condition as follows (Ref. TASK 322000210801):
(1) Examine the items that follow:
The NLG doors for distortion and damage
The NLG and related components for damage and safety of installation
The hydraulic lines for damage and fluid leakage.
Do a visual inspection of the MLG and related components for damage caused by an
overspeed condition as follows (Ref. TASK 321000210801):
(1) Examine the items that follow:
The MLG doors for distortion and damage
The MLG and related components for damage and safety of installation
The hydraulic lines for damage and fluid leakage.
If necessary (because of a ground overspeed incident), do a visual inspection of the
wheels and tires for damage and safety of installation (Ref TASK 324101210801
and TASK 324201210801).

4. Close Out
Subtask 055104867002
A.

Retract the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400866802).

Subtask 055104980002
B.

Close the NLG forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980802).

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Subtask 055104941002
C.
D.

Remove the applicable safety devices, warning signs, and warning tags.
Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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**ON A/C ALL


LIGHTNING STRIKE INSPECTION/CHECK
1. Introduction
Refer to Figure 601.
A. Lightning strikes usually occur a minimum of once a year on each aircraft. Lightning
strike current amplitudes and the time of each strike are always different. The effect of
the strike is usually only on the aircraft skin. The RJ200 has many items of equipment
that keep lightning strike damage to a minimum but some local damage can occur.
B. During a lightning strike there will always be a point of entry and a point of exit for the
lightning discharge. These points of entry and exit (Zone 1 areas) are where an initial
lightning strike will possibly attach itself to the aircraft. These areas are specified as
follows:
The fuselage nose and tail area
The nacelle leading edges
The wing and stabilizer end tips
The top of the vertical stabilizer
The front and the rear of the engines.
C. The lightning channel does not move much in space, while the aircraft can move at high
speed. The lightning discharge can continue for hundreds of milliseconds. During that
time the aircraft can move a long distance in relation to the lightning channel. As a result,
it is possible that the lightning moves to the rear along the surface of the aircraft.
D. During this effect, it is possible that the lightning attaches to a series of different points
on the aircraft surface. The lightning usually moves parallel to the line of flight, directly
behind the point where it initially attaches. The area included is specified as Zone 2. The
lightning strike initially attaches to the aircraft at a point in Zone 1, and then it moves on
to Zone 2. The aircraft surfaces that are not in Zone 1 or Zone 2 are specified as Zone 3.
In Zone 3 it is not usually possible for a lightning strike to attach to the surface. Zone 3
surfaces can let a large amount of current flow between the entry and the exit points.
E. In Zone 1, small holes of 2 to 3 in (13 to 19 cm) can be burned into the aluminum. The
lightning strike can also go through laminated or composite material, or cause damage to
rivets. Zone 2 surfaces, where lightning attaches momentarily, usually have pit marks
melted into the skin, pin holes and paint blisters. Lightning strikes are always different so
they do not cause the same amount of damage.
F. Electromagnetic fields caused by lightning can cause unwanted transient voltages and
currents in the aircraft wiring and systems. In some conditions, (if the lightning strike is
weak, or the protection is high) the effect is temporary and the system goes back to
correct operation quickly. In other conditions, the flight crew must set the systems back
to correct operation. It is possible that some equipment will be damaged (low protection
or no protection) or their functions will decrease.
G. The electrical system is made to be resistant to lightning strikes. A lightning strike of very
high intensity can cause damage to the generators, the power feeders, and the electrical
distribution systems.

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H.

I.

J.
K.
L.
M.

N.

When you find indications of a lightning strike, or after a report from the flight crew of a
lightning strike on the aircraft:
An inspection of the aircraft is necessary before the subsequent flight.
Before the inspection of the aircraft, get a full report from the crew that gives the data
that follows:
The malfunctions of the systems that occurred at the time or after the lightning strike
The position of the landing gear (retracted or extended) at the time, or after, the
lightning strike
Any EICAS cautions or warnings at the time, or after, the lightning strike.
When you examine a structural area for damage, examine the structure that puts a load
on the adjacent structure. Also, look at the area adjacent to the damage. You can find
skin damage or loose rivets at some distance from the location of the initial damage.
Refer to the Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) before the aircraft is permitted to
fly with a system that does not operate. The damaged system must be repaired if the
aircraft cannot operate as per the MMEL.
Do the Visual EnRoute Inspection for Lightning Strike Damage (Ref. TASK
055105210801) when the aircraft makes its first landing after the lightning strike.
After the last scheduled flight of the day, do the Detailed Check for Lightning Strike
Damage (Ref. TASK 055105220801). You must do this check at a primary
maintenance area that has the personnel and equipment necessary for detailed checks.
Do all of this check first before you continue to do the necessary Conditional Inspections
that are shown in Table 601.
For structural item allowable damage limits, refer to the applicable pageblock 101 in the
Structural Repair Manual.

TASK 055105210801
Visual EnRoute Inspection for Lightning Strike Damage
CAUTION:
DO THIS INSPECTION WHEN THE AIRCRAFT MAKES THE FIRST LANDING
AFTER THE LIGHTNING STRIKE. LIGHTNING CAN DAMAGE AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS, IT IS POSSIBLE
THAT THE AIRCRAFT WILL CONTINUE TO FLY WITH DEFECTIVE SYSTEMS.
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055105946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 334100710801
TASK 334200710801
TASK 334300710801

DESIGNATION
Parking
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Landing and
Taxi/Recognition Lights
Operational Test of the Navigation Lights
Operational Test of the Wing Inspection Lights

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REFERENCE
TASK 334400710801
TASK 720000200801

DESIGNATION
Operational Test of the Anticollision Strobe Lights
Inspection of Engines After the Aircraft Was Hit By
Lightning

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055105941001
PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.

WARNING:

A.
B.

Subtask 055105941002
MAKE SURE THAT THE LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED ON THE NOSE AND MAIN
LANDING GEARS. THE NOSE AND MAIN LANDING GEARS CAN
ACCIDENTALLY RETRACT. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE WHEEL CHOCKS ARE PUT AT THE MAIN WHEELS. IF
YOU DO NOT DO THIS, THE AIRCRAFT CAN MOVE. THIS CAN CAUSE
INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
C. Park the aircraft (Ref. TASK 101101587801).

WARNING:

Subtask 055105910001
OBEY ALL THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE ON
OR NEAR ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS,
YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE
EQUIPMENT.
Obey all the electrical/electronic safety precautions (Ref. TASK 240000910801).

WARNING:

D.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055105861001
A.

Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

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Subtask 055105210002
B.

Do an inspection of the aircraft for burns or other damage after a lightning strike in the
areas that follow:
The lightning strike entry area (Zone 1)
The lightning strike exit area (Zone 1)
The area between the lightning strike entry and exit areas (Zone 2)
All the radio antennas
The standby compass, if a lightning strike occurred at the aircraft nose.

Subtask 055105210014
C.
D.

Examine the pitotstatic probes. If you see damage, the aircraft cannot fly in RVSM
conditions until you replace the damaged components.
Examine the skin surface adjacent to the pitotstatic probes. If you see damage, the
aircraft cannot fly in RVSM conditions until you do a detailed inspection of skin waviness
(Ref. TASK 511001200801).

Subtask 055105710007
E.
F.

If a lightning strike occurred at the aircraft wing tip, do a visual inspection of all the
exterior lights for damage.
If you see any signs of damage to the exterior lights, do the applicable operational test of
the lights that follow:
Landing and taxi/recognition lights (Ref. TASK 334100710801)
Navigation lights (Ref. TASK 334200710801)
Wing inspection lights (Ref. TASK 334300710801)
Anticollision strobe lights (Ref. TASK 334400710801).

Subtask 055105210011
G.
H.

Do a visual inspection of the engines and the nacelles for signs of lightning strike
damage.
If you see any signs of lightning strike damage to the fan module, refer to the Special
Inspections of the Engine (Ref. TASK 720000200801. Do the "Inspection of
Engines After the Aircraft Was Hit By Lightning".).

4. Close Out
Subtask 055105941006
A.
B.
C.

Remove the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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LEGEND
ram0551056_001.dg, lr, 24/01/04

Zone 1: Initial attachment point.


Zone 2: Swept stroke zone.
Zone 3: Airframe portions that lie within or
between the other zones which may carry
substantial amounts of electrical current.

Lightning Strike Zones


Figure 601
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TASK 055105220801
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage
CAUTION:
DO THIS DETAILED CHECK AFTER THE LAST SCHEDULED FLIGHT OF THE
DAY, AT ONE OF YOUR PRIMARY MAINTENANCE AREAS. AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS CAN BE DAMAGED BY LIGHTNING. IF YOU DO
NOT DO THIS, IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE AIRCRAFT WILL CONTINUE TO FLY
WITH DEFECTIVE SYSTEMS.
NOTE: Do all of this check first before you continue to do the Conditional Inspections that are in
Table 601.
1. Job SetUp Information
**ON A/C 7153, 7161, 7198, 7201, 7234, 7237, 7392 and ON A/C 7003, 70117014, 70177018,
7020, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040, 70427047, 70497051, 70537058,
7060, 7062, 70657067, 7069, 70717072, 7074, 70777084, 7087, 70917092, 70957098,
71007102, 7105, 7107, 7109, 71117112, 71167118, 7120, 71237124, 71267127, 7129,
71317132, 7134, 7141, 71447146, 71507151, 7155, 71577160, 71637164, 71687169,
71717175, 71777179, 71817188, 71917192, 71947197, 7199, 72027204, 72067218,
72237233, 72357236, 72387241, 72437247, 72497255, 72587261, 72637265,
72677268, 7271, 72737276, 72787281, 72847288, 72907295, 7297, 7300, 7302,
73047320, 73237326, 7328, 73317333, 73357340, 73427344, 73477350, 73527364,
73667367, 73697370, 73727374, 73797383, 73867387, 7390, 73957402, 74047406,
74087409, 74117412, 74147418, 74207430, 74327433, 74357438, 74407448,
74507452, 7454, 74567458, 74607463, 74667468, 74707477, 7479, 74817485,
74877493, 74957498, 75007514, 75167552, 75547555, 75587564, 7566, 75687569,
7572, 7574, 75767580, 7582, 75847595, 7597, 75997604, 7606, 76087613, 76157618,
76207624, 76267628, 76317638, 76407641, 7647, 7684, 7697 Pre SB601R34116 and ON
A/C 7283, 7299, 7329, 7345 (Pre SB601R34116 and Pre SB601R34118) and ON A/C 7455
Pre SB601R34118
Subtask 055105946002
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 201001910801
TASK 236101760801
TASK 238101000801
TASK 238101400801
TASK 240000910801
TASK 304101710801
TASK 308101710801
TASK 316101000801
TASK 316101400801
TASK 322000220801

DESIGNATION
Parking
Demagnetization of the Aircraft Components
and/or Structures
Electrical Check of the Static Dischargers
Remove the Radio Tuning Unit
Install the Radio Tuning Unit
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Windshield Temperature
Controllers
Operational Test of the Ice Detectors
Remove the Electronic Fight Display
Install the Electronic Flight Display
Detailed Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors

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REFERENCE
TASK 322201980802
TASK 342104000801
TASK 342104400801
TASK 342201000801
TASK 342201400801
TASK 342201820804
TASK 346101000801
TASK 346101400801
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 710000710806
TASK 720000200801
SRM 511301

DESIGNATION
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Removal of the Flux Detector Unit
Installation of the Flux Detector Unit
Remove the Standby Compass
Install the Standby Compass
Residual Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Attitude and Heading Reference
System
Remove the Multifunction Control and Display
Unit
Install the Multifunction Control and Display Unit
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin
Thrust Reverser Operational Check
Special Inspections of the Engine
Defect and Damage Repair Requests

**ON A/C 7033, 7041, 7052, 7138, 7149, 7180, 7189, 7193, 7351, 7639 and ON A/C 70047010,
70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 7036, 7039, 7064, 7070, 7073, 70757076, 70857086,
70887090, 7093, 7099, 7104, 7106, 7108, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 7128, 7130,
71357137, 7139, 7143, 7147, 7152, 7156, 7165, 7176, 7190, 7200, 72197222, 7262, 7266,
72817282, 7296, 7298, 7301, 7321, 7375, 73777378, 7389, 7391, 73937394, 7403, 7407,
7413, 7419, 7431, 7434, 7439, 7449, 7464, 7469, 7478, 7486, 7494, 7499, 7557, 7565, 7567,
7570, 7573, 7583, 7607, 7614, 7619, 7625, 76297630 Pre SB601R34116 and ON A/C 7283,
7299, 7329, 7345 (Pre SB601R34116 and Post SB601R34118) and ON A/C 7455 Post
SB601R34118
Subtask 055105946003
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 201001910801
TASK 236101760801
TASK 238101000801
TASK 238101400801
TASK 240000910801
TASK 304101710801
TASK 308101710801
TASK 316101000801
TASK 316101400801

DESIGNATION
Parking
Demagnetization of the Aircraft Components
and/or Structures
Electrical Check of the Static Dischargers
Remove the Radio Tuning Unit
Install the Radio Tuning Unit
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Windshield Temperature
Controllers
Operational Test of the Ice Detectors
Remove the Electronic Fight Display
Install the Electronic Flight Display

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REFERENCE
TASK 322201980802
TASK 342104000801
TASK 342104400801
TASK 342201000801
TASK 342201400801
TASK 342201820802
TASK 342201820805
TASK 346101000801
TASK 346101400801
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 710000710806
TASK 720000200801
SRM 511301

DESIGNATION
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Removal of the Flux Detector Unit
Installation of the Flux Detector Unit
Remove the Standby Compass
Install the Standby Compass
Compensating Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Inertial Reference System
Residual Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Inertial Reference System
Remove the Multifunction Control and Display
Unit
Install the Multifunction Control and Display Unit
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin
Thrust Reverser Operational Check
Special Inspections of the Engine
Defect and Damage Repair Requests

**ON A/C 7003, 70117014, 70177018, 7020, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70657067, 7069, 70717072, 7074, 70777084, 7087,
70917092, 70957098, 71007102, 7105, 7107, 7109, 71117112, 71157118, 7120,
71237124, 71267127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71447146, 71507151, 71537155,
71577161, 71637164, 71687169, 71717175, 71777179, 71817188, 71917192,
71947199, 72017204, 72067218, 72237261, 72637265, 72677271, 72737280,
72847295, 7297, 7300, 73027320, 73227328, 73307344, 73467350, 73527364,
73667370, 73727374, 7376, 73797383, 73857388, 7390, 7392, 73957402, 74047406,
74087412, 74147418, 74207430, 74327433, 74357438, 74407448, 74507454,
74567463, 74657468, 74707477, 7479, 74817485, 74877493, 74957498, 75007556,
75587564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847604, 7606, 76087613,
76157618, 76207624, 76267628, 76317638, 76407675, 76777685, 76877689,
76917703, 77057737, 77397783, 77857797, 77997806, 78087845, 78477861, 7863,
78657900, 79037909, 79117989, 80008009, 80118064, 80668067 and ON A/C 7283,
7299, 7329, 7345, 7455 Pre SB601R34118
Subtask 055105946004
C.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 201001910801
TASK 236101760801
TASK 238101000801
TASK 238101400801

DESIGNATION
Parking
Demagnetization of the Aircraft Components
and/or Structures
Electrical Check of the Static Dischargers
Remove the Radio Tuning Unit
Install the Radio Tuning Unit

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REFERENCE
TASK 240000910801
TASK 304101710801
TASK 308101710801
TASK 316101000801
TASK 316101400801
TASK 322000220801
TASK 322201720801
TASK 322201980802
TASK 342201820801
TASK 342104000801
TASK 342104400801
TASK 342201000801
TASK 342201400801
TASK 342201820801
TASK 342201820804
TASK 344201710802
TASK 346101000801
TASK 346101400801
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 710000710806
TASK 720000200801
SRM 511301

DESIGNATION
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Windshield Temperature
Controllers
Operational Test of the Ice Detectors
Remove the Electronic Fight Display
Install the Electronic Flight Display
Detailed Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Operational Test of the Forward Nose Gear Doors
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Compensating Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Attitude and Heading Reference
System
Removal of the Flux Detector Unit
Installation of the Flux Detector Unit
Remove the Standby Compass
Install the Standby Compass
Compensating Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Attitude and Heading Reference
System
Residual Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Attitude and Heading Reference
System
Operational Test of the Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (Part Number
9650976003210210)
Remove the Multifunction Control and Display
Unit
Install the Multifunction Control and Display Unit
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin
Thrust Reverser Operational Check
Special Inspections of the Engine
Defect and Damage Repair Requests

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**ON A/C 70047010, 70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 70327033, 7036, 7039, 7041, 7052,
7059, 7061, 70637064, 7070, 7073, 70757076, 70857086, 70887090, 70937094, 7099,
71037104, 7106, 7108, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 7125, 7128, 7130, 7133,
71357140, 71427143, 71477149, 7152, 7156, 7162, 71657167, 7170, 7176, 7180,
71897190, 7193, 7200, 7205, 72197222, 7262, 7266, 7272, 72817282, 7296, 7298, 7301,
7321, 7351, 7365, 7371, 7375, 73777378, 7384, 7389, 7391, 73937394, 7403, 7407, 7413,
7419, 7431, 7434, 7439, 7449, 7464, 7469, 7478, 7480, 7486, 7494, 7499, 7557, 7565, 7567,
7570, 7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7614, 7619, 7625, 76297630, 7639, 7676, 7686, 7690, 7704,
7738, 7784, 7798, 7807, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910, 7990, 8010, 8068 and ON A/C
7283, 7299, 7329, 7345, 7455 Post SB601R34118
Subtask 055105946005
D.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 201001910801
TASK 236101760801
TASK 238101000801
TASK 238101400801
TASK 240000910801
TASK 304101710801
TASK 308101710801
TASK 316101000801
TASK 316101400801
TASK 322201980802
TASK 342201000801
TASK 342201400801
TASK 342201820802
TASK 342201820805
TASK 344201710802
TASK 346101000801
TASK 346101400801
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 710000710806
TASK 720000200801
SRM 511301

DESIGNATION
Parking
Demagnetization of the Aircraft Components
and/or Structures
Electrical Check of the Static Dischargers
Remove the Radio Tuning Unit
Install the Radio Tuning Unit
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Windshield Temperature
Controllers
Operational Test of the Ice Detectors
Remove the Electronic Fight Display
Install the Electronic Flight Display
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Remove the Standby Compass
Install the Standby Compass
Compensating Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Inertial Reference System
Residual Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Inertial Reference System
Operational Test of the Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (Part Number
9650976003210210)
Remove the Multifunction Control and Display
Unit
Install the Multifunction Control and Display Unit
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin
Thrust Reverser Operational Check
Special Inspections of the Engine
Defect and Damage Repair Requests

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**ON A/C 76427646, 76487675, 76777683, 7685, 76877689, 76917696, 76987703,


77057737, 77397783, 77857797, 77997806, 78087845, 78477861, 7863, 78657900,
79037909, 79117989, 80008009, 80118064, 80668067
Subtask 055105946006
E.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 201001910801
TASK 236101760801
TASK 238101000801
TASK 238101400801
TASK 240000910801
TASK 304101710801
TASK 308101710801
TASK 316101000801
TASK 316101400801
TASK 322201980802
TASK 342104000801
TASK 342104400801
TASK 342201000801
TASK 342201400801
TASK 342201820801
TASK 342201820804
TASK 344201710806
TASK 346101000801
TASK 346101400801
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 710000710806
TASK 720000200801
SRM 511301

DESIGNATION
Parking
Demagnetization of the Aircraft Components
and/or Structures
Electrical Check of the Static Dischargers
Remove the Radio Tuning Unit
Install the Radio Tuning Unit
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Windshield Temperature
Controllers
Operational Test of the Ice Detectors
Remove the Electronic Fight Display
Install the Electronic Flight Display
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Removal of the Flux Detector Unit
Installation of the Flux Detector Unit
Remove the Standby Compass
Install the Standby Compass
Compensating Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Attitude and Heading Reference
System
Residual Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Attitude and Heading Reference
System
Operational Test of the Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (Part Number
9650976003212212)
Remove the Multifunction Control and Display
Unit
Install the Multifunction Control and Display Unit
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin
Thrust Reverser Operational Check
Special Inspections of the Engine
Defect and Damage Repair Requests

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**ON A/C 7676, 7686, 7690, 7704, 7738, 7784, 7798, 7807, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910,
7990, 8010, 8068
Subtask 055105946007
F.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 201001910801
TASK 236101760801
TASK 238101000801
TASK 238101400801
TASK 240000910801
TASK 304101710801
TASK 308101710801
TASK 316101000801
TASK 316101400801
TASK 322201980802
TASK 342201000801
TASK 342201400801
TASK 342201820802
TASK 342201820805
TASK 344201710806
TASK 346101000801
TASK 346101400801
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 538301400801
TASK 710000710806
TASK 720000200801
SRM 511301

DESIGNATION
Parking
Demagnetization of the Aircraft Components
and/or Structures
Electrical Check of the Static Dischargers
Remove the Radio Tuning Unit
Install the Radio Tuning Unit
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Operational Test of the Windshield Temperature
Controllers
Operational Test of the Ice Detectors
Remove the Electronic Fight Display
Install the Electronic Flight Display
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Remove the Standby Compass
Install the Standby Compass
Compensating Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Inertial Reference System
Residual Swing of the Standby Compass
Aircraft fitted with Inertial Reference System
Operational Test of the Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (Part Number
9650976003212212)
Remove the Multifunction Control and Display
Unit
Install the Multifunction Control and Display Unit
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin
Thrust Reverser Operational Check
Special Inspections of the Engine
Defect and Damage Repair Requests

**ON A/C ALL

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2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055105941003
PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.

WARNING:

A.
B.

Subtask 055105941004
MAKE SURE THAT THE LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED ON THE NOSE AND MAIN
LANDING GEARS. THE NOSE AND MAIN LANDING GEARS CAN
ACCIDENTALLY RETRACT. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE WHEEL CHOCKS ARE PUT AT THE MAIN WHEELS. IF
YOU DO NOT DO THIS, THE AIRCRAFT CAN MOVE. THIS CAN CAUSE
INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
C. Park the aircraft (Ref. TASK 101101587801).

WARNING:

Subtask 055105910002
OBEY ALL THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE ON
OR NEAR ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS,
YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE
EQUIPMENT.
Obey all the electrical/electronic safety precautions (Ref. TASK 240000910801).

WARNING:

D.

Subtask 055105010001
E.

Open the access panels during the inspection/check as necessary.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055105220001
A.

If the lightning strike occurred at the aircraft nose, do a detailed check of the fuselage as
follows:
(1) Examine all of the fuselage external skin for change of color, burn marks, or small
lightning strike holes.
(2) Examine the external skin of the fairings for burn marks and for holes in the
composite panels and doors.

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(3) If holes are found in the composite panels or doors, remove the damaged panels or
open the damaged doors. Examine the internal electrical and mechanical parts for
lightning strike damage.
(4) If a lightning strike occurred at the forward fuselage near the flight compartment
windshield frames, do as follows:
Examine the flight compartment windshield and windshield frames
Examine the flight compartment side windows and the window frames.
If you see damage in these areas, do an operational test of the windshield
temperature controllers (Ref. TASK 304101710801). Also, examine the
internal wiring and windshield pstatic suppressors for changes to their initial
colors.
(5) Examine the external lights and their adjacent structure for changes of color, burn
marks, and small holes.
(6) If one or more of the lights and/or adjacent structure has a hole, examine the wiring
of the related light.
(7) Examine the external components that follow for burn marks, pits or holes:
Pitotstatic probes
Static ports
Total temperature sensor
Fluid drain masts
Ice detectors.
(8) Examine the skin surface adjacent to the pitotstatic probes. If you see damage,
pitting, or burn marks, do a detailed inspection of skin waviness (Ref. TASK
511001200801).
(9) Examine the external surface of the radome for lightning strike holes, change of
color, and/or burn mark. If a hole is found:
(a) Open the radome and examine the radar assembly for lightning strike damage.
(10) Examine the lightning conductor strips on the radome for a change of color, burn
marks, and/or paint blisters. Replace damaged components as necessary.
(11) Examine the tailcone structure for burn marks, pits or holes. Repair as necessary.
(12) Examine the tailcone static discharger for damage as follows:
Changes in color, burn holes, and/or smoke marks at the rivets and screws
Burned surface layer
Bent or damaged tips
Damage at the point where the static discharger attaches to the tail cone
Rivet damage.
(13) Do an electrical test of the static dischargers (Ref. TASK 236101760801).
(14) Examine all antennas for burn marks, pits, or holes. If you find a hole:
Replace the damaged antenna
Examine the related coaxial cable near the damaged antenna for changes to
the initial color or damage. Replace the cable as necessary
Do the operational test applicable to the damaged system.
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(15) Examine the ice detectors for burn marks or holes. If you see damage, do an
operational test of the ice detectors (Ref. TASK 308101710801).
(16) Examine the vanes of the angleofattack (AOA) transducers as follows:
Look for burn marks or holes
Make sure that the vanes are free to turn
Subtask 055105710131
B.

If you see damage to the AOA transducer vanes, do a check of the stall protection
system as follows:
(1) On the left and the right sidepanels, set the two STALL PTCT PUSHER switches
to ON.
(2) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
EICAS MESSAGE

PAGE
Primary

STALL FAIL

(3) On the left side of the glareshield, push the STALL PBA momentarily.
(4) Make sure that, in sequence:
On the LENGR/IGNITION control panel, the IGNITION, CONT ON PBA
comes on
The control column stickshakers operate
The two control columns move forward
The STALL PBAs flash
The aircraft returns to the usual condition.
(5) On the right side of the glareshield, push the STALL PBA momentarily.
(6) Make sure that:
On the LENGR/IGNITION control panel, the IGNITION, CONT ON PBA
comes on
The control column stickshakers operate.
(7) When the control columns start to move forward, push the SP button on the pilots
control Wheel, then release it.
(8) Make sure that the stick pusher disconnects quickly, then pushes again.
(9) On the copilots control wheel, push the SP button, then release it.
(10) Make sure that the stick pusher disconnects slowly, then pushes again.
(11) On the left sidepanel, set the STALL PTCT PUSHER switch to OFF then to ON.
(12) Make sure that the message that follows is shown momentarily:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
STALL FAIL (Amber)

(13) On the right sidepanel, set the STALL PTCT PUSHER switch to OFF, then to ON.
(14) Make sure that the message that follows is shown momentarily:

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PAGE
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EICAS MESSAGE
STALL FAIL (Amber)

Subtask 055105210010
C.

If the main landing gear (MLG) was not retracted during a lightning strike to the fuselage
nose or a wing tip, do the steps that follow:
(1) Remove the MLG wheel bins (Ref. TASK 538301000801).
(2) Do a visual inspection of the MLG structure, and the points where it is attached for
change of color, and/or burn marks.
(3) Do a visual inspection of the shock struts, the wheels and the brakes for damage.
(4) Do a detailed inspection of the MLG and doors.
(5) Examine the MLG electrical harness and electrical components for change of color
and/or burn marks.
(6) Make sure that the MLG door bonding straps are attached correctly. Look for burn
holes or other damage.

Subtask 055105210005
D.

If the lightning strike was on the vertical or horizontal stabilizer tip fairings, do a visual
check as follows:
(1) Examine the stabilizer skins, the leading and trailing edges of the fairings, the
elevators, the rudder, and the antenna for:
Changes in color, burn holes, and/or smoke marks at the rivets and screws
Good condition and correct attachment of the electrical bond leads of the
horizontal stabilizer, the rudder, and the elevators
Good condition and correct attachment of the electrical bond leads which
connect the fin to the fuselage.
(2) Examine the HF and VOR antennas for burn marks, pits or holes. If you find holes:
Replace the damaged antenna
Examine the related coaxial cable near the damaged antenna for a change to
the initial color
Do the operational test of the applicable system.
If necessary, do an inspection of the complete antenna cable. Replace
damaged cable as necessary.
(3) Examine the static dischargers for damage as follows:
Changes in color, burn holes, and/or smoke marks at the rivets and screws
Burned coating
Bent or damaged tips
Damage at the point where the static discharger attaches to the structure
Rivet damage.
(4) Do an electrical check of the static dischargers (Ref. TASK 236101760801).

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Subtask 055105210006
E.

F.

If the lightning strike was on the engine nacelle, do a visual check as follows:
(1) Examine the nacelle structure, air intake, pylons, thrust reverser, and access panels
for a change of color, burn marks, or holes.
(2) Do a thrust reverser operational check (Ref. TASK 710000710806).
(3) If you see holes in the engine cowls, open the cowls and do as follows:
Examine the engine wiring for changes to the initial color
Examine the engine components for burn marks or damage
Examine the oil filter for contamination
Examine the chip detectors for contamination
Examine the bypass detectors for burn marks
Replace damaged components as necessary.
If you see any signs of lightning strike damage to the fan module, refer to the Special
Inspections of the Engine (Ref. TASK 720000200801. Do the "Inspection of
Engines After the Aircraft Was Hit By Lightning".).

Subtask 055105710038
G.

If you found holes in the engine cowls, do a check of the engine oil level indicator system
as follows:
(1) On the ENGINE OIL LEVEL panel, located on the left hand side console, push in
the STOP/START PBA.
(2) Make sure that the START PBA comes on for approximately 2 seconds, then goes
off.
(3) Make sure that all six lights come on for approximately four seconds, then go off,
except the START PBA.
(4) Make sure that the START PBA goes off and the STOP PBA comes on.
NOTE: The left and/or right REFILL light(s) will come on when the oil level is low
in reservoir(s).
(5) On the ENGINE OIL LEVEL panel, push out the STOP/START PBA.
(6) Make sure that STOP PBA goes off.

Subtask 055105210008
H.

For damage not covered in the Structural Repair Manual (SRM), use the Defect and
Damage Repair Request Report (Ref. SRM 511301).

Subtask 055105710133
I.

Do a check of the maintenance diagnostic computer (MDC) and the line replaceable
units (LRUs) that follow:
(1) Do a check of the LRUs that follow for faults or unusual conditions:

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LRU
FECU
FQGC
HSTCU
PFCU
PSEU
SECUs (2)
TCAS

REQUIRED INDICATION
No fault
No code
No red light
No red light
No light and no code
No code
No red light

(a) Reset all the LRUs as required.


**ON A/C 70037005, 70117014, 70177018, 7020, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038,
7040, 70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70657067, 7069, 70717072, 7074, 70777084,
7087, 70917092, 70957098, 71007102, 7105, 7107, 7109, 71117112, 71157118, 7120,
71237124, 71267127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71447146, 71507151, 71537155,
71577161, 71637164, 71687169, 71717175, 71777179, 71817188, 71917192,
71947199, 72017204, 72067218, 72237261, 72637265, 72677271, 72737281,
72837295, 7297, 72997300, 73027320, 73227350, 73527364, 73667370, 73727374,
7376, 73797383, 73857388, 7390, 7392, 73957402, 74047406, 74087412, 74147418,
74207430, 74327433, 74357438, 74407448, 74507454, 74567463, 74657468,
74707477, 7479, 74817485, 74877493, 74957498, 75007556, 75587564, 7566,
75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847604, 7606, 76087613, 76157618, 76207624,
76267628, 76317638, 76407675, 76777685, 76877689, 76917703, 77057737,
77397783, 77857797, 77997806, 78087845, 78477861, 7863, 78657900, 79037909,
79117989, 80008009, 80118064, 80668067
(2) Check the MDC status as follows:
(a) Set the MAINT switch (circuit breaker panel 1) to MFD 1.
(b) Make sure that the maintenance menu is shown on the MFD 1.
(c) After two minutes, set the LRU STATUS.
(d) Make sure that no status messages are shown.
(e) Set the FCC DIAGNOSTICS, REPORT MODE.
(f) Make sure that the REPAIR CODE shows:
LEFT 00000
RIGHT 000000
(g) Set the MAINT switch to OFF".
**ON A/C 70067010, 70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 70327033, 7036, 7039, 7041, 7052,
7059, 7061, 70637064, 7070, 7073, 70757076, 70857086, 70887090, 70937094, 7099,
71037104, 7106, 7108, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 7125, 7128, 7130, 7133,
71357140, 71427143, 71477149, 7152, 7156, 7162, 71657167, 7170, 7176, 7180,
71897190, 7193, 7200, 7205, 72197222, 7262, 7266, 7272, 7282, 7296, 7298, 7301, 7321,
7351, 7365, 7371, 7375, 73777378, 7384, 7389, 7391, 73937394, 7403, 7407, 7413, 7419,
7431, 7434, 7439, 7449, 7455, 7464, 7469, 7478, 7480, 7486, 7494, 7499, 7557, 7565, 7567,
7570, 7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7614, 7619, 7625, 76297630, 7639, 7676, 7686, 7690, 7704,
7738, 7784, 7798, 7807, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910, 7990, 8010, 8068
(3) Do a check of the MDC status as follows:

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(a) On the mode selector unit (MSU) (center pedestal) set the IRS switches 1 and
2 to ATT.
(b) Set the MAINT switch (circuit breaker panel 1) to MFD 1.
(c) Make sure that the maintenance menu is shown on the MFD 1.
(d) After two minutes, select the LRU STATUS.
(e) Make sure that no status messages are shown.
(f) Set the FCC DIAGNOSTICS, REPORT MODE.
(g) Make sure that the REPAIR CODE shows:
LEFT 00000
RIGHT 000000
(h) Set the MAINT switch to OFF.
(i) On the MSU, set the IRS switches 1 and 2 to OFF.
**ON A/C 7003, 70117014, 70177018, 7020, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70657067, 7069, 70717072, 7074, 70777084, 7087,
70917092, 70957098, 71007102, 7105, 7107, 7109, 71117112, 71157118, 7120,
71237124, 71267127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71447146, 71507151, 71537155,
71577161, 71637164, 71687169, 71717175, 71777179, 71817188, 71917192,
71947199, 72017204, 72067218, 72237261, 72637265, 72677271, 72737280,
72847295, 7297, 7300, 73027320, 73227328, 73307344, 73467350, 73527364,
73667370, 73727374, 7376, 73797383, 73857388, 7390, 7392, 73957402, 74047406,
74087412, 74147418, 74207430, 74327433, 74357438, 74407448, 74507454,
74567463, 74657468, 74707477, 7479, 74817485, 74877493, 74957498, 75007556,
75587564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847604, 7606, 76087613,
76157618, 76207624, 76267628, 76317638, 76407675, 76777685, 76877689,
76917703, 77057737, 77397783, 77857797, 77997806, 78087845, 78477861, 7863,
78657900, 79037909, 79117989, 80008009, 80118064, 80668067 and ON A/C 7283,
7299, 7329, 7345, 7455 Pre SB601R34118
Subtask 055105820003
J.

If the lightning strike was near the forward fuselage or the windshield frames, do as
follows:
(1) compare the NAV AHRS (or IRS) with the standby compass.
(2) If the two indications are not the same, do a residual swing of the standby compass
(Ref. TASK 342201820804).

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**ON A/C 70047010, 70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 70327033, 7036, 7039, 7041, 7052,
7059, 7061, 70637064, 7070, 7073, 70757076, 70857086, 70887090, 70937094, 7099,
71037104, 7106, 7108, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 7125, 7128, 7130, 7133,
71357140, 71427143, 71477149, 7152, 7156, 7162, 71657167, 7170, 7176, 7180,
71897190, 7193, 7200, 7205, 72197222, 7242, 72567257, 7262, 7266, 72697270, 7272,
7277, 7282, 7289, 7296, 7298, 7301, 7303, 73217322, 7327, 7330, 7334, 7341, 7346, 7351,
7365, 7368, 7371, 73757378, 73847385, 73887389, 7391, 73937394, 7403, 7407, 7410,
7413, 7419, 7431, 7434, 7439, 7449, 74647465, 7469, 7478, 7480, 7486, 7494, 7499, 7553,
7557, 7565, 7567, 7570, 7573, 7575, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7614, 7619, 7625, 76297630, 7639,
7676, 7686, 7690, 7704, 7738, 7784, 7798, 7807, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910, 7990,
8010, 8068 and ON A/C 7283, 7299, 7329, 7345, 7455 Post SB601R34118
Subtask 055105820005
K.

If the lightning strike was near the forward fuselage or the windshield frames, do as
follows:
(1) Compare the NAV AHRS (or IRS) with the standby compass.
(2) If the two indications are not the same, do a residual swing of the standby compass
(Ref. TASK 342201820804).

**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105710134
L.

Do a check of the landing and taxi lighting system as follows:


DO NOT KEEP THE LANDING/TAXI LIGHTS ON FOR MORE THAN
CAUTION:
FIVE MINUTES. IF YOU DO, YOU WILL DAMAGE THE LIGHT LENSES.
(1) On the LANDING LTS./RECOG TAXI LTS. panel, set the LEFT switch to ON, then
to OFF.
(2) Make sure that the leftwing landing and taxi lights come on, then go off.
(3) Set the RIGHT switch to ON, then to OFF.
(4) Make sure that the rightwing landing and taxi lights come on, then go off.
(5) Set the NOSE switch to ON, then to OFF.
(6) Make sure that the two noselandinglights come on, then go off.
(7) Set the RECOG TAXI LTS. switch to ON, then to OFF.
(8) Make sure that the left and right wingtaxilights (outboard) come on, then go off.

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**ON A/C 7003, 70117014, 70177018, 7020, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70657067, 7069, 70717072, 7074, 70777084, 7087,
70917092, 70957098, 71007102, 7105, 7107, 7109, 71117112, 71157118, 7120,
71237124, 71267127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71447146, 71507151, 71537155,
71577161, 71637164, 71687169, 71717175, 71777179, 71817188, 71917192,
71947199, 72017204, 72067218, 72237261, 72637265, 72677271, 72737280,
72847295, 7297, 7300, 73027320, 73227328, 73307344, 73467350, 73527364,
73667370, 73727374, 7376, 73797383, 73857388, 7390, 7392, 73957402, 74047406,
74087412, 74147418, 74207430, 74327433, 74357438, 74407448, 74507454,
74567463, 74657468, 74707477, 7479, 74817485, 74877493, 74957498, 75007556,
75587564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847604, 7606, 76087613,
76157618, 76207624, 76267628, 76317638, 76407675, 76777685, 76877689,
76917703, 77057737, 77397783, 77857797, 77997806, 78087845, 78477861, 7863,
78657900, 79037909, 79117989, 80008009, 80118064, 80668067 and ON A/C 7283,
7299, 7329, 7345, 7455 Pre SB601R34118
Subtask 055105820004
M.

If the standby compass is not accurate, do a compensating swing of the standby


compass (Ref. TASK 342201820802).

**ON A/C 70047010, 70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 70327033, 7036, 7039, 7041, 7052,
7059, 7061, 70637064, 7070, 7073, 70757076, 70857086, 70887090, 70937094, 7099,
71037104, 7106, 7108, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 7125, 7128, 7130, 7133,
71357140, 71427143, 71477149, 7152, 7156, 7162, 71657167, 7170, 7176, 7180,
71897190, 7193, 7200, 7205, 72197222, 7242, 72567257, 7262, 7266, 72697270, 7272,
7277, 7282, 7289, 7296, 7298, 7301, 7303, 73217322, 7327, 7330, 7334, 7341, 7346, 7351,
7365, 7368, 7371, 73757378, 73847385, 73887389, 7391, 73937394, 7403, 7407, 7410,
7413, 7419, 7431, 7434, 7439, 7449, 74647465, 7469, 7478, 7480, 7486, 7494, 7499, 7553,
7557, 7565, 7567, 7570, 7573, 7575, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7614, 7619, 7625, 76297630, 7639,
7676, 7686, 7690, 7704, 7738, 7784, 7798, 7807, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910, 7990,
8010, 8068 and ON A/C 7283, 7299, 7329, 7345, 7455 Post SB601R34118
Subtask 055105820006
N.

If the standby compass is not accurate, do a compensating swing of the standby


compass (Ref. TASK 342201820802).

**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105800002
O.

If the standby compass is not accurate after the compensating swing (or after a
dangerous lightning strike to the flightcompartment windshield frames) do the
demagnetization procedure that follows:
(1) Remove the six electronic flight displays (EFD) (Ref. TASK 316101000801).
(2) Remove the two radio tuning units (RTU) (Ref. TASK 238101000801).
(3) Remove the standby compass (Ref. TASK 342201000801).
(4) Remove the two multifunction control and display units (CDU) (Ref. TASK
346101000801).

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(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)

Demagnetize the windshield center post (Ref. TASK 201001910801).


Install the two CDUs (Ref. TASK 346101400801.
Install the standby compass (Ref. TASK 342201400801).
Install the two RTUs (Ref. TASK 238101400801).
Install the six EFDs (Ref. TASK 316101400801).

**ON A/C 7003, 70117014, 70177018, 7020, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70657067, 7069, 70717072, 7074, 70777084, 7087,
70917092, 70957098, 71007102, 7105, 7107, 7109, 71117112, 71157118, 7120,
71237124, 71267127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7141, 71447146, 71507151, 71537155,
71577161, 71637164, 71687169, 71717175, 71777179, 71817188, 71917192,
71947199, 72017204, 72067218, 72237261, 72637265, 72677271, 72737280,
72847295, 7297, 7300, 73027320, 73227328, 73307344, 73467350, 73527364,
73667370, 73727374, 7376, 73797383, 73857388, 7390, 7392, 73957402, 74047406,
74087412, 74147418, 74207430, 74327433, 74357438, 74407448, 74507454,
74567463, 74657468, 74707477, 7479, 74817485, 74877493, 74957498, 75007556,
75587564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847604, 7606, 76087613,
76157618, 76207624, 76267628, 76317638, 76407675, 76777685, 76877689,
76917703, 77057737, 77397783, 77857797, 77997806, 78087845, 78477861, 7863,
78657900, 79037909, 79117989, 80008009, 80118064, 80668067 and ON A/C 7283,
7299, 7329, 7345, 7455 Pre SB601R34118
Subtask 055105820007
P.

Q.

Do a check of the AHRS function (Ref. TASK 342100280801) if the lightning strike
was in the locations that follow:.
The forward fuselage
The rear spar (or on a component attached to the rear spar)
A wing tip.
If the yellow HDG comparator warning is displayed on the primary flight displays (PFDs),
do the steps that follow:
(1) Demagnetize the No. 4 flap actuator (Ref. TASK 201001910801).
(2) If you continue to have a comparator warning after this demagnetization, remove
the flux detector unit (Ref. TASK 342104000801).
(3) Discard the screws and washers that attach the flux detector unit to the wing.
(4) Demagnetize the remaining flap actuators and all ferrous parts attached to the
applicable rear spar (Ref. TASK 201001910801).
(5) Install the flux detector unit with new screws and washers (Ref.
TASK 342104400801).

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**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105865002
R.

Push all the circuit breakers.

Subtask 055105910005
S.

Make sure that the aircraft is in the weightonwheels configuration.

Subtask 055105760002
T.

Do a check of the battery, the AC electrical and the DC electrical systems as follows:
NOTE: If the power remains on the battery for more than 5 minutes, circuit breakers
CB2Q6 and CB2Q7 will push out when not required. This prevents damage
to the EICAS displays.
(1) On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel (overhead panel), set the
BATTERY MASTER switch to ON.
(2) Make sure that after a short interval, both the EICAS displays (ED1 and ED2) come
on.
(3) Make sure that the following messages are not shown:
PAGE

EICAS MESSAGE
DCU 1 INOP (white)
DCU 2 INOP (white)
ENG TYPE MISCOMP (white)

Status
Status
Status

(4) Make sure that after 10 seconds, the message EICAS COMP INOP (Amber) is not
shown on the primary page.
(5) Make sure that after 25 seconds, the message CAS MISCOMP (White) is not
shown on the status page.
(6) On the EICAS Control Panel (Ctr Pedestal), push ELEC button.
(7) Push ELEC button again.
(8) Make sure that on the DC Electrical Page, both APU and MAIN BATT voltage show
22 V minimum and actual load.
Subtask 055105220004
U.

Do the applicable inspections in the table that follows:

IF YOU HAVE THIS


CONDITION
Lightning strike to the
aircraft nose
Lightning strike to the
wingtip
Lightning strike to the
vertical/horizontal stabilizer

DO THIS INSPECTION

REFERENCE

Detailed Inspection After a Lightning


Strike to the Nose
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning
Strike to the Wingtip
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning
Strike to the Vertical or Horizontal
Stabilizer

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TASK 055105220802
TASK 055105220803
TASK 055105220804

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Continuous EICAS
indications

Detailed Inspection After a Lightning


Strike when the EICAS gives
Continuous Indications
Conditional Inspections
Table 601

TASK 055105220805

4. Close Out
Subtask 055105861006
A.
B.

On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel (overhead panel), push out the AC
PBA.
Set the BATTERY MASTER switch to OFF.

Subtask 055105910003
C.
D.
E.
F.

Install the MLG wheel bins (Ref. TASK 538301400801).


Close the doors and access panels opened during the inspection of the aircraft.
Close the noselandinggear forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980802).
Close the engine cowls.

Subtask 055105941007
G.
H.
I.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other equipment.

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TASK 055105220802
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the Nose
NOTE: Before you do this conditional inspection, make sure that you have completed the
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage (Ref. TASK 055105220801).
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055105946008
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 055105220801
TASK 055105220807
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 242315710801
TASK 322201980802
TASK 344201710802
TASK 344201710806
TASK 344201740801
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike
when the Nose Landing Gear was not Retracted
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Operational Test of the ADG AutoDeploy
Control Panel
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Operational Test of the Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (Part Number
9650976003210210)
Operational Test of the Enhanced Ground
Proximity Warning System (Part Number
9650976003212212)
BuiltIn Test of the Ground Proximity Warning
System
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055105941008
PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.

WARNING:

A.
B.

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Subtask 055105861007
C.

Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861801).

3. Procedure
Subtask 055105710106
A.

Do the check of the fire detection system as follows:


(1) On the FIRE DETECTION panel (overhead), set the LH, the APU and the RH
switches (five total) to position A. Set and hold the TEST switch to WARN.
(2) Make sure that the PBAs that follow come on:
LH ENG PUSH
RH ENG PUSH
APU FIRE PUSH
BOTTLE 1 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH
BOTTLE 2 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH
APU BOTTLE ARMED PUSH TO DISCH.
(3) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE

Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L ENG FIRE (Red)
R ENG FIRE (Red)
APU FIRE (Red)
L JETPIPE OVHT (Red)
R JETPIPE OVHT (Red)
L ENG SOV OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)
R ENG SOV OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec.
interval)
HYD SOV 1 OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)
HYD SOV 2 OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)

(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)

Make sure that you hear "JETPIPE OVERHEAT".


Make sure that you hear the fire bell.
Release the TEST switch.
Make sure that PBAs go off, the messages are not shown, and you hear no aural
warnings.
(8) On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set and hold the TEST switch to FAIL.
(9) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L FIRE FAIL (Amber)
R FIRE FAIL (Amber)
APU FIRE FAIL (Amber)

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Primary
Primary

L JET OVHT FAIL (Amber)


R JET OVHT FAIL (Amber)

(10) Release the TEST switch.


(11) Make sure that the messages are not shown.
B. On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set the LH, the APU and the RH switches (five total) to
position B. Set and hold the TEST switch to WARN.
(1) Make sure that the PBAs that follow come on:
LH ENG PUSH
RH ENG PUSH
APU FIRE PUSH
BOTTLE 1 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH
BOTTLE 2 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH
APU BOTTLE ARMED PUSH TO DISCH.
(2) Make sure that the messages that following are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L ENG FIRE (Red)
R ENG FIRE (Red)
APU FIRE (Red)
L JETPIPE OVHT (Red)
R JETPIPE OVHT (Red)
L ENG SOV OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)
R ENG SOV OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec.
interval)
HYD SOV 1 OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)
HYD SOV 2 OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)

(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Make sure that you hear "JETPIPE OVERHEAT".


Make sure that you hear the fire bell.
Release the TEST switch.
Make sure that PBAs go off, the messages are not shown, and you hear no aural
warnings.
(7) On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set and hold the TEST switch to FAIL.
(8) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L FIRE FAIL (Amber)
R FIRE FAIL (Amber)
APU FIRE FAIL (Amber)
L JET OVHT FAIL (Amber)
R JET OVHT FAIL (Amber)

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(9) Release the TEST switch.


(10) Make sure that the messages are not shown.
C. On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set the LH, the APU and the RH switches (five total) to
BOTH. Set and hold the TEST switch to WARN.
(1) Make sure that the following PBAs come on:
LH ENG PUSH
RH ENG PUSH
APU FIRE PUSH
BOTTLE 1 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH
BOTTLE 2 ARMED PUSH TO DISCH
APU BOTTLE ARMED PUSH TO DISCH.
(2) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L ENG FIRE (Red)
R ENG FIRE (Red)
APU FIRE (Red)
L JETPIPE OVHT (Red)
R JETPIPE OVHT (Red)
L ENG SOV OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)
R ENG SOV OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec.
interval)
HYD SOV 1 OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)
HYD SOV 2 OPEN (Amber) (after 10 sec. interval)

(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)

Make sure that you hear "JETPIPE OVERHEAT".


Make sure that you hear the fire bell.
Release the TEST switch.
Make sure that the PBAs go off, the messages are not shown, and you hear no
aural warnings.
(7) On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set and hold the TEST switch to FAIL.
(8) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L FIRE FAIL (Amber)
R FIRE FAIL (Amber)
APU FIRE FAIL (Amber)
L JET OVHT FAIL (Amber)
R JET OVHT FAIL (Amber)

(9) Release the TEST switch.


(10) Make sure that the messages are not shown.

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D.

On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set and hold the ENG BOTTLE 1 switch to TEST, then
release it.
(1) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE

Status
Status
E.

On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set and hold the ENG BOTTLE 2 switch to TEST, then
release it.
(1) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE

Status
Status
F.

EICAS MESSAGE
L ENG SQUIB 1 (Green)
R ENG SQUIB 1 (Green)

EICAS MESSAGE
L ENG SQUIB 2 (Green)
R ENG SQUIB 2 (Green)

On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set and hold the APU BOTTLE switch to TEST for at
least five seconds, then release it.
(1) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE

Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
APU SQUIB 1 (Green)
APU SQUIB 2 (Green)

(2) Make sure that after five seconds, you hear the APU fire horn.
(3) Make sure that after you release the switch, the messages are not shown and you
do not hear the aural warning.
Subtask 055105710107
G.

Do a check of the APU fire extinguishing system as follows:


(1) If the fuel tanks are empty, pull the circuit breaker that follows:

CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 1N10

LABEL
XFER/APU FUEL PUMP

(2) On the APU control Panel, push in the APU PWR FUEL PBA.
(3) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Status
Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
APU SOV OPEN (White)
APU IN BITE (White) (shown for five seconds)
DOOR OPEN (White)

(4) Make sure that the APU RPM and EGT gauges are shown on the Status page.

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WARNING:

DO NOT PRESS THE APU BOTTLE PUSH TO DISCH PBA WHEN THE
APU FIRE EXTINGUISHER IS ARMED. IF YOU PRESS THE PBA, THE
FIRE EXTINGUISHER WILL DISCHARGE EXTINGUISHANT INTO THE
APU. THIS IS POISONOUS AND YOU COULD DAMAGE YOUR
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM IF YOU BREATHE FUMES OR AIRBORNE
PARTICLES.
(5) On the right side of the glareshield, push in the APU FIRE PUSH PBA.
(6) Make sure that the APU BOTTLE ARMED PUSH TO DISCH PBA comes on.
(7) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
APU SOV OPEN (White)

(8) Push out the APU FIRE PUSH PBA.


(9) Make sure that the APU BOTTLE ARMED TO DISCH PBA goes off.
(10) If the APU BOTTLE ARMED TO DISCH PBA does not go off, pull the circuit
breakers that follow:
CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 1N10
CB 1N11

LABEL
XFER/APU FUEL PUMP
XFER/APU CONT

(11) Make sure that on the APU control panel, the PUMP FAIL PBA comes on after
approximately 35 seconds.
(12) On the APU control panel, push out the APU PWR FUEL PBA.
(13) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status (Bottom)

EICAS MESSAGE
DOOR CLSD (White)

(14) Push the circuit breakers that follow:


CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 1N10
CB 1N11

LABEL
XFER/APU FUEL PUMP
XFER/APU CONT

(15) Make sure that PUMP FAIL PBA goes off.


Subtask 055105710108
H.

Do a check of the engine fire extinguishing system as follows:


WARNING: DO NOT PRESS THE ENGINE BOTTLE 1 PUSH TO DISCH PBA, OR
THE ENGINE BOTTLE 2 PUSH TO DISCH PBA, WHEN THE ENGINE
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS ARE ARMED. IF YOU PRESS A PBA, A FIRE
EXTINGUISHER WILL DISCHARGE EXTINGUISHANT INTO THE
ENGINES. THIS IS POISONOUS AND YOU COULD DAMAGE YOUR
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM IF YOU BREATHE FUMES OR AIRBORNE
PARTICLES.
(1) On the glareshield, push in the LH and the RH ENG FIRE PUSH PBAs.

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(2) Make sure that the BOTTLE 1 ARMED TO DISCH PBA and the BOTTLE 2 ARMED
TO DISCH PBA come on.
(3) Make sure the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
L ENG SOV CLSD (Amber)
R ENG SOV CLSD (Amber)
HYDR SOV 1 CLSD (Green)
HYDR SOV 2 CLSD (Green)

(4) On the glareshield, push out the LH and the RH ENG FIRE PUSH PBAs.
(5) Make sure that PBAs go of and the messages are not shown.
(6) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L FUEL LO PRESS (Amber)
R FUEL LO PRESS (Amber)

**ON A/C 70037067, 70697389, 73917395, 73977408, 74107411, 74137415, 74177422,


74247431, 74337443, 74457457, 74597474, 7476, 74787487, 74897491, 74937494,
74967500, 75027504, 75077514, 75177523, 75267531, 75347540, 7542, 75447553,
75557559, 75617576, 75787579, 75817586, 75897597, 75997603, 76057610,
76127622, 76247630, 76327645, 76477658, 76607664, 76667671, 76757682,
76847687, 76897693, 7695, 7697, 76997708, 77117717, 77197720, 77227732,
77347735, 77377744, 7746, 77487750, 77527757, 77597770, 77727774, 77767782,
77847789, 77917793, 77957796, 77987799, 78017807, 78097827, 78297835, 7838,
78407846, 78487854, 78567868, 78707876, 78787882, 7885, 7887, 78897990,
80008064, 80668068
Subtask 055105710109
I.

Do the check of the standby attitude indicator as follows:


(1) On the standby attitude indicator, release the PULL TO CAGE knob.
(2) Make sure that the OFF flag goes out of view.
(3) Monitor the indicator for 1 minute.
(4) Make sure that the sphere does not move from side to side or change attitude.
(5) Engage the PULL TO CAGE knob.
(6) Make sure that the OFF flag comes into view.

**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105710110
J.

Do a check of the cargo compartment fire extinguishing system as follows:

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WARNING:

DO NOT PRESS THE NORMAL OR STANDBY BOTTLE PUSH TO


DISCH PBA WHEN THE CARGO FIRE EXTINGUISHER IS ARMED. IF
YOU PRESS A PBA, THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER WILL DISCHARGE
EXTINGUISHANT INTO THE CARGO COMPARTMENT. THIS IS
POISONOUS, AND YOU COULD DAMAGE YOUR RESPIRATORY
SYSTEM IF YOU BREATHE FUMES OR AIRBORNE PARTICLES.
(1) On the FIRE DETECTION panel, set and hold the CARGO BOTTLE switch to
TEST 1.
(2) Make sure that on the CARGO FIREX panel (center pedestal):
The NORMAL, CARGO SMOKE PUSH PBA comes on.
The NORMAL, BOTTLE ARMED PUSH TO DISCH PBA comes on.
The STANDBY, CARGO SMOKE PUSH PBA comes on.
(3) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE

Primary
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
SMOKE CARGO (Red)
CARGO SQUIB 1 (Green)
"SMOKE" is heard

(4) Release the CARGO BOTTLE switch.


(5) Make sure that the PBAs go off, the messages are not shown, and you do not hear
the aural warning.
(6) Set and hold the CARGO BOTTLE switch to TEST 2.
(7) Make sure that on the CARGO FIREX panel:
The NORMAL, CARGO SMOKE PUSH PBA comes on.
The STANDBY, CARGO SMOKE PUSH PBA comes on.
The STANDBY, BOTTLE ARMED PUSH TO DISCH PBA comes on.
(8) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
SMOKE CARGO (Red)
CARGO SQUIB 2 (Green)
"SMOKE" is heard

(9) Release the CARGO BOTTLE switch.


(10) Make sure that the PBAs go off, the messages are not shown, and you do not hear
the aural warning.
Subtask 055105710111
K.

Do a check of the AC and DC power systems as follows:


NOTE: In this subtask, Status (white) and Advisory (green) messages come into view
on the Multifunction Display (MFD) 1 and on the EICAS Secondary Display.
(1) On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel, push in the AC PBA.

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(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)

Make sure that the AC IN USE PBA comes on.


On the pilots display reversionary panel (left sidepanel), set the switch to EICAS.
Make sure that the L MFD and ED 2 show the same indication.
On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel, push in the GEN 1, AUTOXFER,
FAIL/OFF PBA.
(6) Make sure that the GEN 1, AUTOXFER PBA OFF light comes on.
(7) Make sure that the messages and the indications that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Status
Status
Status
Status
AC Electrical Page
AC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page

EICAS MESSAGE
AC BUS 1 (Amber)
DC TIE 1 CLSD (White)
AC ESS ALTN (White)
AC UTIL 1 OFF (White)
AC 1 AUTOXFER OFF (White)
AC Bus 1 is not powered.
UTIL Bus 1 is not powered.
TRU 1 is not powered.
DC UTIL Bus 1 is not powered.

(8) Push out the GEN 1, AUTOXFER, FAIL/OFF PBA.


(9) Make sure that the power goes back to the usual condition.
(10) On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel, push in AC ESS XFER, ALTN
PBA.
(11) Make sure that the light in the ALTN PBA comes on.
(12) Make sure that the messages and the indication that follow are shown:
PAGE
Status
AC Electrical Page

EICAS MESSAGE
AC ESS ALTN (White)
Flow line switches from Bus 1 to Bus 2.

(13) Push out the AC ESS XFER ALTN PBA.


(14) Make sure that the power goes back to the usual condition.
(15) On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel, push in the GEN 2, AUTOXFER,
FAIL/OFF PBA.
(16) Make sure that the GEN 2, AUTOXFER OFF PBA comes on.
(17) Make sure that the TIE 1 and TIE 2 CLOSED PBAs come on.
(18) Make sure that the messages and the indications that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Status
Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
AC BUS 2
AC 2 AUTOXFER OFF (White)
AC UTIL 2 OFF (White)
DC TIE 1 CLSD (White)

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Status
AC Electrical Page
AC Electrical Page
AC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)

Push out the GEN 2, AUTOXFER FAIL/OFF PBA.


Make sure that the TIE 1 CLOSED PBA stays on.
On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel, push in the TIE 1 PBA.
Make sure that the indications that follow stay in view:

PAGE
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)

EICAS MESSAGE
UTIL Bus 1 is not powered.
Bus 1 load is shared between TRU 1 and SERV
TRU (only if above 15A).

Push out the TIE 1 PBA


Make sure that the power goes back to the usual condition.
Push in the TIE 2 PBA.
Make sure that the TIE 2 CLOSED PBA comes on.
Make sure that the messages and the indications that follow are shown:

PAGE
Status
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page
(28)
(29)
(30)
(31)
(32)

DC TIE 2 CLSD (White)


AC SERVICE BUS is not powered.
UTIL Bus 2 is not powered.
AC Bus 2 is not powered.
Both UTIL Busses are not powered.
TRU 2 is not powered.
ESS TRU is not powered.
SERV TRU is not powered.
Both TIE 1 and TIE 2 are closed.

EICAS MESSAGE
DC TIE 2 CLSD (White)
UTIL Bus 2 is not powered.
Bus 2 load is shared between TRU 2 and SERV
TRU (only if above 15A).

Push out the TIE 2 PBA.


Make sure that the power goes back to the usual condition.
Push in the ESS TIE PBA.
Make sure that ESS TIE, CLOSED PBA comes on.
Make sure that the messages and the indications that follow are shown:
PAGE

Status
DC Electrical Page

EICAS MESSAGE
DC ESS TIE CLSD (White)
Load is shared between the SERV TRU and the
ESS TRU 2.

(33) Pull the circuit breaker that follows:

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CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 1B2

LABEL
TRU 1

(34) Make sure that the messages and the indications that follow are shown:
PAGE
Status
Status
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page

EICAS MESSAGE
DC TIE 1 CLSD (White)
DC TIE 2 CLSD (White)
TIE 1 and TIE 2 are closed.
Bus 1 and Bus 2 loads are taken by TRU 2.

(35) Push the circuit breaker that follows:


CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 1B2

LABEL
TRU 1

(36) Make sure the message that follows is not shown:


PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
DC Tie 1 CLSD (White)

(37) On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel, push the TIE 2 PBA two times to
operate through two cycles.
(38) Make sure that on the DC Electrical Page, TIE 1 and TIE 2 are open.
(39) Pull the circuit breaker that follows:
CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 2B2

LABEL
TRU 2

(40) Make sure that the messages and the indications that follow are shown:
PAGE
Status
Status
DC Electrical Page
DC Electrical Page

EICAS MESSAGE
DC TIE 1 CLSD (White)
DC TIE 2 CLSD (White)
TIE 1 and TIE 2 are closed.
Bus 1 and Bus 2 loads are taken by TRU 1.

(41) Push the circuit breaker that follows:


CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 2B2

LABEL
TRU 2

(42) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
DC Tie 2 CLSD (White)

(43) On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel, push the TIE 1 PBA two times to
operate through two cycles.

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(44)
(45)
(46)
(47)

Make sure that on the DC Electrical Page, TIE 1 and TIE 2 are opened.
Push out the ESS TIE PBA.
Make sure that the power goes back to the usual condition.
Pull the circuit breakers that follow:

CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 1E5
CB 2E5

LABEL
MAIN BATT CHGR
APU BATT CHGR

(48) Push the circuit breakers that follow:


CIRCUIT BREAKER
CB 1E5
CB 2E5

LABEL
MAIN BATT CHGR
APU BATT CHGR

(49) Make sure that the APU and the MAIN BATT voltage increases significantly (32 V
max.).
(50) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Status
Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
APU BATT CHGR (Amber)
MAIN BATT CHGR (Amber)
CAS MISCOMP (White)
DCU 3 INOP (White)
ENG TYPE MISCOMP (White)

Subtask 055105710112
L.

Do a check of the emergency lighting system as follows:


(1) On EMER LIGHTS control panel, set the switch to ON.
(2) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
EMER LTS ON (White)

(3) Make sure that the cabin interior emergency lights come on.
(4) Make sure that the external emergency lights come on (four on each side of
fuselage).
(5) Set the switch to OFF.
(6) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
EMER LTS OFF (Amber)

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Subtask 055105710113
M.

Do a check of the antiicing system as follows:


(1) On the ANTIICE control panel, set the WING switch to STBY or NORM.
(2) Make sure that on the Primary Page, the bottom arcs of the N2 gauges are shown
amber.
(3) On the ANTIICE control panel, set the WING switch to OFF.
(4) Make sure that on the Primary Page, the N2 gauges are shown fully green.
(5) Push in and hold the WING, TEST PBA.
(6) Make sure that WING, OVHT PBA comes on.
(7) Make sure that you hear the aural warning, and that the messages that follow come
into view:
PAGE

Primary
Status
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)

Release the WING, TEST PBA.


Make sure that the PBA goes off.
Make sure that the messages are not shown and you do not hear the aural warning.
On the ANTIICE control panel, set the LH and RH COWL switches to ON.
Make sure that the messages that follow are shown after 3 seconds:
PAGE

Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
WING OVHT (Red)
WING A/ICE OK (Green)
"WING OVERHEAT" is heard.

EICAS MESSAGE
L COWL A/ICE (Amber)
R COWL A/ICE (Amber)

(13) Set the LH and the RH COWL switches to OFF.


(14) Make sure that the messages are not shown.
**ON A/C 7008, 70117014, 70177018, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040,
70427044, 7046, 7048, 7050, 70557056, 7062, 70667067, 7069, 7072, 7075, 7077,
70797080, 7089, 70917092, 70997102, 7105, 7109, 7111, 71167117, 7123, 7127, 7129,
71317132, 7134, 7136, 71407141, 71457146, 71507152, 71567159, 7163, 71687169,
71717176, 71787179, 7181, 71857188, 71917192, 71947196, 7199, 72027204,
72067218, 72247225, 72277233, 72357236, 72387246, 72507251, 72537261,
72637265, 72677271, 72737281, 72847295, 7297, 7300, 73027308, 73107315,
73177319, 7322, 73247328, 73307331, 73337342, 7344, 73467349, 73517364,
73667370, 7372, 7374, 7376, 73797383, 7385, 73877388 Pre SB601R31022
(15) Push in and hold DET TEST PBA.
(16) Make sure that ICE DET PBA comes ON (Red).
(17) Make sure that you hear the aural warning, and the message that follows is shown:

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PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
ICE (Red)
"ICE" is heard.

**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7115, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 7154,
71667167, 7170, 7205, 7272, 7365, 7371, 7384, 73907990, 80008064, 80668068 and ON
A/C 70037031, 70347040, 70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093,
70957102, 71047109, 71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141,
71437147, 71507153, 71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192,
71947204, 72067271, 72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Post SB601R31022
(18) Push in and hold the DET, TEST PBA.
(19) Make sure that the DET, ICE PBA comes on (amber).
(20) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
ICE (Green)

**ON A/C ALL


(21) Release the DET, TEST PBA.
(22) Make sure that the messages and the indications are not shown.
(23) On the ANTIICE control panel, set the LH and the RH WSHLD switches to LOW.
(24) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
R WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
L WINDOW HEAT (Amber)
R WINDOW HEAT (Amber)

(25) Push in the WSHLD, TEST button momentarily, then release it.
(26) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown for approximately 10 seconds,
then not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
R WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
L WINDOW HEAT (Amber)
R WINDOW HEAT (Amber)

(27) Set the LH and the RH WSHLD switches to HI.


(28) Push in the WSHLD, TEST button momentarily, then release it.
(29) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown for approximately 10 seconds,
then not shown:

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PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
R WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
L WINDOW HEAT (Amber)
R WINDOW HEAT (Amber)

(30) Set the LH and the RH WSHLD switches to OFF.


(31) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
R WSHLD HEAT (Amber)
L WINDOW HEAT (Amber)
R WINDOW HEAT (Amber)

WARNING:

TELL MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL NOT TO TOUCH THE PROBES


DURING THE TEST. THE PROBES WILL GET HOT. IF PERSONNEL
TOUCH THE PROBES, THEY COULD RECEIVE SEVERE BURNS.
CAUTION:
REMOVE EQUIPMENT FROM THE AREA AROUND THE ADS
HEATERS. THE HEATERS WILL GET HOT DURING THE TEST. IF YOU
DO NOT DO THIS, YOU COULD DAMAGE THE EQUIPMENT.
(32) On the ANTIICE control panel, set the LH and the RH PROBES switches to ON.
(33) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L PITOT HEAT (Amber)
R PITOT HEAT (Amber)
STBY PITOT HEAT (Amber)

(34) Make sure that all the external ADS probes become hot except the TAT probe.
(35) Set the LH and the RH PROBES switches to OFF.
(36) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L PITOT HEAT (Amber)
R PITOT HEAT (Amber)
STBY PITOT HEAT (Amber)

(37) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
L AOA HEAT (Amber)
L STATIC HEAT (Amber)
PITOT BASE HEAT (Amber)
R AOA HEAT (Amber)
R STATIC HEAT (Amber)

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Primary

TAT PITOT HEAT (Amber)

Subtask 055105710114
N.

Do a check of the stall protection system as follows:


NOTE: If you did this check during TASK 055105220801, continue directly to the
next subtask.
(1) On the left and the right sidepanels, set the two STALL PTCT PUSHER switches
to ON.
(2) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE

Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
STALL FAIL

(3) On the left side of the glareshield, push the STALL PBA momentarily.
(4) Make sure that, in sequence:
On the LENGR/IGNITION control panel, the IGNITION, CONT ON PBA
comes on
The control column stickshakers operate
The two control columns move forward
The STALL PBAs flash
The aircraft returns to the usual condition.
(5) On the right side of the glareshield, push the STALL PBA momentarily.
(6) Make sure that:
On the LENGR/IGNITION control panel, the IGNITION, CONT ON PBA
comes on
The control column stickshakers operate.
(7) When the control columns start to move forward, push the SP button on the pilots
control Wheel, then release it.
(8) Make sure that the stick pusher disconnects quickly, then pushes again.
(9) On the copilots control wheel, push the SP button, then release it.
(10) Make sure that the stick pusher disconnects slowly, then pushes again.
(11) On the left sidepanel, set the STALL PTCT PUSHER switch to OFF then to ON.
(12) Make sure that the message that follows is shown momentarily:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
STALL FAIL (Amber)

(13) On the right sidepanel, set the STALL PTCT PUSHER switch to OFF, then to ON.
(14) Make sure that the message that follows is shown momentarily:

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PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
STALL FAIL (Amber)

Subtask 055105710115
O.

Do a check of the emergency locator transmitter (ELT) as follows:


CAUTION:
DO A TEST OF THE ELT WITHIN THE FIRST FIVE MINUTES AFTER
THE HOUR. IF YOU DO NOT DO NOT DO THIS TEST WITHIN THAT
PERIOD, THE TEST COULD BE MISTAKEN FOR A REAL
EMERGENCY.
(1) On the standby tune control unit (center pedestal), set COM 1 or 2 to 121.50 MHz.
(2) Set the ELT switch (on the forward edge of the overhead panel) to ON, then back to
ARM/RESET within 3 seconds.
(3) Make sure that the message that follows is shown for approximately five seconds,
then not shown:
PAGE

Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
ELT ON (Amber)

(4) Make sure that you hear an undulating tone for approximately 3 seconds.
(5) If the ELT does not reset, set the switch to ON and immediately back to
ARM/RESET.
**ON A/C 7033, 7041, 7052, 7138, 7149, 7153, 7161, 7180, 7189, 7193, 7198, 7201, 7234, 7237,
7351, 7392, 7455, 7639 and ON A/C 70037031, 70347040, 70427047, 70497051,
70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093, 70957102, 71047109, 71117114,
71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 7139, 7141, 71437147, 71507152, 71557160,
71637165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192, 71947197, 71997200,
72027204, 72067233, 72357236, 72387247, 72497271, 72737350, 73527364,
73667370, 73727383, 73857391, 73937452, 7454, 74567458, 74607479, 74817514,
75167555, 75577570, 75727580, 75827595, 7597, 75997604, 76067638, 76407641,
7647, 7684, 7697 Pre SB601R34116
Subtask 055105710116
P.

Do the builtin test of the ground proximity warning system (GPWS) (Ref.
TASK 344201740801).

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**ON A/C 7003, 7005, 7020, 70327033, 7041, 7045, 7047, 7049, 70517054, 70577061, 7063,
7065, 7071, 7074, 7078, 70817084, 7087, 70957099, 7107, 7112, 7115, 7118, 7120,
71247126, 7133, 71367140, 7144, 7149, 71537156, 71607161, 7164, 7166, 7170,
71727173, 71757178, 71807185, 7189, 7191, 7193, 7195, 71977198, 72017202, 7208,
72177218, 7223, 7226, 7228, 7231, 7234, 7237, 7239, 72477248, 7260, 7264, 7272, 7275,
7278, 7283, 7286, 7291, 72987299, 7302, 7305, 7309, 7314, 7316, 7318, 7323, 7325,
73297332, 73367337, 7342, 7351, 7353, 73577358, 7361, 7367, 73727373, 7384, 7386,
7392, 7395, 7401, 74047405, 7411, 7417, 7421, 7433, 74357436, 74427443, 7445, 7455,
7498, 7512, 7522, 7571, 7581, 7596, 7605, 7639, 7647, 7684, 7697
Subtask 055105710117
Where applicable, make sure that you do the builtin test of the ground
proximity warning system (GPWS) (Ref. TASK 344201740801)
Q.
Do a check of the ground proximity warning system (GPWS) as follows:
**ON A/C 70327033, 7041, 7052, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7099, 7125, 7133, 71367140, 7149, 7156,
7166, 7170, 7176, 7180, 7189, 7193, 7272, 7298, 7351, 7384, 7455, 7605, 7639
(1) On the mode selector unit (MSU) (at the rear of the center pedestal), set the two
IRS switches to ATT.
(2) Make sure that, after a short time, on the PFD 1 and 2, you see brown/blue rasters.
NOTE:

**ON A/C 7003, 7005, 7020, 70327033, 7041, 7045, 7047, 7049, 70517054, 70577061,
7065, 7071, 7074, 7078, 70817084, 7087, 70957099, 7107, 7112, 7115, 7118,
71247126, 7133, 71367140, 7144, 7149, 71537156, 71607161, 7164, 7166,
71727173, 71757178, 71807185, 7189, 7191, 7193, 7195, 71977198, 72017202,
72177218, 7223, 7226, 7228, 7231, 7234, 7237, 7239, 72477248, 7260, 7264, 7272,
7278, 7283, 7286, 7291, 72987299, 7302, 7305, 7309, 7314, 7316, 7318, 7323,
73297332, 73367337, 7342, 7351, 7353, 73577358, 7361, 7367, 73727373, 7384,
7392, 7395, 7401, 74047405, 7411, 7417, 7421, 7433, 74357436, 74427443, 7445,
7498, 7512, 7522, 7571, 7581, 7596, 7605, 7639, 7647, 7684, 7697
(3) On the glareshield, push the left GPWS/GS PBA, then release it.
(4) Make sure that the left and right G/S PBSs come on, and flash.
(5) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE
Status
Status
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)

7063,
7120,
7170,
7208,
7275,
7325,
7386,
7455,

EICAS MESSAGE
GPWS FAIL (Amber)
WINDSHEAR FAIL (Amber)

Make sure that you hear "GLIDESLOPE".


Make sure that the left and right GPWS PBAs come on, and flash.
Make sure that you hear "WHOOP WHOOP WHOOP PULL UP".
Make sure that you hear a siren.
Make sure that you hear "WINDSHEAR WINDSHEAR WINDSHEAR".
Push the right GPWS/GS PBA, then release it.
Make sure that the left and right G/S PBAs come on, and flash.
Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:

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Status
Status
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)

EICAS MESSAGE
GPWS FAIL (White)
WINDSHEAR FAIL (White)

Make sure that you hear "GLIDESLOPE".


Make sure that the left and right GPWS PBAs come on, and flash.
Make sure that you hear "WHOOP WHOOP PULL UP".
Make sure that you hear a siren.
Make sure that you hear "WINDSHEAR WINDSHEAR WINDSHEAR".
Make sure that after the test, the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
GPWS FAIL (White)
WINDSHEAR FAIL (White)

**ON A/C 76427646, 76487683, 76857696, 76987990, 80008064, 80668068


Subtask 055105710119
R.

Do the operational test of the enhanced ground proximity warning system (EGPWS Part
Number 9650976003212212). (Ref. TASK 344201710806).

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**ON A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7081, 7084, 7126, 7144, 7164, 7166, 7170, 7177, 71827184,
7188, 7194, 71967197, 7207, 7210, 7212, 7223, 7243, 7254, 72567258, 7263, 72807281,
7288, 7290, 7294, 7304, 73227323, 7332, 7335, 7341, 7347, 7355, 73607362, 7369, 7374,
7382, 7390, 73957396, 7404, 7409, 7412, 7416, 74237424, 7432, 7444, 7447, 7458,
74757477, 7479, 7488, 7492, 74957496, 75007507, 7513, 75157516, 7521, 75247525,
75307533, 75417543, 7549, 7554, 75597560, 7564, 75677568, 7570, 7573, 7577,
75797580, 7583, 75867588, 7593, 7598, 7600, 7604, 76067608, 76107611, 7616,
76187620, 7623, 7628, 76307633, 7636, 7640, 7646, 76587659, 7663, 7665, 7669, 7672,
76947695, 7703, 7727, 7731, 77337734, 7736, 7738, 7744, 77537754, 7757, 7766, 7777,
7781, 7788, 7804, 7806, 7814, 7818, 7823, 7826, 7830, 7832, 7835, 7838, 7842, 7848, 7854,
7861, 7863, 7867, 7870, 7875, 7878, 7890, 7893, 7917 and ON A/C 70047019, 70217052,
70547056, 70587067, 70697080, 70827083, 70857125, 71277143, 71457163, 7165,
71677169, 71717176, 71787181, 71857187, 71897193, 7195, 71987206, 72087209,
7211, 72137222, 72247242, 72447253, 7255, 72597262, 72647279, 72827287, 7289,
72917293, 72957303, 73057321, 73247331, 73337334, 73367340, 73427346,
73487354, 73567359, 73637368, 73707373, 73757381, 73837389, 73917394,
73977403, 74057408, 74107411, 74137415, 74177422, 74257431, 74337443,
74457446, 74487457, 74597474, 7478, 74807487, 74897491, 74937494, 74977499,
75087512, 7514, 75177520, 75227523, 75267529, 75347540, 75447548, 75507553,
75557558, 75617563, 75657566, 7569, 75717572, 75747576, 7578, 75817582,
75847585, 75897592, 75947597, 7599, 76017603, 7605, 7609, 76127615, 7617,
76217622, 76247627, 7629, 76347635, 76377639, 76417645, 76477657, 76607662,
7664, 76667668, 76707671, 76737693, 76967702, 77047726, 77287730, 7732, 7735,
7737, 77397743, 77457752, 77557756, 77587765, 77677776, 77787780, 77827787,
77897803, 7805, 78077813, 78157817, 78197822, 78247825, 78277829, 7831,
78337834, 78367837, 78397841, 78437847, 78497853, 78557860, 7862, 78647866,
78687869, 78717874, 78767877, 78797889, 78917892, 78947916, 79187990,
80008064, 80668068 Post SB601R34107
Subtask 055105730001
S.

Do the altimeter scaleerror test as follows:


(1) On the source selector panel (on the center pedestal), make sure that the AIR
DATA source selector is set to NORM.
(2) On the pilots and copilots airdata reference panels, push the BARO selector to
set the barometric pressure scale to 29.92 inHg (1013 hPa).
(3) On the pilots and copilots primary flight displays (PFD), make sure that a
barometric pressure display of 29.92 inHg (1013 hPa) is shown.
(4) On the pilots and copilots airdata reference panels, push the HPA/IN pushbutton
as necessary to set the PFD displays in inches of mercury (IN) or hectopascals
(HPA). Make sure that the barometric pressure display is shown in the set units of
measure.
(5) On the pitotstatic pressure tester, make sure that the barometric pressure scale is
set to 29.92 inHg (1013 hPa).
(6) Measure the altitude correction : the vertical distance between PitotStatic Head
reference level and ADTS ground vent reference level.
(7) After warmup period, enter the altitude correction in 1 foot increment.
NOTE: In MEASURE mode, push SETUP, ALT, enter the new altitude and push
ENTER, then push CLEAR/QUIT twice to return.

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(8) On the pitotstatic pressure tester, slowly adjust the airspeed control to get an
airspeed of 0 knots.
(9) On the pitotstatic pressure tester, slowly adjust the altitude control to get the test
altitudes that are shown in Table 502.
(a) Hold each test altitude for a minimum of 1 minute and a maximum of 10
minutes, then read the indications. Make sure that the pilots and copilots
PFDs show indications that are in tolerance.
NOTE: Too much difference between the altitudes shown on the PFDs will
cause the altitude comparator (a yellow boxed ALT) to flash. It will
flash until the MASTER CAUTION pushbuttonannunciator is set.
(b) Make sure that there is no unusual time delay to get to the subsequent altitude
between the pilots PFD and the copilots PFD.
PITOTSTATIC
PRESSURE TESTER
ALTITUDE (FEET)

BAROMETRIC
SETTING (Inches Hg)

PILOTS AND
COPILOTS PFDs
(FEET)

1000
0
500
1000
1500
2000
3000
4000
6000
8000
10 000
12 000
14 000
16 000
18 000
20 000
22 000
25 000
29 000
30 000
33 000
35 000
37 000

31.018
29.921
29.385
28.856
28.335
27.821
26.817
25.842
23.978
22.225
20.577
19.029
17.577
16.216
14.942
13.750
12.636
11.104
9.297
8.885
7.737
7.040
6.396

1020 to 980
20 to 20
480 to 520
980 to 1020
1475 to 1525
1970 to 2030
2970 to 3030
3965 to 4035
5960 to 6040
7940 to 8040
9920 to 10 080
11 910 to 12 090
13 900 to 14 100
15 890 to 16 110
17 880 to 18 120
19 870 to 20 130
21 860 to 22 140
24 845 to 25 155
28 952 to 29 048
29 952 to 30 048
32 952 to 33 048
34 952 to 35 048
36 952 to 37 048

DIFFERENCE
BETWEEN PFDs to
cause the ALT
comparator to flash
>55
>60
>62
>64
>66
>68
>69
>77
>86
>93
>103
>112
>121
>130
>138
>147
>155
>169
>186
>190
>203
>212
>220

Altimeter ScaleError Test (Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Compliance Aircraft
Only)
Table 502

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PITOTSTATIC
PRESSURE TESTER
ALTITUDE (FEET)

BAROMETRIC
SETTING (Inches Hg)

PILOTS AND
COPILOTS PFDs
(FEET)

40 000
41 000
46 000

5.538
5.278

39 952 to 40 048
40 952 to 41 048
45 740 to 46 260

DIFFERENCE
BETWEEN PFDs to
cause the ALT
comparator to flash
>234
>238
>260

Altimeter ScaleError Test (Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Compliance Aircraft
Only)
Table 502
(10) On the pitotstatic pressure tester, slowly adjust the airspeed and altitude controls
to let the pitot and static pressures go back to ambient.
**ON A/C ALL
Subtask 055105710120
T.

Do a check of the radio altimeter as follows:


(1) On the pilots air data reference panel, push and hold the RA TEST button, then
release it.
(2) On the PFD 1 and 2, make sure that 50 FT is shown, then it goes to 0.
(3) Make sure that the PFD analog radio height scale shows 50 ft, then 0.
(4) Make sure that, if the aircraft is FAA certified, the ground reference bar drops below
the aircraft symbol.
(5) On the copilots air data reference panel, push and hold the RA TEST button, then
release it.
(6) On the PFD 1 and 2, make sure that 50 FT is shown, then it goes to 0.
(7) Make sure that the PFD analog radio height scale shows 50 ft, then 0.
(8) Make sure that, if the aircraft is FAA certified, the ground reference bar drops below
the aircraft symbol.

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**ON A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7081, 7084, 7176, 7190, 7226, 72477249, 7252, 7262, 7266,
7272, 72827283, 7296, 72987299, 7301, 7309, 7316, 73207321, 7323, 7329, 7332, 7343,
7345, 73507351, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7375, 73777378, 7384, 7386, 7389, 7391, 73937394,
7403, 7407, 7413, 7419, 7425, 74307431, 7434, 74367437, 7439, 7442, 7446, 7449, 7452,
7456, 7464, 7466, 74687469, 7474, 7476, 74787480, 7484, 74867487, 74937494,
74967497, 7499, 75027504, 7507, 75107511, 75137514, 75177518, 7521, 7523,
75297531, 75367540, 7542, 75467552, 7555, 75577559, 75627567, 7570, 75737574,
7576, 75787579, 75837584, 75897592, 75957990, 80008064, 80668068 and ON A/C
70047019, 70217052, 70547056, 70587067, 70697080, 70827083, 70857175,
71777189, 71917225, 72277246 Post SB601R23031
Subtask 055105710121
U.

Do a check of the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) as follows:


(1) Connect a headset into the headphone jack in the CVR control unit.
(2) On the audio control panel 1 or 2, set the rotary switch to INT/SVC.
(3) Set the lower, left switch to I/C.
(4) On the CVR control unit, push and hold the TEST button for five seconds, then
release it.
(5) Make sure that you hear a short 600 Hz sound in the headset.
(6) Make sure that the green test lamp comes on.
(7) Make sure that you hear the cockpit conversation after five seconds.

**ON A/C 70047019, 70217052, 70547056, 70587067, 70697080, 70827083, 70857175,


71777189, 71917225, 72277246 Pre SB601R23031
Subtask 055105710122
V.

Do a check of the cockpit voice recorder (CVR) as follows:


(1) Connect a headset into the headphone jack in the CVR control unit.
(2) On the audio control panel 1 or 2, set the rotary switch to INT/SVC.
(3) Set the lower, left switch to I/C.
(4) On the CVR control unit, push and hold the TEST button for five seconds, then
release it.
(5) Make sure that you hear a short 600 Hz sound in the headset.
(6) Make sure that the display pointer moves into the green band
(7) Make sure that you hear the cockpit conversation after five seconds.

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**ON A/C 70117014, 70177018, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040, 70427051,
70547056, 7058, 7060, 7062, 70657067, 7069, 70717072, 7074, 70777080, 70827083,
7087, 70917092, 70957098, 71007102, 7105, 7107, 7109, 71117112, 71157118, 7120,
71237124, 7127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7137, 7139, 7141, 71457146, 71507151,
71547161, 7163, 7166, 71687175, 71777179, 71817188, 71917192, 71947199,
72017204, 72067218, 72237246, 72507251, 72537261, 72637265, 72677271,
72737281, 72847295, 7297, 7300, 73027319, 73227328, 73307342, 7344, 73467349,
73527364, 73667370, 7372, 7374, 7376, 73797383, 7385, 73877388, 7390, 7392,
73957402, 74047406, 74087412, 74147418, 74207429, 74327433, 74377438,
74407441, 74447448, 74507454, 74567463, 7465, 74677468, 74707477, 7479,
74817485, 74877492, 74957497, 75007511, 7513, 75157521, 75237528, 75307546,
75487555, 75587562, 7564, 7566, 75687569, 7572, 75747580, 7582, 75847590,
75927595, 75977604, 7606, 76087613, 76157616, 7618, 76207621, 7623, 76277628,
76317638, 76407642, 76447646, 76487660, 76627675, 76777683, 7685, 76877689,
76917696, 76987699, 77017703, 77077731, 77337737, 77397745, 77477766,
77687783, 77867797, 77997806, 78087833, 78357845, 78477850, 78527861, 7863,
7865, 78677868, 78707900, 79037909, 79117914, 79167949, 79517957, 79597962,
79647965, 79677972, 7974, 79767977, 7980, 7982, 7986, 80008001, 80058007,
80128016, 80198045, 80478049, 80518057, 8064
Subtask 055105710123
W.

Do a check of the FMS system as follows:


(1) If equipped with dual IRS:
(a) On the mode selector unit in the center pedestal, set the IRS 1 and IRS 2
switches to NAV (or to OFF then NAV, if in the ATT mode).
(b) Make sure that on the PFD 1 and 2, ATT/HDG ALIGNING DO NOT TAXI is
shown.
(2) Make sure that, on the pilots control displayunit for the flight management system,
the present date is within the active database period.
(3) Make the selection of FMS CONTROL from the INDEX menu.
(4) Make sure that MAG/TRUE is shown.
(5) Make sure that SYNC/INDEP is shown.
(6) Make the selection of POS INIT from the INDEX menu.
(7) Enter the position of the aircraft.
(8) Make sure that the position is shown under SET POS.
(9) Make sure that after alignment, on the PFD 1 and 2, you see brown/blue rasters.
(10) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
EFIS COMP INOP (Amber)
EFIS COMP MON (Amber)

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**ON A/C 70327033, 7036, 7052, 7059, 7061, 70637064, 7070, 7073, 70757076, 70857086,
70887090, 70937094, 7099, 71037104, 7106, 7108, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122,
7125, 7128, 7130, 7133, 71357136, 7140, 71427143, 7148, 7152, 7162, 7165, 7167, 7176,
7180, 71897190, 7193, 7200, 72197222, 72477249, 7252, 7262, 7266, 7272, 72827283,
7296, 72987299, 7301, 73207321, 7329, 7343, 7345, 73507351, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7375,
73777378, 7384, 7386, 7389, 7393, 7430, 74347436, 74427443, 74527453, 7455, 7459,
7466, 7469, 7480, 7484, 7493, 7498, 7512, 7514, 7522, 7529, 7547, 7556, 7563, 7591, 7605,
7617, 7622, 7624, 7626, 7639, 7643, 7661, 7700, 77057706, 7732, 7746, 7767, 7785, 7798,
7834, 7851, 7866, 7910, 7915, 7950, 7973, 7975, 7981, 7984, 79897990, 8008, 8010, 8050,
80588059, 80618063
Subtask 055105710124
X.

Do a check of the dual FMS systems as follows:


(1) If equipped with dual IRS:
(a) On the mode selector unit in the center pedestal, set the IRS 1 and IRS 2
switches to NAV (or to OFF then NAV, if in the ATT mode).
(b) Make sure that on the PFD 1 and 2, ATT/HDG ALIGNING DO NOT TAXI is
shown.
(2) Make sure that, on the pilots control displayunit for the flight management system,
the present date is within the active database period.
(3) Make the selection of FMS CONTROL from the INDEX menu.
(4) Make sure that MAG/TRUE is shown.
(5) Make sure that SYNC/INDEP is shown.
(6) Make the selection of POS INIT from the INDEX menu on the pilots and the
copilots control displayunits.
(7) Enter the position of the aircraft.
(8) Make sure that the position is shown under SET POS on the two control
displayunits.
(9) Make sure that after alignment, on the PFD 1 and 2, you see brown/blue rasters.
(10) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
EFIS COMP INOP (Amber)
EFIS COMP MON (Amber)

**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105710125
Y.

Do a check of the RTUCOM and standby tuning system as follows:


(1) On the pilots audio control panel (ACP 1), set the rotary switch to VHF 1 and push
on the SPKR button.
(2) On the pilots radio tuningunit (RTU 1), set the COM 1 frequency to the local
Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS) frequency.

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(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
(29)
(30)
(31)

Make sure that you hear the ATIS on the headsets and the speakers.
On the ACP 1, set the EMER/NORM switch to EMER.
Make sure that you hear weak ATIS in the headsets, with static noise.
Set the EMER/NORM switch to NORM.
On the RTU 1, set the COM 1 to a different frequency (not ATIS).
On the pilots control wheel, push the PTT switch momentarily, then release it.
Make sure that on RTU 1, TX is shown momentarily.
On the pilots handheld microphone, push the PTT switch momentarily, then
release it.
Make sure that TX is shown momentarily.
On ACP 1, set the R/TI/C switch to R/T momentarily, then release it.
Make sure that TX is shown momentarily.
On the copilots audio control panel (ACP 2), set the rotary switch to VHF 2 and
push on the SPKR button.
On the copilots radio tuningunit (RTU 2), set the COM 2 frequency to the local
ATIS frequency.
Make sure that you hear the ATIS on the headsets and the speakers.
On the ACP 2, set the EMER/NORM switch to EMER.
Make sure that you hear weak ATIS in the headsets, with static noise.
Set the EMER/NORM switch to NORM.
On the RTU 2, set the COM 2 to a different frequency (not ATIS).
On the copilots control wheel, push the PTT switch momentarily, then release it.
Make sure that on the RTU 2, TX is shown momentarily.
On the copilots handheld microphone, push the PTT switch momentarily, then
release it.
Make sure that on the RTU 2, TX is shown momentarily.
On the ACP 2, set the R/TI/C switch to R/T momentarily, then release it.
Make sure that TX is shown momentarily.
On the rear audio control panel (ACP 3), set the rotary switch to VHF 1 and push in
the SPKR button.
On the RTU 1, set the COM 1 frequency .
Make sure that you hear the ATIS on the headsets and the speakers.
On the ACP 3, set the R/TI/C switch to R/T momentarily, then release it.
Make sure that TX is shown momentarily.

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**ON A/C 70047007, 70097010, 70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 70287030, 70327034,
7036, 7039, 7041, 7052, 70557056, 7059, 7061, 70637064, 70667067, 7073, 7075, 7086,
70897090, 70937094, 7099, 71017104, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 7125, 7128,
7130, 7133, 71357136, 71387140, 7142, 71487149, 7152, 71657167, 7170, 7176, 7180,
7190, 7193, 7200, 7205, 7220, 7272, 7518, 7523, 7536, 7540, 7548, 7550, 7555, 7558, 7564,
7566, 7574, 7578, 7589, 7595, 7597, 7602, 7609, 7615, 7634, 76387639, 7641, 7645, 7651,
7657, 7660, 7664, 7666, 76777678, 76817682, 7687, 7693, 7699, 7701, 7703, 77137714,
7716, 7722, 77257726, 7735, 77417743, 77497750, 7760, 7762, 7764, 7770, 7773, 7776,
7782, 7786, 7789, 7795, 7803, 7805, 7811, 7813, 7815, 7817, 7820, 7825, 7827, 7829, 7833,
7840, 7845, 7853, 78567857, 7859, 7865, 7868, 78717872, 7876, 7881, 7947, 7949,
79517956, 7961, 7967
(32) On the ACP 1 or 2, set the rotary switch to VHF 3 (if equipped) and push in the
speaker button.
(33) On the RTU 1, set the COM 3 frequency to the local ATIS frequency.
(34) Make sure that you hear the ATIS on the headsets and the speakers.
(35) On the ACP 1 or 2, set the R/TI/C switch to R/T momentarily, then release it.
(36) Make sure that TX is shown momentarily.
**ON A/C ALL
(37) On the standby tuning unit, set the rotary switch to ON.
(38) Make sure that on the RTU 1, STBY is shown above the COM 1 frequency.
(39) Set the COM/NAV switch to COM and set a different frequency (not ATIS).
(40) On the ACP 1, set the rotary switch to VHF 1.
(41) Set the R/TI/C switch to R/T momentarily, then release it.
(42) Make sure that on the standby tuning unit, TX is shown momentarily.
(43) On the standby tuning unit, set the rotary switch to OFF.
**ON A/C 7075, 7099, 7136, 7138, 7140, 7149, 71527153, 7176, 7180, 7189, 7193, 7351, 8068
(44) On the standby tuning unit, set the rotary switch to ON.
(45) Set the COM/NAV switch to COM and set a different frequency (not ATIS).
(46) On the ACP 1, set the rotary switch to VHF 2.
(47) Set the R/TI/C switch to R/T momentarily, then release it.
(48) Make sure that on the standby tuning unit, TX is shown momentarily.
**ON A/C ALL
(49) On the standby tuning unit, set the rotary switch to OFF.
(50) On the pilots display reversionary panel (left sidepanel), set the switch to NORM.
(51) On the pilots and the copilots display controlpanels (DCPs 1 and 2) (left and
right sidepanels), set the onside NAV frequency.
(52) On the RTU 1, set the NAV 1 frequency to a local NAV source.
(53) Make sure that on the PFD 1 and the MFD 1, VOR 1 (green) is shown, if the
transmitter is in range.
(54) Set NAV 1 to a local DME transmitter frequency.

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(55) Make sure that on the MFD 1, the DME 1 distance is shown, if the transmitter is in
range.
(56) On the RTU 2, set the NAV 2 frequency to a local NAV source.
(57) Make sure that on the PFD 2 and the MFD 2, VOR 2 (green) is shown, if the
transmitter is in range.
(58) Set the NAV 2 frequency to a local DME transmitter.
(59) Make sure that on the MFD 2, the DME 2 distance is shown, if the transmitter is in
range.
**ON A/C 70047007, 70097010, 70157016, 70197021, 70237025, 70327033, 7036, 7039,
7041, 7052, 7059, 7061, 70637064, 7073, 7081, 7086, 70897090, 70937094, 71037104,
7110, 71137115, 7119, 71217122, 71257126, 7128, 7130, 7133, 7135, 71377139, 7142,
71487149, 71537155, 71607161, 71657167, 7170, 7175, 7177, 7190, 7198, 72007201,
7205, 7220, 7226, 7234, 7237, 7266, 7282, 7298, 7336, 7357, 7361, 7367, 7372, 7401, 7405,
7422, 7435, 7443, 7455, 7471, 7481, 7489, 7498, 7508, 7512, 7522, 75567557, 7565, 7571,
7581, 7584, 7596, 7614, 7639, 7647, 7684, 7690, 7697, 7704
(60) On the standby tuning unit, set the rotary switch to ON.
(61) Make sure that on the RTU 1, STBY is shown above the NAV 1 frequency.
(62) Set the COM/NAV switch to NAV.
(63) Set a frequency.
(64) Make sure that on the standby tuning unit and the RTU 1, the NAV 1 frequency
changes as you set it.
(65) Set the rotary switch to OFF.
**ON A/C 7075, 7099, 7136, 7138, 7140, 7149, 71527153, 7176, 7180, 7189, 7193, 7351, 8068
(66) On the standby tuning unit, set the rotary switch to ON.
(67) Make sure that on the RTU 1, the display stays in the usual configuration.
(68) Set the COM/NAV switch to NAV.
(69) Set a frequency.
(70) Make sure that on the standby tuning unit and the RTU 1, the frequency changes
as you set it; and on the RTU 1, NAV 1 shows dashes.
(71) Set the rotary switch to OFF.
**ON A/C ALL
Subtask 055105710126
Z.

Do a check of the AFCS and the autopilot disconnect systems as follows:


(1) Make sure that the IRS units are aligned (or, if equipped, make sure that the AHRS
units are aligned).
(2) On the YAW DAMPER panel (center pedestal), push the YD 1 and the YD 2 PBAs
momentarily.
(3) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:

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Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
YAW DAMPER (Amber)
YD 1 INOP (White)
YD 2 INOP (White)

(4) On the flight control panel (FCP), push the HDG SYNC button.
(5) Make sure that, on the PFDs and the MFDs, the HDG bug is aligned with the
aircraft heading.
(6) On the FCP, push the HDG mode button.
(7) Make sure that the HDG green lights come on.
(8) Push the pilots FD button.
**ON A/C 7252, 7262, 7272, 7296, 7301, 7309, 7316, 7321, 7323, 7332, 7365, 7371, 7375, 7377,
7384, 7389, 7413, 7419, 7452, 7480, 7484, 7567, 7570, 7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7619, 7626,
7630, 7643, 7676, 7686, 7738, 7767, 7784, 7807, 7834, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910, 7963,
7966, 79787979, 7983, 7985, 79877988, 7990, 80028004, 80098011, 80178018, 8050,
8059, 8062
(9) Make sure that the crosspointers go out of view on the PFD 1 and 2.
**ON A/C 70037067, 70697251, 72537261, 72637271, 72737295, 72977300, 73027308,
73107315, 73177320, 7322, 73247331, 73337364, 73667370, 73727374, 7376,
73787383, 73857388, 73907412, 74147418, 74207451, 74537479, 74817483,
74857566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847604, 7606, 76087618, 76207625,
76277629, 76317642, 76447675, 76777685, 76877737, 77397766, 77687783,
77857806, 78087833, 78357861, 7863, 78657900, 79037909, 79117962, 79647965,
79677977, 79807982, 7984, 7986, 7989, 80008001, 80058008, 80128016, 80198049,
80518058, 80608061, 80638064, 80668068
(10) Make sure that the Vbars go out of view.
**ON A/C ALL
(11) Push the AP ENG button.
(12) Make sure that the two AP green lights come on (the autopilot is engaged and flight
guidance commands come from the pilot).
(13) Push the XFR button.
(14) Make sure that the two XFR green lights come on (flight guidance commands come
from the copilot).
(15) Push the XFR button again.
(16) Make sure that the two XFR green lights go out (flight guidance commands come
from the pilot).
(17) On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
(18) Make sure that the two AP green lights go out and the autopilot disengages.
(19) Make sure that you hear a "cavalry charge" (you will hear the cavalry charge each
time the autopilot disengages).
(20) On the FCP, push every lateral and vertical mode button on and off.
(21) Make sure that the associated green lights come on, then go off.

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(22) Push the HDG mode button.


(23) Make sure that the HDG green lights come on.
(24) Push the pilots FD button.
**ON A/C 7252, 7262, 7272, 7296, 7301, 7309, 7316, 7321, 7323, 7332, 7365, 7371, 7375, 7377,
7384, 7389, 7413, 7419, 7452, 7480, 7484, 7567, 7570, 7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7619, 7626,
7630, 7643, 7676, 7686, 7738, 7767, 7784, 7807, 7834, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910, 7963,
7966, 79787979, 7983, 7985, 79877988, 7990, 80028004, 80098011, 80178018, 8050,
8059, 8062
(25) Make sure that the crosspointers go out of view on the PFD 1 and 2.
**ON A/C 70037067, 70697251, 72537261, 72637271, 72737295, 72977300, 73027308,
73107315, 73177320, 7322, 73247331, 73337364, 73667370, 73727374, 7376,
73787383, 73857388, 73907412, 74147418, 74207451, 74537479, 74817483,
74857566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847604, 7606, 76087618, 76207625,
76277629, 76317642, 76447675, 76777685, 76877737, 77397766, 77687783,
77857806, 78087833, 78357861, 7863, 78657900, 79037909, 79117962, 79647965,
79677977, 79807982, 7984, 7986, 7989, 80008001, 80058008, 80128016, 80198049,
80518058, 80608061, 80638064, 80668068
(26) Make sure that the Vbars go out of view.
**ON A/C ALL
(27) Push the AP ENG button.
(28) Make sure that the autopilot engages.
(29) On the STAB TRIM/MACH TRIM control panel (center pedestal), push the CH 2
PBA momentarily.
(30) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB CH 1 INOP (White)

(31) On the pilots or the copilots control wheel, set the STAB TRIM switch to NOSE
UP or NOSE DN momentarily.
(32) Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
(33) On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
(34) Make sure that the autopilot engages.
(35) On the STAB TRIM/MACH TRIM control panel, push the CH 1 PBA momentarily.
(36) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB CH 1 INOP (White)

(37) On the pilots or the copilots control wheel, set the STAB TRIM switch to NOSE
UP or NOSE DN momentarily.
(38) Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
(39) On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
(40) Make sure that the autopilot engages.

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(41)
(42)
(43)
(44)
(45)
(46)
(47)
(48)
(49)
(50)
(51)
(52)
(53)
(54)
(55)
(56)
(57)
(58)
(59)
(60)
(61)
(62)
(63)
(64)
(65)

Set down the AP DISC bar, then set it up.


Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
On the pilots control wheel, push the AP SYNC button momentarily.
Make sure that on the PFD 1 and 2, SYNC is shown for approximately 3 seconds.
On the copilots control wheel, push the AP SYNC button momentarily.
Make sure that on the PFD 1 and 2, SYNC is shown for approximately 3 seconds.
On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
Make sure that the autopilot engages.
On the copilots control wheel, push the AP DISC button.
Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
Make sure that the autopilot engages.
On the pilots control wheel, push the AP DISC button.
Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
Make sure that the autopilot engages.
On the left throttle lever, push the GA button.
Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
Make sure that the autopilot engages.
On the right throttle lever, push the GA button.
Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
On the FCP, push the AP ENG button.
Make sure that the autopilot engages.
On the glareshield, push the left or right STALL PBA momentarily and push
immediately again to stop the stall test.
(66) Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT ALL PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT ARE CLEAR OF
ALL FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENTS
CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE EQUIPMENT.
(67) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead), set the switch 3A to ON.
(68) On the FCP, push the HDG mode button.
(69) Make sure that the HDG green lights come on.
(70) Push the AP ENG button.
(71) Make sure that the autopilot engages.
(72) Turn the HDG knob slightly clockwise, then counterclockwise, then to the center.
(73) Make sure that the ailerons move to follow the input.
(74) Move the VS/Pitch wheel slightly to UP, then DOWN, then to the center.

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(75)
(76)
(77)
(78)
(79)

Make sure that the elevators move to follow the input.


On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the switch 3A to OFF.
On the YAW DAMPER panel, push the DISC button.
Make sure that the autopilot disengages.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
YAW DAMPER (Amber)

(80) On the pilots or the copilots control wheel, push the STAB TRM DISC button.
(81) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB TRIM (Amber)

Subtask 055105740013
AA. Do a test of the overspeed warning system as follows:
(1) On the miscellaneous test panel, set the OVSP TEST switch to 1 momentarily.
(2) Make sure that you hear the overspeed clacker momentarily.
(3) Set the OVSP TEST switch to 2 momentarily.
(4) Make sure that you hear the overspeed clacker again.
**ON A/C 7008, 70117014, 70177018, 7020, 7022, 70267027, 70317033, 70357038, 7040,
70427044, 7046, 7048, 7050, 70527053, 7057, 7059, 70617063, 70697070, 7072,
70757077, 70797081, 70847085, 7088, 70917092, 7094, 70997100, 7103, 71057106,
71087111, 71167117, 7123, 71257127, 7129, 71317134, 71377139, 71417151,
71537164, 71667175, 71777197, 7199, 72027205, 72077208, 72107219, 72217223,
72257226, 72287265, 72677281, 72837297, 72997990, 80008064, 80668068
Subtask 055105740014
AB. Do a check of the audio warning and disable function systems as follows:
(1) On the AUDIO WARNING panel (right sideconsole), push out all the DCU
DISABLE PBAs.
NOTE: It is not necessary to listen to all the aural warnings after the sequence
starts.
(2) On the miscellaneous test panel, set the AURAL WARN TEST switch to 1
momentarily.
(3) Make sure that you hear the aural warnings in sequence.
(4) On the AUDIO WARNING panel, push in the DCU 1 DISABLE PBA.
(5) Make sure that the DCU 1 DISABLE PBA comes on.
(6) Make sure that you do not hear the aural warnings.
(7) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:

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Status
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)

EICAS MESSAGE
DCU 1 AURAL INOP (White)

On the AUDIO WARNING panel, push in the DCU 2 DISABLE PBA.


Make sure that the DCU 2 DISABLE PBA comes on.
Make sure that you do not hear the aural warnings.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
DCU 2 AURAL INOP (White)

**ON A/C 70037007, 70097010, 70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 70287030, 7034, 7039,
7041, 7045, 7047, 7049, 7051, 70547056, 7058, 7060, 70647067, 7071, 70737074, 7078,
70827083, 70867087, 70897090, 7093, 70957098, 71017102, 7104, 7107, 71127115,
71187122, 7124, 7128, 7130, 71357136, 7140, 7152, 7165, 7176, 7198, 72007201, 7206,
7209, 7220, 7224, 7227, 7266, 7282, 7298
Subtask 055105740015
AC. Do a check of the audio warning and disable function systems as follows:
(1) On the AUDIO WARNING panel (right sideconsole), push out all the DCU
DISABLE PBAs.
NOTE: It is not necessary to listen to all the aural warnings after the sequence
starts.
(2) On the miscellaneous test panel, set the AURAL WARN TEST switch to 1
momentarily.
(3) Make sure that you hear the aural warnings in sequence.
(4) On the AUDIO WARNING panel, push in the DCU 1 DISABLE PBA.
(5) Make sure that the DCU 1 DISABLE PBA comes on.
(6) Make sure that you do not hear the aural warnings.
(7) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)

On the AUDIO WARNING panel, push in the DCU 2 DISABLE PBA.


Make sure that the DCU 2 DISABLE PBA comes on.
Make sure that you do not hear the aural warnings.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
DCU 1 AURAL INOP (White)

EICAS MESSAGE
DCU 2 AURAL INOP (White)

(12) On the AUDIO WARNING panel, push in the DCU 3 DISABLE PBA.

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(13) Make sure that the DCU 3 DISABLE PBA comes on.
(14) Make sure that you do not hear the aural warnings.
(15) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
DCU 3 AURAL INOP (White)

**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105710127
AD. Do a check of the RTUATC system as follows:
NOTE: During the procedure that follows:
The ATC must transmit for a maximum of 10 seconds
The ATC must remain off for 30 seconds before you transmit again
The altitude must be at ambient pressure or sea level
You are not permitted to Identify yourself.
(1) On the RTUs 1 or 2, set the ATC code to 1212.
(2) On the standby tuning unit, set the ATC SEL switch to 1 (for 10 seconds maximum),
then to STBY.
(3) Make sure that R is shown on the RTU 1 or 2.
(4) Wait for 30 seconds, then set the ATC SEL switch to 2 (for 10 seconds maximum).
(5) Make sure that R is shown on RTU 1 or 2.
(6) Set the ATC SEL switch to STBY.
(7) Make sure that STBY is shown on the RTU 1 or 2.
Subtask 055105740016
AE. Do a check of the RTUTCAS system as follows:
(1) On the DCPs 1 and 2, push in the TFC button.
(2) Make sure that the TCAS display is shown on the MFDs 1 and 2.
(3) On RTU 1 or 2, select the TCAS main display page.
(4) Set the TRAFFIC button to on.
(5) Set the MODE button to AUTO.
(6) Push the TCAS TEST button.
(7) Make sure that on the PFDs and the MFDs, the TCAS test pattern is shown.
(8) Make sure that you hear "TCAS SYSTEM TEST OK".
Subtask 055105710128
AF. Do a check of the crew and passenger oxygen systems as follows:
(1) On the pilots oxygenmask box, push the PRESS TO TEST button, then release it.
(2) Make sure that the flow indicator shows yellow, then black.

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(3) On the copilots oxygenmask box, push the PRESS TO TEST button, then
release it.
(4) Make sure that the flow indicator shows yellow, then black.
(5) Make sure that the messages and indications that follow are not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
OXY LO PRESS (Amber)
PASS OXY ON (Amber)
Oxygen pressure is 1850 +/ 50 PSI 1600 PSI
MINIMUM BEFORE FLIGHT.

Subtask 055105710130
AG. Do an operational test of the ADG autodeploy control panel (Ref. TASK
242315710801).
Subtask 055105220005
AH. If the nose landing gear was not retracted when the lightning strike to the nose occurred,
do the inspection that follows:
Detailed inspection after a lightning strike to the nose when the nose landing gear
was not retracted (Ref. TASK 055105220807).
4. Close Out
Subtask 055105861008
A.
B.
C.

On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel (overhead panel), push out the AC
PBA.
Set the BATTERY MASTER switch to OFF.
Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055105910006
D.
E.
F.
G.

Install the MLG wheel bins (Ref. TASK 538301400801).


Close the doors and access panels opened during the inspection of the aircraft.
Close the noselandinggear forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980802).
Close the engine cowls.

Subtask 055105941013
H.
I.
J.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other equipment.

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TASK 055105220807
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the Nose when the Nose Landing Gear was
not Retracted
NOTE: Before you do this conditional inspection, make sure that you have completed the
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the Nose (Ref. TASK
055105220802).
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055105946013
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 055105220802
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 322000220801
TASK 322101220801

DESIGNATION
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to
the Nose
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Detailed Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear
Components and Doors
Detailed Inspection of the NLG Shock Strut
Extension

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055105941012
WARNING:

A.
B.

PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.

Subtask 055105861012
C.

Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861801).

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3. Procedure
Subtask 055105220007
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.

Examine the NLG structure, and the points where the NLG is attached to the structure,
for a change in color or burn marks.
Examine all the components attached to the NLG for damage.
Do a detailed inspection of the NLG shock strut extension (Ref.
TASK 322101220801).
Examine the electrical harness attached to the NLG for change of color and burn marks.
Do a detailed inspection of the noselandinggear components and doors (Ref. TASK
322000220801).
Make sure that the door bonding straps are attached correctly. Look for burn holes or
other damage.

Subtask 055105710085
G.

Do a check of the nosewheel steering (NWS) system as follows:


(1) On the left sidepanel, set the N/W STRG switch to ARMED.
(2) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE

Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
STEERING INOP (Amber)

(3) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the applicable switch for system No. 3 to ON.
(4) Turn the NWS handwheel slowly to full left, then full right, then neutral.
(5) Make sure that the nosewheel moves the full length of travel in the correct direction,
then returns to the center.
(6) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward.
(7) Make sure that the nosewheel moves a small angle to the left.
(8) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward, then to the center.
(9) Make sure that the nosewheel moves a small angle to the right, then to the center.
(10) On the left sidepanel, set the N/W STRG switch to OFF.
(11) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the applicable switch for system No. 3 to OFF.
(12) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
4. Close Out
Subtask 055105861016
A.
B.
C.

On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel (overhead panel), push out the AC
PBA.
Set the BATTERY MASTER switch to OFF.
Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

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Subtask 055105941017
D.
E.
F.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other equipment.

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TASK 055105220803
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the Wingtip
NOTE: Before you do this conditional inspection, make sure that you have completed the
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage (Ref. TASK 055105220801).
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055105946009
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 055105220801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 236101760801
TASK 301200710801
TASK 322201980802
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1
and No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Electrical Test of the Static Dischargers
Operational Test of the Wing AntiIce Control
and Indication System
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Installation of the Main Landing Gear Wheel Bin

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055105941009
WARNING:

A.
B.

PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.

Subtask 055105861013
C.

Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861801).

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3. Procedure
Subtask 055105220006
A.

B.

Do a detailed check of the wings as follows:


(1) Examine the components that follow for burn marks, burn holes and/or blistered
paint:
The top and bottom skins of the wings
The wingtips, and the leading and trailing edges of the wings
The aileron hinges, the PCUtoaileron attachments and the flutter damper
attachments.
The flaps, the ground and flight spoilers and the ailerons.
(2) If you see damage:
(a) Replace all unserviceable items.
(b) Examine the bonding straps of the ailerons, the flaps, and the spoilers. Look
for burn holes or other damage.
(c) Make sure that the bonding straps are attached correctly.
(d) Do an operational test of the wing antiice control and indication system (Ref.
TASK 301200710801).
(3) Examine the wing trailing edge and wingtip static dischargers for damage:
Changes in color, burn holes, and/or smoke marks at the rivets and screws
Burned surface layer
Bent or damaged tips
Damage at the point where the static discharger attaches to the trailing edge
Rivet damage.
(4) Do an electrical test of the static dischargers (Ref. TASK 236101760801).
Do the necessary repairs to all damaged wing components.

Subtask 055105710023
C.

Do a check of the landing and taxi lighting system as follows:


DO NOT KEEP THE LANDING/TAXI LIGHTS ON FOR MORE THAN
CAUTION:
FIVE MINUTES. IF YOU DO, YOU WILL DAMAGE THE LIGHT LENSES.
(1) On the LANDING LTS./RECOG TAXI LTS. panel, set the LEFT switch to ON, then
to OFF.
(2) Make sure that the leftwing landing and taxi lights come on, then go off.
(3) Set the RIGHT switch to ON, then to OFF.
(4) Make sure that the rightwing landing and taxi lights come on, then go off.
(5) Set the NOSE switch to ON, then to OFF.
(6) Make sure that the two noselandinglights come on, then go off.
(7) Set the RECOG TAXI LTS. switch to ON, then to OFF.
(8) Make sure that the left and right wingtaxilights (outboard) come on, then go off.

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Subtask 055105710054
D.

Do a check of the flap controls as follows:


(1) On the pilots display reversionary panel (left side panel), set the switch to EICAS.
(2) On the EICAS Control Panel, push the F/CTL button.
(3) Make sure that the MFD 1 and the ED 2 show the the flight controls page.
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(4) Set the flap control lever to 45.
(5) Make sure that on the flight controls page, the two flaps show 45.
(6) Set the flap control lever to 30.
(7) Make sure that the the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE

Status
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)

EICAS MESSAGE
FLAPS HALFSPEED (White)

Make sure that the two flaps show 30.


Set the flap control lever to 20.
Make sure that the two flaps show 20.
If equipped, set to 8.
Make sure that both flaps show 8.
Set the flap control lever to 0.
Make sure that the two flaps show 0.

Subtask 055105710082
E.

Do a check of the ground spoiler control system as follows:


(1) Make sure that the left and right throttles are at IDLE.
(2) Make sure that the FLIGHT SPOILER lever is at the 0 position.
(3) Make sure that the GND LIFT DUMPING switch on the SPOILERS panel is at
AUTO.

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**ON A/C 7058, 7107, 7115, 7154, 7156, 71727173, 7175, 71787179, 7181, 71857188,
71917192, 71947196, 72027203, 72067214, 72177218, 72247225, 72277228,
72317233, 7236, 72397240, 72427243, 7246, 7251, 72547258, 72607261, 72637264,
72687271, 72747278, 72807281, 7284, 72867291, 72947295, 7300, 73027305,
73077308, 73107311, 73137314, 73177318, 7322, 73247325, 73277328, 73307331,
73347337, 73397342, 73467347, 7349, 7353, 73557358, 73607363, 73677369, 7372,
7374, 7376, 7379, 73827383, 7385, 7388, 7392, 7395, 7399, 7402, 7404, 7406, 74107411,
7414, 74177418, 7421, 7424, 7426, 7429, 7433, 7438, 7445, 74477448, 7454, 7457,
74627463, 7465, 7467, 7470, 7474, 7476, 7479, 7485, 7487, 74907491, 7496, 7500,
75027504, 7507, 7509, 7513, 7517, 75197521, 75267528, 75307531, 75347535,
75377539, 7542, 75447546, 7549, 75517553, 7559, 75617562, 75687569, 7572,
75757576, 7579, 7582, 75857586, 7590, 75927594, 75997601, 7603, 7606, 7608, 7610,
76127613, 7616, 7618, 76207621, 76277628, 7633, 76357637, 76397640, 7642, 7644,
76487650, 76527656, 7658, 76627663, 76677671, 7675, 76797680, 7685, 7689,
76917692, 7695, 7702, 77077708, 77117712, 7715, 7717, 77197720, 77237724,
77277731, 7734, 7737, 77397740, 7744, 7748, 77527757, 7759, 7761, 7763, 77657766,
77687769, 7772, 7774, 77777781, 77877788, 77917793, 7796, 7799, 78017802, 7804,
7806, 78097810, 7812, 7814, 7816, 78187819, 78217824, 7826, 78307832, 7835, 7838,
78417844, 78487850, 7852, 7854, 7861, 7863, 7867, 7870, 7875, 7878, 7890, 7893,
78997900, 79167917, 7927, 80068007, 80148016, 8022, 8028, 80378038, 80428043 and
ON A/C 7020 Pre SB601R34014
(4) On the pilots primary flight display (PFD), make sure that the radio altitude is
shown at less than five feet.
**ON A/C 70037019, 70217057, 70597067, 70697106, 71087114, 71167153, 7155,
71577171, 7174, 71767177, 7180, 71827184, 71897190, 7193, 71977201, 72047205,
72157216, 72197223, 7226, 72297230, 72347235, 72377238, 7241, 72447245,
72477250, 72527253, 7259, 7262, 72657267, 72727273, 7279, 72827283, 7285,
72927293, 72967299, 7301, 7306, 7309, 7312, 73157316, 73197321, 7323, 7326, 7329,
73327333, 7338, 73437345, 7348, 73507352, 7354, 7359, 73647366, 73707371, 7373,
7375, 73777378, 73807381, 7384, 73867387, 73897391, 73937394, 73967398,
74007401, 7403, 7405, 74077409, 74127413, 74157416, 74197420, 74227423, 7425,
74277428, 74307432, 74347437, 74397444, 7446, 74497453, 74557456, 74587461,
7464, 7466, 74687469, 74717473, 7475, 74777478, 74807484, 7486, 74887489,
74927495, 74977499, 7501, 75057506, 7508, 75107512, 75147516, 7518, 75227525,
7529, 75327533, 7536, 75407541, 7543, 75477548, 7550, 75547558, 7560, 75637567,
75707571, 75737574, 75777578, 75807581, 75837584, 75877589, 7591, 75957598,
7602, 76047605, 7607, 7609, 7611, 76147615, 7617, 7619, 76227626, 76297632, 7634,
7638, 7641, 7643, 76457647, 7651, 7657, 76597661, 76647666, 76727674, 76767678,
76817684, 76867688, 7690, 76937694, 76967701, 77037706, 77097710, 77137714,
7716, 7718, 77217722, 77257726, 77327733, 77357736, 7738, 77417743, 77457747,
77497751, 7758, 7760, 7762, 7764, 7767, 77707771, 7773, 77757776, 77827786,
77897790, 77947795, 77977798, 7800, 7803, 7805, 78077808, 7811, 7813, 7815, 7817,
7820, 7825, 78277829, 78337834, 78367837, 78397840, 78457847, 7851, 7853,
78557860, 7862, 78647866, 78687869, 78717874, 78767877, 78797889, 78917892,
78947898, 79017915, 79187926, 79287990, 80008005, 80088013, 80178021,
80238027, 80298036, 80398041, 80448064, 80668068 and ON A/C 7020 Post
SB601R34014
(5) Make sure that the radio altitude is shown at less than five feet on the pilots and
copilots primary flight displays (PFD).

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**ON A/C ALL


(6) Push the F/CTL pushbutton on the EICAS control panel to set the flightcontrols
synoptic page on the secondary display.
(7) Pressurize the hydraulic systems No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 (Ref.
TASK 120006863801 and TASK 120006863803).
(8) Make sure that:
You see all the spoiler surfaces on the flightcontrols synoptic page in green
There are no fault messages.
(9) Release the hydraulic pressure from the systems No. 2 and No. 3. (Ref.
TASK 120006863802 and TASK 120006863804)
(10) Make sure that the pressure in the two systems is at zero before you continue to
the next step.
(11) On the SPOILERS panel, set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to the MAN ARM
position.
(12) Make sure of the conditions that follow:
(a) The spoilers that follow fully extend:
Left spoileron
Left and right flight spoilers
Outboard ground spoilers.
(b) The spoiler indications on the EICAS flight controls synopticpage agree with
the positions of the spoiler surfaces.
NOTE: The right spoileron and inboard groundspoiler outlines will go
amber. The left spoileron outline and the left and right flight spoiler
outlines will go white if SECU 2 was in control when hydraulic power
was removed.
(c) Set the status page on the EICAS secondary display. Make sure that the
messages GLD MAN ARM and GND SPLR DEPLOY are on.
(13) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to AUTO. Make sure that all of the spoiler
surfaces are retracted.
NOTE: An IB GROUND SPLR FAULT message comes on the EICAS when the
ground spoilers are retracted after an extension with hydraulic systems
No. 2 and No. 3 not pressurized. The message stays on until 10 seconds
after the spoilers are extended and retracted with all three hydraulic
systems pressurized.
NOTE: The inboard and outboard ground spoiler outlines on the EICAS will go
white.
(14) Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 2 and No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863801 and
TASK 120006863803).
(15) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN ARM to extend the ground spoilers,
then back to AUTO to retract them. Stop for 10 seconds.
(16) After 10 seconds, make sure that the IB GROUND SPLR FAULT message on the
EICAS goes out.

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(17) Release the pressure from hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 3 (Ref.
TASK 120006863802 and TASK 120006863804).
(18) Make sure that the pressure in the two systems is at zero before you continue to
the next step.
(19) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN ARM and make sure of the conditions
that follow:
(a) The spoilers that follow fully extend:
Right spoileron
Left and right flight spoilers
Inboard ground spoilers.
(b) The spoiler indications on the flightcontrols synoptic page agree with the
positions of the spoiler surfaces.
NOTE: The left spoileron and outboard ground spoiler outlines will go
amber. The right spoileron outline and the left and right flight spoiler
outlines will go white if the SECU 1 was in control when the hydraulic
power was removed.
(c) On the EICAS status page, the messages GLD MAN ARM and GND SPLR
DEPLOY are on.
(20) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to AUTO. Make sure that all of the spoiler
surfaces are retracted.
NOTE: An IB GROUND SPLR FAULT and OB GROUND SPLR FAULT message
comes on EICAS when the ground spoilers are retracted after an
extension with hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 3 not pressurized. The
message stays on until 10 seconds after the spoilers are extended and
retracted with all three hydraulic systems pressurized.
(21) Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863801 and
TASK 120006863803).
(22) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN ARM to extend the ground spoilers,
then back to AUTO to retract them. Stop for 10 seconds.
(23) after 10 seconds, make sure that the IB GROUND SPLR FAULT and OB GROUND
SPLR FAULT messages on the EICAS go out.
(24) Release the pressure from hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref.
TASK 120006863802).
(25) Make sure that the pressure in the two systems is at zero before you continue to
the next step.
(26) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN ARM and make sure of the conditions
that follow:
(a) The left and right spoilerons fully extend.
NOTE: The spoileron outlines on the EICAS will go white if SECU 2 was in
control when the hydraulic pressure was removed.
(b) The spoiler indications on the flightcontrols synoptic page agree with the
positions of the spoiler surfaces.
NOTE: The flight spoiler and ground spoiler outlines will go amber.

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(c) On the EICAS status page, the message GLD MAN ARM is on.
(27) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to AUTO. Make sure that all of the spoiler
surfaces are retracted.
NOTE: An IB GROUND SPLR FAULT and OB GROUND SPLR FAULT message
comes on EICAS when the ground spoilers are retracted after an
extension with hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 not pressurized. The
message stays on until 10 seconds after the spoilers are extended and
retracted with all three hydraulic systems pressurized.
(28) Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref. TASK 120006863801).
(29) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to MAN ARM to extend the ground spoilers,
then back to AUTO to retract them. Stop for 10 seconds.
(30) After 10 seconds, make sure that the IB GROUND SPLR FAULT and OB GROUND
SPLR FAULT messages on the EICAS go out.
(31) While you do the steps that follow, make sure that the indications on the EICAS
flightcontrols synoptic page agree with the movement of the spoiler surfaces:
**ON A/C 7058, 7107, 7115, 7154, 7156, 71727173, 7175, 71787179, 7181, 71857188,
71917192, 71947196, 72027203, 72067214, 72177218, 72247225, 72277228,
72317233, 7236, 72397240, 72427243, 7246, 7251, 72547258, 72607261, 72637264,
72687271, 72747278, 72807281, 7284, 72867291, 72947295, 7300, 73027305,
73077308, 73107311, 73137314, 73177318, 7322, 73247325, 73277328, 73307331,
73347337, 73397342, 73467347, 7349, 7353, 73557358, 73607363, 73677369, 7372,
7374, 7376, 7379, 73827383, 7385, 7388, 7392, 7395, 7399, 7402, 7404, 7406, 74107411,
7414, 74177418, 7421, 7424, 7426, 7429, 7433, 7438, 7445, 74477448, 7454, 7457,
74627463, 7465, 7467, 7470, 7474, 7476, 7479, 7485, 7487, 74907491, 7496, 7500,
75027504, 7507, 7509, 7513, 7517, 75197521, 75267528, 75307531, 75347535,
75377539, 7542, 75447546, 7549, 75517553, 7559, 75617562, 75687569, 7572,
75757576, 7579, 7582, 75857586, 7590, 75927594, 75997601, 7603, 7606, 7608, 7610,
76127613, 7616, 7618, 76207621, 76277628, 7633, 76357637, 76397640, 7642, 7644,
76487650, 76527656, 7658, 76627663, 76677671, 7675, 76797680, 7685, 7689,
76917692, 7695, 7702, 77077708, 77117712, 7715, 7717, 77197720, 77237724,
77277731, 7734, 7737, 77397740, 7744, 7748, 77527757, 7759, 7761, 7763, 77657766,
77687769, 7772, 7774, 77777781, 77877788, 77917793, 7796, 7799, 78017802, 7804,
7806, 78097810, 7812, 7814, 7816, 78187819, 78217824, 7826, 78307832, 7835, 7838,
78417844, 78487850, 7852, 7854, 7861, 7863, 7867, 7870, 7875, 7878, 7890, 7893,
78997900, 79167917, 7927, 80068007, 80148016, 8022, 8028, 80378038, 80428043 and
ON A/C 7020 Pre SB601R34014
(a) On the pilots airdata referencepanel, push and hold the RA TEST button
for 10 seconds. Make sure that all the spoiler surfaces stay at the retracted
position.

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**ON A/C 70037019, 70217057, 70597067, 70697106, 71087114, 71167153, 7155,


71577171, 7174, 71767177, 7180, 71827184, 71897190, 7193, 71977201, 72047205,
72157216, 72197223, 7226, 72297230, 72347235, 72377238, 7241, 72447245,
72477250, 72527253, 7259, 7262, 72657267, 72727273, 7279, 72827283, 7285,
72927293, 72967299, 7301, 7306, 7309, 7312, 73157316, 73197321, 7323, 7326, 7329,
73327333, 7338, 73437345, 7348, 73507352, 7354, 7359, 73647366, 73707371, 7373,
7375, 73777378, 73807381, 7384, 73867387, 73897391, 73937394, 73967398,
74007401, 7403, 7405, 74077409, 74127413, 74157416, 74197420, 74227423, 7425,
74277428, 74307432, 74347437, 74397444, 7446, 74497453, 74557456, 74587461,
7464, 7466, 74687469, 74717473, 7475, 74777478, 74807484, 7486, 74887489,
74927495, 74977499, 7501, 75057506, 7508, 75107512, 75147516, 7518, 75227525,
7529, 75327533, 7536, 75407541, 7543, 75477548, 7550, 75547558, 7560, 75637567,
75707571, 75737574, 75777578, 75807581, 75837584, 75877589, 7591, 75957598,
7602, 76047605, 7607, 7609, 7611, 76147615, 7617, 7619, 76227626, 76297632, 7634,
7638, 7641, 7643, 76457647, 7651, 7657, 76597661, 76647666, 76727674, 76767678,
76817684, 76867688, 7690, 76937694, 76967701, 77037706, 77097710, 77137714,
7716, 7718, 77217722, 77257726, 77327733, 77357736, 7738, 77417743, 77457747,
77497751, 7758, 7760, 7762, 7764, 7767, 77707771, 7773, 77757776, 77827786,
77897790, 77947795, 77977798, 7800, 7803, 7805, 78077808, 7811, 7813, 7815, 7817,
7820, 7825, 78277829, 78337834, 78367837, 78397840, 78457847, 7851, 7853,
78557860, 7862, 78647866, 78687869, 78717874, 78767877, 78797889, 78917892,
78947898, 79017915, 79187926, 79287990, 80008005, 80088013, 80178021,
80238027, 80298036, 80398041, 80448064, 80668068 and ON A/C 7020 Post
SB601R34014
(b) On the pilots and copilots airdata referencepanels, push and hold the RA
TEST buttons at the same time for 10 seconds. Make sure that all the spoiler
surfaces stay at the retracted position.
**ON A/C ALL
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(g)
(h)
(i)

Move the left and right engine throttle to the MAX POWER position and back
to the IDLE position. Make sure that all the spoiler surfaces extend.
After 40 seconds, make sure that all the spoiler surfaces retract automatically.
On the SPOILERS panel, set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to the MAN
ARM position. Make sure that all the spoiler surfaces extend.
Move the right engine throttle to between the IDLE and the MAX POWER
positions. Make sure that all the spoilers retract.
Move the right engine throttle to the IDLE position. Make sure that all the
spoiler surfaces extend.
Move the left engine throttle to between the IDLE and the MAX POWER
positions. Make sure that all the spoilers retract.
Move the left engine throttle to the IDLE position. Make sure that all the spoiler
surfaces extend.

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**ON A/C 70037019, 70217057, 70597067, 70697106, 71087114, 71167153, 7155,


71577171, 7174, 71767177, 7180, 71827184, 71897190, 7193, 71977201, 72047205,
72157216, 72197223, 7226, 72297230, 72347235, 72377238, 7241, 72447245,
72477250, 72527253, 7259, 7262, 72657267, 72727273, 7279, 72827283, 7285,
72927293, 72967299, 7301, 7306, 7309, 7312, 73157316, 73197321, 7323, 7326, 7329,
73327333, 7338, 73437345, 7348, 73507352, 7354, 7359, 73647366, 73707371, 7373,
7375, 73777378, 73807381, 7384, 73867387, 73897391, 73937394, 73967398,
74007401, 7403, 7405, 74077409, 74127413, 74157416, 74197420, 74227423, 7425,
74277428, 74307432, 74347437, 74397444, 7446, 74497453, 74557456, 74587461,
7464, 7466, 74687469, 74717473, 7475, 74777478, 74807484, 7486, 74887489,
74927495, 74977499, 7501, 75057506, 7508, 75107512, 75147516, 7518, 75227525,
7529, 75327533, 7536, 75407541, 7543, 75477548, 7550, 75547558, 7560, 75637567,
75707571, 75737574, 75777578, 75807581, 75837584, 75877589, 7591, 75957598,
7602, 76047605, 7607, 7609, 7611, 76147615, 7617, 7619, 76227626, 76297632, 7634,
7638, 7641, 7643, 76457647, 7651, 7657, 76597661, 76647666, 76727674, 76767678,
76817684, 76867688, 7690, 76937694, 76967701, 77037706, 77097710, 77137714,
7716, 7718, 77217722, 77257726, 77327733, 77357736, 7738, 77417743, 77457747,
77497751, 7758, 7760, 7762, 7764, 7767, 77707771, 7773, 77757776, 77827786,
77897790, 77947795, 77977798, 7800, 7803, 7805, 78077808, 7811, 7813, 7815, 7817,
7820, 7825, 78277829, 78337834, 78367837, 78397840, 78457847, 7851, 7853,
78557860, 7862, 78647866, 78687869, 78717874, 78767877, 78797889, 78917892,
78947898, 79017915, 79187926, 79287990, 80008005, 80088013, 80178021,
80238027, 80298036, 80398041, 80448064, 80668068 and ON A/C 7020 Post
SB601R34014
(j) Open the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP1
(k)

(l)
CB PANEL
CBP2

CB NO.
K7

NAME
RAD ALT 1

ZONE
221

Monitor the spoilers for a minimum of 15 seconds. Make sure that all the
spoilers are extended at the end of the 15 seconds time period.
NOTE: There is a possibility that the altitude signal from the RAD ALT to the
SECU can fluctuate when the circuit breaker is opened. If this
happens, it is normal for some of the spoilers to retract and then
extend once during the 15 seconds time period.
Open the circuit breaker that follows:
CB NO.
L1

NAME
RAD ALT 2

ZONE
222

(m) Monitor the spoilers for 15 seconds. Make sure the all the spoilers retract
within 15 seconds.
(n) Close the circuit breaker that follows:
CB PANEL
CBP1

CB NO.
K7

NAME
RAD ALT 1

ZONE
221

(o) Make sure that all the spoiler surfaces extend after five seconds.
(p) Close the circuit breaker that follows:

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CB PANEL
CBP2

CB NO.
L1

NAME
RAD ALT 2

ZONE
222

(q) Make sure that all the spoilers stay extended.


NOTE: There is a possibility that the altitude signal from the RAD ALT to the
SECU can fluctuate when the circuit breaker is closed. If this
happens, it is normal for some of the spoilers to retract and then
extend once during the five seconds time period.
**ON A/C ALL
(32) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch on the SPOILERS panel to the MAN DISARM
position. Make sure that all the spoiler surfaces retract.
(33) Set the EICAS secondary display to the status page. Make sure the advisory
message GLD MAN DISARM is on.
(34) Set the GND LIFT DUMPING switch to the AUTO position. Make sure the advisory
message GLD MAN DISARM goes off.
(35) Release the pressure from hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref.
TASK 120006863802)
(36) Release the pressure from hydraulic system No. 3 (Ref.
TASK 120006863804)
4. Close Out
Subtask 055105861009
A.
B.
C.

On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel (overhead panel), push out the AC
PBA.
Set the BATTERY MASTER switch to OFF.
Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055105910007
D.
E.
F.
G.

Install the MLG wheel bins (Ref. TASK 538301400801).


Close the doors and access panels opened during the inspection of the aircraft.
Close the noselandinggear forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980802).
Close the engine cowls.

Subtask 055105941014
H.
I.
J.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other equipment.

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TASK 055105220804
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike to the Vertical or Horizontal Stabilizer
NOTE: Before you do this conditional inspection, make sure that you have completed the
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage (Ref. TASK 055105220801).
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055105946010
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 055105220801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273301960801
TASK 273405000802
TASK 273405400802
TASK 551201000801
TASK 551201400801
TASK 551201000802
TASK 551201400802
TASK 552301000801
TASK 552301400801
TASK 552301000802
TASK 552301400802

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DESIGNATION
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1
and No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Replacement of the Elevator PCU Shear Pins
Removal of the Elevator FlutterDamper Shear
Pins
Installation of the Elevator FlutterDamper
Shear Pins
Removal of the Elevator PowerControlUnit
Access Panels
Installation of the ElevatorPCU Access Panels
Removal of the FlutterDampers Access Panels
Installation of the FlutterDampers Access
Panels
Remove the ElevatorHinge and
PCUAttachments Access Panels
Installation of the ElevatorHinge and
PCUAttachments Access Panels
Removal of the ElevatorHinge and Flutter
DamperAttachments Access panels
Installation of the ElevatorHinge and
FlutterDamperAttachments Access Panels

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2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055105941010
PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.

WARNING:

A.
B.

Subtask 055105863003
C.
D.

If necessary, release the hydraulic pressure in systems No. 1 and No. 2


(Ref. TASK 120006863802).
If necessary, release the hydraulic pressure in system No. 3
(Ref. TASK 120006863804).

Subtask 055105010003
E.

Open the access panels that follow:


(1) Remove the elevatorPCU access panels 332AB and 342AB
(Ref. TASK 551201000801).
(2) Remove the elevatorhinge and PCUattachments access panels 334AB and
344AB (Ref. TASK 552301000801).
(3) Remove the elevator hinge and flutterdamperattachment access panels
334BB/344BB (Ref. TASK 552301000802).
(4) Remove the flutterdamper access panel 332BB/342BB (Ref.
TASK 551201000802).

3. Procedure
Subtask 055105710135
A.
B.

Do an operational test of the elevator control system (Ref. TASK 273100710801).


During the operational test, do a visual check of the output shafts of the elevator PCUs
and the flutter dampers.
NOTE: The PCU and the flutter damper output shafts connect to links that attach to
the elevator at fittings on the elevator front spar. The hilite pins at the
attachment points of these links can shear because of the effects of a lightning
strike. This operational test will identify hilite pins that are sheared.

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Subtask 055105863006
C.
D.

Make sure that the hydraulic pressure in systems No. 1 and No. 2 is released
(Ref. TASK 120006863802).
Make sure that the hydraulic pressure in system No. 3 is released
(Ref. TASK 120006863804).

Subtask 055105210012
E.

F.

Do a check of the six elevator PCUs at the points that follow:


(1) Lift each elevator to the fully up position.
(2) Examine the PCUs and their related jumper cables for signs of burns
(3) Examine the hilite pins at the lower attachment points of the PCU output links for
signs of burns.
(4) If necessary, install new components.
If you find a hilite pin that is sheared, replace the pin (Ref. TASK 273301960801).

Subtask 055105210013
G.

H.

Do a check of the four elevator flutter dampers at the points that follow:
(1) Lift each elevator to the fully up position.
(2) Examine the flutter dampers and their related jumper cables for signs of burns
(3) Examine the hilite pins in the links above the attachment points of the flutter
damper pistons for signs of burns.
(4) If necessary, install new components.
If you find a hilite pin that is sheared, remove the pin (Ref. TASK 273405000802)
and install a new pin (Ref. TASK 273405400802).

Subtask 055105861014
I.

Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861801).

Subtask 055105863004
J.
K.

Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref. TASK 120006863801).


Pressurize hydraulic system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863803).

Subtask 055105710080
L.

Do a check of the pitch disconnect system as follows:


(1) On the center pedestal, pull up and lock the PITCH DISC lever.
(2) Make sure that the pilots side has control of the left elevator only.
(3) Make sure that the copilots side has control of the right elevator only.
(4) Unlock and stow the PITCH DISC lever.
(5) Make sure that left and right elevators move together.

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Subtask 055105710081
M.

Do a check of the aileron and rudder trim systems as follows:


NOTE: You must help the control wheels to get to the full trim position.
(1) On the aileron/rudder trim panel, set and hold the AIL TRIM dual switch to LWD.
(2) Make sure that on the flight controls page, the left aileron pointer moves up and
shows 8 or 9.
(3) Make sure that right aileron pointer moves down and shows 7 or 8.
(4) Set and hold the AIL TRIM dual switch to RWD.
(5) Make sure that left aileron pointer moves down and shows 7 or 8.
(6) Make sure that right aileron pointer moves up and shows 8 or 9.
(7) Set the aileron trim to neutral.
(8) Make sure that the aileron trim pointer is neutral.
(9) Set and hold the RUD TRIM knob to NL.
(10) Make sure that the rudder pointer moves left and shows 7 or 8.
(11) Set and hold the RUD TRIM knob to NR.
(12) Make sure that the rudder pointer moves right and shows 8 or 9.
(13) Set the rudder trim to neutral.
(14) Make sure that the rudder trim pointer is neutral.

4. Close Out
Subtask 055105861010
A.
B.
C.

On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel (overhead panel), push out the AC
PBA.
Set the BATTERY MASTER switch to OFF.
Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055105863005
D.
E.

Release the hydraulic pressure in systems No. 1 and No. 2


(Ref. TASK 120006863802).
Release the hydraulic pressure in system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863804).

Subtask 055105410001
F.

Install the access panels that follow:


(1) Install the elevatorPCU access panels 332AB and 342AB
(Ref. TASK 551201400801).
(2) Install the elevator hinge & PCU attachment accesspanels 334AB and 344AB
(Ref. TASK 552301400801).
(3) Install the applicable elevator hinge and flutterdamperattachments access panel
334BB/344BB (Ref. TASK 552301400802).

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(4) Install the applicable flutterdamper access panels 332BB/342BB (Ref.


TASK 551201400802).
Subtask 055105941015
G.
H.
I.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other equipment.

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TASK 055105220805
Detailed Inspection After a Lightning Strike when the EICAS gives Continuous Indications
NOTE: Before you do this conditional inspection, make sure that you have completed the
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage (Ref. TASK 055105220801).
NOTE: The subtasks that follow are only necessary if you get continuous EICAS error
messages about one or more systems. Do the subtasks that are applicable to the
systems with error messages.
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055105946011
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 055105220801
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 322201980802
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Detailed Check for Lightning Strike Damage
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Close the NoseLandingGear Forward Doors
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055105941011
WARNING:

A.
B.

PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.

Subtask 055105861015
C.

Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861801).

3. Procedure
Subtask 055105710016
A.

Do a check of the main landing gear (MLG) fire and overheat detection system as
follows:

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(1) Set and hold the OVHT TEST WARN FAIL switch, then release it.
(2) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
MLG OVHT FAIL (Amber)

(3) Set and hold MLG BAY OVHT switch.


(4) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
MLG OVHT FAIL (Red)
"GEAR BAY OVERHEAT" is heard

(5) Release MLG BAY OVHT switch.


(6) Make sure that the visible messages are not shown and you do not hear the aural
message.
**ON A/C 70037007, 70097010, 70157016, 7019, 7021, 70237025, 70327033, 7036, 7039,
7041, 7052, 7059, 7061, 70637064, 7073, 7075, 7086, 70897090, 70937094, 7099,
71037104, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 7125, 7128, 7130, 71347136, 7138, 7140,
7142, 71487149, 7152, 7165, 7167, 7176, 7180, 71897190, 7193, 7200, 7205, 7220, 7226,
72477248, 7266, 72827283, 72987299, 7329, 7351, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7378, 7386, 7391,
7394, 7403, 7407, 7413, 7419, 7431, 7436, 7439, 7442, 7449, 7464, 7478, 7480, 7486, 7494,
7499, 7567, 7570, 7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7617, 7619, 7625, 76297630, 7738, 7846, 7862,
7864, 79017902, 7910, 7973, 7990, 8046, 8060, 80668068
Subtask 055105740001
B.

In the flight compartment, do a check of the fuel/defuel system as follows:


(1) On refuel/defuel control panel, set the POWER switch to ON.
(2) Make sure that power comes on the panel.
(3) Make sure that the three fuel quantities are shown.
(4) Set the mode switch to FUEL AUTO.
(5) Push the LAMP TEST button, then release it.
(6) Make sure that all the lights come on.
(7) Make sure that all the fuel quantity digits show 8.
(8) After you complete the BITE test, push the BITE INITIA. button, then release it.
(9) Make sure that the FAULT ANNUNC. light stays off.
(10) Set the mode switch to OFF.
(11) Set the POWER switch to the off position.

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**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105750001
C.

Use the intercom system and make sure that you can speak to the stations that follow:

LOCATION 1
Pilot console and oxygen mask
Pilot or copilot
Pilot or copilot
Pilot or copilot
Pilot or copilot
Pilot or copilot

LOCATION 2
Copilot console and oxygen mask
Observer
Avionics bay
External services panel
Overwing refuel/defuel panel
Aft fuselage bay

Subtask 055105710026
D.

Do a check of the bleedairduct monitoring system as follows:


(1) On the BLEED AIR control panel, turn and hold the DUCT MON switch to TEST.
(2) Make sure that on the BLEED AIR control panel, all four DUCT FAIL PBAs come
on.
(3) Make sure that on the ANTIICE control panel, the WING, DUCT FAIL PBA comes
on.
(4) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:
PAGE

Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
L 10TH DUCT (Red)
R 10TH DUCT (Red)
L 14TH DUCT (Red)
R 14TH DUCT (Red)
ANTIICE DUCT (Red)
DUCT TEST OK (Green)

(5) Make sure that you hear "BLEED AIR DUCT".


(6) Release the DUCT MON switch.
(7) Make sure that the PBAs go off, you do not see the messages and you do not hear
the aural warning.
(8) Set and hold the DUCT MON switch to LOOP A.
(9) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
DUCT MON LOOP A (White)

(10) Set and hold the DUCT MON switch to LOOP B.


(11) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:

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PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
DUCT MON LOOP B (White)

(12) Make sure that the message DUCT MON LOOP A is not shown.
Subtask 055105710028
E.

Do a check of the cabin pressurization system as follows:


(1) On the CABIN PRESS control panel, turn the LDG ELEV knob clockwise.
(2) Make sure that on the ECS page, the LDG ELEV data increases.
(3) Push in the EMER DEPRESS PBA.
(4) Make sure that the EMER DEPRESS, ON PBA comes on.
(5) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Primary
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)

Push out the EMER DEPRESS PBA.


Push in the PRESS CONT PBA until MAN is set.
Make sure that the PRESS CONT, MAN PBA comes on.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status
(10)
(11)
(12)

EICAS MESSAGE
EMER DEPRESS (Amber)

EICAS MESSAGE
CABIN PRESS MAN (White)

Push out the PRESS CONT PBA.


Make sure that the PRESS CONT 1 (or PRESS CONT 2) is shown with valid data.
Make sure the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Primary
Status
Status
Status
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
EMER DEPRESS (Amber)
AUTO DEPRESS 1 FAIL (White)
AUTO DEPRESS 2 FAIL (White)
CABIN PRESS MAN (White)
CPAM FAIL (White)

Subtask 055105710029
F.

Do a check of the air conditioning system as follows:


(1) On the AIRCONDITIONING control panel, push in the RAMAIR PBA.
(2) Make sure that the RAMAIR, OPEN PBA comes on.
(3) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:

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PAGE
Status
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)

EICAS MESSAGE
RAM AIR OPEN (White)

Push out the RAMAIR PBA.


Push in the CKPT, MAN PBA.
Make sure that the CKPT, MAN PBA comes on.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
CKPT TEMP MAN (White)

(8) Push in the CABIN, MAN PBA.


(9) Make sure that the CABIN, MAN PBA comes on.
(10) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
CKPT TEMP MAN (White)

(11) Push out the CKPT, MAN and CABIN, MAN PBAs.
(12) Make sure that the messages are not shown.
Subtask 055105710042
G.

Do a check of the pilots display reversionary system as follows:


(1) On the pilots display reversionary panel (in the pilots side panel), set the switch to
PFD 1.
(2) Make sure that the PFD 1 shows no data and the MFD 1 shows the PFD 1 data.
(3) Set the switch to EICAS.
(4) Make sure that the MFD 1 shows the EICAS Status Page.
(5) Set the switch to NORM.
(6) Make sure that the PFD 1 and the MFD 1 show the usual data.

Subtask 055105710088
H.

If equipped with FMS TUNE INHIBIT:


(1) On the standby tune control panel (center pedestal), set the FMS TUNE INHIBIT
switch to the up position.
(2) Type 131.52 on the scratchpad and enter under VHF 1.
(3) Make sure that on the RTU 1, the COM 1 frequency shows 131.52.
(4) Set the FMS TUNE INHIBIT switch to the down position.
(5) On the CDU 1, type 130.52 on the scratchpad and enter under VHF 1.
(6) Make sure that the COM 1 frequency stays at 131.52.
(7) Set the FMS TUNE INHIBIT switch to the up position.

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Subtask 055105740006
I.

Do the test of the antiskid system as follows:


(1) On the LDG GEAR control panel, set the ANTI SKID switch to ARMED.
(2) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
A/SKID INBD (Amber)
A/SKID OUTBD (Amber)

(3) Set the TEST switch momentarily to TEST, then release it.
(4) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown for approximately five seconds,
then not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
A/SKID INBD (Amber)
A/SKID OUTBD (Amber)

(5) Set the ANTI SKID switch to OFF.


(6) Make sure that you see the two messages again.
Subtask 055105740004
J.

Do a check of the engine vibration sensor system as follows:


(1) On the EICAS control panel, push the PRI button.
(2) Make sure that the ED 2 shows the primary page.
(3) On the ENGINE CONTROL panel, set and hold the VIB switch to TEST.
(4) Make sure that on the primary pages, the two enginefan vibrationgauges show
3.5.
(5) Make sure that you see VIB in the N2 gauges.
(6) Release the VIB switch.

Subtask 055105740007
K.

Do a check of the RTUADF system as follows:


(1) On the the ACP 1 or 2, push on the ADF 1 button.
(2) On the RTU 1, set the ADF 1 to an AM broadcast transmitter.
(3) Make sure that you hear the ADF transmitter.
(4) On the DCP 1, push in the top and bottom BRG pushbuttons in turn.
(5) Make sure that on the PFDs and the MFDs, the ADF 1 and the ADF 2 identifiers are
shown.
(6) On the RTU 1, set the ADF 1 page.
(7) Set the ADF mode.
(8) Push the ADF 1 TEST button momentarily.
(9) Make sure that the ADF 1 pointers rotate 90 clockwise.

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(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)

Make sure that you hear a tone.


On the ACPs 1 or 2, push on the ADF 2 button.
On the RTU 2, set the ADF 2 to an AM broadcast transmitter.
Make sure that you hear the ADF transmitter.
On the DCP 2, push in the top and bottom BRG pushbuttons in turn.
Make sure that on the PFDs and the MFDs, the ADF 1 and the ADF 2 identifiers are
shown.
On the RTU 2, set the ADF 2 page.
Set the ADF mode.
Push the ADF 2 TEST button momentarily.
Make sure that the ADF 2 pointers rotate 90 clockwise.
Make sure that you hear a tone.
On the RTUs 1 and 2, select the same ADF transmitter.
Make sure that the MFDs 1 or 2, the ADF 1 and the ADF 2 pointers show the same
bearing.

**ON A/C 70117014, 70177018, 7022, 70267031, 70347035, 70377038, 7040, 70427051,
70547056, 7058, 7060, 7062, 70657067, 70697072, 7074, 70767080, 70827083, 7085,
70877088, 70917092, 70957098, 71007102, 71057109, 71117112, 71157118, 7120,
71237124, 7127, 7129, 71317132, 7134, 7137, 7139, 7141, 7143, 71457147, 71507151,
71537163, 7166, 71687175, 71787179, 7181, 71857189, 71917196, 71987199,
72017204, 72067219, 72217222, 72247225, 72277246, 72497251, 72537265,
72677281, 72847297, 73007308, 73107315, 73177322, 73247328, 73307331,
73337350, 73527364, 73667370, 7372, 73747377, 73797385, 73877390, 73927393,
73957402, 74047406, 74087412, 74147418, 74207430, 74327434, 74377438,
74407441, 74447448, 74507452, 7454, 74567458, 74607463, 74657477, 7479,
74817485, 74877493, 74957497, 75007511, 75137521, 75237555, 75587564, 7566,
75687569, 7572, 75747580, 7582, 75847595, 75977604, 7606, 76087613, 76157616,
7618, 76207624, 76267628, 76317646, 76487675, 76777683, 7685, 76877689,
76917696, 76987703, 77057737, 77397783, 77857797, 77997806, 78087845,
78477857, 7859, 7861, 7863, 78657872, 78757878, 7881, 78837884, 7886, 7888,
78907891, 78937894, 7896, 78997900, 7903, 7905, 79077908, 79137918, 7921,
79237924, 79277928, 7930, 79327933, 7936, 7938, 7940, 79427944, 79467956, 7958,
79607961, 79637989, 80008009, 80118064, 80668068
Subtask 055105740009
L.

Do a check of the WX radar as follows:


(1) On the DCPs 1 and 2 (side panels), push the RDR button.
(2) Turn the RANGE knob clockwise to set a range.
(3) On the weather radar control panel, set the mode switch to TEST.
(4) Make sure that TEST is shown on the MFDs 1 and 2.
(5) Make sure that the radar test pattern and scanning are the same.
(6) On the weather radar control panel, set the mode switch to OFF.

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(7) Make sure that RADAR OFF is shown on the MFDs 1 and 2.
**ON A/C 70037010, 70157016, 70197021, 70237025, 70327033, 7036, 7039, 7041,
70527053, 7057, 7059, 7061, 70637064, 7073, 7075, 7081, 7084, 7086, 70897090,
70937094, 7099, 71037104, 7110, 71137114, 7119, 71217122, 71257126, 7128, 7130,
7133, 71357136, 7138, 7140, 7142, 7144, 71487149, 7152, 71647165, 7167, 71767177,
7180, 71827184, 7190, 7197, 7200, 7205, 7220, 7223, 7226, 72477248, 7252, 7266,
72827283, 72987299, 7309, 7316, 7323, 7329, 7332, 7351, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7378, 7386,
7391, 7394, 7403, 7407, 7413, 7419, 7431, 74357436, 7439, 74427443, 7449, 7453, 7455,
7459, 7464, 7478, 7480, 7486, 7494, 74987499, 7512, 7522, 75567557, 7565, 7567,
75707571, 7573, 7581, 7583, 7596, 7605, 7607, 7614, 7617, 7619, 7625, 76297630, 7647,
7676, 7684, 7686, 7690, 7697, 7704, 7738, 7784, 7798, 7807, 7846, 7858, 7860, 7862, 7864,
78737874, 78797880, 7882, 7885, 7887, 7889, 7892, 7895, 78977898, 79017902, 7904,
7906, 79097912, 79197920, 7922, 79257926, 7929, 7931, 79347935, 7937, 7939, 7941,
7945, 7957, 7959, 7962, 7990, 8010
Subtask 055105740010
M.

Do a check of the WX radar as follows:


(1) On the DCPs 1 and 2 (side panels), push the RDR button.
(2) Turn the RANGE knob clockwise to set a range.
(3) On the pilots weather radar control panel, push the XFR button.
(4) Make sure that XTEST is shown on the MFDs 1 and 2.
(5) Make sure that the scanning sequence is the same. MFD 1 scans from left to right,
and MFD 2 scans from right to left.
(6) Push the XFR button again.
(7) On the copilots weather radar control panel, push the XFR button.
(8) Make sure that XTEST is shown on the MFDs 1 and 2.
(9) Make sure that the scanning sequence is the same.
(10) Push the XFR button again.
(11) On the pilots and copilots weather radar control panels, set the mode switch to
OFF.
(12) Make sure that RADAR OFF is shown on the MFDs 1 and 2.

**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105710060
N.

Do a check of the Stab/MACH trim system as follows:


(1) On the pilots display reversionary panel, set the switch to EICAS.
(2) Make sure that the status page is shown on the MFD 1 and the ED 2.
(3) On the STAB TRIM/MACH TRIM PANEL, push and hold the CH 2 button for 1
second.
(4) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:

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PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB CH 1 INOP (White)

(5) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB TRIM (Amber)

(6) On the pilots control wheel, set and hold the TRIM dual switch to N/D.
(7) Make sure that the horizontal stabilizer moves toward 0.
(8) Make sure that you hear the trim clacker after approximately four seconds of
movement.
(9) Make sure that, after an interval, the horizontal stabilizer position shows 0.
(10) On the copilots control wheel, set and hold the TRIM dual switch to N/U.
(11) Make sure that the horizontal stabilizer position shows 15 in less than 30 seconds.
(12) On the STAB TRIM/MACH TRIM PANEL, push and hold the CH 1 button for 1
second.
(13) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB CH 1 INOP (White)

(14) On the copilots control wheel, set and hold the TRIM dual switch to N/D.
(15) Make sure that the horizontalstabilizer leading edge moves up.
(16) On the pilots control wheel, while the horizontal stabilizer is in motion, set the TRM
dual switch to N/U, then release it.
(17) Make sure that the pilots trim control takes priority, the stabilizer leading edge
moves down, then stops.
(18) Set the TRIM single switch to N/D, then to N/U.
(19) Make sure that the horizontal stabilizer does not move.
(20) On the copilots control wheel, set the TRIM single switch to N/D, then to N/U.
(21) Make sure that the horizontal stabilizer does not move.
(22) On the STAB TRIM/MACH TRIM panel, push the MACH TRIM INOP PBA
momentarily.
(23) Make sure that the MACH TRIM INOP PBA goes OFF.
(24) Make sure that the messages that follow not shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
MACH TRIM (Amber)

(25) On the pilots control wheel, push the STAB TRIM DISC switch.
(26) Make sure that the messages that follow are shown:

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Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
MACH TRIM (Amber)
STAB TRIM (Amber)

(27) Make sure that MACH TRIM INOP PBA comes on.
(28) On the STAB TRIM/MACH TRIM panel, push and hold the CH 1 button for 1
second.
(29) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB CH 2 INOP (White)

(30) On the copilots control wheel, push the STAB TRIM DISC switch.
(31) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
STAB TRIM (Amber)

Subtask 055105710061
O.

Do a check of the EICAS display/ARINC cooling system as follows:


(1) On the avionics cooling panel (center pedestal), set the DSPLY FAN switch to GND
ALTN.
(2) Make sure that after 15 seconds, the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
ARINC COOL (Amber)
DISPLAY COOL (Amber)
CKPIT COOL FAIL (Amber)
COOL EXHAUST FAIL (Amber)
OVBD COOL FAIL (Amber)

(3) Set the DSPLY FAN switch to FLT ALTN.


(4) Make sure that after 15 seconds, the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
DISPLAY COOL (Amber)

(5) Set the DSPLY FAN switch to STBY.


(6) Make sure that after 15 seconds, the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
DISPLAY COOL (Amber)

(7) Set the DSPLY FAN switch to NORM.


(8) Set the ARINC FAN switch to GND ALTN.

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(9) Make sure that after 15 seconds, the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
ARINC COOL (Amber)

(10) Set the ARINC FAN switch to FLT ALTN.


(11) Make sure that after 15 seconds, the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
ARINC COOL (Amber)

(12) Set the ARINC FAN and the DSPLY FAN switches to GND ALTN.
(13) Make sure that after 15 seconds, the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE
Primary
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
ARINC COOL (Amber)
DISPLAY COOL (Amber)

(14) Set the ARINC FAN and the DSPLY FAN switches to NORM.
Subtask 055105710063
P.

Do a check of the passenger address system as follows:


(1) On the ACP 1, set the rotary switch to PA.
(2) On the interphone control panel, push the PA PBA momentarily.
(3) Make sure that the PA PBA green light comes on.
(4) Connect a hand microphone to the audio jack in the pilots side console..
(5) Push and hold the PTT switch in the pilots control wheel and do a test count, then
release the switch.
(6) Make sure that you hear test count is heard through cabin speakers.
(7) On the interphone control panel, push the PA PBA.
(8) Push the CHIME PBA momentarily.
(9) Make sure that you hear a HI/LO chime through the cabin speakers.
(10) Push the CALL PBA momentarily.
(11) Make sure that the CALL PBA green light comes on.
(12) Make sure that you hear a HI/LO chime through the cabin speakers.
(13) Push the CALL PBA again.
(14) Push the EMER PBA momentarily.
(15) Make sure that the EMER PBA amber light comes on flashing.
(16) Make sure that you hear a HI/LO chime through the cabin speakers.
(17) Push the EMER PBA again.
(18) On the PASS SIGNS/EMER LIGHS panel (overhead panel), set the NO SMKG
switch to ON.
(19) Make sure that you hear a LO chime.

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(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)

Set the SEAT BELTS switch to ON.


Make sure that you hear a LO chime.
Set the NO SMKG and SEAT BELTS switches to OFF.
Make sure that you hear the IGNORE chime.

Subtask 055105710064
Q.

Do a check of the EFIS/EICAS reversionary panel system as follows:


(1) On the pilots display reversionary panel (left side panel), set the switch to NORM.
(2) On the source selector panel (center pedestal), set all the switches to NORM.
(3) On the mode selector unit, if equipped, set the two IRS switches to NAV.
(4) On the pilots and the copilots compass control panels, if equipped, set the
DG/MAG switches to DG.
(5) Make sure that DG 1 is shown on the PFD 1 and the MFD 1.
(6) Make sure that DG 2 is shown on the PFD 2 and the MFD 2.
(7) On the pilots and the copilots compass control panels, if equipped, set the SLEW
switches to +.
(8) Make sure that on the PFDs and the MFDs, the compass cards rotate
counterclockwise slowly, then quickly.
(9) On the pilots and the copilots compass control panels, if equipped, set the SLEW
switches to , then release.
(10) Make sure that the compass cards rotate clockwise slowly, then quickly.
(11) On the pilots and the copilots compass control panels, if equipped, set the
DG/MAG switches to MAG.
(12) Make sure that the aircraft magnetic heading is shown.
(13) On the source selector panel, set the ATTD/HDG switch to 1.
(14) Make sure that MAG 1 is shown on the PFDs and the MFDs, .
(15) Make sure that ATT 1 is shown on the PFDs 1 and 2.
(16) Set the ATTD/HDG switch to 2.
(17) Make sure that MAG 2 is shown on the PFDs and the MFDs.
(18) Make sure that ATT 2 is shown on the PFDs 1 and 2.
(19) Set ATTD/HDG switch to NORM.
(20) Make sure that no attitude or heading related flags are shown.
(21) On the source selector panel, set the AIR DATA switch to 1.
(22) Make sure that ADC 1 is shown.
(23) Make sure that no ADC related flags are shown.
(24) Set the AIR DATA switch to 2.
(25) Make sure that ADC 2 is shown.
(26) Make sure that no ADC related flags are shown.
(27) On the source selector panel, set the AIR DATA switch to NORM.

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(28) Make sure that no ADC related flags are shown.


(29) Make sure that after 10 seconds, the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Status
(30)
(31)
(32)
(33)
(34)
(35)
(36)
(37)
(38)
(39)
(40)
(41)
(42)
(43)
(44)
(45)
(46)
(47)

EICAS MESSAGE
SPEED REFS INDEP (Amber)

On the source selector panel, set the EICAS switch to ED 1".


Make sure that the ED 2 shows no data.
On the EICAS control panel, push the the STAT button.
Make sure that the ED 1 shows the EICAS status page.
On the source selector panel, set the EICAS switch to ED 2.
Make sure that the ED 1 shows no data.
Make sure that the ED 2 shows the EICAS primary page.
On the EICAS control panel, push the STAT button.
Make sure that the ED 2 shows the EICAS status page.
On the source selector panel, set the EICAS switch to NORM.
Make sure that the ED 1 shows the EICAS primary page.
Make sure that the ED 2 shows the CAS status page.
On the source selector panel, set the DSPL CONT switch to 1.
Make sure that DCP 1 is shown on the PFDs and the MFDs.
Set the DSPL CONT switch to 2.
Make sure that DCP 2 is shown on the PFDs and the MFDs.
Set the DSPL CONT switch to NORM.
Make sure that you see no reversion flags.

**ON A/C 7262, 7266, 7272, 7282, 7296, 7298, 7301, 7321, 7345, 7365, 7371, 7378, 7384, 7391,
73937394, 7403, 7407, 7413, 7419, 7431, 7434, 7439, 7449, 7469, 7478, 7480, 7486, 7494,
7567, 7570, 7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7619, 7625, 76297630, 7738, 7846, 7862, 7864,
79017902, 7910, 7939, 8010
Subtask 055105740011
R.

Do a check of the headup guidance system (HGS) as follows:


(1) On the pilots display reversionary panel (left side panel), set the switch to EICAS.
(2) Unlock and move the combiner unit (left side of the overhead panel) into the usual
position for operation.
(3) Adjust the brightness knob.
(4) Make sure that the brightness of the display changes and you do not see the
ALIGN HUD message.
(5) On the HGS control panel (center pedestal), push the TEST button momentarily.
(6) Make sure that on the HGS control panel, the amber FAULT light comes on for 1 to
2 seconds, then goes off.

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(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)

Make sure that no fault code is shown.


Push the TEST button again.
Make sure that you are out of the test mode.
Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
HGS FAIL (White)

(11) Make sure that the HGS flag is not shown on the PFDs 1 and 2.
(12) Unlock and stow the combiner unit.
**ON A/C ALL
Subtask 055105710066
S.

Do a check of the copilots display reversionary system as follows:


(1) On the the copilots display reversionary panel, set the switch to PFD 2.
(2) Make sure that the PFD 2 shows no data.
(3) Make sure that the MFD 2 shows the same data as the PFD 2.
(4) Set the switch to EICAS.
(5) Make sure that the MFD 2 shows the EICAS status page.
(6) Set the switch to NORM.
(7) Make sure that the PFD 2 and the MFD 2 show the normal configuration.

Subtask 055105710071
T.

Do a check of the brake temperature monitoring system as follows:


(1) On the EICAS status page, make sure that the temperature of all 4 brakes show
between 00 and 05 (Green).

**ON A/C 70037067, 70697389, 73917395, 73977408, 74107411, 74137415, 74177422,


74247431, 74337443, 74457451, 74537454, 7456
Subtask 055105710072
U.

Do a check of the door and emergency exit warning system as follows:


(1) Close and latch the following doors:
Passenger
Service
Overwing emergency
Cargo
Avionics bay.
(2) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:

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PAGE
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
PASSENGER DOOR (Red)
AV BAY DOOR (Amber)
CARGO DOOR (Amber)
L EMERG DOOR (Amber)
R EMERG DOOR (Amber)
OVBD COOL (Amber)
PAX DR LATCH (Amber)
PAX DR OUT HNDL (Amber)
PAX DR STOW (Amber)
SERVICE DOOR (Amber)
INBD COOL FAIL (White)

(3) Open door(s) as required.


**ON A/C 7390, 7396, 7409, 7412, 7416, 7423, 7432, 7444, 7452, 7455, 74577990, 80008064,
80668068
Subtask 055105710073
V.

Do a check of the door and emergency exit warning system as follows:


Do a check of the
(1) Close and latch the following doors:
Passenger
Service
Overwing emergency exits
Cargo
Avionics bay.
(2) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Primary
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
PASSENGER DOOR (Red)
AV BAY DOOR (Amber)
CARGO DOOR (Amber)
L EMERG DOOR (Amber)
R EMERG DOOR (Amber)
OVBD COOL (Amber)
PAX DR LATCH (Amber)
PAX DR OUT HNDL (Amber)
SERVICE DOOR (Amber)
INBD COOL FAIL (White)

(3) Open door(s) as required.

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**ON A/C 7033, 7041, 7052, 7138, 7149, 7180, 7189, 7193 and ON A/C 70037031, 70347040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093, 70957102, 71047109,
71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141, 71437147, 71507153,
71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192, 71947204, 72067271,
72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Pre SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710075
W. Do a check of the hydraulic system 1B as follows:
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 1 to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:
PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 1 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 1 quantity is 5065%

(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 1 LO PRESS (Amber)

(5) Make sure that the flight control system feelforces, breakout and centering are
normal and movement is smooth during the steps that follow.
(6) Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.
(7) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
(8) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up and
shows 25.
(9) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(10) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves down.
(11) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down and
shows 21.
(12) Center the control wheels. Make sure that the left aileron pointer is neutral and
shows 0.
(13) Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
(14) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move down.
(15) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down and show 18.
(16) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
(17) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.

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(18) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up and show 25.
(19) Center the control columns.
(20) Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer shows 0.
(21) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(22) Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
(23) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left and shows
between 30 and 33.
(24) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(25) Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
(26) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right and
shows between 30 and 33.
(27) Center the rudder pedals.
(28) Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral and shows "0".
(29) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set system 1 switch to OFF.
(30) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
(31) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 1 LO PRESS (Amber)

**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7115, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 7154,
71667167, 7170, 7205, 7272, 7365, 7371, 7384, 73907990, 80008064, 80668068 and ON
A/C 70037031, 70347040, 70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093,
70957102, 71047109, 71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141,
71437147, 71507153, 71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192,
71947204, 72067271, 72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Post SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710089
X.

Do a check of Hydraulic System 1B as follows:


WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 1 to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:

PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 1 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 1 quantity is 5065%

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(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 1 LO PRESS (Amber)

(5) Make sure that the flight control system feelforces, breakout and centering are
normal and movement is smooth during the steps that follow.
(6) Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.
(7) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
(8) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up.
(9) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(10) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves down.
(11) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down.
(12) Center the control wheels. Make sure that the left aileron pointer is neutral.
(13) Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
(14) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move down.
(15) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down.
(16) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
(17) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.
(18) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up.
(19) Center the control columns.
(20) Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer shows
neutral.
(21) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(22) Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
(23) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left.
(24) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(25) Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
(26) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right.
(27) Center the rudder pedals.
(28) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral.
(29) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the system 1 switch to OFF.
(30) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
(31) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 1 LO PRESS (Amber)

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**ON A/C 7033, 7041, 7052, 7138, 7149, 7180, 7189, 7193 and ON A/C 70037031, 70347040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093, 70957102, 71047109,
71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141, 71437147, 71507153,
71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192, 71947204, 72067271,
72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Pre SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710076
Y.

Do a check of the Hydraulic System 2B as follows:


WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 2 to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:

PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 2 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 2 quantity is 5065%

(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 2 LO PRESS (Amber)

(5) Make sure that the flight control system feelforces, breakout and centering are
normal and movement is smooth during the steps that follow.
(6) Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.
(7) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
(8) On the flight controls page, make sure that the right aileron pointer is fully up and
shows 25.
(9) Center the control wheels. Make sure that the right aileron pointer is neutral and
shows 0.
(10) Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
(11) Make sure that the left and right elevators surfaces move down.
(12) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down and show 18.
(13) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
(14) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.
(15) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up and show 25.
(16) Center the control columns.
(17) Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer shows 0.

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(18) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(19) Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
(20) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left and shows
between 30 and 33.
(21) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(22) Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
(23) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right and
shows between 30 and 33.
(24) Center the rudder pedals.
(25) Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral and shows "0".
(26) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the switch 2 to OFF.
(27) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
(28) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 2 LO PRESS (Amber)

**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7115, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 7154,
71667167, 7170, 7205, 7272, 7365, 7371, 7384, 73907990, 80008064, 80668068 and ON
A/C 70037031, 70347040, 70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093,
70957102, 71047109, 71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141,
71437147, 71507153, 71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192,
71947204, 72067271, 72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Post SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710090
Z.

Do a check of the Hydraulic System 2B as follows:


WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 2 to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:

PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 2 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 2 quantity is 5065%

(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:

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PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 2 LO PRESS (Amber)

(5) Make sure that the flight control system feelforces, breakout and centering are
normal and movement is smooth during the steps that follow.
(6) Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.
(7) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
(8) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up.
(9) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(10) Make sure that the right aileron surface moves up.
(11) On the flight controls page, make sure that the right aileron pointer is fully up.
(12) Center the control wheels. Make sure that the right aileron pointer is neutral.
(13) Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
(14) Make sure that the left and right elevators surfaces move down.
(15) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down.
(16) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
(17) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.
(18) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up.
(19) Center the control columns.
(20) Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer shows
neutral.
(21) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(22) Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
(23) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left.
(24) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(25) Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
(26) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right.
(27) Center the rudder pedals.
(28) Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral.
(29) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the switch 2 to OFF.
(30) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
(31) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
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EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 2 LO PRESS (Amber)

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**ON A/C 7033, 7041, 7052, 7138, 7149, 7180, 7189, 7193 and ON A/C 70037031, 70347040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093, 70957102, 71047109,
71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141, 71437147, 71507153,
71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192, 71947204, 72067271,
72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Pre SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710077
AA. Do a check of the Hydraulic System 3A as follows:
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 3A to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:
PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 3 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 3 quantity is 5065%

(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

(5) Make sure that the flight control system feelforces, breakout and centering are
normal and movement is smooth during the steps that follow.
(6) Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.
(7) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
(8) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up and
shows 25, and the right aileron pointer is fully down and shows 21.
(9) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(10) Make sure that left aileron surface moves down.
(11) Make sure that right aileron surface moves up.
(12) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down and
shows 21 and the right aileron pointer is fully up and shows 25.
(13) Center the control wheels.
(14) Make sure that the left and right aileron pointers are neutral and show 0.
(15) Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
(16) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move down.
(17) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down and show 18.
(18) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.

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(19) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.
(20) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up and show 24.
(21) Center the control columns.
(22) Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer shows 0.
(23) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(24) Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
(25) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left and shows
between 30 and 33.
(26) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(27) Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
(28) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right and
shows between 30 and 33.
(29) Center the rudder pedals.
(30) Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral and shows 0.
(31) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the switch 3A to OFF.
(32) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
(33) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7115, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 7154,
71667167, 7170, 7205, 7272, 7365, 7371, 7384, 73907990, 80008064, 80668068 and ON
A/C 70037031, 70347040, 70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093,
70957102, 71047109, 71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141,
71437147, 71507153, 71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192,
71947204, 72067271, 72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Post SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710093
AB. Do a check of the Hydraulic System 3A as follows:
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 3A to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:

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PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 3 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 3 quantity is 5065%

(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

(5) Make sure that the flight control system feelforces, breakout and centering are
normal and movement is smooth during the steps that follow.
(6) Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.
(7) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
(8) Make sure that right aileron surface moves down.
(9) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up, and the
right aileron pointer is fully down.
(10) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(11) Make sure that left aileron surface moves down.
(12) Make sure that right aileron surface moves up.
(13) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down, and
the right aileron pointer is fully up.
(14) Center the control wheels.
(15) Make sure that the left and right aileron pointers are neutral.
(16) Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
(17) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move down.
(18) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down.
(19) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
(20) Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.
(21) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up.
(22) Center the control columns.
(23) Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer is neutral.
(24) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(25) Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
(26) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left.
(27) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(28) Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
(29) On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right.
(30) Center the rudder pedals.
(31) Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral.

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(32) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set switch 3A to OFF.


(33) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
(34) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

**ON A/C 7033, 7041, 7052, 7138, 7149, 7180, 7189, 7193 and ON A/C 70037031, 70347040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093, 70957102, 71047109,
71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141, 71437147, 71507153,
71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192, 71947204, 72067271,
72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Pre SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710078
AC. Do a check of the Hydraulic System 3B as follows:
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.
(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 3A to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:
PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 3 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 3 quantity is 5065%

(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:
PAGE
Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

(5) Make sure that the flight control system feelforces, breakout and centering are
normal and movement is smooth during the steps that follow.
(6) Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.
(7) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
(8) Make sure that the right aileron surface moves down.
(9) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up and
shows 25, and the right aileron pointer is fully down and shows 21.
(10) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(11) Make sure that the left aileron surface moves down.
(12) Make sure that the right aileron surface moves up.
(13) On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down and
shows 21, and the right aileron pointer is fully up and shows 25.

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(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
(29)
(30)
(31)
(32)
(33)

Center the control wheels.


Make sure that the left and right aileron pointers are neutral and show 0.
Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move down.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down and show 18.
Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up and show 24.
Center the control columns.
Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer shows 0.
Push the left Rudder Pedal fully forward and hold.
Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left and shows
between 30 and 33.
Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right and
shows between 30 and 33.
Center the rudder pedals.
Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral and shows 0.
On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the switch 3B to OFF.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7115, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 7154,
71667167, 7170, 7205, 7272, 7365, 7371, 7384, 73907990, 80008064, 80668068 and ON
A/C 70037031, 70347040, 70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093,
70957102, 71047109, 71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141,
71437147, 71507153, 71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192,
71947204, 72067271, 72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Post SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710094
AD. Do a check of the Hydraulic System 3B as follows:
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES ARE CLEAR
OF PERSONS AND EQUIPMENT DURING THE FULL RANGE OF
TRAVEL. FLIGHT CONTROL MOVEMENT CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO
PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
(1) Move the control wheels or the control columns to decrease the hydraulic pressure
to zero.

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(2) On the HYDRAULIC panel (overhead panel), set the switch 3B to ON.
(3) Make sure that you see the indications that follow:
PAGE
Hydraulic Page
Hydraulic Page

EICAS MESSAGE
System 3 pressure is 2800 3200 PSI
System 3 quantity is 5065%

(4) Make sure that you do not see the message that follows:
PAGE
Primary
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
(29)

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

Turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and hold.


Make sure that the left aileron surface moves up.
Make sure that the right aileron surface moves down.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up, and the
right aileron pointer is fully down.
Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
Make sure that the left aileron surface moves down.
Make sure that the right aileron surface moves up.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down, and
the right aileron pointer is fully up.
Center the control wheels.
Make sure that the left and right aileron pointers are neutral.
Push the control columns fully forward and hold.
Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move down.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully down.
Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
Make sure that the left and right elevator surfaces move up.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are
fully up.
Center the control columns.
Make sure that the left and right elevators are neutral and the pointer shows
neutral.
Push the left Rudder Pedal fully forward and hold.
Make sure that the rudder surface moves left.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left.
Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
Make sure that the rudder surface moves right.
On the flight controls page, make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right.
Center the rudder pedals.

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(30)
(31)
(32)
(33)

Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral.


On the HYDRAULIC panel, set switch 3B to OFF.
Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Primary

EICAS MESSAGE
HYD 3 LO PRESS (Amber)

**ON A/C 7033, 7041, 7052, 7138, 7149, 7180, 7189, 7193 and ON A/C 70037031, 70347040,
70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093, 70957102, 71047109,
71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141, 71437147, 71507153,
71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192, 71947204, 72067271,
72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Pre SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710079
AE. Do a check of the full hydraulic system as follows:
(1) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the switches 1, 2, 3A and 3B to ON.
(2) Make sure that on the hydraulic page, all three systems are pressurized.
(3) Make sure that all three system temperatures are below 95C.
(4) On the flight controls page, turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and
hold.
(5) Make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up and shows 25.
(6) Make sure that the right aileron pointer is fully down and shows 21.
(7) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(8) Make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down and shows 21.
(9) Make sure that the right aileron pointer is fully up and shows 25.
(10) Center the control wheels.
(11) Make sure that the left and right aileron pointers are neutral and show 0.
(12) Push the control column fully forward and hold.
(13) Make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are fully down and show 18.
(14) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
(15) Make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are fully up and show 24.
(16) Center the control columns.
(17) Make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are neutral and show 0.
(18) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(19) Make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left and shows 33.
(20) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(21) Make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right and shows 33.
(22) Center the rudder pedals.
(23) Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral and shows 0.

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(24) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set switches 1, 2, 3A and 3B to OFF.


(25) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7115, 7125, 7133, 7142, 7148, 7154,
71667167, 7170, 7205, 7272, 7365, 7371, 7384, 73907990, 80008064, 80668068 and ON
A/C 70037031, 70347040, 70427051, 70537058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 70697093,
70957102, 71047109, 71117114, 71167124, 71267132, 71347137, 71397141,
71437147, 71507153, 71557165, 71687169, 71717179, 71817188, 71907192,
71947204, 72067271, 72737364, 73667370, 73727383, 73857389 Post SB601R31022
Subtask 055105710095
AF. Do a check of the full hydraulic system as follows:
(1) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set switches 1, 2, 3A and 3B to ON.
(2) Make sure that on the hydraulic page, all three systems are pressurized.
(3) Make sure that all three system temperatures are below 95C.
(4) On the flight controls page, turn the control wheels fully counterclockwise and
hold.
(5) Make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully up.
(6) Make sure that the right aileron pointer is fully down.
(7) Turn the control wheels fully clockwise and hold.
(8) Make sure that the left aileron pointer is fully down.
(9) Make sure that the right aileron pointer is fully up.
(10) Center the control wheels.
(11) Make sure that the left and right aileron pointers are neutral.
(12) Push the control column fully forward and hold.
(13) Make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are fully down.
(14) Pull the control columns fully aft and hold.
(15) Make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are fully up.
(16) Center the control columns.
(17) Make sure that the left and right elevator pointers are neutral.
(18) Push the left rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(19) Make sure that the rudder pointer is fully left.
(20) Push the right rudder pedal fully forward and hold.
(21) Make sure that the rudder pointer is fully right.
(22) Center the rudder pedals.
(23) Make sure that the rudder pointer is neutral.
(24) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set switches 1, 2, 3A and 3B to OFF.
(25) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.

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**ON A/C ALL


Subtask 055105710083
AG. Do a check of the roll disconnect and priority control systems as follows:
(1) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set switch 3A or 3B to ON.
(2) Make sure that on the hydraulic page, the applicable system is pressurized.
(3) Pull up and lock the ROLL DISC lever.
(4) Make sure that the pilot can only control the left aileron.
(5) Make sure that the copilot can only control the right aileron.
(6) Make sure that after 20 seconds, the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Primary
glareshield
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)

Turn the pilots control wheel clockwise, then counterclockwise.


Make sure that right spoileron moves to follow the input.
Make sure that left spoileron does not move.
Turn the pilots control wheel back to the center.
Turn copilots control wheel counterclockwise, then clockwise.
Make sure that left spoileron moves following the input.
Make sure that right spoileron does not move.
Turn the copilots control wheel back to the center.
On the left side of the glareshield, push in the PLT ROLL PBA.
Make sure that PLT ROLL PBA comes on.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)

EICAS MESSAGE
PLT ROLL CMD (Green)

Turn the pilots control wheel clockwise, then counterclockwise.


Make sure that left and right spoilerons move to follow the input.
Turn the copilots control wheel clockwise, then counterclockwise.
Make sure that the spoilerons do not move.
On right side glareshield, push in the CPLT ROLL PBA.
Make sure that CPLT ROLL PBA comes on.
Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE

Status

EICAS MESSAGE
SPOILERONS ROLL (Amber)
ROLL SEL PBA comes ON

EICAS MESSAGE
CPLT ROLL CMD (Green)

(25) Make sure that after 20 seconds, the messages that follow are shown:

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PAGE
Primary
glareshield

EICAS MESSAGE
SPOILERONS ROLL (Amber)
ROLL SEL PBAs come on

(26) On the left side glareshield, push out the PLT ROLL PBA.
(27) Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE
Primary
glareshield
(28)
(29)
(30)
(31)
(32)
(33)

Turn the pilots control wheel clockwise, then counterclockwise.


Make sure that the spoilerons do not move.
Turn the copilots control wheel clockwise, then counterclockwise.
Make sure that the left and right spoilerons move to follow the input.
On the right side glareshield, push out the CPLT ROLL PBA.
Make sure that the messages that follow are not shown:
PAGE

Primary
glareshield
(34)
(35)
(36)
(37)

EICAS MESSAGE
SPOILERONS ROLL (Amber)
PLT ROLL CMD (Green)

EICAS MESSAGE
SPOILERONS ROLL (Amber)
PLT ROLL CMD (Green)

Unlock and stow the ROLL DISC lever.


Make sure that left and right ailerons move together.
On the HYDRAULIC panel, set the applicable switch 3A or 3B to OFF.
Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.

Subtask 055105710084
AH. Do a check of the parking brake and the flight data recorder (FDR) as follows:
(1) Set the aircraft conditions to have the inboard and outboard brake pressures at
28003200 psi.
(2) Pull and turn the PARKING BRAKE handle.
(3) Make sure that the message that follows is shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
PARKING BRAKE ON (Green)

(4) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
FDR ACCEL FAIL (White)

(5) On the miscellaneous test panel (center pedestal), push the FDR EVENT button
momentarily, then release it.
(6) Make sure that the message that follows is shown momentarily:

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PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
FDR EVENT (Green)

(7) Unlock and release the PARKING BRAKE handle.


(8) Make sure that the message that follows is not shown:
PAGE
Status

EICAS MESSAGE
PARKING BRAKE ON (Green)

(9) On the HYDRAULIC panel, set switch 2 to OFF.


(10) Move the controls to decrease the hydraulic pressure to zero.
Subtask 055105740012
AI. Do a check of the external refuel/defuel control system as follows:
(1) On the external refuel/deFUEL control panel, set the POWER switch to ON.
(2) Make sure that power comes on to the panel.
(3) Make sure that the three fuel quantities are shown.
(4) Set mode switch to FUEL AUTO.
(5) Push the LAMP TEST button, then release it. Make sure that all lights come on.
(6) Make sure that all the fuel quantity digits show 8.
(7) After BITE test is complete, push the BITE INIT button momentarily.
(8) Make sure that the FAULT ANNUNC. light stays off.
(9) Set the mode switch to OFF.
(10) Set the POWER switch to the off position.
4. Close Out
Subtask 055105861011
A.
B.
C.

On the ELECTRICAL POWER SERVICES panel (overhead panel), push out the AC
PBA.
Set the BATTERY MASTER switch to OFF.
Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055105910009
D.
E.
F.
G.

Install the MLG wheel bins (Ref. TASK 538301400801).


Close the doors and access panels opened during the inspection of the aircraft.
Close the noselandinggear forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980802).
Close the engine cowls.

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Subtask 055105941016
H.
I.
J.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilots and copilots rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tools and other equipment.

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**ON A/C ALL


VOLCANIC ASH CONTAMINATION INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The maintenance procedures that follow are for the inspection of the aircraft after the
aircraft is contaminated by volcanic ash.
Volcanic ash is a highlyabrasive, acidic material produced during volcanic events, such
as an eruption. The texture of volcanic ash is equivalent to talcum powder; the majority
of particles are under 5 microns, with small quantities that are more than 50 microns.
Acidity levels can vary from 7 pH (neutral) to 2 pH (very acidic). Volcanic ash can cause
erosion, abrasion, or etching on surfaces; it can also remove finishes, which lets
corrosion occur.
During volcanic ash encounters, smoke or dust accompanied by an acrid odor may be
detected in the flight and passenger compartments.
Indications of an inflight volcanic ash encounter include: electrostatic discharge across
the windshields, decreased visibility, and a bright glow in the engine inlets. Volcanic ash
will melt when it goes through the combustion chamber of the engines. Volcanic ash
causes engine malfunctions such as: stalls, fluctuating engine parameters, increasing
interturbine temperature (ITT), torching from the exhaust pipe, and flameout.
B. Do the inspection for volcanic ash contamination if one or more of the following occurred:
(1) The aircraft flew through a cloud of volcanic ash.
(2) The aircraft was covered in volcanic ash fallout during ground operations, such as
towing, taxiing, or parking (even if the engines were not running).
NOTE: Volcanic ash fallout can be circulated by wind gusts or aircraft/ramp
vehicle movement in an area contaminated by volcanic ash.
(3) The aircraft encountered volcanic ash fallout during landing or takeoff.
C. If the aircraft was contaminated while parked, it is not necessary to do a check of the
systems which are protected by the applicable covers/protective devices if you do not
find ash behind the covers.
D. Some subtasks in this procedure are optional if the level of volcanic ash contamination in
the aircraft is in the limits given in the subtask. There is a task flow diagram at the end
of this pageblock. It shows the tasks that you must complete if the level of contamination
is above, or below given limits.

TASK 055106210801
Inspection after Volcanic Ash Contamination
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055106943006
A.

Tools and Equipment

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REFERENCE
None specified
None specified
None specified
None specified
None specified

DESIGNATION
air blower
soft brush
soft cloth
vacuum cleaner
warning placards

Subtask 055106946001
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 121128650804
TASK 121128750TBD
TASK 121838600803
TASK 121838600804
TASK 122027640801
TASK 122027640802
TASK 122027640803
TASK 122027640805
TASK 122032640801
TASK 122032640802
TASK 122032640803
TASK 122032640805
TASK 122100110801
TASK 122100110802
TASK 122100110803
TASK 212104000801
TASK 212104400801
TASK 212110000801
TASK 212110400801
TASK 213100710801
TASK 213101000801
TASK 213101400801

DESIGNATION
Parking of the Aircraft
Pressurize Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Suction Defuelling of the Aircraft
Fuel Particle Contamination Check
Servicing of the Galley Water System
Servicing of the Lavatory Water System
Lubrication of the Inboard Flap Vane Mechanism
Lubrication of the BentUp Trailing Edge (BUTE)
Door Hinges
Lubrication of the BentUp Trailing Edge (BUTE)
Door Rollers
Lubrication of the Flap Actuators
Lubrication of the Nose Landing Gear
Lubrication of the Main Landing Gear
Lubrication of the NLG Door Operating Mechanism
Lubrication of the Tail Bumper
External Cleaning of the Aircraft
Internal Cleaning of the Aircraft
Cleaning of the Aircraft Windows
Removal of the Pressure Bulkhead Check Valve
Installation of the Pressure Bulkhead Check Valve
Removal of the Dual Pressure Valve
Installation of the Dual Pressure Valve
Operational Test of the Pressurization Controls
Removal of the Pressurization Check Valves
Installation of the Pressurization Check Valves

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REFERENCE
TASK 213104000801
TASK 213104400801
TASK 213107000801
TASK 213107400801
TASK 213127000801
TASK 213127400801
TASK 215100710801
TASK 215100790801
TASK 215104000801
TASK 215104400801
TASK 215107000801
TASK 215107400801
TASK 215110000801
TASK 215110400801
TASK 215113000801
TASK 215113400801
TASK 215119000801
TASK 215119400801
TASK 215207000801
TASK 215207400801
TASK 240000910802
TASK 240000861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 241100861801
TASK 241100861804
TASK 242200861801
TASK 242200861803
TASK 242301020803
TASK 242301000801
TASK 242301210802
TASK 242301210803
TASK 242301400801
TASK 242301420801
TASK 242301840801
TASK 242301840802
TASK 242301840803
TASK 242301840804

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Jet Pump Ejector
Installation of the Jet Pump Ejector
Removal of the Vacuum Regulator
Installation of the Vacuum Regulator
Removal of the Mushroom Check Valve
Installation of the Mushroom Check Valve
Operational Test of the Air Conditioning System
Leak Test of the Air Conditioning System
Removal of the Precooler
Installation of the Precooler
Removal of the Dual Heat Exchanger
Installation of the Dual Heat Exchanger
Removal of the Air Cycle Machine (ACM)
Installation of the Air Cycle Machine (ACM)
Removal of the Low Pressure Water Separator
Installation of the Low Pressure Water Separator
Removal of the Fan Inlet Housing
Installation of the Fan Inlet Housing
Removal of the Fan ByPass Check Valve
Installation of the Fan ByPass Check Valve
Electrostatic Discharge Safety Precautions
Remove Electrical Power from the Aircraft
Electrical Safety Precautions
Energize PrimaryAC Generation System (GEN 1
and GEN 2)
Remove Power From the Primary ACGeneration
System (GEN 1 and GEN 2)
Energize AuxiliaryAC Generation System in the
Standard Configuration
Remove Power From the AuxiliaryAC Generation
System in the Standard Configuration
Removal of the Dry ADG
Removal of the ADG
Visual Inspection of the ADG
Visual Inspection of the Dry ADG
Installation of the ADG
Installation of the Dry ADG
Lowering of the ADG
Retraction of the ADG After Automatic Deployment
Retraction of the ADG After Manual Deployment
Lowering of the ADG

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REFERENCE
TASK 243200861801
TASK 243200861803
TASK 261500040801
TASK 261500440801
TASK 261501000801
TASK 261501400801
TASK 261500710801
TASK 262107210802
TASK 262116220801
TASK 262207210802
TASK 262207210803
TASK 262500710801
TASK 262507220802
TASK 275400866801
TASK 275400866802
TASK 280000910801
TASK 281117210801
TASK 281201000801
TASK 281201400801
TASK 281202000801
TASK 281202400801
TASK 281204000801
TASK 281204400801
TASK 281206000801
TASK 281206400801
TASK 281322000801
TASK 281322400801
TASK 291000750801
TASK 291109000801
TASK 291109400801
TASK 291140000801

DESIGNATION
Energize Battery System in the Standard
Configuration
Remove Power From the Battery System in the
Standard Configuration
Deactivation of the Smoke Detector
Activation of the Smoke Detector
Removal of the Smoke Detector
Installation of the Smoke Detector
Operational Test of the Smoke Detector
Visual Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
Container
Detailed Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
System Lines
Visual Inspection of the APU FireExtinguisher
Container and Brackets
Detailed Inspection of the APU Discharge Tube
Operational Test of the Fire Extinguishing System
Detailed Inspection of the Cargo Fire Extinguishing
System
Extension of the Flaps
Retraction of the Flaps
Fuel Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the CenterTank
GravityFuelFeed Filler Cap
Removal of the Main Tank Relief Valve
Installation of the Main Tank Relief Valve
Removal of the CenterTank Relief Valve
Installation of the CenterTank Relief Valve
Removal of the Vent Line Purge Check Valve
Installation of the Vent Line Purge Check Valve
Removal of the Flapper Valve
Installation of the Flapper Valve
Removal of the Aft Scavenger Ejector
Installation of the Aft Scavenger Ejector
Hydraulic Fluid Sample Check
Removal of the Pressure Manifold Filter Element
Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Installation of the Pressure Manifold Filter Element
Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Removal of the Case Drain Filter Element
Systems No. 1 and No. 2

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REFERENCE
TASK 291140400801
TASK 291144000801
TASK 291142000801
TASK 291142400801
TASK 291146000801
TASK 291146400801
TASK 291209000801
TASK 291209400801
TASK 291236000801
TASK 291236400801
TASK 291240000801
TASK 291240400801
TASK 301100790801
TASK 301201000801
TASK 301201400801
TASK 301207000801
TASK 301207400801
TASK 301204000801
TASK 301204400801
TASK 302101000801
TASK 302101400801
TASK 302201000801
TASK 302201400801
TASK 302204000801
TASK 302204400801
TASK 351000790801
TASK 351112000801
TASK 351112400801
TASK 351115000801
TASK 351115400801
TASK 361101000801

DESIGNATION
Installation of the Case Drain Filter Element
Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Removal of the Return Filter Assembly Systems
No. 1 and No. 2
Removal of the Hydraulic Heat Exchanger
Installation of the Hydraulic Heat Exchanger
Removal of the Return Manifold Filter Element
Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Installation of the Return Manifold Filter Element
Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Removal of the Pressure Manifold Filter Element
System No. 3
Installation of the Pressure Manifold Filter Element
System No. 3
Removal of the Case Drain Filter Element
System No. 3
Installation of the Case Drain Filter Element
System No. 3
Removal of the Return Manifold Filter Element
System No. 3
Installation of the Return Manifold Filter Element
System No. 3
Operational Test of the Wing AntiIce Ducts
Removal of the Check Valve
Installation of the Check Valve
Removal of the Isolation ShutOff Valve
Installation of the Isolation ShutOff Valve
Removal of the Modulating and ShutOff Valve
Installation of the Modulating and ShutOff Valve
Removal of the Cowl AntiIce Ducts
Installation of the Cowl AntiIce Ducts
Removal of the Cowl AntiIce Valve
Installation of the Cowl AntiIce Valve
Removal of the Pressure Relief Valve
Installation of the Pressure Relief Valve
Leak Test of the Oxygen System
Removal of the Crew Oxygen Masks
Installation of the Crew Oxygen Masks
Removal of the Crew Oxygen Mask Storage Boxes
Installation of the Crew Oxygen Mask Storage
Boxes
Removal of the Bleed Air Check Valve

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REFERENCE
TASK 361101400801
TASK 361104000801
TASK 361104400801
TASK 361107000801
TASK 361107400801
TASK 361100790801
TASK 499110210802
TASK 538101200801
TASK 561101210801
TASK 561201210801
TASK 711101010801
TASK 711101410801
TASK 711101010802
TASK 711101410802
TASK 711201010801
TASK 711201410802
TASK 711201010803
TASK 711201410802
TASK 720000280003
TASK 783000220801

DESIGNATION
Installation of the Bleed Air Check Valve
Removal of the ShutOff Valve
Installation of the ShutOff Valve
Removal of the Isolation Valve
Installation of the Isolation Valve
Leak Test of the 10th Stage Bleed Air System
Visual Inspection of the APU Oil Filter Element
Visual Inspection of the Radome
Visual Inspection of the Windshield
Visual Inspection of the Side Windows
Open the Upper TranslatingCowl Door
Close the Upper TranslatingCowl Door
Open the Lower TranslatingCowl Door
Close the Lower TranslatingCowl Door
Open the Upper CoreCowl Door
Close the Upper CoreCowl Door
Open the Lower CoreCowl Door
Close the Lower CoreCowl Door
Inspection of Engines after Ingestion of Volcanic
Ash
Detailed Inspection of the Thrust Reversers
System

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055106865001
WARNING:

WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, EYE GOGGLES AND RESPIRATOR MASKS


CAPABLE OF FILTERING VOLCANIC ASH PARTICLES WHEN YOU WORK
WITH VOLCANIC ASH. VOLCANIC ASH CAN CAUSE EYE IRRITATION AND
MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.

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WARNING:

A.
B.

PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
Put safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilot and copilot control columns.

Subtask 055106910001
C. Park the aircraft (Ref. TASK 101101587801).
WARNING: OBEY ALL THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE
ON OR NEAR ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU DO NOT
DO THIS, YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO THE EQUIPMENT.
D. Examine the following components for contamination by opening panels as necessary.
If you find ash contamination on any of the components, remove the ash using dry air or
nitrogen.
JB1
JB5
E. Obey all the electrical safety precautions (Ref. TASK 240000910801).
Subtask 055106866001
F.

Extend the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400866801).

Subtask 055106866002
G.

Make sure that the electrical circuits are deenergized (Ref. TASK 240000910801).

Subtask 055106866003
H.

Release the pressure in hydraulic systems No.1, No. 2 and No. 3 (Ref. TASK
120006863802 and TASK 120006863804).

3. Procedure
Subtask 055106210001
A.

Clean the aircraft as follows:


CAUTION:
VOLCANIC ASH IS ABRASIVE. DO NOT RUB THE AIRCRAFT WHEN
YOU REMOVE THE ASH FROM THE AIRCRAFT. IF YOU RUB THE
SURFACE YOU COULD DAMAGE THE SURFACE.

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CAUTION:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

DO NOT REMOVE VOLCANIC ASH WITH FLUIDS. FLUIDS CAN MIX


WITH THE ASH AND MAKE AN ABRASIVE PASTE. IF THERE IS A
LAYER OF ASH ON THE AIRCRAFT, REMOVE THE ASH WITH A
VACUUM CLEANER OR AN AIR BLOWER, OR A SOFT CLOTH OR
SOFT BRUSH.
If there is a layer of ash on the surface of the aircraft, remove the ash with a
vacuum cleaner, an air blower, a soft cloth or a soft brush.
Clean the aircraft exterior (Ref. TASK 122100110801).
Clean the aircraft interior (Ref. TASK 122100110802).
Clean the aircraft windows (Ref. TASK 122100110803).

Subtask 055106210024
B.

Make sure that power is removed from the aircraft (Ref. TASK 240000861802).

Subtask 055106210003
C.

Do an inspection of the fuselage as follows:


(1) Examine the radome for damage (Ref. TASK 538101200801).
(2) Examine the windshield for damage (Ref. TASK 561101210801).
(3) Examine the side windows for damage (Ref. TASK 561201210801).
(4) Examine the passenger windows, emergency exit windows and the service door
window for damage.
(5) Examine the fuselage, including the fairings, for damage.
(6) Examine the ram air inlet for damage as follows:
(a) Inspect the interior of the duct for contamination.
CAUTION:
DO NOT CLEAN THE RAM AIR INLET USING COMPRESSED AIR.
COMPRESSED AIR WILL PUSH VOLCANIC ASH INTO THE HEAT
EXCHANGERS. VOLCANIC ASH CAN SERIOUSLY
CONTAMINATE THE HEAT EXCHANGERS.
(b) If necessary, clean with a soft cloth or brush.
NOTE: Clean the ram air inlet (if necessary) after the air conditioning system
has been inspected/cleaned.

Subtask 055106210004
D.

Do an inspection of the wings as follows:


(1) Examine all static dischargers for damage.
(2) Examine the top and bottom skin of the wings for damage.
(3) Examine the flap fairings for damage.
MAKE SURE YOU REMOVE ALL OF THE VOLCANIC ASH FROM THE
CAUTION:
AREA BETWEEN THE SEALS AND SURFACE OF THE AIRCRAFT.
VOLCANIC ASH IS AN ABRASIVE SUBSTANCE. IF YOU DO NOT DO
THIS YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SEALS AND THE SURFACE
OF THE AIRCRAFT.
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(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)

(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)

(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)

(20)
(21)

(22)

contamination.
Examine the skin of all the control surfaces (flaps, spoilers, spoilerons and ailerons)
and leading and trailing edges for damage.
Examine the wing leading edge for damage.
Examine the wing trailing edge for damage.
Examine the hinge areas of the flaps, spoilers and ailerons for contamination.
If you find contamination do as follows:
(a) Clean the hinge areas of the flaps, spoilers and ailerons.
(b) Clean the aileron PCU output links connected to the surface.
(c) Open the aileron PCU access panel for inspection.
(d) If you find contamination in the PCU area, clean the contaminated PCU area
as follows:
1 Move the PCU actuators to the fully extended position.
2 Remove contamination using a vacuum cleaner and a soft cloth
3 Make sure that the joint between the actuator and PCU housing is clean.
Examine the hinge areas of the outboard flaps.
If you find contamination do as follows:
(a) Clean the hinge areas as necessary.
Make sure to examine all aileron and flap position sensors for contamination.
If you find contamination, clean as necessary.
Examine all flap screw actuators for contamination.
If you find traces of ash, do as follows:
(a) Replace the lubrication grease of the contaminated flap screw actuator (Ref.
TASK 122027640805)
(b) Remove the contaminated grease from the screw actuator with a soft cloth.
(c) Make sure that the joint between housing and actuator is free of
contamination.
Examine the flap vane actuators.
If necessary, clean the actuators (Ref. TASK 122027640801).
Examine the bentup trailing edge (BUTE) door rollers.
If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the BUTE door rollers as necessary.
(b) Lubricate the BUTE door rollers(Ref. TASK 122027640803).
Examine the BUTE door hinges for contamination.
If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the BUTE door hinges as necessary.
(b) Lubricate the BUTE door hinges.(Ref. TASK 122027640802)
Examine the spoiler and spoileron PCU areas.

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(23) If you find contamination, do as follows:


(a) Move the hydraulic actuators to the fullyextended position.
(b) Clean the spoiler and spoileron PCU areas, and the hydraulic actuators with a
soft cloth.
(c) Examine the sensors and sensor targets for contamination.
(d) Clean the sensors and targets as necessary.
Subtask 055106210005
E.

Do an inspection of the vertical stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine all of the static dischargers for damage.
(2) Examine the leading edge of the vertical stabilizer for damage.
(3) Examine the skin of the vertical stabilizer and the rudder for damage.
MAKE SURE YOU REMOVE ALL OF THE VOLCANIC ASH FROM THE
CAUTION:
AREA BETWEEN THE SEALS AND SURFACE OF THE AIRCRAFT.
VOLCANIC ASH IS AN ABRASIVE SUBSTANCE. IF YOU DO NOT DO
THIS YOU CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SEALS AND THE SURFACE
OF THE AIRCRAFT.
(4) Examine the aerodynamic seals at the rudder leading edges for contamination.
(5) Examine the rudder hinge areas for contamination.
(6) Clean the rudder hinge areas as necessary.
(7) If you find contamination in the center hinge of the rudder surface, do as follows:
(a) Open the PCU access panels.
(b) Move the PCU actuators to the fullyextended position.
(c) Clean the PCU actuators using a vacuum cleaner and a soft cloth
(d) Make sure that the joint between the actuator and the PCU housing is free of
contamination.
(8) Examine the position transmitter at the lower hinge of the rudder for contamination.
(9) If you find contamination, clean the position transmitter as necessary.

Subtask 055106210006
F.

Do an inspection of the horizontal stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine all of the static dischargers for damage.
(2) Examine the leading edge of the horizontal stabilizer for damage.
(3) Examine the skin of the horizontal stabilizer and the elevators for damage.
(4) Examine the aerodynamic seals at the elevator leading edges for contamination.
(5) If volcanic ash is trapped between the seals and the elevator leading edges, relative
movement between them could cause damage to the skin .
(6) Examine the water seals between the horizontal and vertical stabilizer for
contamination.
(7) If volcanic ash is trapped between the seals and the elevator leading edges, relative
movement between them could cause damage to the skin .

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(8) Examine the elevator hinge area for contamination.


(9) If you find contamination in the elevator hinge areas, do as follows:
(a) Clean the elevator hinge areas as necessary.
(b) Open the PCU access panels.
(c) Move the PCU actuators to the fullyextended position.
(d) Clean the PCU actuators using a vacuum cleaner and a soft cloth.
(e) Make sure that the joint between the actuator and the PCU housing is free of
contamination.
(10) Examine the position transmitters for contamination of the two elevators.
(11) If you find contamination, clean as necessary.
Subtask 055106210007
G.

Do an inspection of the tail bumper as follows:


(1) Examine the tail bumper for damage and/or contamination.
(2) If you find contamination, do the following:
(a) Lubricate the tail bumper before a maximum of 6 flight cycles (Ref. TASK
122032640805).

Subtask 055106210008
H.

Do an inspection of the external lights as follows:


(1) Examine all external lights for damage. If you find damage, replace the related
components.

Subtask 055106210009
I.

Do an inspection of the drain masts and antennas as follows:


(1) Examine all of the antennas and the drain masts for damage. If you find damage,
replace the related components.

Subtask 055106210010
J.

Do an inspection of the sensors and probes as follows:


NOTE: If the aircraft was on the ground with the applicable protective covers/devices
installed when the volcanic ash contamination occurred, this inspection is not
necessary when there is no ash behind the covers.
(1) Examine the following probes and sensors for damage and contamination:
(a) Pitot tubes
(b) Static probes
(c) TAT sensors
(d) AOA sensors
(e) Ice detector probes
NOTE: Make sure that the AOA sensors move freely and that the drain
holes of the pitot tubes are not clogged.

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Subtask 055106210011
K.

L.

Do an inspection of the landing gear wheels as follows:


(1) Do an inspection of the landing gear wheels as follows:
(a) Examine the landing gear wheels for volcanic ash contamination.
(b) If you find contamination, remove the ash from the wheel and brake
assemblies using compressed air.
(c) At the subsequent tire change, with the Main Landing Gear (MLG) wheels,
wheel keys and heat shields removed do as follows:
1 Remove any remaining ash from the brake assemblies and below the keys.
2 Once you have removed all traces of ash, wash the tires.
(2) Do an inspection of the tires as follows:
(a) Examine the tires for volcanic ash contamination.
(b) If you find contamination, use a soap solution to remove ash from the exterior
of the tires, tread and sidewall.
CAUTION:
DO NOT LET THE SOAP AND ASH MIXTURE (SLURRY) COME INTO
CONTACT WITH THE WHEEL SPEED TRANSDUCER (WST)
INTERFACE WHEN YOU WASH THE TIRES. THE SLURRY WILL
DAMAGE THE WHEEL SPEED TRANSDUCER INTERFACE.
(3) Do an inspection of the wheel speed transducer (WST) and hubcaps as follows:
(a) Examine the hubcaps for volcanic ash contamination.
(b) If you find contamination, remove the ash from the hubcaps using
compressed air.
(c) At the subsequent tire change, remove the hubcaps and use compressed air
to remove any remaining ash from the WST interface.
Do an inspection of the landing gear doors, gears and wheel wells as follows:
(1) Do an inspection of the landing gear doors as follows:
NOTE: Remove the wheel bins to get access.
(a) Examine the doors for damage and/or contamination, including the following
components:
Door skin
Door hinges
Proximity sensors
Actuator rods
(b) If you find contamination at the nose landing gear (NLG) doors, do the
following:
1 Lubricate the NLG Door Operating Mechanism before a maximum of 6
flight cycles (Ref. TASK 122032640803).
(2) Do an inspection of the landing gears as follows:
(a) Examine the landing gears for damage and/or contamination, especially the
following components:
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Proximity sensors
Electrohydraulic servo valve
Actuator rods
Shock strut pistons
Mechanical linkages and moving joints

(b)

If you find contamination on aileron cables and/or pulleys, clean components


with a vacuum cleaner as follows:
1 Clean the complete groove (360 degree circumference) of the aileron
pulleys as follows:
a Move the ailerons through a complete cycle from the cockpit while at
the same time removing the ash between pulley and aileron cable, if
necessary.
2 Use a vacuum cleaner to remove ash from the autopilot servo and all other
components in the wheel well.
(3) Do an inspection of the landing gear wheel wells as follows:
(a) Examine the landing gear wheel wells for damage and/or contamination.
(4) If you find contamination, do the following:
(a) Remove the contamination from all surfaces before the subsequent flight.
(b) Lubricate the landing gears before a maximum of 6 flight cycles (Ref. TASK
122032640801 and TASK 122032640802).
Subtask 055106210012
M.

Do an inspection of the nacelles as follows:


NOTE: If the aircraft was on the ground with the applicable protective covers/devices
installed when the volcanic ash contamination occurred, this inspection is not
necessary when there is no ash behind the covers.
(1) Examine the air intake cowl for damage and/or contamination.
(2) Open the upper translatingcowl door (Ref. TASK 711101010801)
(3) Examine the door and the area behind the door for contamination.
(4) If you find contamination, clean as necessary.
(5) Close the upper translatingcowl door (Ref. TASK 711101410801)
(6) Open the lower translatingcowl door (Ref. TASK 711101010802).
(7) Examine the door and the area behind the door for contamination.
(8) If you find contamination, clean as necessary.
(9) Close the lower translatingcowl door (Ref. TASK 711101410802).
(10) Open the upper corecowl door (Ref. TASK 711201010801).
(11) Examine the door and the area behind the door for contamination.
(12) If you find contamination, clean as necessary.
(13) Close the upper corecowl door (Ref. TASK 711201410802).
(14) Open the lower corecowl door (Ref. TASK 711201010803).

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(16)
(17)
(18)

Examine the door and the area behind the door for contamination.
If you find contamination, clean as necessary.
Close the lower corecowl door (Ref. TASK 711201410802)
Do the detailed inspection of the thrust reverser systems (Ref. TASK
783000220801).

Subtask 055106210013
N.

Do an inspection of the engines as follows:


NOTE: The inspection of the engine is not necessary If the aircraft was on the ground
with the applicable protective covers/devices installed when the volcanic ash
contamination occurred, and there is no ash behind the covers.
(1) Do the volcanic ash inspection of the engines (Ref. TASK 720000280003).
(2) Examine the engine fire extinguisher containers for damage and contamination
(Ref. TASK 262107210802).
(3) Do the detailed inspection of the fire extinguisher system lines for blockages and
contamination (Ref. TASK 262116220801).

Subtask 055106210027
O.

Do an inspection of the 10th Stage bleed air system as follows:


NOTE: This inspection is necessary if you found contamination in the engine during
the engine inspection.
(1) Remove the bleed air check valves (Ref. TASK 361101000801).
(2) Inspect the check valves for contamination.
(3) If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valves with a soft cloth.
(b) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
(4) Remove the shut off valves (Ref. TASK 361104000801).
(5) Inspect the shut off valves and the filter on the sensing line for contamination
(6) If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valves with a soft cloth or compressed air.
(b) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
(7) Remove the pressure regulating and shut off valves (PRSOV).
(8) Inspect the pressure regulating and shut off valves and the filter on the sensing line
for contamination.
(9) If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valves with a soft cloth or compressed air.
(b) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
(10) Remove the isolation valve (Ref. TASK 361107000801).
(11) Inspect the isolation valve for contamination.
(12) If you find contamination, do as follows:

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(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)

(a) Clean the valves with a soft cloth.


(b) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
Install the isolation valve (Ref. TASK 361107400801).
Install the PRSOVs .
Install the shut off check valves (Ref. TASK 361104400801).
Install the bleed air check valves (Ref. TASK 361101400801).
Do a leak test of the 10th stage bleed air system (Ref. TASK 361100790801).

Subtask 055106210014
P.

Do an inspection of the APU intake, exhaust and fire extinguisher as follows:


(1) Inspect the APU intake and exhaust for contamination and/or damage.
(2) If you find contamination and the APU was not in operation during the volcanic ash
contamination do as follows:
(a) Clean the APU air intake and exhaust.
(3) If you find contamination and the APU was in operation during the volcanic ash
contamination do as follows:
(a) Clean the APU air intake and exhaust.
(b) Do a visual inspection of the APU oil filter element (Ref. TASK
499110210802).
(4) Examine the APU fire extinguisher container for damage and contamination (Ref.
TASK 262207210802).
(5) Do the detailed inspection of the APU discharge tube for blockages and
contamination (Ref. TASK 262207210803).

Subtask 055106210015
Q.

Do an inspection of the fuel system as follows:


(1) Obey all fuel safety precautions while you examine the fuel system (Ref. TASK
280000910801).
(2) Examine the wing air scoops for contamination.
(a) If you find contamination, get a sample of fuel from the fuel tanks and the
collector tanks and do a check for particle contamination (Ref. TASK
121128750805).
(3) If the fuel is contaminated, do the following inspection:
(a) Suction defuel the aircraft (Ref. TASK 121128650804).
(b) Remove the main tank relief valve (Ref. TASK 281201000801).
(c) Examine the main tank relief valve for contamination.
(d) If you find contamination, replace the valve.
(e) Install the main tank relief valve (Ref. TASK 281201400801).
(f) Remove the centertank relief valve (Ref. TASK 281202000801).
(g) Examine the centertank relief valve for contamination.

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(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)

(h) If you find contamination, replace the valve.


(i) Install the centertank relief valve (Ref. TASK 281202400801).
(j) Remove the vent line tubes .
(k) Examine the vent line tubes for contamination.
(l) If you find contamination, replace the vent line tubes.
(m) Remove the vent line purge check valve (Ref. TASK 281204000801).
(n) Examine the vent line purge check valve for contamination.
(o) If you find contamination, replace the valve.
(p) Install the vent line purge check valve (Ref. TASK 281204400801).
(q) Remove the flapper valve (Ref. TASK 281206000801).
(r) Examine the flapper valve for contamination.
(s) If you find contamination, replace the valve.
(t) Install the flapper valve. (Ref. TASK 281206400801).
(u) Install the vent line tubes .
(v) Remove the aft scavenger ejector (Ref. TASK 281322000801).
(w) Examine the aft scavenger ejector for contamination.
(x) If you find contamination, clean the aft scavenger ejector.
(y) Install the aft scavenger ejector (Ref. TASK 281322400801).
Examine the fuel/defuel panel for contamination.
If you find contamination, clean the panel.
Examine the pressure refuel/defuel adapter and the refuel/defuel cap for
contamination.
If you find contamination, clean the coupling and the cap.
Examine the centertank gravityfuelfeed filler cap for contamination (Ref. TASK
281117210801).
If you find contamination, clean the filler cap.
Examine the overwing refuel cap for contamination.
If you find contamination, clean the cap.
Examine engine impending bypass.
If the unit has tripped, replace the filter and FCU. If the unit has not tripped, replace
the filter.

Subtask 055106210016
R.

Do an inspection of the Antiice system as follows:


NOTE: This inspection is necessary if you found contamination in the engine during
the engine inspection.
(1) Examine the leading edge antiice components as follows:
(a) Remove the pressure regulating and shut off valve (PRSOV).
(b) Examine the valve and the filter sensing line.

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(c)

If you find contamination, clean the valve and/or sensing line with a soft cloth
or compressed air, or replace if necessary.
(d) Remove the check valve (Ref. TASK 301201000801).
(e) Examine the check valve for contamination.
(f) If you find contamination, clean the valve with a soft cloth or compressed air,
or replace if necessary.
(g) Remove the modulating and shutoff valve (Ref. TASK 301204000801).
(h) Examine the modulating and shutoff valve for contamination. .
(i) If you find contamination, clean the valve with a soft cloth or compressed air,
or replace if necessary.
(j) Remove the isolation shutoff valve (Ref. TASK 301207000801).
(k) Examine the isolation shutoff valve for contamination.
(l) If you find contamination, clean the valve with a soft cloth or compressed air,
or replace if necessary.
(m) Install the isolation shutoff valve (Ref. 301207400801).
(n) Install the modulating and shutoff valve (Ref. TASK 301204400801).
(o) Install the check valve (Ref. TASK 301201400801).
(p) Install the pressure regulating and shut off valve (PRSOV).
NOTE: If there are no signs of contamination after steps (a) through (l),
proceed to step (o).
(q) Remove the leading edge antiice ducts (Ref. TASK 301141000801).
(r) Examine the leading edge antiice ducts for contamination as follows:
1 Examine piccolo holes for obstruction.
2 If contamination present, clean as follows:
Disconnect each duct
Cap one end of duct
Force compressed air through the duct to clear the piccolo holes.
(s) Do an operational test of the wing antiice ducts (Ref. TASK
301100790801).
(2) Examine the cowl antiice piccolo tube outlets for contamination.
(3) If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Remove the cowl antiice ducts (Ref. TASK 302101000801).
(b) Clean the cowl antiice ducts.
(c) Install the cowl antiice ducts (Ref. TASK 302101400801).
(d) Remove the cowl anti ice valve (Ref. TASK 302201000801).
(e) Examine the cowl antiice valve for contamination.
(f) If you find contamination, replace if necessary.
(g) Install the cowl antiice valve (Ref. TASK 302201400801).
(h) Remove pressure relief valve (Ref. TASK 302204000801).

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(i)
(j)
(k)

Examine the pressure relief valve for contamination.


If you find contamination, replace if necessary.
Install the pressure relief valve (Ref. TASK 302204400801).

Subtask 055106210017
S.

Do the full inspection of the air conditioning system as follows:


NOTE: The full inspection is necessary if you found contamination in the engine during
the engine inspection. If you did not find contamination in the engine during
the engine inspection, do the partial inspection of the air conditioning system.
NOTE: Some items may require dismantling for a proper inspection to be carried out.
NOTE: Unless specified, the following inspection is applicable to outside surfaces
only.
(1) Remove the precooler (Ref. TASK 215104000801).
(2) Examine the unit for contamination on both the engine bleed air and the ram air
sides as follows:
(a) Using an air blower, blow air through the unit (counterflow) and check if ash
comes out of the unit.
(b) If necessary, clean the unit thoroughly using compressed air (counterflow).
(c) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
(3) Remove the dual heat exchanger(Ref. TASK 215107000801).
(4) Examine the unit for contamination on both the engine bleed air and the ram air
sides as follows:
(a) Using an air blower, blow air through the unit (counterflow) and check if ash
comes out of the unit.
(b) If necessary, clean the unit thoroughly using compressed air (counterflow).
(c) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
(5) Do the check of the drain line and high pressure water separator as follows:
(a) Disconnect the drain line of the high pressure water separator.
(b) Examine the line and discharge hole for contamination.
(c) If contamination is found, clear the discharge hole and replace the entire unit
(separator and drain line).
(d) If the drain line is clear, but contamination has been found in at least one of the
upstream components, (e.g. precooler, dual heat exchanger, etc.), replace the
unit.
(e) If the drain line is clear, and no signs of contamination have been found in any
of the upstream components, the water separator can be considered clean.
(6) Remove the low pressure water separator (Ref. TASK 215113000801) and
disconnect the drain line.
(7) Examine the water separator and drain line for contamination.
(8) If you find contamination, replace the coalescer sock and drain line.
(9) Examine the hydraulic heat exchanger for contamination. Open flapper doors and
inspect fan for ash accumulation.

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(10) If you are not sure whether ash has accumulated in the unit, do the following:
(a) Disconnect the inlet ram air duct and blow air (using an air blower) in the
direction of flow.
(b) Check whether ash comes out of the exchanger ram air exhaust (located on
the underside of the tail of the aircraft).
(c) If necessary, remove the hydraulic heat exchanger (Ref. TASK
291142000801) and clean using compressed air (counterflow).
(d) If the hydraulic heat exchanger is still contaminated, replace the unit.
(11) Remove the fan inlet housing (Ref. TASK 215119000801).
(12) Examine the fan and the fan inlet duct for contamination.
(13) If you find contamination do as follows:
(a) Clean the fan and fan inlet duct with a soft cloth or brush and/or compressed
air (counterflow).
(b) If the fan and/or fan inlet duct are still contaminated after cleaning, replace the
unit(s).
(14) Remove the fan bypass check valve (Ref. TASK 215207000801).
(15) Examine the valve and the duct for contamination.
(16) If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valve with a soft cloth or brush and/or compressed air (counterflow).
(b) If the valve is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the valve.
(17) Reinspect the ram air inlet for contamination from the connection to the hydraulic
heat exchanger.
(18) If the ram air inlet is still contaminated, do as follows:
(a) Block all other open connections.
(b) Blow compressed air (counterflow) through the duct.
(c) Clean connections with a cloth.
(19) Install the precooler (Ref. TASK 215104400801).
(20) Install the dual heat exchanger (Ref. TASK 215107400801).
(21) Install the low pressure water separator (Ref. TASK 215113400801).
(22) Install the high pressure water separator.
(23) Install the hydraulic heat exchanger (Ref. TASK 291142400801).
(24) Install the fan inlet housing (Ref. TASK 215119400801).
(25) Install the fan bypass check valve (Ref. TASK 215207400801).
(26) If none of the previous components were contaminated by volcanic ash, the
inspection of the air conditioning system is complete; go to the subsequent subtask.
(27) Remove the pressure bulkhead check valve (Ref. TASK 212104000801).
(28) Examine the valve for contamination.
(29) If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valve with a soft cloth and/or compressed air.

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(31)
(32)
(33)
(34)
(35)
(36)
(37)

(38)
(39)
(40)
(41)

(42)
(43)
(44)
(45)

(46)
(47)
(48)
(49)

(50)
(51)
(52)
(53)

(54)
(55)

(b) If the valve is still contaminated, replace the valve.


Install the pressure bulkhead check valve (Ref. TASK 212104400801).
Remove the water collector ring.
Examine the unit for contamination.
If you find contamination, replace the water collector ring.
Install the water collector ring.
Remove the dual position valve (Ref. TASK 212110000801).
Examine the valve for contamination.
If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valve with a soft cloth and/or compressed air.
(b) If the valve is still contaminated, replace the valve.
Install the dual position valve (Ref. TASK 212110400801).
Remove the pressurization check valves (Ref. TASK 213101000801).
Examine the valves for contamination.
If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valves with compressed air.
(b) If a valve is still contaminated, replace the valve.
Install the pressurization check valves (Ref. TASK 213101400801).
Remove the jet pump ejector (Ref. TASK 213104000801).
Examine the valve for contamination.
If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valve with compressed air.
(b) If the valve is still contaminated, replace the valve.
Install the jet pump ejector (Ref. TASK 213104400801).
Remove the mushroom check valve (Ref. TASK 213127000801).
Examine the valve for contamination.
If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valve with a soft cloth.
(b) If the valve is still contaminated, replace the valve.
Install the mushroom check valve (Ref. TASK 213127400801).
Remove the vacuum regulator (Ref. TASK 213107000801).
Examine the unit for contamination.
If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Dismantle the valve and clean with compressed air.
(b) If the valve is still contaminated, replace the valve.
Install the vacuum regulator (Ref. TASK 213107400801).
Perform an operational test of the air conditioning system (Ref. TASK
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(56) Perform a leak test of the air conditioning system (Ref. TASK 215100790801).
(57) Perform an operational test of the pressurization controls (Ref. TASK
213100710801).
Subtask 055106200001
T.

Do the partial inspection of the air conditioning system as follows:


NOTE: The full inspection of the air conditioning system is necessary if you found
contamination in the engine during the engine inspection.
NOTE: Some items may require dismantling for a proper inspection to be carried out.
NOTE: Unless specified, the following inspection is applicable to outside surfaces
only.
(1) Remove the precooler (Ref. TASK 215104000801).
(2) Examine the unit for contamination on the ram air side as follows:
(a) Using an air blower, blow air through the unit (counterflow) and check if ash
comes out of the unit.
(b) If necessary, clean the unit thoroughly using compressed air (counterflow).
(c) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
(3) Remove the dual heat exchanger(Ref. TASK 215107000801).
(4) Examine the unit for contamination on the ram air side as follows:
(a) Using an air blower, blow air through the unit (counterflow) and check if ash
comes out of the unit.
(b) If necessary, clean the unit thoroughly using compressed air (counterflow).
(c) If the unit is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the unit.
(5) Examine the hydraulic heat exchanger for contamination. Open flapper doors and
inspect fan for ash accumulation.
(6) If you are not sure whether ash has accumulated in the unit, do the following:
(a) Disconnect the inlet ram air duct and blow air (using an air blower) in the
direction of flow.
(b) Check whether ash comes out of the exchanger ram air exhaust (located on
the underside of the tail of the aircraft).
(c) If necessary, remove the hydraulic heat exchanger (Ref. TASK
291142000801) and clean using compressed air (counterflow).
(d) If the hydraulic heat exchanger is still contaminated, replace the unit.
(7) Remove the fan inlet housing (Ref. TASK 215119000801).
(8) Examine the fan and the fan inlet duct for contamination.
(9) If you find contamination do as follows:
(a) Clean the fan and fan inlet duct with a soft cloth or brush and/or compressed
air (counterflow).
(b) If the fan and/or fan inlet duct are still contaminated after cleaning, replace the
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(10) Remove the fan bypass check valve (Ref. TASK 215207000801).
(11) Examine the valve and the duct for contamination.
(12) If you find contamination, do as follows:
(a) Clean the valve with a soft cloth or brush and/or compressed air (counterflow).
(b) If the valve is still contaminated after cleaning, replace the valve.
(13) Reinspect the ram air inlet for contamination from the connection to the hydraulic
heat exchanger.
(14) If the ram air inlet is still contaminated, do as follows:
(a) Block all other open connections.
(b) Blow compressed air (counterflow) through the duct.
(c) Clean connections with a cloth.
(15) Install the precooler (Ref. TASK 215104400801).
(16) Install the dual heat exchanger (Ref. TASK 215107400801).
(17) Install the low pressure water separator (Ref. TASK 215113400801).
(18) Install the high pressure water separator.
(19) Install the hydraulic heat exchanger (Ref. TASK 291142400801).
(20) Install the fan inlet housing (Ref. TASK 215119400801).
(21) Install the fan bypass check valve (Ref. TASK 215207400801).
Subtask 055106210026
U.

Do an internal inspection as follows:


NOTE: This inspection is necessary if you found contamination in the engine during
the engine inspection, or if you found contamination in the air conditioning
during the air conditioning inspection.
(1) Examine the cabin area for ash contamination.
(2) If you find contamination, clean all of the contaminated surfaces.
(3) Examine the flight compartment for ash contamination.
(4) If you find contamination, clean all of he contaminated surfaces.
(5) Remove the crew oxygen masks (Ref. TASK 351112000801).
(6) Examine the crew oxygen masks for contamination.
(7) If you find contamination, clean all of the contaminated surfaces with a soft cloth.
(8) Remove the crew oxygen mask storage boxes (Ref. TASK 351115000801).
(9) Examine the storage boxes for contamination.
(10) If you find contamination, clean all of the contaminated surfaces with a soft cloth.
(11) Install the crew oxygen mask storage boxes (Ref. TASK 351115400801).
(12) Install the crew oxygen masks (Ref. TASK 351112400801).
(13) Examine the oxygen bottles, regulator and fittings (from the outside).
(14) If you find contamination, clean the contaminated surfaces using a soft brush, soft
cloth or a cotton swab.

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(15) Perform a leak test of the oxygen system (Ref. TASK 351000790801).
(16) Examine the avionics compartment including all visible items (especially around the
ventilated compartments) for ash contamination. If contamination is present, clean
all contaminated surfaces.
(17) Examine the cargo compartment for ash contamination.
(18) If you find contamination, clean all of the contaminated surfaces.
(19) Examine the cargo compartment fire extinguisher system lines for contamination
(Ref. TASK 262507220802).
(20) If you find contamination, clean the system lines as follows:
(a) Disconnect the ducts.
(b) Cap one end of the duct.
(c) Force compressed air through the duct to clear the piccolo tubes.
(21) Examine bottles and fittings (from the outside) and clean as necessary using a soft
cloth.
(22) Deactivate smoke detector (Ref. TASK 261500040801).
(23) Remove the smoke detector (Ref. TASK 261501000801).
(24) Examine the smoke detector for contamination as follows:
(a) Obey all electrostatic discharge precautions(Ref: TASK 240000910802).
(b) Determine if the unit can be cleaned and Installed.
(c) If the smoke detector is severely contaminated and can not be cleaned,
replace the unit.
(25) Clean the internal components using a soft brush, soft cloth or cotton swab.
NOTE: Make sure that the inner area of the opening to the photodiode is clean. If
the photodiode is dirty, the smoke detector will not operate correctly.
(26) Install the smoke detector (Ref. TASK 261501400801).
(27) Reactivate the smoke detector (Ref. TASK 261500440801).
(28) Do an operational test of the smoke detection system (Ref. TASK
261500710801).
(29) Do an operational test of the fire extinguishing system (Ref. TASK
262500710801).
Subtask 055106210018
V.

Do an inspection of Hydraulic System No. 1 and No. 2 as follows:


(1) Examine the hydraulic racks of systems No. 1 and No. 2, located in the aft
equipment bay for contamination.
(2) If you find contamination, clean the bay to prevent ash from getting inside the filter
elements when checking the hydraulic systems.
(3) Remove the pressure manifold filter element (Ref. TASK 291109000801).
(4) Examine the filter for contamination.
(5) If you find contamination, replace the filter.

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(6) Install the pressure manifold filter element (Ref. TASK 291109400801).
(7) Remove the case drain filter element (Ref. TASK 291140000801).
(8) Examine the filter for contamination.
(9) If you find contamination, replace the filter.
(10) Install the case drain filter element (Ref. TASK 291140400801).
(11) Remove the return manifold filter element (Ref. TASK 291146000801).
(12) Examine the filter for contamination.
(13) If you find contamination, replace the filter.
(14) Install the return manifold filter element. (Ref. TASK 291146400801).
W. Do an inspection of Hydraulic System No. 3 as follows:
(1) Remove the pressure manifold filter element. (Ref. TASK 291209000801).
(2) Examine the filter for contamination.
(3) If you find contamination, replace the filter.
(4) Install the pressure manifold filter element. (Ref. TASK 291209400801).
(5) Remove the case drain filter element. (Ref. TASK 291236000801).
(6) Examine the filter for contamination.
(7) If you find contamination, replace the filter.
(8) Install the case drain filter element (Ref. TASK 291236400801).
(9) Remove the return manifold filter element. (Ref. TASK 291240000801).
(10) Examine the filter for contamination.
(11) If you find contamination, replace the filter.
(12) Install the return manifold filter element (Ref. TASK 291240400801).
Subtask 055106210019
X.

Take a sample of the fluid from Hydraulic System No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3. (Ref. TASK
291000750801).
NOTE: During the sampling procedure, make sure to cycle the flight controls 10 times
instead of 5 times.
NOTE: Do the sampling procedure after all PCU actuators are cleaned.

**ON A/C 70037067, 70697304


Subtask 055106210020
Y.

Do an inspection of the AirDriven Generator (ADG) as follows:


(1) If the aircraft flight path passed through a cloud of volcanic ash, and the ADG
deployed, or if the aircraft encountered a volcanic ash cloud while parked, taxiing or
landing with the ADG deployed:
(a) Remove the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301000801) and return the unit to the
vendor for inspection and decontamination, and repair if necessary.
(b) Clean the ADG bay and make sure that it is free of volcanic ash.

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(c)

Clean all contaminated components in the ADG bay and make sure that they
are free of volcanic ash.
(d) Install the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301420801).
(e) Retract the ADG.
1 Manually deployed (Ref. TASK 242301840802).
2 Automatically deployed (Ref. TASK 242301840803).
(2) If the aircraft flight path passed through a cloud of volcanic ash with the ADG
stowed and the NLG retracted, or if the aircraft encountered volcanic ash while
parked with the ADG stowed and radome closed and the Nose Compartment
Avionic Bay closed, and the ADG Ground Lock Pin installed or the two main NLG
doors closed:
(a) Manually deploy the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840801).
(b) Check if there is a trace of ash behind the ADG door. If there is no trace of ash
behind the ADG door there is no need to perform inspection of the ADG; go to
the subsequent subtask. If there is ash behind the ADG door, do the procedure
described in step 3 (c).
(c) Retract the ADG (Manually deployed: Ref. TASK 242301840802).
(3) If the aircraft flight path passed through a cloud of volcanic ash with the ADG
stowed and the nose landing gear deployed, or if the aircraft encountered volcanic
ash while parked with the ADG stowed and either the radome or the Nose
Compartment Avionics Bay open, and the ADG Ground Lock Pin not installed or the
two main NLG doors open:
(a) Manually deploy the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840801).
(b) Do a visual inspection of the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301210802).
(c) Clean the ADG bay and make sure that it is free of any volcanic ash.
(d) Clean all contaminated components in the ADG bay and make sure that they
are free of any volcanic ash.
(e) Remove the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301000801) .
(f) Return the unit to the vendor for inspection and decontamination, and repair if
necessary
(g) Install the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301400801).
(h) Retract the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840802).
**ON A/C 73057990, 80008064, 80668068
Subtask 055106210021
Z.

Do an inspection of the Dry AirDriven Generation (ADG) as follows:


(1) If the aircraft flight path passed through a cloud of volcanic ash, and the ADG
deployed, or if the aircraft encountered a volcanic ash cloud while parked, taxiing or
landing with the ADG deployed:
(a) Remove the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301020801) and return the unit to the
vendor for inspection and decontamination, and repair if necessary.
(b) Clean the ADG bay and make sure that it is free of volcanic ash.

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(c)

Clean all contaminated components in the ADG bay and make sure that they
are free of volcanic ash.
(d) Install the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301420801).
(e) Retract the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840803).
(2) If the aircraft flight path passed through a cloud of volcanic ash with the ADG
stowed and the NLG retracted, or if the aircraft encountered volcanic ash while
parked with the ADG stowed and radome closed and the Nose Compartment
Avionics Bay closed, and the ADG Ground Lock Pin installed or the two main NLG
doors closed:
(a) Manually deploy the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840804).
(b) Check if there is a trace of ash behind the ADG door.
(c) If there is no trace of ash behind the ADG door there is no need to perform
inspection of the ADG; go to the subsequent subtask. If there is ash behind the
ADG door, go to step 3 (c).
(d) Retract the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840803).
(3) If the aircraft flight path passed through a cloud of volcanic ash with the ADG
stowed and the nose landing gear deployed, or if the aircraft encountered volcanic
ash while parked with the ADG stowed and either the radome or the Nose
Compartment Avionics Bay open, and the ADG Ground Lock Pin not installed or the
two main NLG doors open:
(a) Manually deploy the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840804).
(b) Do a visual inspection of the ADG. (Ref. TASK 242301210803).
(c) Clean the ADG bay and make sure that it is free of any volcanic ash.
(d) Clean all contaminated components in the ADG bay and make sure that they
are free of any volcanic ash.
(e) Remove the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301020801)
(f) Return the unit to the vendor for inspection and decontamination, and repair if
necessary.
(g) Install the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301420801).
(h) Retract the ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840803).
**ON A/C ALL
Subtask 055106210022
AA. Do an inspection of the potable water system as follows:
(1) Drain the galley potable water system, flush and refill with water (Ref. TASK
121838600803).
(2) Drain the lavatory potable water system, flush and refill with water (Ref. TASK
121838600804).

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Subtask 055106210025
AB. Examine the following components for contamination:
IDG #1 and #2
APU Generator
TRUs
Main battery and main battery charger
APU battery and APU battery charger
GCUs
(1) If you find contamination on any of the components, remove the ash using dry air or
nitrogen.
AC. Do a check of the Electrical System after the contamination inspection as follows:
(1) If you found contamination on IDG #1, IDG #2, or GCU #1 or GCU #2, do a check
of the electrical system (Ref. TASK 241100861801, followed by TASK
241100861804).
(2) If you found contamination on the APU generator or the APU GCU, do a check of
the electrical system (Ref. TASK 242200861801, followed by TASK
242200861803).
(3) If you found contamination on the Main battery, APU battery or the Main battery
charger or the APU battery charger, do a check of the electrical system (Ref. TASK
243200861801, followed by TASK 243200861801).
4. Close Out
Subtask 055106866004
A.

Retract the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400866802).

Subtask 055106840001
B.

Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863801
and TASK 120006863803).

Subtask 055106941001
C.

Remove all tools, equipment, warning placards, and unwanted materials from the work
area.

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Do Volcanic Ash
Inspection Procedures
A M
N. Do Engine Inspection

YES

IS THE ENGINE
CONTAMINATED?

NO

O. Do 10th Stage Bleed


Air Inspection
P. Do APU Intake
Inspection

P. Do APU Intake
Inspection

Q. Do Fuel System
Inspection

Q. Do Fuel System
Inspection

T. Do partial Air
Conditioning Inspection

R. Do AntiIce
Inspection

S. Do full Air Conditioning


Inspection

YES

IS THE AIR
CONDITIONING
SYSTEM
COMTAMINATED?

U. Do Internal Cabin
Inspection

ram0551060_001.dg, rm, 09/11/00

NO

V. Do Hydraulic System
Inspection

Do remainder of
Volcanic Ash Inspection

Volcanic Ash Inspection Task Flow Diagram


Figure 601
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**ON A/C ALL


ENGINE INSPECTION/CHECK
1. General
Refer to Chapter 72 of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual for the engine inspection checks that
follow (Ref. TASK 720000200801):
Overtemperature check (Ref. 720000210002)
Overspeed check (Ref. 720000210004)
Lightning strike check (Ref. 720000210006)
Hot streaking (burnouts) (Ref. 720000210003)
VG system malfunction or compressor stalls check (Ref. 720000210005)
Oilsystem metalcontamination check (Ref. 720000210008)
"G" check for engine operation above limits (Ref. 720000210001)
Bird strike check (Ref. 720000210012)
Saltwater immersion or exposure to fire extinguishing material check (Ref.
720000210007)
Low or no oil pressure check (Ref. 720000280001)
Ingestion of volcanic ash check (Ref. 720000280003)
Incorrect assembly condition check (Ref. 720000280004)
Flames observed at exhaust nozzle check (Ref. 720000280002, or
720000280002A00).

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**ON A/C ALL


AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) SURGES INSPECTION/CHECK
1. General
It is possible for the APU to surge after a main engine start during very cold ambient conditions. If
this occurs, an entry must be made in the APU Log Book to record the surge. After the third surge
is recorded in the APU Log Book, you must do an inspection of the APU air inlet and compressor.
Refer to Chapter 49 of the Aircraft Maintenence Manual for the APU inspection that follows:
Borescope Inspection of the APU Compressor After three APU Surge Incidents (Ref. TASK
492000290801).

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**ON A/C ALL


AIR DRIVEN GENERATOR (ADG) DEPLOYMENT INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. This maintenance procedure is for the inspection of the air driven generator (ADG) after
deployment.

TASK 055119210801
Inspection Check After ADG Deployment
1. Job SetUp Information
**ON A/C 70037067, 70697304
Subtask 055119946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 242301000801
TASK 242301210802
TASK 242301400801
TASK 242301840802
TASK 242301840803

DESIGNATION
Removal of the ADG
Visual Inspection of the ADG
Installation of the ADG
Retraction of the ADG After Manual Deployment
Retraction of the ADG After Automatic
Deployment

**ON A/C 73057990, 80008064, 80668068


Subtask 055119941001
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 242301020803
TASK 242301210803
TASK 242301420801
TASK 242301840805
ERPS10AG243

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Dry ADG
Visual Inspection of the Dry ADG
Installation of the Dry ADG
Retraction of the Dry ADG After Deployment
Hamilton Sundstrand Service Bulletin

**ON A/C ALL

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2. Procedure
**ON A/C 70037067, 70697304
Subtask 055119210001
A.

B.
C.

D.
E.

Record the data that follows in the aircraft log book:


(1) The airspeed at which the ADG deployment occurred.
(2) The collected time intervals that the ADG was in the deployed (operational)
condition.
(3) The total number of aircraft flight hours since the last ADG deployment.
(4) The date of each ADG deployment.
Do the visual inspection of the wet ADG (Ref. TASK 242301210802).
Remove the wet ADG (Ref. TASK 242301000801) if one of the conditions that
follow occurs:
(1) The ADG has operated for 10 hours at 250 KIAS, after an initial ADG deployment at
or above 250 KIAS.
(2) The aircraft has operated for 600 flight hours since an initial ADG deployment at or
above 250 KIAS.
(3) Two ADG deployments above 250 KIAS have occured.
If it is necessary to remove the wet ADG, install a serviceable wet ADG (Ref. TASK
242301400801).
If no damage occurred because of the ADG deployment, do the steps that follow:
(1) Retract the wet ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840802, or TASK
242301840803).

**ON A/C 73057990, 80008064, 80668068


Subtask 055119210002
F.
G.
H.

I.
J.

Do the visual inspection of the dry ADG (Ref. TASK 242301210803).


Do a fluorescent penetrant inspection of the dry ADG (Refer to Hamilton Sundstrand
Service Bulletin ERPS10AG243).
If found defective, remove the dry ADG (Ref. TASK 242301020803).
NOTE: There is no limit to the life of the dry ADG when it is operated in the usual
parameters.
If it is necessary to remove the dry ADG, install a serviceable dry ADG (Ref. TASK
242301420801).
If no damage occurred because of the dry ADG deployment, do the steps that follow:
(1) Retract the dry ADG (Ref. TASK 242301840805).

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**ON A/C ALL


BIRD STRIKE CONDITION INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The maintenance procedure that follows is for the inspection of the aircraft after a bird
strike. This procedure gives the inspection/check for the external surfaces of the aircraft
structure near a bird strike. This procedure is for the aircraft structure in general. The
inspection/check is for the general area of the strike. Damage to the aircraft from a bird
strike usually occurs in the areas that follow:
Antennas
Engine
Fuselage
Horizontal stabilizer
Landing gear
Lights
Nacelle
Nose radome
Pylon
Ram air intake and dorsal fairing
Vertical stabilizer
Windshields and side windows
Wings.
B. It is possible for the aircraft to fly into a large flock of birds and have many bird strikes at
the same time. Examine each bird strike for damage.
C. After the flight crew gives a report of a bird strike, complete the inspection of the aircraft
before the subsequent flight.

TASK 055125210801
Visual Inspection After a Bird Strike
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055125946001
A.

Reference Information

TASK 101101587801
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801

Parking
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors

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TASK 334100710801
TASK 334200710801
TASK 334300710801
TASK 334400710801
TASK 334400710802
TASK 334401710801
TASK 334600710801
TASK 335100710801
TASK 340000200801
TASK 538101200801
TASK 561101210801
TASK 561201210801
TASK 720000200801

Operational Test of the Landing and Taxi Lights


Operational Test of the Navigation Lights
Operational Test of the Wing Inspection Lights
Operational Test of the Anticollision Lights
Operational Test of the Beacon Lights
Operational Test of the External Lights Panel
Operational Test of the Logo Lights
Operational Test of the Emergency Lights
Inspection of Antennas
Inspection/Check of the Nose Radome
Damage Check of the Windshields
Damage Check of the Side Windows
Special Inspections of the Engine

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055125941001
WARNING:

PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR NEAR
THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO EQUIPMENT.
A. Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
B. Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED ON THE NOSE AND
MAIN LANDING GEARS. THE NOSE AND MAIN LANDING GEARS CAN
ACCIDENTALLY RETRACT. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE WHEEL CHOCKS ARE PUT AT THE MAIN
WHEELS. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS, THE AIRCRAFT CAN MOVE. THIS
CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
C. Park the aircraft (Ref. TASK 101101587801).

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Subtask 055125910001
OBEY ALL THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE ON
OR NEAR ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS,
YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE
EQUIPMENT.
Obey all of the electrical/electronic safety precautions (Ref. TASK 240000910801).

WARNING:

D.

Subtask 055125010001
E.

Open the access panels during the inspection/check as necessary.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055125210001
A.

Do the inspection of the antennas (Ref. TASK 340000200801).

Subtask 055125210002
B.

Do the inspection of engines that were hit by birds (Ref. TASK 720000200801).

Subtask 055125210003
C.

Do a detailed check of the fuselage as follows:


(1) Examine all of the fuselage external skin for damage.
(2) Examine the external skin of the fairings for damage in the composite panels.
(3) If damage is found, remove the damaged composite panels and examine the
internal electrical and mechanical parts for damage.
(4) Examine the external lights and their adjacent structure for damage. If damage is
found, examine the light units internally.
(5) Examine the doors and their adjacent structure for damage. If damage is found,
examine the doors internally.
(6) Do a damage check of the passenger compartment window.
(7) Examine the pitot static probes for damage.
(8) Examine the total temperature sensor for damage.

Subtask 055125210004
D.

Do a visual inspection of the horizontal stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine the leading edge for damage to the skin.
(2) Examine the upper and lower horizontal stabilizer skinpanels for damage or
distortion.
(3) If damage is found, remove the access panels and examine the internal electrical
and mechanical parts for damage.

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Subtask 055125210005
E.

F.

If the landing gear was extended during the bird strike, do the inspections that follow:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the nose landing gear (NLG) and doors (Ref.
TASK 322000210801).
(2) Do a visual inspection of the main landing gear (MLG) and doors (Ref.
TASH 321000210801).
If the landing gear was retracted during the bird strike, do the inspections that follow:
(1) Examine the NLG doors and the adjacent structure for damage or distortions.
(2) Examine the MLG doors and the adjacent structure for damage or distortions.
(3) If damage is found, examine the doors internally.

Subtask 055125710001
G.

Do an operational test of the aircraft lights as follow:


(1) Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861801).
(2) Do an operational test of the landing and taxi lights (Ref.
TASK 334100710801).
(3) Do an operational test of the navigation lights (Ref. TASK 334200710801).
(4) Do an operational test of the wing inspection lights (Ref.
TASK 334300710801).
(5) Do an operational test of the anticollision lights (Ref. TASK 334400710801).
(6) Do an operational test of the beacon lights (Ref. TASK 334400710802).
(7) Do an operational test of the external lights panel (Ref. TASK 334401710801).
(8) Do an operational test of the logo lights (Ref. TASK 334600710801).
(9) Do an operational test of the emergency lights (Ref. TASK 335100710801).
(10) Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055125210006
H.

Do a visual inspection of the nacelle as follows:


(1) Examine the leading edge of the nose cowl for damage or distortions.
(2) Examine the fan blades for damage. If damage is found, examine the engines for
FOD.
(3) Examine the upper and the lower access cowls for damage or distortions.
(4) Examine the upper and the lower translating cowl doors for damage or distortions.
(5) Examine the upper and the lower core cowl doors for damage or distortions.

Subtask 055125210007
I.
J.

Do an inspection/check of the radome (Ref. TASK 538101200801).


If damage is found, open the nose radome and examine the internal electrical and
mechanical parts for damage.

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Subtask 055125210008
K.

Do a visual inspection of the pylon as follows:


(1) Examine the leading edge for damage to the skin.
(2) Examine the upper and the lower skin panels for damage or distortion.
(3) If damage is found, remove the access panels and examine the internal electrical
and mechanical parts for damage.

Subtask 055125210009
L.

Do a visual inspection of the ram air intake and dorsal faring as follows:
(1) Examine the leading edge of the ram air intake for damage.
(2) Examine the ram air intake for FOD.

Subtask 055125210010
M.

Do a visual inspection of the vertical stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine the leading edge for damage to the skin.
(2) Examine the skin panels for damage or distortion.
(3) If damage is found, remove the access panels and examine the internal electrical
and mechanical parts for damage.

Subtask 055125210011
N.
O.

Do the damage check of the windshield (Ref. TASK 561101210801).


Do the damage check of the side window (Ref. TASK 561201210801).

Subtask 055125210012
P.

Do a visual inspection of the wings as follows:


(1) Examine the winglets for damage.
(2) Examine the leading edge of the wing for damage or distortions.
(3) Examine the wingtofuselage fairings for displacement, access door distortion,
damaged fastener holes, and skin cracks.
(4) If damage is found, remove the access panels and examine the internal electrical
and mechanical parts for damage.

4. Close Out
Subtask 055125941002
A.
B.
C.

Remove the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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**ON A/C ALL


HIGH ENERGY STOP (HES)/REJECTED TAKEOFF (RTO) INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. Do the procedures that follow, after one of the conditions that follow:
If a BRAKE OVHT warning message is shown on the engine indication and crew
alerting system (EICAS) within 15 minutes of landing
If a rejected takeoff (RTO) occurs with the brake temperature monitoring system
(BTMS) inoperative and the brake application speed is more than 80 knots
If a high energy stop (HES) occurs with BTMS inoperative.
NOTE: A HES occurs when the aircraft brakes are used during landing with an aircraft
weight heavier than the maximum permissible quick turnaround landing
weight. Refer to Chapter 06 PERFORMANCE, Section 07 of the Aircraft Flight
Manual (AFM) CSP A012.
B. The inspection for a HES/RTO is in two parts as follows:
Part 1 of the procedure is applicable with no melted fuse plugs in one or more of the
wheels after a HES/RTO.
Part 2 of the procedure is applicable if one or more of the fuse plugs in the wheels
are melted after a HES/RTO.
C. When one or more wheel halves are damaged from contact with the ground after tire
deflation(s), tell the Bombardier Technical Help Desk. The Technical Help Desk will
supply specified instructions to return the aircraft to service.

TASK 055127210801
Visual Inspection for High Energy Stop (HES) or Rejected TakeOff (RTO) Damage
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055127946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101100000801
TASK 101100000802
TASK 101100400801
TASK 101100400802
TASK 321000210801
TASK 321115220801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101000801
TASK 324101210801

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Nose Landing Gear Lockpin
Removal of the Main Landing Gear Lockpins
Installation of the Nose Landing Gear Lockpin
Installation of the Main Landing Gear Lockpins
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Detailed Inspection of the Main Landing Gear Axle
Assembly
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Removal of the Main Wheel/Tire Assembly
Visual Inspection of the Main Tire Retreadable
Good Year Tires

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REFERENCE
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324101210803
TASK 324101400801
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 324326210801
TASK 324326790801
TASK 324401000801
TASK 324401400801
TASK 326120000801
TASK 326120000802
TASK 326120400801
TASK 326120400802

DESIGNATION
Visual Inspection of the Main Tire
NonRetreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Tire Retreadable
Michelin Tires
Installation of the Main Wheel/Tire Assembly
Visual Inspection of the Nose Tire Retreadable
Good Year Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nose Tire Retreadable
Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Brake Unit WearIndicator
Leakage Check of the Brake Unit
Removal of the Wheel Speed Transducer
Installation of the Wheel Speed Transducer
Removal of the MLG Electrical Harness
Outboard
Removal of the MLG Electrical Harness Inboard
Installation of the MLG Electrical Harness
Outboard
Installation of the MLG Electrical Harness
Inboard

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055127910002
WARNING:

A.

MAKE SURE THAT THE SAFETY LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED ON THE NOSE
AND MAIN LANDING GEAR. THE NOSE AND MAIN LANDING GEAR CAN
ACCIDENTALLY RETRACT. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
Install the safety lockpins at the nose landing gear (NLG) and at the main landing gear
(MLG) (Ref. TASK 101100400801 and TASK 101100400802).

Subtask 055127210005
B.

Examine each main wheel assembly for a melted fuse plug. If there are no fuse plugs
melted in one of the main wheels, do Part 1 of this procedure. If one or more fuse plugs
are melted, do Part 2 of this procedure.

3. Procedure Part 1
Subtask 055127210002
A.

If there were no fuse plugs found to be melted in the main wheels, do the inspection as
follows:

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B.

(1) Examine all of the MLG tires for the items that follow:
wear or uneven wear
cuts
bulges or
flat areas.
Examine all of the wheel halves for the items that follow:
cracks or
damage.
Replace the main wheels when these conditions are found (Ref. TASK
324101210801 or TASK 324101210802 or TASK 324101210803).
NOTE: Use the applicable manufacturer HES/RTO inspection procedures for the
tire(s) installed on the aircraft to find if the tire(s) must be removed.
(2) Examine the components that are attached to the MLG for damage and safety of
installation (Ref. TASK 321000210801).
(3) Examine the hydraulic lines that are on the MLG for damage and fluid leakage (Ref.
TASK 321000210801).
(4) Examine the structure around the MLG for distortion and other damage.
(5) Examine all of the NLG tires for the items that follow:
wear or uneven wear
cuts
bulges or
flat areas.
Examine all of the wheel halves for the items that follow:
cracks or
damage.
Replace the nose wheels when these conditions are found (Ref. TASK
324201210801 or TASK 324201210802).)
NOTE: Use the applicable manufacturer HES/RTO inspection procdures for the
tire(s) installed on the aircraft to find if the tire(s) must be removed.
(6) Examine the components attached to the NLG for damage and safety of installation
(Ref. TASK 322000210801).
(7) Examine the hydraulic lines that are attached to the NLG for damage and fluid
leakage (Ref. TASK 322000210801).
(8) Examine the structure around the NLG for distortion and other damage.
(9) Examine the brakes, for damage and safety of installation because of a overheat
condition, as follows:
(a) Check the brakes for the wear pin (Ref. TASK 324326210801).
(b) Check the brakes for leakage (Ref. TASK 324326790801).
If there are no signs of damage to the landing gear, the wheel/tire assemblies, or to the
related aircraft structure, do the Close Out section of this TASK.

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4. Procedure Part 2
Subtask 055127210003
A.

B.

C.

When one or more fuse plugs in the main wheels are melted, do a visual inspection of
the fuselage as follows:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the left and right midforward fuselage skin for distortion
and damage.
(2) Do a visual inspection of the left and right upperwing skin panel adjacent to the
wingfuselage attachment fittings for distortion and pulled fasteners.
(3) Do a visual inspection of the left and right midaft fuselage skin for distortion and
damage.
When one or more fuse plugs in the main wheels are melted do a visual inspection of the
NLG as follows:
(1) Examine all of the NLG tires for the items that follow:
wear or uneven wear
cuts
bulges or
flat areas.
Examine all of the wheel rims for the items that follow:
cracks or
damage.
Replace the nose wheels when these conditions are found (Ref. TASK
324201210801 or TASK 324201210802).)
NOTE: Use the applicable manufacturer HES/RTO inspection procedures for the
tire(s) installed on the aircraft to find if the tire(s) must be removed.
(2) Examine the components attached to the NLG for damage and safety of installation
(Ref. TASK 322000210801).
(3) Examine the hydraulic lines that are attached to the NLG for damage and fluid
leakage (Ref. TASK 322000210801).
(4) Examine the structure around the NLG for distortion and other damage.
If one or more fuse plugs on the main wheels (of one or the two MLG) are melted, do a
visual inspection of the related MLG as follows:
(1) Examine the components that are attached to the applicable MLG for damage and
safety of installation (Ref. TASK 321000210801).
(2) Examine the hydraulic lines that are attached to the applicable MLG for damage
and fluid leakage (Ref. TASK 321000210801).
(3) Examine the structure around the applicable MLG for distortion and other damage.
(4) Do a detailed inspection of the main landing gear axle assembly and inspect the
brakeunit mounting flange of the MLG trailing arm for a melted eutectic (overheat)
plug (Ref. TASK 321115220801).
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install serviceable main wheel/tire assemblies (Ref. TASK 324101000801 and


TASK 324101400801).
NOTE: If there was only one main wheel on an axle with a melted fuse plug, you
must also remove and replace the other tire on the same axle.
(6) On a MLG where both of the main wheels had melted fuse plugs, do the steps that
follow:
(a) Remove the wheel speed transducers from both ends of the axle (Ref. TASK
324401000801).
(b) Examine the related inboard and outboard electrical harnesses for signs of
heat damage.
(c) If heat damage to the inboard and/or the outboard electrical harness is found,
do the steps that follow:
1 Remove and replace (or repair) the applicable outboard electrical harness
(Ref. TASK 326120000801 and TASK 326120400801), or
remove and replace (or repair) the applicable inboard electrical harness
(Ref. TASK 326120000802 and TASK 326120400802).
2 Discard (or send to the vendor for inspection) each related wheel speed
transducer that was connected to an electrical harness that required repair
or replacement.
(d) Install serviceable wheel speed transducers (Ref. TASK 324401400801).
(7) Examine the brakes for condition, for damage because of overheat, and safety of
installation as follows:
(a) Check brakes wear pin (Ref. TASK 324326210801).
(b) Check brakes leakage (Ref. TASK 324326790801).
5. Close Out
Subtask 055127941001
A.
B.

Remove the safety lockpins from the NLG and from the MLG (Ref. TASK
101100000801 and TASK 101100000802).
Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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TIRE BURST INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The procedure that follows is for the visual inspection of the aircraft after a tire burst.
B. If a tire burst occurs with the landing gear fully retracted, the areas of inspection are as
follows:
Landing gear wheelwell
Landing gear doors
Landing gear assembly.
C. If an emergency operation of the brakes or the locking of the brakes occurred, the
inspection checks given in this section are necessary.

TASK 055129210801
Inspection Check of Aircraft for Tire Burst Damage
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055129943001
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
G601R1011031
G601R1011041
None specified

DESIGNATION
Pin MLG Ground Lock
Pin NLG Ground Lock
Placards

Subtask 055129946001
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 101100000801
TASK 101100000802
TASK 101100400801
TASK 101100400802
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863804
TASK 240000861801
TASK 240000861802
TASK 275400220802
TASK 275400866801
TASK 275400866802
TASK 281100790802

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Nose Landing Gear Lockpin
Removal of the Main Landing Gear Lockpin
Installation of the Nose Landing Gear Lockpin
Installation of the Main Landing Gear Lockpin
Release Hydraulic PressureSystems No. 1 and
No. 2
Release Hydraulic PressureSystem No. 3
Connect Electrical Power to the Aircraft
Remove Electrical Power to the Aircraft
Detail Inspection of the Flap Control System
Electrically Extend the Flaps
Electrically Retract the Flaps
Leak Rate Check of the Fuel Tank

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REFERENCE
TASK 290000910801
TASK 321115220801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 322201980801
TASK 322201980802
TASK 710000710806
TASK 720000200801
TASK 783000720807
TASK 783000720809

DESIGNATION
Hydraulic Safety Precautions
Detailed Inspection of the Main Landing Gear Axle
Assembly
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Nose landing Gear and
Doors
Open and Isolate the Nose Landing Gear Forward
Doors
Close the Nose Landing Gear Forward Doors
Thrust Reverser Operational Check
OnAircraft Borescope Inspection of the Engine
and its Components
Functional Test of the Thrust Reverser and PDU
with the Aircraft System
Functional Test of the Thrust Reverser and PDU
with Shop Air

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055129910001
A.

Obey all of the hydraulic safety precautions (Ref. TASK 290000910801).

Subtask 055129941001
MAKE SURE THAT THE LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED ON THE NOSE AND MAIN
LANDING GEARS. THE NOSE AND MAIN LANDING GEARS CAN
ACCIDENTALLY RETRACT. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
B. Install the lockpin in the nose landing gear (Ref. TASK 101100400801).
C. Install the lockpins in the main landing gear (Ref. TASK 101100400802).
WARNING: PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR
NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR
NEAR THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR
DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
D. Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.

WARNING:

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Subtask 055129861001
E.

Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 240000861801).

Subtask 055129980001
F.

Open and isolate the nose landing gear forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980801).

Subtask 055129863001
G.
H.

Release the hydraulic pressure from systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref. TASK
120006863802).
Release the hydraulic pressure from system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863804).

Subtask 055129866001
I.

Electrically extend the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400866801).

Subtask 055129861002
J.

Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 240000861802).

3. Procedure
Subtask 055129210001
LET THE BRAKE AND THE WHEEL/TIRE ASSEMBLY BECOME COOL BEFORE
YOU GO NEAR THE LANDING GEAR. IF THEY ARE HOT, INJURIES CAN
OCCUR.
If the tire burst occurred at the nose landing gear, do the steps that follow:
(1) Remove the tire on the opposite side of the axle to the burst tire. Send it to a
service repair facility, with a description of the reason for removal.
NOTE: This is necessary to make sure that the tire is acceptable for continued
use.
(2) Examine the external structure of the nose landing gear for distortion, pulled or torn
fasteners, and damaged paintwork. If you find damage, do the step that follows:
(a) Remove the applicable floor panels and examine the components and the
structures for:
Distortion
Cracks
Pulled or damaged fasteners
Security of attachment.
(3) Examine the wheel well structure, hydraulic pipelines and components of the nose
landing gear for:
Distortion
Cracks
Pulled or damaged fasteners
Fluid leakage

WARNING:
A.

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Security of attachment.

(4) Do a visual inspection of the nose landing gear and doors (Ref.
TASK 322000210801).
Subtask 055129210002
B.

If the tire burst occurred at the main landing gear, do the steps that follow:
(1) Remove the tire on the opposite side of the axle to the burst tire. Send it to a
service repair facility, with a description of the reason for removal.
NOTE: This is necessary to make sure that the tire is acceptable for continued
use.
(2) Examine the external structure for distortion, pulled or damaged fasteners, and
damaged paintwork. If you find damage, do the step that follows:
(a) Remove the applicable panels and examine the components and the
structures for:
Distortion
Cracks
Pulled or damaged fasteners
Security of attachment.
(3) Do a detailed inspection of the main landing gear axle assembly (Ref.
TASK 321115220801).
(4) Do a visual inspection of the main landing gear and doors (Ref.
TASK 321000210801).
(5) Examine the skin panels on the bottom surface of the wings for:
Damaged paintwork
Distortion
Cracks
Tears
Fuel leaks.
(6) If you find a fuel leak, do the leak rate check of the fuel tank (Ref.
TASK 281100790802).
(7) Visually examine the inboard flaps for:
Distortion
Cracks
Pulled or damaged fasteners.
(8) If you find damage, do a detailed inspection of the inboard flaps (Ref.
TASK 275400220802).

Subtask 055129210003
C.

Visually examine the external surface of the engine nacelles for:


Distortion
Cracks

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Delamination
Cracked or flaking paint
Loose rivets
Signs of shearing.

D.

E.

Visually examine the engine air intakes and the fan blades for foreign object damage
(FOD). If you find damage, do the steps that follow:
(1) Open the engine cowl and examine it for:
Distortion
Cracks
Pulled or damaged fasteners
Damaged paintwork.
(2) Visually inspect the ducts, the cables, and the electrical looms for:
Distortion
Cracks
Rupture.
(3) Do a borescope inspection of the first and last stages of the high pressure
compressor (Ref. TASK 720000200801).
If the tire burst occurred during a thrust reverser operation, do the steps that follow:
(1) Do a functional test of the thrust reverser systems (Ref. TASK 783000720807
or TASK 783000720809).
(2) Do an operational check of the thrust reverser systems (Ref. TASK
710000710806)
(3) Internally examine the thrustreverser system items that follow for cracks, rupture,
and fluid leakage:
Components
Pipes
Ducts
Electrical looms
Control cables
Pulleys
Mounts.

4. Close Out
Subtask 055129941002
A.
B.
C.

Remove the warning tags from the pilots and copilots control columns.
Remove the nose landing gear lockpin (Ref. TASK 101100000801).
Remove the main landing gear lockpins (Ref. TASK 101100000802).

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Subtask 055129861003
D.

Connect the external ac power (Ref. TASK 240000861801).

Subtask 055129980002
E.

Close the nose landing gear forward doors (Ref. TASK 322201980802).

Subtask 055129866002
F.

Electrically retract the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400866802).

Subtask 055129861004
G.

Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 240000861802).

Subtask 055129941003
H.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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ENGINE DRIVEN PUMP (EDP) OPERATED DRY AFTER HYDRAULIC FLUID LOSS
INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The procedure that follows is for the inspection of the Engine Driven Pump (EDP) and
filter after the EDP was operated dry due to a loss of hydraulic fluid.

TASK 055133210801
Inspection of Engine Driven Pump (EDP) after dry operation due to hydraulic fluid loss
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055133946002
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 121229611803
TASK 290000910801
TASK 291000790801
TASK 291000870801
TASK 291101000801
TASK 291140000801
TASK 291140400801
TASK 710000868806
TASK 710000868807

DESIGNATION
Servicing of the Hydraulic System Reservoirs
Hydraulic Safety Precautions
External Leak Check
Bleed Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Removal of the EDP
Removal of the Filter Element
Installation of the Filter Element
Engine Start
Engine Shutdown (Normal)

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055133910001
OBEY ALL THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO WORK
ON THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND/OR A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM COMPONENT.
IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS, YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR
DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
Obey all of the hydraulic safety precautions (Ref. TASK 290000910801).

WARNING:

A.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055133210001
A.

Determine from flight report how long the EDP was operating without hydraulic fluid.

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Subtask 055133210002
B.

If EDP was operating more than 30 minutes, proceed as follows:


(1) Replace EDP (Ref. TASK 291101000801).
(2) Correct hydraulic system leak.

Subtask 055133210003
C.

Inspect as follows:
(1) Remove case drain filter element and inspect (Ref. TASK 291140000801).
(2) Replace filter element if required (Ref. TASK 291140400801).
(3) Inspect Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2 Suction Hose Assemblies for damage,
breaks or leakage and replace if required.
(4) Inspect Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2 Pressure Hose Assemblies for damage,
breaks or leakage and replace if required.
(5) Inspect Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2 Case Drain Hose Assemblies for
damage, breaks or leakage and replace if required.
(6) Fill hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 121229611803).
(7) Bleed hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 291000870801).
(8) Start engine (Ref. TASK 710000868806)and ground run for 10 minutes.
(9) During ground run, monitor hydraulic pressure and temperature; ensure it is stable
and within normal limits.
(10) Inspect hydraulic system for external leaks (Ref. TASK 291000790801).
NOTE: Make sure that on Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2, the Suction Hose
Assemblies, Pressure Hose Assemblies and Case Drain Hose
Assemblies are examined carefully for leaks.
(11) Shut down engine (Ref. TASK 710000868807).
(12) Remove case drain filter element and inspect (Ref. TASK 291140000801).
(13) Replace filter element if required (Ref. TASK 291140400801).
(14) Replenish the reservoirs of the hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 121229611803).
(15) Replenish the accumulators of the hydraulic system (Ref. TASK
121229614802).
(16) Bleed hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 291000870801).

Subtask 055133210004
D.

If EDP was operating less than 30 minutes, proceed as follows:


(1) Correct hydraulic system leak.
(2) Remove case drain filter element and inspect (Ref. TASK 291140000801).
(3) Replace filter element if required (Ref. TASK 291140400801).
(4) Inspect Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2 Suction Hose Assemblies for damage,
breaks or leakage and replace if required.
(5) Inspect Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2 Pressure Hose Assemblies for damage,
breaks or leakage and replace if required.

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(6) Inspect Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2 Case Drain Hose Assemblies for
damage, breaks or leakage and replace if required.
(7) Fill hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 121229611803).
(8) Bleed hydraulic system (Ref. TASK 291000870801).
(9) Start engine (Ref. TASK 710000868806)and ground run for 10 minutes.
(10) During ground run, monitor hydraulic pressure and temperature; ensure it is stable
and within normal limits.
(11) Inspect hydraulic system for external leaks (Ref. TASK 291000790801).
NOTE: Make sure that on Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2, the Suction Hose
Assemblies, Pressure Hose Assemblies and Case Drain Hose
Assemblies are examined carefully for leaks.
(12) Shut down engine (Ref. TASK 710000868807).
4. Close Out
Subtask 055133941002
A.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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EMERGENCY/ACCIDENTAL DEPLOYMENT OF THE PASSENGER OXYGEN SYSTEM
INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The maintenance procedure that follows is for the visual inspection of the aircraft after an
emergency or accidental deployment of the passenger oxygen system. The visual
inspection is used to make sure that the passenger oxygen system is serviceable after a
deployment. There is one oxygen generator for each mask container in the passenger
compartment and lavatory.

TASK 055135210801
Inspection Check After the Deployment of the Passenger Oxygen System
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055135946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 120007861801
TASK 120007861802
TASK 352103000801
TASK 352103400801
TASK 352000710802
TASK 352109860801

DESIGNATION
Connect External AC Power
Remove External AC Power
Removal of the Oxygen Generator
Installation of the Oxygen Generator
Operational Test of the Passenger Oxygen
Deployment System
Repack of the Passenger Mask

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055135941001
WARNING:

DO NOT PULL ON THE LANYARD WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE IN THE


MASK CONTAINER. THE OXYGEN GENERATOR IS A
PYROTECHNICACTIVATED DEVICE. IF THE RELEASE PIN CONNECTED TO
THE LANYARD IS REMOVED, THE GENERATOR WILL OPERATE. THE
OXYGEN GENERATOR CAN HAVE A SURFACE TEMPERATURE HIGHER
THAN 450 F (232 C) AND CAN CAUSE BURNS.
WARNING: DO NOT LET OIL, GREASE, OR OTHER PETROLEUM PRODUCTS GET ON
YOUR HANDS, CLOTHING, OR THE EQUIPMENT USED TO DO WORK ON THE
OXYGEN SYSTEM. OXYGEN CAN CAUSE SPONTANEOUS IGNITION OF
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. THIS COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT
AND INJURY TO PERSONS.
A. Make sure that the work area is clean and that any tools or equipment have no oil,
grease, or other petroleum based lubricant on them when you work on or near any
breathing oxygen equipment.

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Subtask 055135865001
B.

Make sure that the circuit breakers that follow are closed:

CB PANEL
CBP1
CBP1
CBP1
CBP2
CBP2

CB NO.
L1
P11
P12
P11
P12

NAME
PASS SIGNS
PASS OXYGEN MANUAL DEPLOY
PASS OXYGEN LEFT PASS
PASS OXYGEN AUTO DEPLOY
PASS OXYGEN RIGHT PASS

ZONE
221
221
221
222
222

Subtask 055135861001
C.
D.

Connect the external AC power to the aircraft (Ref. TASK 120007861801).


Reset (OPEN/CLOSE) the PASS OXYGEN AUTO DEPLOY circuit breaker to energize
the passenger oxygen system after deployment.
NOTE: When the PASS OXY switch/light is pressed, the manual deploy relay will
close and the electrically operated solenoids of the mask container latch
mechanisms will now operate.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055135210001
A.

Do a visual inspection of the passenger oxygen system as follows:


NOTE: Inspect only the units that have been affected. An accidental deployment may
only affect one or more units.
(1) Make sure that the oxygen generator release pin is properly installed in the actuator
housing, and that the looped end of the release pin points towards the door.
(2) Make sure that the depleted indicator dot on the oxygen generator shows the
unoperated condition (yellow color).

Subtask 055135840001
B.
C.

If the visual inspections above are satisfied, repack the passenger oxygen masks into
their respective mask containers (Ref. TASK 352109860801).
If either, the release pin is removed from the actuator housing or the depleted indicator
shows the operated condition (black color), remove the old oxygen generator (Ref.
TASK 352103000801) and install a new oxygen generator (Ref.
TASK 352103000801).

4. Close Out
Subtask 055135710001
A.

Do an operational test of the passenger oxygen deployment system (Ref.


TASK 352000710802).

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Subtask 055135861002
B.

Remove the external AC power from the aircraft (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055135941002
C.

Remove all the tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the area.

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AILERON WING PULLEYS INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. This maintenance procedure is to inspect the pulleys of the aileron control system in the
wings after an occurrence of aileron pulley binding has been reported.

TASK 055136210801
Inspection of the Aileron Wing Pulleys Subsequent To An Aileron Binding Occurrence
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055136946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 122027640810
TASK 270000960804
TASK 271100220807
TASK 271100830801

DESIGNATION
Lubrication of the Aileron Wing Pulleys and
Control Cables
Standard Replacement Procedure for Flight
Control Cable Pulleys
Detailed Inspection of the Aileron and Autopilot
Mechanical Control Path
Rigging of the Aileron Cable Circuits

2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055136941003
PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR
NEAR FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF THE
FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR
DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
Install the applicable warnings signs and safety devices on the flight controls.

WARNING:

A.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055136210002
A.

Do a detailed inspection of the pulleys for the aileron control system in the wings (Ref.
TASK 271100220807).

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Subtask 055136960001
B.

C.

For aileron wing pulleys installed at FS291 and FS298, if an aileron wing pulley has one
of the damage conditions that follow replace it with a new one(Ref. TASK
270000960804)
pulley is seized
pulley bearing and/or bearing surface is corroded
pulley bearing has migrated
grease on pulley bearing is dry.
For the aileron wing pulleys installed at the remaining locations, if an aileron wing pulley
has one of the damage conditions that follow, replace it with a new one (Ref. TASK
270000960804).
pulley is seized
pulley bearing and/or bearing surface is corroded
pulley bearing has migrated.

4. Close Out
Subtask 055136640001
A.

If an aileron wing pulley was replaced, lubricate the applicable pulley (Ref. TASK
122027640810).

Subtask 055136830001
B.

If an aileron wing pulley was replaced, do the rigging of the aileron control cables (Ref.
TASK 271100830801).

Subtask 055136941002
C.
D.
E.

Remove the applicable warnings tags from the pilots and copilots controls.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.
Remove all tools and equipment, and make sure that the work area is clean.

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**ON A/C ALL


OVERWEIGHT JACKING INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The maximum weight for jacking at the three structural jacking points is 37 200 lb
(16 874 kg) (Refer to Jacking of the Aircraft Description and Operation, AMM
070000). The procedure that follows is for the visual inspection of the aircraft after it
was raised on jacks in an overweight condition, to a maximum of 39 500 lb (17 917 kg).
The instructions are applicable to the left and right wing box trailing edge structure.
NOTE: These instructions are not sufficient if your overweight jacking was done when
the aircraft was heavier than 39 500 lb (17 917 kg). In that condition, make a
request to the Technical Help Desk at Bombardier Inc. in Montreal, Quebec,
Canada (telephone (514) 8558500) for special inspection instructions.

TASK 055139210801
Inspection of the Aircraft after Overweight Jacking at the Structural Jacking Points
1. Job SetUp Information
Subtask 055139943001
A.

Tools and Equipment

REFERENCE
Commercially Available

DESIGNATION
Magnifying glass 10X

Subtask 055139946001
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
AMM 070000
TASK 101100400801
TASK 101100400802
TASK 275401000801
TASK 275401400801
SRM 511301
NDTM 512008

DESIGNATION
Jacking of the Aircraft Description and Operation
Installation of the Nose Landing Gear Lockpin
Installation of the Main Landing Gear Lockpins
Removal of the Inboard Flap
Installation of the Inboard Flap
Defect and Damage Repair Requests Report
Procedure
Liquid Penetrant Inspection Procedures

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2. Job SetUp
Subtask 055139910001
MAKE SURE THAT THE SAFETY LOCKPINS ARE INSTALLED ON THE NOSE
AND MAIN LANDING GEAR. THE NOSE AND MAIN LANDING GEAR CAN
ACCIDENTALLY RETRACT. THIS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS
AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
If they are not installed, install the safety lockpins at the nose landing gear and at the
main landing gear (Ref. TASK 101100400801 and TASK 101100400802).

WARNING:

A.

Subtask 055139010001
B.

If necessary, remove the inboard flap (Ref. TASK 275401000801) for a clear view
of the wing rear spar.

3. Procedure
Subtask 055139210001
NOTE:
A.

B.
C.
D.

If you have access to the Bombardier Inc. engineering drawings, the applicable drawings
are shown thus (Ref. 601R....).
Use a 10x magnifying glass to do a detailed visual inspection of the components and the
adjacent structure that follow:
The upper and lower skin along the rear spar caps in the area of the main
landinggear jackfitting attachment
The rear spar (Ref. 601R10006) web and the upper and lower rear spar caps in the
area of the main landinggear jackfitting attachment
The structure at the wing jacking points (Ref. 601R10324)
The rear spar splice plate and the splice angle (Ref. 601R10105) at WS148.019
(Refer to Wing Stations Description and Operation, AMM 063400). Make sure
that there is no indication of loose fasteners, cracks, deformation or other defective
structure.
If you think you see a crack, do a liquid penetrant inspection (Ref. NDTM 512008).
If you find structural damage, send a Defect and Damage Repair Request to Bombardier
(Ref. SRM 511301).
With the aircraft on the ground, do an inspection for fuel leaks.

4. Close Out
Subtask 055139410001
A.
B.

If you removed the inboard flap for access, install the inboard flap (Ref. TASK
275401400801).
Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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TEMPORARY REVISION 05032


FILING INSTRUCTIONS:

DESCRIPTION:

Put this Temporary Revision facing Page 601 of 055101 (which is


a permanent Pageblock).
Record the incorporation of the Temporary Revision on the yellow
RECORD OF TEMPORARY REVISIONS sheet at the front of this
chapter.
Keep this Temporary Revision until normal revision service No.37
incorporates the information into the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
This Temporary Revision revises the Hard/Overweight Landing
Inspection/Check pageblock.

**ON A/C ALL


HARD/OVERWEIGHT LANDING INSPECTION/CHECK
1.

General
A. The maintenance procedure that follows is for the visual inspection of the aircraft after a
hard or overweight landing. The inspection is used to make sure that the aircraft is
serviceable after a hard or overweight landing.

TASK 055101210801
Visual Inspection for Hard/Overweight Landing
1. Definitions
A. The Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) is the maximum weight approved for the landing
touchdown.
B. The Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) is the maximum weight approved for the start
of the takeoff.
C. An Overweight Landing is defined as a landing at more than MLW. Overweight landing
should be avoided. However, no inspection is required, provided none of the following
description is met (hard landing definition).
D. A Hard Landing is defined as follows:
The vertical descent rate is more than 600 ft/min and the aircraft gross weight is
below or equal to the MLW.
The vertical descent rate is more than 360 ft/min and the aircraft gross weight is
more than the MLW, but below or equal to the MTOW.
The aircraft gross weight is above the MTOW.
The aircraft is in a skid or makes a landing in an uncontrolled skid on a prepared
runway surface.
The aircraft makes a landing or continues to moves on a surface that is not prepared.
The NLG touches the ground at the same time that only one main landing gear
(MLG) touches the ground.

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The aircraft bounces or skips after an initial impact and the spoiler subsequently

deploy, while the aircraft is still in the air.


2. Job SetUp Information
**ON A/C 70047019, 70217031, 70347051, 70547056, 7058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 7069,
70717075, 70777080, 70827083, 70867087, 70897093, 70957102, 71047105, 7107,
7109, 71117124, 71277132, 71347135, 71377139, 7141, 71457146, 71497161, 7163,
7165, 71687169, 71717175, 71787181, 71857189, 71917196, 71987204, 72067218,
7220, 7225, 72287241, 72437246, 72507251, 72537261, 72637271, 72737295,
72977300, 73027315, 73177319, 7322, 73247331, 73337342, 73447349, 73517364,
73667370, 7372, 7374, 7376, 73797383, 7385, 73877388, 7390, 73927393, 73957402,
74047406, 74087429, 74327435, 74377438, 74407448, 74507463, 7465, 74677477,
7479, 74817485, 74877492, 74957498, 75007507, 75097513, 75157528, 75307546,
75487562, 7564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847590, 75927604, 7606,
76087618, 76207621, 7623, 76267628, 76317660, 76627672, 7675, 76777682,
76847685, 7687, 76897695, 7697, 7699, 77017704, 77077708, 77117717, 77197720,
77227731, 77337737, 77397744, 77487750, 77527757, 77597774, 77767783,
77867789, 77917796, 77987806, 78097827, 78297835, 78377838, 78407845,
78487850, 78527854, 78567861, 7863, 7865, 78677868, 78707876, 78787883, 7885,
7887, 78897893, 7895, 78977900, 7904, 7906, 7909, 79117913, 79167917, 79197920,
7922, 79257927, 7929, 7931, 79347939, 7941, 7945, 7947, 7949, 79517959, 79617963,
79667967, 79787979, 7983, 7985, 79877988, 7990, 80028004, 80068007, 80098011,
80148018, 8022, 8028, 80378038, 8042, 8050, 80588059, 80618064 and ON A/C 7033,
7052, 7136, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320, 7350, 7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565, 7622,
76247625, 7629 Pre SB601R25164
Subtask 055101946001
A.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 071201582801
TASK 071203582801
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 243201210801
TASK 243202210801
TASK 256200710801
TASK 262107210801

DESIGNATION
Jacking of the Main Landing Gear
Jacking of the Nose Landing Gear
Parking
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the Main Battery
Visual Inspection of the APU Battery
Operational Test of the Artex 2Frequency ELT
System
Visual Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge

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REFERENCE
TASK 262501210801
TASK 271100710801
TASK 271300710801
TASK 272100710801
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273100710802
TASK 274000720801
TASK 275400710801
TASK 276400710801
TASK 313101970801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 324326210801
TASK 538201000801
TASK 538201000802
TASK 538201000803
TASK 538201000804
TASK 538201000805
TASK 538201000806
TASK 538201000807
TASK 538201000808
TASK 538201000809
TASK 538201000810
TASK 538201000811
TASK 538201000812
TASK 538201400801

DESIGNATION
Visual Check of the Cargo FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Operational Test of the Aileron Control System
Operational Test of the Aileron Disconnect System
Operational Test of the Rudder Control System
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Operational Test of the Pitch Feel System
Functional Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
System
Operational Test of the Flaps
Operational Test of the Flight Spoiler/Spoileron
Download of the Digital FDR Output
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Wear Pin Indicator
Removal of the Forward Fairing AccessPanel
Removal of the Right Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Removal of the Forward Side Fairings
Removal of the Center Side Fairings
Removal of the Rear Side Fairings
Removal of the Flap Stub Fairings
Removal of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Removal of the Left OutboardPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the ForwardFairing Access Panel

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REFERENCE
TASK 538201400802
TASK 538201400803
TASK 538201400804
TASK 538201400805
TASK 538201400806
TASK 538201400807
TASK 538201400808
TASK 538201400809
TASK 538201400810
TASK 538201400811
TASK 538201400812
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Installation of the Right Forward
WingtoFuselage Fairing
Installation of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Installation of the Forward Side Fairings
Installation of the Center Side Fairings
Installation of the Rear Side Fairings
Installation of the Flap Stub Fairings
Installation of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Installation of the Left OutboardPanel wing
Fairing
Installation of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

**ON A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7070, 7076, 7081, 70847085, 7088, 7106, 7108, 7126,
71437144, 7147, 7162, 7164, 7177, 71827184, 7190, 7197, 7219, 72217223, 7226,
72477248, 7262, 7296, 7301, 7316, 7321, 7323, 7332, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7375, 73777378,
7386, 7389, 7391, 7394, 7403, 7407, 7431, 7436, 7439, 7449, 7464, 7480, 7499, 7567, 7570,
7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7619, 7630, 7738, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910
Subtask 055101946002
B.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 071201582801
TASK 071203582801
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861802
TASK 240000910801
TASK 243201210801
TASK 243202210801
TASK 256200710802

DESIGNATION
Jacking of the Main Landing Gear
Jacking of the Nose Landing Gear
Parking
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Remove External AC Power
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the Main Battery
Visual Inspection of the APU Battery
Operational Test of the Socata ELT 96 System

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REFERENCE
TASK 262107210801
TASK 262501210801
TASK 271100710801
TASK 271300710801
TASK 272100710801
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273100710802
TASK 274000720801
TASK 275400710801
TASK 276400710801
TASK 313101970801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 324326210801
TASK 538201000801
TASK 538201000802
TASK 538201000803
TASK 538201000804
TASK 538201000805
TASK 538201000806
TASK 538201000807
TASK 538201000808
TASK 538201000809
TASK 538201000810
TASK 538201000811
TASK 538201000812

DESIGNATION
Visual Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Visual Check of the Cargo FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Operational Test of the Aileron Control System
Operational Test of the Aileron Disconnect System
Operational Test of the Rudder Control System
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Operational Test of the Pitch Feel System
Functional Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
System
Operational Test of the Flaps
Operational Test of the Flight Spoiler/Spoileron
Download of the Digital FDR Output
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Wear Pin Indicator
Removal of the Forward Fairing AccessPanel
Removal of the Right Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Removal of the Forward Side Fairings
Removal of the Center Side Fairings
Removal of the Rear Side Fairings
Removal of the Flap Stub Fairings
Removal of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Removal of the Left OutboardPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing

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REFERENCE
TASK 538201400801
TASK 538201400802
TASK 538201400803
TASK 538201400804
TASK 538201400805
TASK 538201400806
TASK 538201400807
TASK 538201400808
TASK 538201400809
TASK 538201400810
TASK 538201400811
TASK 538201400812
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Installation of the ForwardFairing Access Panel
Installation of the Right Forward
WingtoFuselage Fairing
Installation of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Installation of the Forward Side Fairings
Installation of the Center Side Fairings
Installation of the Rear Side Fairings
Installation of the Flap Stub Fairings
Installation of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Installation of the Left OutboardPanel wing
Fairing
Installation of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7125, 7133, 7140, 7142, 7148, 71667167,
7170, 7205, 7249, 7252, 7272, 7343, 7384, 7430, 7466, 7493, 7514, 7529, 7547, 7563, 7591,
7661, 76737674, 7676, 7683, 7686, 7688, 7696, 7698, 7700, 77057706, 77097710, 7718,
7721, 7732, 77457747, 7751, 7758, 7775, 77847785, 7790, 7797, 78077808, 7828, 7836,
7839, 7847, 7851, 7855, 7866, 7869, 7877, 7884, 7886, 7888, 7894, 7896, 7903, 7905,
79077908, 79147915, 7918, 7921, 79237924, 7928, 7930, 79327933, 7940, 79427944,
7946, 7948, 7950, 7960, 79647965, 79687977, 79807982, 7984, 7986, 7989, 80008001,
8005, 8008, 80128013, 80198021, 80238027, 80298036, 80398041, 80438049,
80518057, 8060, 80658068 and ON A/C 7033, 7052, 7136, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320,
7350, 7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565, 7622, 76247625, 7629 Post SB601R25164
Subtask 055101946003
C.

Reference Information

REFERENCE
TASK 071201582801
TASK 071203582801
TASK 101101587801
TASK 120006863801
TASK 120006863802
TASK 120006863803
TASK 120006863804
TASK 120007861802

DESIGNATION
Jacking of the Main Landing Gear
Jacking of the Nose Landing Gear
Parking
Pressurize Hydraulic Systems No. 1 and No. 2
Release Hydraulic Pressure Systems No. 1 and
No. 2
Pressurize Hydraulic System No. 3
Release Hydraulic Pressure System No. 3
Remove External AC Power

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REFERENCE
TASK 240000910801
TASK 243201210801
TASK 243202210801
TASK 256200710803
TASK 262107210801
TASK 262501210801
TASK 271100710801
TASK 271300710801
TASK 272100710801
TASK 273100710801
TASK 273100710802
TASK 274000720801
TASK 275400710801
TASK 276400710801
TASK 313101970801
TASK 321000210801
TASK 322000210801
TASK 324101210801
TASK 324101210802
TASK 324201210801
TASK 324201210802
TASK 324326210801
TASK 538201000801
TASK 538201000802
TASK 538201000803
TASK 538201000804
TASK 538201000805
TASK 538201000806
TASK 538201000807
TASK 538201000808

DESIGNATION
Electrical/Electronic Safety Precautions
Visual Inspection of the Main Battery
Visual Inspection of the APU Battery
Operational Test of the Artex 3Frequency ELT
System
Visual Inspection of the Engine FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Visual Check of the Cargo FireExtinguisher
Container PressureGauge
Operational Test of the Aileron Control System
Operational Test of the Aileron Disconnect System
Operational Test of the Rudder Control System
Operational Test of the Elevator Control System
Operational Test of the Pitch Feel System
Functional Test of the Horizontal Stabilizer Trim
System
Operational Test of the Flaps
Operational Test of the Flight Spoiler/Spoileron
Download of the Digital FDR Output
Visual Inspection of the Main Landing Gear and
Door
Visual Inspection of the Nose Landing Gear and
Doors
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Main Wheel/Tire
Assembly Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Retreadable Goodyear Tires
Visual Inspection of the Nosewheel/Tire Assembly
Nonretreadable Michelin Tires
Visual Inspection of the Wear Pin Indicator
Removal of the Forward Fairing AccessPanel
Removal of the Right Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Removal of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Removal of the Forward Side Fairings
Removal of the Center Side Fairings
Removal of the Rear Side Fairings
Removal of the Flap Stub Fairings

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REFERENCE
TASK 538201000809
TASK 538201000810
TASK 538201000811
TASK 538201000812
TASK 538201400801
TASK 538201400802
TASK 538201400803
TASK 538201400804
TASK 538201400805
TASK 538201400806
TASK 538201400807
TASK 538201400808
TASK 538201400809
TASK 538201400810
TASK 538201400811
TASK 538201400812
TASK 538301000801
TASK 538301400801

DESIGNATION
Removal of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Removal of the Left OutboardPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the ForwardFairing Access Panel
Installation of the Right Forward
WingtoFuselage Fairing
Installation of the Left Forward WingtoFuselage
Fairing
Installation of the WingtoFuselage Side Panels
Installation of the Forward Side Fairings
Installation of the Center Side Fairings
Installation of the Rear Side Fairings
Installation of the Flap Stub Fairings
Installation of the Right OutboardPanel Wing
Fairing
Installation of the Left OutboardPanel wing
Fairing
Installation of the AftPanel Wing Fairing
Installation of the CenterPanel Wing Fairing
Removal of the MLG Wheel Bin
Installation of the MLG Wheel Bin

**ON A/C ALL


3. Job SetUp
Subtask 055101941001
WARNING:

A.
B.

PUT THE SAFETY DEVICES, THE WARNING SIGNS, AND THE WARNING
PLACARDS IN POSITION BEFORE YOU START A PROCEDURE ON OR
NEAR:
FLIGHT CONTROLS
FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES
COMPONENTS THAT MOVE.
MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT ON OR
NEAR THE FLIGHT CONTROL SURFACES. ACCIDENTAL MOVEMENT OF
THE FLIGHT CONTROLS CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR
DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.
Put the safety devices and the warning signs in the applicable positions.
Install the applicable warning tags on the pilots and copilots control columns.

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C. Park the aircraft (Ref. TASK 101101587801).
WARNING: OBEY ALL THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN YOU DO MAINTENANCE
ON OR NEAR ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU DO NOT
DO THIS, YOU CAN CAUSE INJURIES TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE
TO THE EQUIPMENT.
D. Obey all the electrical safety precautions (Ref. TASK 240000910801).
Subtask 055101010001
E.

Open the access panels during the inspection/check as necessary.

Subtask 055101970004
F.

Download the FDR .


(1) Using the Radio Altitude L get the output values that follow:
(a) The Radio Altitude L value immediately prior the touchdown
(b) The Radio Altitude L value 2 seconds before the touchdown
(c) Calculate the impact speed and convert to ft/min.
(2) Using the Radio Altitude R get the output values that follows:
(a) The Radio Altitude R value immediately prior the touchdown
(b) The Radio Altitude R value 2 seconds before the touchdown
(c) Calculate the impact speed and convert to ft/min.
(3) Take the highest of the values calculated above.

Subtask 055101280001
G.

With the FDR output, verify that the spoiler did not deploy prior to any impact.
(1) Do the visual inspection and/or the detailed inspection, or send the FDR to
Bombardier for details analysis for one of the conditions that follow:
(a) the spoiler deployed prior any impact and the "Normal Accel " parameter
exceeds 2.2 G and the weight of the aircraft was below or equal to the MLW.
(b) The spoiler deployed prior any impact and the "Normal Accel " parameter
exceeds 1.4 G and the weight of the aircraft was above the MLW.
(2) Do the visual inspection and/or the detailed inspection, and send the FDR to
Bombardier for details analysis for one of the conditions that follow:;
(a) the spoiler deployed prior any impact and the "Normal Accel " parameter
exceeds 2.5 G and the weight of the aircraft was below or equal to the MLW
(b) The spoiler deployed prior any impact and the "Normal Accel " parameter
exceeds 1.7 G and the weight of the aircraft was above the MLW.

Subtask 055101280002
Refer to Figure 601.

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H.

To find if an inspection is required, use the chart as follows:


(1) Take the value of the weight of the aircraft and the impact speed.
(2) Make a plot of the value on the chart and find if an inspection is necessary.
(3) If the value show an inspection of the aircraft is necessary, do the inspection before
the subsequent flight.

4. Procedure
Subtask 055101210001
A.

Do a general visual inspection of the wings as follows:


(1) Examine the web of the wing rear spar for damage, distortion in the skin panels,
and pulled fasteners.
(2) Examine the winglets for damage.
(3) Examine the leading edge of the wing for distortion in the panels.
(4) Examine the wing upper surface above the MLG attachment points for distortion.
(5) Examine the skin panel of the upper wing, adjacent to the wing/fuselage attachment
fittings, for distortion or pulled fasteners.
(6) Examine the leadingedge wingtofuselage fairing for displacement, access door
distortion, damaged fastener holes, and skin cracks.
(7) Examine the lower wingtofuselage structure for distortion, cracks in the skin, or
damaged paint.
(8) Examine the wings for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(9) Examine the wings for fuel leakage.

Subtask 055101210002
B.

Do a visual inspection of the engines as follows:


(1) Examine the nacelles of the engines for signs of damage, cracks and pulled
fasteners.
(2) Examine the pylons for signs of paint damage, cracks and pulled fasteners.

Subtask 055101210003
C.

If paint damage is found, open the access panels to the engine pylons and do a visual
inspection of each component as follows:
(1) Examine the pylon for cracks or distortion.
(2) Examine the pylon to aircraft beam attachments for cracks.
(3) Look for torn or damaged fasteners.
(4) Examine the inner structure for paint damage.
(5) Examine the pylon for cracks.
(6) Examine the pipes and the ducts for leakage.
(7) Examine the bleed air ducts for distortion.

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Subtask 055101210004
D.

Do a visual inspection of the outer surfaces of the aircraft fuselage as follows:


(1) Examine the fuselage skin panels for damage, distortion or pulled fasteners.
(2) Examine the bottom side of the fuselage for signs of damage or distortion of the
fuselage skin panels.
(3) Examine the fuselage splices for distortion of the aircraft skin or damage to the
paint finish.
(4) Examine the fuselage for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(5) Examine the fuselage for fuel leakage.
(6) Examine the passenger door, open and closed, for distortion.
(7) Examine the service door, open and closed, for distortion.
(8) Examine the left and right emergency exits for distortion.
(9) Examine all of the access panels and the compartment doors.
(10) If external damage is found to the fuselage, continue as follows:
(a) Open the access panels, as necessary, to examine the aircraft internally.
(b) Look for cracks or distortion of the stringers, the fittings, and the component
mounts.
(c) Look for hydraulic fluid leakage.
(d) Look for fuel leakage.

Subtask 055101210006
E.

Examine the floor structure of the flight compartment, the attachment fittings of the pilot
and copilot seats, the overhead console and the pilot and copilot instrument panels for
the conditions that follow:
Distortion
Damage to the paint finish
Pulled fasteners.

Subtask 055101210008
F.

Do a visual check of the cargo fireextinguisher container for the pressure gauge (Ref.
TASK 262501210801).

Subtask 055101210009
G.

Do a visual inspection of the auxiliary power unit (APU) as follows:


(1) Examine all of the external pipes and ducts for damage or leakage.
(2) Remove the access door of the APU.
(3) Look for torn fasteners.
(4) Bulkhead FS755.00 for distortion, damage and cracks.

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Subtask 055101210010
H.

Do a visual inspection of the main battery (Ref. TASK 243201210801).

Subtask 055101210011
I.

Do a visual inspection of the APU battery (Ref. TASK 243202210801).

Subtask 055101210012
J.
K.

Do a visual inspection of the engine fireextinguisher container for the pressure gauge
(Ref. TASK 262107210801).
Do a visual inspection of the APU fireextinguisher container for the pressure gauge.

Subtask 055101210018
L.

M.
N.

Lift the nose landing gear (NLG) clear of the ground (Ref. TASK 071203582801)
and do the steps that follow:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the NLG and doors (Ref. TASK 322000210801).
(2) Do a visual inspection of the NLG attachment points.
(3) Do a visual inspection of the NLG wheel condition.
(4) Do an inspection of the NLG tires (Ref. TASK 324201210801) (For
retreadable Michelin tires Ref. TASK 324201210802).
(5) Do a visual inspection of all components of the gear.
(6) Do a visual inspection of the wheel well for distortion and damage.
Repair or replace the components that you find damaged.
Lower the nose landing gear to the ground (Ref. TASK 071203582801).

Subtask 055101210019
O.

P.

Lift the main landing gear (MLG) clear of the ground (Ref. TASK 071201582801)
and do the steps that follow:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the MLG and doors (Ref. TASK 321000210801).
(2) Examine the MLG wheels for cracks or other damage.
(3) Turn the MLG wheels. Make sure that they move freely.
(4) Remove the MLG wheel bin (Ref. TASK 538301000801).
(5) Examine the wheel bin for damage.
(6) Do a visual inspection of the main wheel/tire assembly (For retreadable Goodyear
tires Ref. TASK 324101210801) (For nonretreadable Michelin tires Ref.
TASK 324101210802).
(7) Do a visual inspection of the MLG attachment points.
(8) Install the MLG wheel bin (Ref. TASK 538301400801).
If damage to the tires or wheels is found, do the steps that follow:
(1) Do a visual inspection of the wear pin indicator (Ref. TASK 324326210801).
(2) Examine the upper and lower ends of the MLG shock strut for leakage of fluid.

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Q.

(3) Examine the MLG struts and linkage for distortion, cracks, or other damage.
(4) Examine the MLG trailing arm, stay actuator and fittings for distortion, damage or
cracks.
(5) Examine the outboard end fusepins of the MLG beam for distortion.
Lower the MLG to the ground (Ref. TASK 071203582801).

Subtask 055101220002
R.

If damage is found during the external wing inspection, do a detailed inspection of the
wings as follows:
(1) Remove, as necessary, the access panels and fairings that follow:
Forwardfairing access panel (Ref. TASK 538201000801)
Right forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201000802)
Left forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201000803)
Wingtofuselage side panels (Ref. TASK 538201000804)
Forward side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000805)
Center side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000806)
Rear side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000807)
Flap stub fairings (Ref. TASK 538201000808)
Right outboard panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000809)
Left outboard panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000810)
Aft panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000811)
Center panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201000812).
(2) Examine the left and right wingtofuselage joints for distortion, cracks, and pulled
fasteners.
(3) Examine the wheel well bulkheads for distortion, paint damage, cracks, and pulled
fasteners.
(4) Examine the upper fuselage structure above the primary wing spars and MLG
wheelwell bulkheads for the conditions that follow:
Metal distortion
Paint damage
Cracks
Pulled fasteners
Fasteners that are not there.
(5) Examine the area below the floor beams aft of the wing center section for paint
damage or distortion.
(6) Examine the rear spar for distortion between the end of the fuel tank and the side of
the fuselage.

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Subtask 055101410001
S.

Install the access panels and fairings.


(1) Install, as necessary, the access panels and fairings that follow:
Forwardfairing access panel (Ref. TASK 538201400801)
Right forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201400802)
Left forward wingtofuselage fairing (Ref. TASK 538201400803)
Wingtofuselage side panels (Ref. TASK 538201400804)
Forward side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400805)
Center side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400806)
Rear side fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400807)
Flap stub fairings (Ref. TASK 538201400808)
Right outboard panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201400809)
Left outboard panel wingfairings (Ref. TASK 538201400810)
Aft panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201400811)
Center panel wingfairing (Ref. TASK 538201400812).

Subtask 055101220004
T.

Do a detailed inspection of the horizontal stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine the leading edge for damage to the skin.
(2) Examine the skin panels of the upper and lower horizontal stabilizer for distortion.

Subtask 055101220005
U.

Do a detailed inspection of the vertical stabilizer as follows:


(1) Examine the fasteners for damage.
(2) Examine the leading edge for damage to the skin.
(3) Examine the skin panels of the vertical stabilizer for distortion.

Subtask 055101863001
V. Pressurize hydraulic systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref. TASK 120006863801).
W. Pressurize hydraulic system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863803).
X. Look for hydraulic fluid leaks.
Subtask 055101710001
Y.

Do an operational test of the flaps (Ref. TASK 275400710801).

Subtask 055101710002
Z.

Do an operational test of the flight spoiler/spoileron (Ref. TASK 276400710801).

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Subtask 055101710003
AA. Do an operational test of the elevator control system (Ref. TASK 273100710801).
Subtask 055101710004
AB. Do an operational test of the rudder control system (Ref. TASK 272100710801).
Subtask 055101720001
AC. Do an operational test of the horizontal stabilizer trim system (Ref.
TASK 274000710801).
Subtask 055101710006
AD. Do an operational test of the aileron control system (Ref. TASK 271100710801).
AE. Do an operational test of the aileron disconnect system (Ref.
TASK 271300710801).
Subtask 055101710007
AF. Do an operational test of the pitch feel system (Ref. TASK 273100710802).
**ON A/C 70047019, 70217031, 70347051, 70547056, 7058, 7060, 7062, 70647067, 7069,
70717075, 70777080, 70827083, 70867087, 70897093, 70957102, 71047105, 7107,
7109, 71117124, 71277132, 71347135, 71377139, 7141, 71457146, 71497161, 7163,
7165, 71687169, 71717175, 71787181, 71857189, 71917196, 71987204, 72067218,
7220, 7225, 72287241, 72437246, 72507251, 72537261, 72637271, 72737295,
72977300, 73027315, 73177319, 7322, 73247331, 73337342, 73447349, 73517364,
73667370, 7372, 7374, 7376, 73797383, 7385, 73877388, 7390, 73927393, 73957402,
74047406, 74087429, 74327435, 74377438, 74407448, 74507463, 7465, 74677477,
7479, 74817485, 74877492, 74957498, 75007507, 75097513, 75157528, 75307546,
75487562, 7564, 7566, 75687569, 75717572, 75747582, 75847590, 75927604, 7606,
76087618, 76207621, 7623, 76267628, 76317660, 76627672, 7675, 76777682,
76847685, 7687, 76897695, 7697, 7699, 77017704, 77077708, 77117717, 77197720,
77227731, 77337737, 77397744, 77487750, 77527757, 77597774, 77767783,
77867789, 77917796, 77987806, 78097827, 78297835, 78377838, 78407845,
78487850, 78527854, 78567861, 7863, 7865, 78677868, 78707876, 78787883, 7885,
7887, 78897893, 7895, 78977900, 7904, 7906, 7909, 79117913, 79167917, 79197920,
7922, 79257927, 7929, 7931, 79347939, 7941, 7945, 7947, 7949, 79517959, 79617963,
79667967, 79787979, 7983, 7985, 79877988, 7990, 80028004, 80068007, 80098011,
80148018, 8022, 8028, 80378038, 8042, 8050, 80588059, 80618064 and ON A/C 7033,
7052, 7136, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320, 7350, 7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565, 7622,
76247625, 7629 Pre SB601R25164
Subtask 055101720002
AG. Do an operational test of the Artex 2frequency ELT system (Ref.
TASK 256200710801).

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**ON A/C 7003, 7020, 7053, 7057, 7070, 7076, 7081, 70847085, 7088, 7106, 7108, 7126,
71437144, 7147, 7162, 7164, 7177, 71827184, 7190, 7197, 7219, 72217223, 7226,
72477248, 7262, 7296, 7301, 7316, 7321, 7323, 7332, 7365, 7371, 7373, 7375, 73777378,
7386, 7389, 7391, 7394, 7403, 7407, 7431, 7436, 7439, 7449, 7464, 7480, 7499, 7567, 7570,
7573, 7583, 7605, 7607, 7619, 7630, 7738, 7846, 7862, 7864, 79017902, 7910
Subtask 055101720003
AH. Do an operational test of the Socata ELT 96 (Ref. TASK 256200710802).
**ON A/C 7032, 7059, 7061, 7063, 7094, 7103, 7110, 7125, 7133, 7140, 7142, 7148, 71667167,
7170, 7205, 7249, 7252, 7272, 7343, 7384, 7430, 7466, 7493, 7514, 7529, 7547, 7563, 7591,
7661, 76737674, 7676, 7683, 7686, 7688, 7696, 7698, 7700, 77057706, 77097710, 7718,
7721, 7732, 77457747, 7751, 7758, 7775, 77847785, 7790, 7797, 78077808, 7828, 7836,
7839, 7847, 7851, 7855, 7866, 7869, 7877, 7884, 7886, 7888, 7894, 7896, 7903, 7905,
79077908, 79147915, 7918, 7921, 79237924, 7928, 7930, 79327933, 7940, 79427944,
7946, 7948, 7950, 7960, 79647965, 79687977, 79807982, 7984, 7986, 7989, 80008001,
8005, 8008, 80128013, 80198021, 80238027, 80298036, 80398041, 80438049,
80518057, 8060, 80658068 and ON A/C 7033, 7052, 7136, 7176, 7224, 7227, 7242, 7320,
7350, 7478, 7486, 7494, 7508, 7565, 7622, 76247625, 7629 Post SB601R25164
Subtask 055101720004
AI. Do an operational test of the Artex 3frequency ELT system (Ref.
TASK 256200710803).
**ON A/C ALL
5. Close Out
Subtask 055101863002
A.
B.

Release the hydraulic pressure from systems No. 1 and No. 2 (Ref.
TASK 120006863802).
Release the hydraulic pressure from system No. 3 (Ref. TASK 120006863804).

Subtask 055101861001
C.

Remove the external ac power (Ref. TASK 120007861802).

Subtask 055101941002
D.
E.

Remove the applicable warning tags from the pilot and copilot rudder pedals.
Remove the safety devices and the warning signs from the applicable positions.

Subtask 055101941003
F.

Remove all tools, equipment, and unwanted materials from the work area.

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VERTICAL SPEED
(ft/min)
600

HARD LANDING
(INSPECTION AREA)
OVERWEIGHT LANDING
(INSPECTION AREA)

360

AIRCRAFT
WEIGHT
MTOW

ram0551012_001.dg, lr, 15/11/05

MLW

Hard Overweight Landing Inspection Requirement Chart Inspection/Check


Figure 601
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