Anda di halaman 1dari 72

COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL

7287100

HIGHLIGHTS

TO: Holders of C&D Aerospace Manual 23-30-03 for the Attendant Control Panel Assembly, Part Numbers
7287100 and 7287700.

REVISION NO. 2 DATED SEP 15/01

This manual is revised to incorporate engineering changes, and remove the part number 7287700-
501, -503, -505.

NOTE: This entire manual is complete. To holders of Revision NO. 1 Jun 01/99, replace with this
Component Maintenance Manual Rev. 2 dated Sep 15/01.

Given below are the highlights of this revision.

Page No. Description of Change

Title page Removed the part number 7287700-501, -503 and -505; revised to show date
of this revision.

Record of Revision Added Rev 2.

Record of temporary Revi- Updated logo to reflect current information.


sions
Service Bulletin List Updated logo to reflect current information.

List of Effective Pages Updated to reflect current information.

Table of Contents Updated to reflect current information.


Introduction Updated to reflect current information.

Description and Operation Revised to reflect current information.

Testing and Fault Isolation Updated to reflect current information.

Schematics and Wiring Created new page block.


Diagrams

Disassembly Revised to incorporate latest configuration information.

Cleaning Revised to incorporate latest configuration information.

Inspection / Check Revised to incorporate latest configuration information.

Repair Revised to incorporate latest configuration information.

Assembly Revised to incorporate latest configuration information.

HIGHLIGHTS
Page H-1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Page No. Description of Change

Special Tools, Fixtures, Updated to reflect current information.


Equipment and Consum-
ables

Illustrated Parts list Removed Part number 7287700-501, -503, -505.


Added Enginnering changes to reflect lasted configuration information.

HIGHLIGHTS
Page H-2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
14 CENTERPONT DRIVE, LA PALMA, CA 90623 (CAGE NO. 56135)

ATTENDANT CONTROL PANEL


ASSEMBLY

7287100-501
7287100-503
7287100-505
7287100-507
7287100-509

COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL


WITH
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST

Page T-1

23-30-03 May 15/98


Rev Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page T-2
23-30-03 May 15/98
Rev Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

RECORD OF REVISIONS
Retain this record in the front of the manual. Upon receipt of a revision, insert the revised pages in
the manual, enter the revision number, date filled, and initial.

REVISION REVISION DATE


BY
NUMBER DATE FILED

1 Jun 01/99 C&D Aerospace


2 Sep 15/01 C&D Brasil

Page RR-1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page RR-2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

RECORD OF TEMPORARY REVISIONS


This page gives a record of temporary revisions. When you receive a temporary revision, insert the
temporary revision in the manual opposite the first affected page and log the information in the table
given below. Remove the temporary revision when the manual is revised.

NOTE: Temporary revisions are printed on yellow paper with the heading TEMPORARY
REVISION.

TEMPORARY DATE OF
REVISION DATE INCORPORATION
NUMBER INTO MANUAL

Page TR-1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page TR-2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SERVICE BULLETIN LIST


Service bulletins and/or letters applicable to the component that are included in this manual are given
below.

DATE OF
SERVICE
DATE TITLE INCORPORATION
BULLETIN
INTO MANUAL

Page SB-1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page SB-2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

Subject Page Date Subject Page Date

Title Page T-1 Sep 15/01 Schematics and 2003 Sep 15/01
T-2 Sep 15/01 Wiring Diagrams 2004 Sep 15/01
(continued) 2005 Sep 15/01
Record of Revisions RR-1 Sep 15/01 2006 Sep 15/01
RR-2 Sep 15/01
Disassembly 3001 Sep 15/01
Record of Temporary TR-1 Sep 15/01 3002 Sep 15/01
Revisions TR-2 Sep 15/01
Cleaning 4001 Sep 15/01
Service Bulletin List SB-1 Sep 15/01 4002 Sep 15/01
SB-2 Sep 15/01
Inspection/Check 5001 Sep 15/01
List of Effective Pages LEP-1 Sep 15/01 5002 Sep 15/01
LEP-2 Sep 15/01
Repair 6001 Sep 15/01
Table of Contents TOC-1 Sep 15/01 6002 Sep 15/01
TOC-2 Sep 15/01 6003 Sep 15/01
6004 Sep 15/01
Introduction Intro-1 Sep 15/01 6005 Sep 15/01
Intro-2 Sep 15/01 6006 Sep 15/01
Intro-3 Sep 15/01
Intro-4 Sep 15/01 Assembly 7001 Sep 15/01
7002 Sep 15/01
Description and 1 Sep 15/01
Operation 2 Sep 15/01 Special Tools, Fixtures, 9001 Sep 15/01
3 Sep 15/01 Equipment and 9002 Sep 15/01
4 Sep 15/01 Consumables
5 Sep 15/01
6 Sep 15/01 Illustrated Parts List 10001 Sep 15/01
7 Sep 15/01 10002 Sep 15/01
8 Sep 15/01 10003 Sep 15/01
9 Sep 15/01 10004 Sep 15/01
10 Sep 15/01 10005 Sep 15/01
10006 Sep 15/01
10007 Sep 15/01
Testing and 1001 Sep 15/01
10008 Sep 15/01
Fault Isolation 1002 Sep 15/01
10009 Sep 15/01
1003 Sep 15/01
10010 Sep 15/01
1004 Sep 15/01
10011 Sep 15/01
1005 Sep 15/01
10012 Sep 15/01
1006 Sep 15/01
10013 Sep 15/01
10014 Sep 15/01
Schematics and 2001 Sep 15/01
10015 Sep 15/01
Wiring Diagrams 2002 Sep 15/01
10016 Sep 15/01

Page LEP-1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page LEP-2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Subject Page

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intro-1
1. Scope. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intro-1
2. Product Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intro-1
3. Usage Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intro-1
4. Abbreviations and Unit Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intro-2
Description and Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1. Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2. Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
3. Technical Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Testing and Fault Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1001
1. General 1001
2. Functional Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1001
3. Fault Isolation Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1004
Schematics and Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2001
Disassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3001
1. General 3001
2. Disassembly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3001
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4001
1. General 4001
2. Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4001
3. Cleaning Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4001
Inspection/Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5001
1. General 5001
2. Component Inspection/Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5001
Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6001
1. General 6001
2. PCB Handling Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6001
3. Touch-up or Reapply Conformal Coating on PCB Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6003
4. Replace or Install Bonded Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6005
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7001
1. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7001
2. Assembly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7001

Fits and Clearances (Not Applicable)


Special Tools, Fixtures, Equipment and Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9001
Illustrated Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10001
1. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10001
2. Scope of Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10001
3. Equipment Designation Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10001
4. Numerical Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10001
5. Explanation of Detail Parts List Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10002

Page TOC-1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

TABLE OF CONTENTS
(continued)
Subject Page

6. Manufacturers Names and Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10004

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure Title Page

1 Attendant Control Panel Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2


2 Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2001 Wiring Diagram - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2002
6001 Insert Installation With Potting Compound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6005
IPL 1 Panel Assy, Attendant Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10008
IPL 2 PCB Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10012
IPL 3 PCB Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10014

LIST OF TABLES
Table Title Page

1 Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3


2 Technical Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1001 Test Equipment and Materials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1001
1002 Fault Isolation Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1005
4001 Cleaning Tools and Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4002
5001 Inspection/Check Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5001
6001 Repair Tools and Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6001
9001 Special Tools, Fixtures and Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9001
9002 Consumables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9002

Page TOC-2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

INTRODUCTION
1. Scope

This Component Maintenance Manual (CMM) contains maintenance instructions and lists
replacement parts for the Atendant Control Panel Assembly.

2. Product Support Services

Replacement parts, technical publications, and other product support services are available from
C& D Aerospace. Please contact:

C&D AEROSPACE Telephone: (714) 523-9977


14 Centerpointe Dr. FAX: (714) 523-0995
La Palma, California 90623
USA
(V56135)

Recommendations concerning changes or improvements to this publication should be directed to:

C&D BRASIL LTDA. Telephone: (55 12) 3954-0704


Attention: Technical Publications Department FAX: (55 12) 3958-3301
Av. Getlio Dorneles Vargas, 3000
Jardim Marcondes - Jacare - SP
CEP: 12305-010 - Brasil

3. Usage Guide

A. Refer to the TABLE OF CONTENTS to find the applicable maintenance procedures or


other data.

(1) DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION describes the purpose, primary components,


operation, and technical properties of the control panel.

(2) TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION contains test and fault isolation procedures.

(3) SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS contains wiring diagrams illustration.

(4) DISASSEMBLY contains special procedures to disassemble the control panel for
repair or part replacement.

(5) CLEANING contains procedures to clean the components of the control panel.

(6) CHECK contains procedures to check parts for wear and damage.

Page Intro-1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100
(7) REPAIR contains procedures to replace potted inserts, replace bonded components,
and make other repairs.

(8) ASSEMBLY contains special procedures to assemble control panel.

(9) SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, AND EQUIPMENT describes the recommended


special tools, fixtures, and test equipment.

(10) ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST contains the data needed to order replacement parts. An
equipment designator index, a numerical index, and exploded-view illustrations keyed
to the parts lists are provided to help find and identify the parts. The introduction gives
more data.

B. The sections contain a table of recommended tools and materials, when applicable.
Equivalent items can be used.

C. The procedures in this manual follow the specifications utilized during production and are
thereby shop verified.

4. Abbreviations and Unit Symbols

Abbreviations and unit symbols used in this manual are defined below. All weights and
measurements are given first in English standard units followed by the metric equivalent in
parentheses.

Symbol/ Symbol/
Abbr. Term Abbr. Term
Degree INSTL Installation
Ohms IC Intergrated Circuit
Plus or Minus IPL Illustrated Parts List
(+) Positive charge kg Kilogram
() Negative charge kPag Kilopascal - Gage
Not Illustrated LED Light Emitting Diode
AC Alternating Current LH Left-Hand
ALT Alternate MEK Methyl-Ethyl-Ketone
AR As Required NHA Next Higher Assembly
ASSY Assembly NO. Number
ATA Air Transport Association PN Part Number
AWG Average Wire Gage PCB Printed Circuit Board
BFE Buyer Furnished Equipment psig Pound per Square Inch - Gage
BRT Bright REPLCD Replaced
C degrees Celsius REPLCS Replaces
CAGE Commercial And Government REV Revision
CB Circuit Breaker RF Reference
cm Centimeter (1 cm = 0.394 inch) RH Right-Hand
CMM Component Maintenance Manual SUPSDS Supersedes

Page Intro-2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Symbol/ Symbol/
Abbr. Term Abbr. Term
EFF Effectivity SB Service Bulletin
ESD Electro Static Discharge SUPSD Superseded
F degrees Fahrenheit V Vendor
FIG. Figure UUT Unit Under Test
FWD Forward VDA Volts Alternating Current
Hz Hertz VDC Volts Direct Current
Vrm Voltage, Root Mean Square

Page Intro-3
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY BLANK

Page Intro-4
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

1. Description

A. The primary components of the control panel are shown in Figure 1. The control panel is
mounted on the windscreen, the LH wardrobe assembly, or the emergency stowage unit.
The control panel provides a central location to operate the passenger cabin emergency
lights, attendant call indicator, cabin light switches, Passenger Service Unit (PSU) controls,
and cabin temperature control. The control panels, part numbers 7287100-503 and -505
include a main door control.

B. The control panel is equipped with an electrical connector (J2) that connects to the wiring
harness receptacle P8900. The J2 connector is mounted on the PCB board assembly that
contains the switches, indicators, and control circuits. The switch membrane is mounted
over the PCB assembly and is attached to the base. The PCB Assembly is completely
enclosed within the base to protect the circuits from corrosion and contamination.

2. Operation

The operation of control panel individual circuits are described below. Controls and indicators
are shown in Figure 2 and with functional descriptions given in Table 1. A wiring diagram for the
control panels is provided in SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS, Figure 2001.

A. EMER LTS (1, Figure 2) Switches and Indicators

The emergency light switch has two (2) positions, NORM to set the emergency lights for
normal operation and ON to turn the emergency lights on. When the switch is in the NORM
position, the emergency lighting system functions as a normal part of the aircraft cabin
lighting system and the NORM indicator (7287100-501 only) will light. When the switch is
in the ON position, the emergency lights are on and the ON indicator will light.

B. ATTD CALL (2, Figure 2) Indicators

The attendant call indicators will light when the attendant call button is pressed from either
the lavatory (LAV) or the passenger area (PA or PAX). A chime will sound when the call
button is pushed to alert the flight attendant to the area of the call. The PSU call indicator(s)
are reset with the CALL RESET switch.

C. CABIN LTS (3, Figure 2) Switches

The cabin lights are comprised of the CEILING lights and the SIDEWALL lights. The ceiling
and sidewall lights can both be turned ON or OFF and dimmed (DIM) or brightened (BRT).

D. PSU (4, Figure 2) Switch

The PSU switches are CALL RESET, PSU TEST, and PSU RESET. The CALL RESET
switch is used to clear the illuminated flight attendant call indicators located at the lavatory
and the passenger area. The PSU TEST switch tests all the lamps on the PSUs. The PSU

Page 1
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Attendant Control Panel Assembly


Figure 1

Page 2
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

TEST switch will be used by ground service to located burned out indicator lamps. The PSU
RESET switch is used to reset the PSUs to the default settings.

E. CABIN TEMP CONTROL ON (5, Figure 2) Potentiometer

The cabin environmental control can be adjusted in a range of COLD/HOT with the use of
the slide control knob. When the aircraft environmental control system is operating, the ON
indicator will light.

F. DOOR (6, Figure 2) Switch and Indicator (PN 7287100-503 and -505 only)

The main DOOR lock can be disengaged to close with the CLOSE switch. The BLOCKED
indicator will light if the main door is jammed or blocked from closing.

3. Technical Properties

Technical properties of the control panel assembly are given in Table 2.


Controls and Indicators
Table 1 (Sheet 1 of 2)

Figure 2 Control /
Item No. Indicator Position Function

1 EMER LTS ON switch Turns the cabin emergency lights on.

OFF switch Places the emergency lighting system in nor-


mal operation for cabin lights.

NORM indicator Indicates that the emergency lights are in a


normal operating mode.

ON indicator Indicates that the emergency lights are on.

2 ATTD CALL LAV indicator Indicator will light if the lavatory attendant call
button is pressed; chime will sound.

PA indicator Indicator will light if a call button is pressed in


the passenger area; chime will sound.

3 CABIN LTS CEILING ON/OFF Operates cabin ceiling lights on or off.


switch

CEILING DIM/BRT Brightens or dims the ceiling lights.


switch

SIDEWALL ON/OFF Operates sidewall ceiling lights on or off.


switch

SIDEWALL Brightens or dims the sidewall lights.


DIM/BRT switch

Page 3
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Controls and Indicators


Table 1 (Sheet 2)

Figure 2 Control /
Item No. Indicator Position Function

4 PSU CALL RESET switch Resets the PSU and lavatory attendant call
indicators.

PSU TEST switch Press-to-test the PSU lights to check for


burned out lamps.

PSU RESET switch Resets the PSU indicators and switches to


default settings.

5 CABIN TEMP ON indicator Indicates that the aircraft environmental control


CONTROL ON system is on.

COLD Slide knob to cool the cabin ambient tempera-


ture (environmental control must be on).

HOT Slide knob to heat the cabin ambient tempera-


ture (environmental control must be on).

6 DOOR CLOSE switch Disengages the main door lock to allow the
door to close.

BLOCKED indicator Indicates that the main door is jammed or


obstructed (blocked) from closing.

Page 4
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SWITCH MEMBRANE
FOR P/N 7287100-501

Controls and Indicators


Figure 2 (Sheet 1 of 5)

Page 5
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SWITCH MEMBRANE
FOR P/N 7287100-503

Controls and Indicators


Figure 2 (Sheet 2)

Page 6
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SWITCH MEMBRANE
FOR P/N 7287100-505

Controls and Indicators


Figure 2 (Sheet 3)

Page 7
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SWITCH MEMBRANE
FOR P/N 7287100-507

Controls and Indicators


Figure 2 (Sheet 4)

Page 8
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SWITCH MEMBRANE
FOR P/N 7287100-509

Controls and Indicators


Figure 2 (Sheet 5)

Page 9
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Technical Properties
Table 2

Property Source (CAGE)*

Description

Manufacturer C&D Aerospace (CAGE V56135)

Part Numbers 7287100-501, -503, -505, -507, and -509,

Nomenclature Attendant Control Panel Assembly

Connector Interface M24308/2-3F (P8900)


mates with DBM25PD (V71468)

Dimensions

PN 7287100-501
Height 6.05 inches (15,37 CM)
Width 5.00 inches (12,70 CM)
Depth 0.73 inches (1,85 CM)

PN 7287100-503, -505, -507, and -509


Height 7.25 inches (18,42 CM)
Width 5.25 inches (13,34 CM)
Depth 1.50 inches (3,81 CM)

Page 10
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION


1. General

A. This section contains test and fault isolation procedures. The tests are designed for off the
aircraft testing.

B. The recommended test equipment and materials are given in Table 1001.

NOTE: Equivalent items can be used.

C. The wiring diagram is given in figure 2001.

2. Functional Tests

WARNING: ELECTRICAL POWER CAN CAUSE SEVERE SHOCK AND BURNS. AVOID
CONTACT WITH ENERGIZED CIRCUITS. FOLLOW STANDARD ELECTRICAL
SAFETY PROCEDURES.

A. Test Setup

(1) Connect the 28 VDC power supply (Table 1001) to the test box (Table 1001). Ensure
the power supply is off.

(2) Connect the test box connector P1 to the control panel connector J2.

(3) Turn the 28 VDC power supply on.

B. EMER LTS Circuit Test

(1) Place the test set switch S3 in the ON position.

(2) Place the control panel EMER LTS ON/OFF switch in the ON position.

The control panel ON indicator must come on.

Test Equipment and Materials


Table 1001

Part or Specification Source (CAGE)*


Nomenclature Number

Multimeter, Digital Model 8060A Fluke Mfg. Co. (V89536)

Power Supply, 28 VDC,300 Watts Commercially Available


Test Box 7397002-501 C&D Aerospace (V56135)

* Refer to the IPL, paragraph 6 for the address.

Page 1001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100
(3) Place the control panel EMER LTS ON/OFF switch in the OFF position.

The control panel NORM indicator must come on.

(4) Place the test set switch S3 in the OFF position.

The test set LEDs D18 and D19 must go off.

C. ATTD CALL Circuit Test

(1) Place the test set switch S4 in the ON position.

The control panel LAV indicator must come on.

(2) Place the test set switch S4 in the OFF position.

The control panel LAV indicator must go off.

(3) Place the test set switch S5 in the ON position.

The control panel PA indicator must come on.

(4) Place the test set switch S5 in the OFF position.

The control panel PA indicator must go off.

D. CABIN LTS Circuit Test

(1) Press then release the control panel CEILING ON/OFF switch.

The test set LED D1 must come on then go off.

(2) Press then release the control panel CEILING BRT/DIM switch.

The test set LED D7 must come on then go off.

(3) Press then release the control panel SIDEWALL ON/OFF switch.

The test set LED D3 must come on then go off.

(4) Press then release the control panel SIDEWALL BRT/DIM switch.

The test set LED D4 must come on then go off.

E. PSU Circuit Test

(1) Press then release the control panel CALL RESET switch.

Page 1002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

The test set LED D6 must come on then go off.

(2) Press then release the control panel PSU TEST switch.

The test set LED D5 must come on then go off.

The test set LEDs D15, D16, D17, D18, D19 and D20 must come on.

(3) Press then release the control panel PSU RESET switch.

The test set LED D4 must come on then go off.

F. CABIN TEMP CONTROL ON Circuit Test

(1) Place the test set switch S1 in the ON position.

The control panel CABIN TEMP CONTROL ON indicator must come.

(2) Place the test set switch S1 in the OFF position.

The control panel CABIN TEMP CONTROL ON indicator must go off.

(3) Slide the control panel temperature control knob to the left most position (labeled
COLD).

(4) Use the multimeter to measure the resistance between test set test points TP1 and
TP2.

The resistance must be 10K ohms 20%.

(5) Slide the control panel temperature control knob to the right toward HOT.

The resistance must decrease as the knob move to the right.

(6) Place the control knob in the right most position (labeled HOT).

(7) Use the multimeter to measure the resistance between test set test points TP1 and
TP2.

The resistance must be zero (0) ohms.

G. DOOR Circuit Test

(1) Press and hold the main door CLOSE switch on the control panel.

The test set LED D29 must come on.

Page 1003
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

(2) Release the main door CLOSE switch.

The test set LED D29 must go off.

(3) Place the test set switch S2 in the ON position.

The control panel door BLOCKED indicator must come on.

(4) Place the test set switch S2 in the OFF position.

The control panel door BLOCKED indicator must go off.

H. Post Test Procedure

(1) Turn off the power supply.

(2) Disconnect the test set wire harness from the control panel.

(3) Install the dust cap (60, IPL Figure 2 or 3) on the control panel electrical connector
J2 (50).

3. Fault Isolation Procedures

Fault isolation procedures are given in Table 1002.

Page 1004
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Fault Isolation Procedures


Table 1002 (Sheet 1 of 2)

Trouble Probable Cause Corrective Action

EMER LTS Circuit Test

EMER LTS NORM/ON switch Damaged connector J2 (50, IPL Repair/replace.


fails test and NORM or Figure 2 and 90, IPL Figure 3) or
ON indicator does not light
mate connector P8900.

Damaged switch membrane (10, Replace.


10A, 10B, 10C, or 10D, IPL Fig-
ure 1).( NORM/ON switch only)

Damaged PCB assembly (50, Replace PCB assembly.


50A, or -50B, IPL Figure 1).
ATTD CALL Circuit Test

LAV or PA (PAX) indicator does Damaged connector J2 (50, IPL Replace/repair.


not light Figures 2 and 90, IPL Figure 3)
or mate connector P8900.

Damaged PCB assembly (50, Replace PCB assembly.


50A, or -50B, IPL Figure 1).

CABIN LTS Circuit Test

ON/OFF or BRT/DIM switch Damaged connector J2 (50, IPL Repair/replace.


fails test Figures 2 and 90, IPL Figure 3)
or mate connector P8900.

Damaged switch membrane (10, Replace.


10A, 10B, 10C, or 10D, IPL
Figure 1).

Damaged PCB assembly (50, Replace PCB assembly.


50A, or -50B).

PSU Circuit Test

CALL RESET, PSU TEST, or Damaged connector J2 (50, IPL Repair/replace.


PSU RESET switch fails test Figures 2 and 90, IPL Figure 3)
or mate connector P8900.

Damaged switch membrane (10, Replace.


10A, 10B, 10C, or 10D, IPL
Figure 1).

Damaged PCB assembly (50, Replace PCB assembly.


50A, or -50B, IPL Figure 1).

Page 1005
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Fault Isolation Procedures


Table 1002 (Sheet 2)

CABIN TEMP CONTROL ON Circuit Test

COLD/HOT potentiometer Damaged connector J2 (50, IPL Replace.


resistance is not within test Figures 2 and 90, IPL Figure 3)
requirements or mate connector P8900.

Damaged PCB assembly (50, Replace PCB assembly.


50A, or -50B, IPL Figure 1).

DOOR Circuit Test

CLOSE switch fails test Damaged connector J2 (50, IPL Repair/replace.


Figures 2 and 90, IPL Figure 3)
or mate connector P8900.

Damaged switch membrane (10, Replace.


10A, 10B, 10C, and 10D IPL
Figure 1).

Damaged PCB assembly (50, Replace PCB assembly.


50A, or -50B, IPL Figure 1).

DOOR Circuit Test


BLOCKED indicator does not Damaged connector J2 (50, IPL Repair/replace.
light Figures 2 and 90, IPL Figure 3)
or mate connector P8900.

Damaged PCB assembly (50, Replace PCB assembly.


50A, or -50B, IPL Figure 1).

Page 1006
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SCHEMATICS AND WIRING DIAGRAMS

REV DESCRIPTION OF REVISION AND SERVICE


SHEET EFFECTIVITY
CODE REASON FOR CHANGE BULLETIN

Wiring Diagram - Attd Ctrl Panel, PN 7287100


Figure 2001 (Sheet 1 of 5)

Page 2001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

7287115-1 Wiring Diagram - Attd Ctrl Panel, PN 7287100-501


REV D
Figure 2001 (Sheet 2)

Page 2002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

7287115-3
REV D Wiring Diagram - Attd Ctrl Panel, PN 7287100-503 and -505
Figure 2001 (Sheet 3)

Page 2003
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

7287115-7 Wiring Diagram - Attd Ctrl Panel, PN 7287100-507


REV D
Figure 2001 (Sheet 4)

Page 2004
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

7287115-9 Wiring Diagram - Attd Ctrl Panel, PN 7287100-509


REV D
Figure 2001 (Sheet 5)

Page 2005
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page 2006
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

DISASSEMBLY

1. General

A. This section contains special instructions and notes needed to prevent damage to
components and possible injury during disassembly of the control panel.

B. To use this section, first refer to TESTING AND FAULT ISOLATION and INSPECTION/
CHECK to identify the damaged and worn parts. Then refer to paragraph 2, below, for any
special disassembly instructions.

C. Refer to REPAIR to replace all bonded components, adhesive-backed placards, electrical


wiring, and potted inserts. Remove the attaching parts given in the IPL to remove all other
components.

D. No special tools or fixtures are needed to disassemble the control panel. Refer to REPAIR
for adhesives and potting compounds.

NOTE: The disassembly sequence can be changed.

2. Disassembly Procedures

NOTE: C&D Aerospace recommends that the PCB assemblies (50, 50A and -50B,
IPL Figure 1) be returned to C&D Aerospace for repair by technicians familiar with the
layout and function of the boards. PCB assemblies repaired at facilities other than C&D
Aerospace voids any warranty.

All work on the control panel must be done at an electronics work bench. Refer to
REPAIR for general handling instructions and work bench requirements.

WARNING: AVOID INJURIES TO PERSONNEL WHILE SERVICING THE EQUIPMENT BY


ENSURING THAT ALL POWER HAS BEEN REMOVED. MAINTENANCE MAY
ONLY BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.

CAUTION: THE PCB ASSEMBLIES CONTAIN ESD SENSITIVE DEVICES.


HANDLE THE PCB ASSEMBLIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATIC CONTROL
PROCEDURES TO PREVENT COMPONENT DAMAGE. REFER TO
REPAIR FOR GENERAL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS.

REMOVE THE DUST CAPS (60, IPL FIGURE 2 AND 100, IPL FIGURE 3) FROM
THE CONNECTOR ONLY WHEN NECESSARY FOR MAINTENANCE. THE
DUST CAPS SHOULD BE LEFT ON AT ALL OTHER TIMES TO PREVENT
DAMAGE AND CORROSION.

A. Attendant Control Panel Assy (-1 thru -1D, IPL Figure 1).

(1) Remove the knob (5).

Page 3001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

(2) 7287100-501. Remove the screws (20) that secure the switch membrane (10) to the
base assembly (100).

(3) 7287100-503 thru -509. Remove the switch membrane (10A, -10B, -10C or -10D) from
the base assembly (100A).

(4) 7287100-503 thru -509. Remove the screws (40) that secure the studs (30) to the
switch membrane (10A, -10B, -10C or -10D).

(5) Follow the ESD handling instructions given in REPAIR and remove the nuts (60), the
washers (70) and the screws (80) that secure the PCB assembly (50, 50A or -50B).

(6) Remove the slide lock post kit (110) that secures the PCB assembly (50, 50A or -50B)
connector to the base assembly (100 or 100A).

(7) Remove the silicone gasket (90 and 90A) from the base assembly (100 or 100A).

Page 3002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

CLEANING
1. General

A. This section provides cleaning instructions for passenger cabin interior equipment made by
C&D Aerospace. Correct use of the materials and equipment will provide acceptable
cleaning, minimize hazards to personnel, and prevent possible damage to the equipment.

NOTE: The companies that make the cleaning materials can change the formula.
Therefore, always follow the instructions given on the container. The instructions
to mix and use the cleaning materials, given on or provided with the container,
supersede the instructions given here.

B. The recommended cleaning materials are given in Table 4001.

NOTE: Equivalent items can be used.

2. Safety Precautions

A. All cleaning materials have some hazard related to their use. Follow the safety warnings
given below to make sure personnel are safe and to prevent damage to the equipment.

WARNING: ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL IS VERY FLAMMABLE AND CAN IRRITATE YOUR


EYES AND NOSE. USE ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL ONLY IN WELL VENTILATED
AREAS AWAY FROM OPEN FLAMES. FLUSH IRRITATED EYES WITH WATER.

WEAR SAFETY GOGGLES OR GLASSES WHEN YOU USE COMPRESSED


AIR. POINT THE AIR STREAM AWAY FROM OTHER PEOPLE.
CAUTION: THE PCB ASSEMBLIES CONTAIN ESD SENSITIVE DEVICES. REFER
TO REPAIR FOR GENERAL HANDLING PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT
COMPONENT DAMAGE.

3. Cleaning Procedures

A. Use clean cotton swabs and isopropyl alcohol to clean the PCB assemblies and electrical/
electronic components. Wipe the components dry with clean, lint-free cloths or blow dry with
clean shop air at less than 20 psig (140 kPag) pressure.

B. Clean all other components in a sonic bath or use lint-free cloths and solvent. Use a
nonmetallic, stiff-bristle brush if necessary to scrub the parts. Dry the parts with clean,
lint-free cloths or clean compressed air at less than 20 psig (140 kPag) pressure.

C. Store the PCB assemblies in antistatic shipping bags in accordance with the handling
instructions given in REPAIR until they are needed for check and assembly. Store all other
components in clean plastic bags or on clean, lint-free cloths.

Page 4001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Table 4001. Cleaning Tools and Materials

Nomenclature Part or Source (CAGE)*


Specification Number
Alcohol, Isopropyl Federal Specification Commercially Available
TT-I-735
Brush, Stiff-Bristle, Federal Specification Commercially Available
Nonmetallic H-B-1490
Cloth, Lint-Free Military Specification Commercially Available
MIL-C-85043
Goggles, Safety Commercially Available
Swab, Cotton Commercially Available
Tank or Shop Compressed Commercially Available
Air, 20 psig (140 kPag)
* Refer to the IPL, paragraph 6, for the address.

Page 4002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100
INSPECTION/CHECK
1. General

A. Refer to paragraph 2 to visually examine the components of the control panel for damage
and wear.

B. Refer to REPAIR to repair minor damage. If the damage is major or beyond simple repair,
replace the part.

2. Component Inspection/Checks

Component checks of the stowage assemblies are given in Table 5001.

Check Procedures
Table 5001
Component Check For Corrective Action
IPL Figure 1
Attendant Control Panel Cracked, punctured, or Replace.
Assembly separated lamination on
switch membrane.
Corroded or damage PCB Refer to CLEANING to remove
assembly. corrosion; Replace if damaged.
Deteriorated, cracked, or Replace.
damaged silicone gasket.
IPL Figure 2
PCB Assy Bent, broken, or missing J1 Refer to CLEANING to remove
connector contacts. corrosion; Replace if damaged.
Electrical Components Cut or cracked insulation on Repair/Replace.
the electrical wires or
components; burns, or other
electrical damage; corroded
or damaged contacts or
connectors.
IPL Figure 3
PCB Assy Bent, broken, or missing J1 Refer to CLEANING to remove
connector contacts. corrosion; Replace if damaged.
Electrical Components Cut or cracked insulation on Repair/Replace.
the electrical wires or
components; burns, or other
electrical damage; corroded
or damaged contacts or
connectors.

Page 5001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page 5002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

REPAIR
1. General

A. This section contains procedures to replace or install bonded components, replace


damaged wiring, and make the other general repairs given below.

Paragraph Repair Action


2 PCB handling instructions
3 Touch-up or reapply conformal coating on PCB assemblies
4 Replace or install bonded components

B. The recommended tools and materials are given in Table 6001.

NOTE: Equivalent items can be used.

C. All work must be done at an electrostatic discharge (ESD) safe work bench. Refer to
paragraph 2, below, for general ESD handling instructions and work bench requirements.
No other special tools or equipment are required.

2. PCB Handling Instructions

NOTE: The component contains electronic components that can be damaged by ESD and
rough handling. The general handling precautions and instructions given below will help
minimize or eliminate possible damage.

WARNING: THE COMPONENT CONTAINS HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS WHICH CAN


CAUSE DEATH OR SEVERE SHOCK. FOLLOW SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO
PREVENT INJURY.

CAUTION: THE PCB ASSEMBLIES CONTAIN ESD SENSITIVE DEVICES. HANDLE THE
PCB ASSEMBLIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATIC CONTROL PROCEDURES
TO PREVENT COMPONENT DAMAGE.

THE COMPONENT CONTAINS SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS


THAT CAN BE DAMAGED BY ROUGH HANDLING AND EXPOSURE TO HIGH
HUMIDITY, WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS, CIGARETTE SMOKE, AND OTHER
CONTAMINATION. USE THE COMPONENT IN AN ENVIRONMENT SUITABLE
FOR ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND HANDLE THE UNIT WITH CARE TO
PREVENT DAMAGE.

A. If liquid or grease is spilled on or in the component, immediately remove power and wipe
off the liquid or grease. Do not touch the component until power has been removed.

Page 6001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100
B. All ICs, surface mounted devices, and many other semiconductors are susceptible to ESD.
Careless handling during repair can drastically decrease the component life.

Repair Tools and Materials


Table 6001

Nomenclature Part or Source (CAGE)*


Specification Number
Abrasive Cloth, Aluminum Federal Specification Commercially Available
Oxide, Medium Grit P-C-451
Adhesives Epibond 1210-A (Resin) Ciba-Geigy (V01684)
(alternate source listed) 9615-B (Hardener)

L-301-A (Resin) J.D. Lincoln, Inc. (V0K9V8)


L-301-B (Hardener)

Versilok 506 Lord Corp. (V30676)


Accelerator No. 4
Alcohol, Isopropyl Federal Specification Commercially Available
TT-I-735
Brush, Synthetic Fiber Commercially Available
Conformal Coating, Brush Military Specification Commercially Available
Application MIL-I-46058, Class C, Type
UR
(Humiseal 1A33)
Sealant Gun, Pneumatic Model 250 Products Research Inc. (V5P793)
Solvent, Methyl-Ethyl- Federal Specification Commercially available
Ketone(MEK) TT-M-261
Thinner, Humiseal Humiseal No. 33 Commercially available
Ultraviolet Light, Black Commercially available

* Refer to the IPL, paragraph 6, for the address.

Page 6002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

C. When handling ESD sensitive devices, work at an ESD safe work bench. The work bench
should include:

(1) A grounded conductive sheet covering the bench work area.

(2) A grounded wrist strap in contact with skin.

(3) If the chair or the floor is nonconducting, the chair must have a ground strap.

(4) ESD safe tools and equipment. Use plastic instead of metal tools where possible to
prevent short circuits.

D. Store the PCB assemblies in protective antistatic shipping bags until ready for use. Do not
store the PCB assemblies in conventional plastic snow, Styrofoam, or plastic trays.

E. Once removed from the bags, PCB assemblies must be handled in accordance with static
control procedures. The preferred method is to handle PCB assemblies with clean lint-free
cloths or rubber gloves only on the edge of the board. If gloves or cloths are not available,
wash your hands to remove oils and handle the boards only on the edges; do not touch the
conductive patterns or components.

F. Do not stack PCB assemblies. Stacking can damage surface mounted components.

G. The work station must be clean. To prevent contamination of PCB assemblies, there must
be no smoking, eating, or drinking in the work area.

3. Touch-up or Reapply Conformal Coating on PCB Assemblies

NOTE: Touch-up or reapply the conformal coating (Table 6001) on the PCB assemblies as
given below. Refer to DISASSEMBLY if necessary to access the PCB assembly.

WARNING: CONFORMAL COATING CAN IRRITATE YOUR EYES AND NOSE.


ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL IS VOLATILE AND FLAMMABLE. APPLY THE
MATERIALS ONLY IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA AWAY FROM OPEN
FLAMES. FLUSH IRRITATED EYES WITH WATER.

CAUTION: THE WORK AREA AND BRUSH MUST BE CLEAN TO PREVENT


CONTAMINATION.

A. Clean the PCB assembly and remove any damaged conformal coating material, as follows:

(1) Use a stiff bristle brush, plastic blade, or an equivalent tool to remove loose particles,
ridges of coating material, and other defects in the conformal coating. The coated
areas must have no visible blisters, cracking, peeling, pin holes or wrinkles. There
must be no bubbles in contact with or bridging conductive surfaces.

(2) Flood the area with isopropyl alcohol to wash off particles and soluble contamination.

Page 6003
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

(3) Allow the PCB assembly to air dry for 30 minutes.

B. Examine the PCB assemblies under black, ultraviolet light (Table 6001). Identify bare
areas, other than solder connections, where the conformal coating has been worn through
or scraped off.

C. Pour the necessary amount of conformal coating from the sealed container into a
temporary container.

NOTE: The conformal coating must be stored in a sealed container or it will form a skin
of solid material after approximately four hours. The skin can be dissipated by
pouring a 1/16 to 1/8 inch layer of thinner (Table 6001) over the material and
covering the container with a tightly fitting cover.

D. Use a synthetic (not natural) fiber brush (Table 6001) to apply conformal coating material
as needed to cover bare spots, as follows:

NOTE: This step applies conformal coating to the PCB assemblies using a synthetic fiber
brush. This is the preferred method for repairs over aerosol sprays or dipping the
PCB assembly in a dip tank.

(1) Apply the conformal coating material to all nonconductive areas of the PCB assembly,
including both sides of the printed circuit board, all board mounted components and
their leads, and all exposed conductors.

(2) Do not coat electrical and mechanical mating surfaces, such as connector contact
points, screw threads, bearing surfaces, etc. Mask the surfaces and components
before application of the coating material, and carefully remove any tape residue
and other contamination after the material has been applied.

(3) Do not coat the adjustable part of components intended to remain adjustable.

(4) The coating must be 0.001 to 0.003 inch (0.025 to 0.076 mm) thick, when measured
on a flat, unobstructed surface.

E. Examine the coating for coverage, thickness and appearance, as follows:

(1) The coating must be 0.001 to 0.003 inch (0.025 to 0.076 mm) thick, when measured
on a flat, unobstructed surface.

(2) The coated areas must have no visible blisters, cracking, peeling, pin holes or
wrinkles. There must be no bubbles in contact with or bridging conductive surfaces.

(3) Examine the PCB assemblies under black, ultraviolet light (Table 6001). Identify bare
areas that require conformal coating.

F. Reapply conformal coating to cover defective or bare areas, as required.

Page 6004
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

4. Replace or Install Bonded Components

WARNING: THE MEK SOLVENT AND ADHESIVES ARE VERY FLAMMABLE AND CAN
DAMAGE YOUR EYES AND NOSE. USE THE ITEMS ONLY IN WELL
VENTILATED AREAS AWAY FROM OPEN FLAMES. FLUSH IRRITATED EYES
WITH WATER.

A. Remove the loose or damaged components. Abrade all metal surfaces with medium grit
aluminum oxide abrasive cloth (Table 6001).

B. Clean the component and the bonding surface with clean, lint-free cloths and MEK solvent
(Table 601). Wipe the part dry before the solvent evaporates. Wear gloves to handle
cleaned components.

C. Mix the two-part adhesive (resin and hardener, Table 6001) in the approximate mix ratio
given below. Mix no more than can be used within the pot life of the adhesive. Blend the
components fully without stirring too much air into the mixture.

Mix Ratio By Weight Approx. Pot Life


Adhesive Resin Hardener 60 F to 80 F
1210-A/9615B 50/50 60 minutes
L301-A/L301-B 100/50 60 minutes

NOTE: Always follow the instructions given by the manufacturer. The mix ratio may have
changed after publication of this manual. The Versilok adhesive does not need to
be mixed.

D. If Versilok adhesive (Table 6001) is required, coat both surfaces with Accelerator No. 4
(Table 601). Allow the accelerator to dry, which should not take more than 5 minutes at 75
F (24 C).

E. Use the sealant gun (Table 6001) to apply adhesive to the bonding surfaces. The extruded
adhesive bead must be continuous and sufficient to form some squeeze-out when the parts
are assembled.

F. Install the component and feather-edge the squeeze-out to form a small fillet.

G. Remove the excess adhesive with clean, lint-free cloths and the MEK solvent (Table 6001).
Wipe the part dry before the MEK evaporates.

H. Allow the adhesive to cure for 48 hours at 75 F to 80 F (24 C to 27 C), or 2 hours at 150
F to 160 F (55 C to 71 C).

Page 6005
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

I. Touch-up visible bond-line voids with adhesive. Feather smooth the adhesive to avoid too
much build-up. Allow the adhesive to set at least 2 to 3 hours before the assembly is
handled.

Page 6006
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

ASSEMBLY

1. General

A. This section contains special instructions and notes needed to prevent damage to
components and possible injury during assembly of the control panel.

B. Refer to REPAIR to replace all bonded components, adhesive-backed placards, electrical


wiring, and potted inserts. Install the attaching parts given in the IPL after installed all other
components.

C. No special tools or fixtures are needed to assemble the control panel.

2. Assembly Procedures

A. All work on the control panel must be done at an electronics work bench. Refer to REPAIR
for general handling instructions and work bench requirements.

NOTE: C&D Aerospace recommends that the PCB assemblies (50, 50A and -50B,
IPL Figure 1) be returned to C&D Interiors for repair by technicians familiar with the
layout and function of the boards. PCB assemblies repaired at facilities other than C&D
Aerospace voids any warranty.

WARNING: AVOID INJURIES TO PERSONNEL WHILE SERVICING THE EQUIPMENT BY


MAKING SURE THAT ALL POWER HAS BEEN REMOVED. MAINTENANCE
MAY ONLY BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.

CAUTION: THE PCB ASSEMBLIES CONTAIN ESD SENSITIVE DEVICES.


HANDLE THE PCB ASSEMBLIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATIC CONTROL
PROCEDURES TO PREVENT COMPONENT DAMAGE. REFER TO
REPAIR FOR GENERAL HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS.

THE SILICONE GASKET (90 AND 90A) PROVIDES ESD INSULATION AND
MUST BE REPLACED IF DETERIORATED OR DAMAGED DURING REMOVAL/
INSTALLATION OF THE PCB ASSEMBLY (50, 50A OR -50B).

REMOVE THE DUST CAPS (60, IPL FIGURE 2 AND 100, IPL FIGURE 3) FROM
THE CONNECTOR ONLY WHEN NECESSARY FOR MAINTENANCE. THE
DUST CAPS SHOULD BE LEFT ON AT ALL OTHER TIMES TO PREVENT
DAMAGE AND CORROSION.

B. Attendant Control Panel Assy (-1 thru -1D, IPL Figure 1).

(1) Install the silicone gasket (90 and 90A) to the base assembly (100 or 100A).

(2) Follow the ESD handling instructions given in REPAIR and install the nuts (60), the
washers (70) and the screws (80) that secure the PCB assembly (50, 50A or -50B).

Page 7001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

(3) 7287100-503 thru -509. Install the screws (40) that secure the studs (30) to the switch
membrane (10A, -10B, -10C or -10D).

(4) 7287100-503 thru -509. Install the switch membrane (10A, -10B, -10C or -10D) to the
base assembly (100A).

(5) 7287100-501. Install the screws (20) that secure the switch membrane (10) to the
base assembly (100).

(6) Install the slide lock post kit (110) that secures the PCB assembly (50, 50A or -50B)
connector to the base assembly (100 or 100A).

(7) Install the knob (5).

Page 7002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND CONSUMABLES


1. General

The recommended special tools, fixtures, and test equipment are given in Table 9001.

NOTE: Equivalent items can be used.

Special Tools, Fixtures, and Equipment


Table 9001

Part or Source (CAGE)*


Nomenclature Use
Specification Number
Multimeter, Digital Model 8060A Fluke Mfg. Co. To measure circuit
(V89536) continuity.
Power Supply Commercially Power supply for shop
28 VDC available tests.
Sealant Gun, Pneumatic Model 250 Products To apply sealant and
Research Inc. potting compound.
(V5P793)
Tank or Shop Commercially To dry cleaned parts.
Compressed Air, 20 psig available
(140 kPag)
Test Box 7397002-501 C&D Aerospace To test the control
(V56135) circuits of the module.
* Refer to the IPL, paragraph 6, for the address.

Page 9001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page 9002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST

1. General

This section lists, describes, and illustrates all component assemblies, subassemblies, and
parts required for maintenance of the Attendant Control Panel Assembly.

2. Scope of Information

A. General

Each assembly is listed and immediately followed by a listing of its detail parts. The listing
is indentured to show the relationship between each part and its next higher assembly. Item
numbers in the parts list correspond to the item numbers of the accompanying illustration
(figure).

B. How to Identify a Part

(1) When the part number is known: Find the part number in the numerical index and note
the figure and item number. Find the item number in the applicable parts list and
illustration to get the necessary information.

(2) When the part number is not known: Review the illustrations to identify the part by
physical appearance and location. Refer to the accompanying parts list to get the part
number, nomenclature, effectivity, and quantity.

(3) The effectivity code shows the part usage relative to the next higher assembly. When
the EFFECTIVITY CODE column is blank, the part usage applies to all next-higher-
assembly versions unless otherwise specified in the NOMENCLATURE column.

3. Equipment Designator Index

The Equipment Designator Index is an aid to find the parts in the Detail Parts List by equipment
designator. The equipment designator, the part number, the figure number, and the item number
are given for each entry.

The equipment designator are sorted one character at a time, from left to right. The correct
sequence is (1) dash, (2) letters A through Z, and (3) numerals 0 through 9.

4. Numerical Index

The Numerical Index is an aid to find parts in the Detail Parts List by part number. The figure
number, the item number, and the total quantity required are given for each entry.

The part numbers are sorted one character at a time, from left to right. The correct sequence is
(1) dash, (2) letters A through Z, and (3) numerals 0 through 9.

Page 10001
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

5. Explanation of Detail Parts List Entries

The Detail Parts List is arranged in general sequence of disassembly. The parts are illustrated
in an exploded-view illustration and listed in the related parts list.

A. FIG. ITEM Column

(1) The first number at the top of each FIG. ITEM column is the figure number of the
exploded-view illustration. The number given opposite each part number is the item
number assigned to the part in the illustration.

(2) A dash (-) in front of an item number means the part is not illustrated.

(3) Alpha-variants A through Z (except I and O) are assigned to item numbers when
necessary to identify added parts, alternate parts, and parts modified by service
bulletins.

B. PART NUMBER Column

This column gives the part number of the manufacturer for each part, as modified to meet
the requirements of ATA 200/2000. The modifications can include:

(1) Removal of blank spaces and special characters, with the possible exception of
dashes. Dashes are permitted only between numeric characters.

(2) Insertion of a reference part number compatible with ATA 200/2000 if the part number
is longer than 15 characters. In these cases, the full part number is given in the
NOMENCLATURE column.

C. INDENTure Column

The indenture column is used to shows the relationship of one part to another as found on
the original engineering drawings. A typical indenture relationship is as follows:

0 End Item or Major Assembly


1 Detail Parts for End Item or Major Assembly
2 Subassemblies
ATTACHING PARTS
2 Attaching Parts for Subassemblies
---*---
3 Detail Part for Subassemblies
ATTACHING PARTS
3 Attaching Parts for Detail Parts
---*---

Page 10002
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

D. NOMENCLATURE Column

(1) This column contains descriptive nomenclature for each part, and can also give the
CAGE code of the manufacturer (if the part is not made by C&D Interiors), the part
number (if it is longer than 15 digits or modified to ATA 200/2000), any service bulletin
that affect the part, and any obsolete part numbers. The column also provides figure
references for NHA and details, and additional descriptive information as required.

(2) Assemblies, subassemblies, and detail parts subjected to modification, deletion,


addition, or replacement by an issued service bulletin are annotated to indicate both
the pre- and post-service bulletin configurations. The term (PRE SB XXXX) in the
NOMENCLATURE column identifies the original configuration, and the term (POST
SB XXXX) identifies assemblies and parts after the modification has been completed.

(3) The terms defined below are used when applicable to indicate the interchangeability
of parts.

Term Abbreviation Definition


Alternate ALT The listed part is alternate to and
interchangeable with other parts within the
same item number variant group or other
item numbers if designated.

Superseded By SUPSD BY The part is superseded by and is not


interchangeable with the item number
designated in the notation.

Supersedes SUPSDS The part supersedes and is not


interchangeable with the item number
designated in the notation.

Replaced By REPLCD BY The part is replaced by and is


interchangeable with the item number
designated in the notation.

Replaces REPLCS The part replaces and is interchangeable


with the item number designated in the
notation.

E. EFF CODE Column

This column contains effectivity codes (A, B, etc.) to indicate the alternate models or
configurations of the end items to which the parts apply. This column is left blank when the
parts apply to all models or configurations in the parts list. When an asterisk (*) is used, the
part is contained in a kit which is listed at the end of the detail parts lists.

Page 10003
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

F. UNITS PER ASSY Column

The quantity shown in this column is the units required for one next higher assembly (NHA).
The abbreviation RF (reference) means the end item or assembly is shown completely
assembled in the figure referenced in the NOMENCLATURE column.

6. Manufacturer Names and Addresses

The CAGE codes for the manufacturers of the parts, special tools, test equipment, and
materials referenced in the manual are given below. The five digit code is preceded by the
letter V. The codes are taken from Cataloging Handbook H4/H8. No code in the
NOMENCLATURE column means the part is made by C&D Interiors.

Code Name and Address Code Name and Address


V0K9V8 J D Lincoln Inc. V5P793 Products Research, Inc.
937 Newhall St. Semco Div.
Costa Mesa, CA 92627 463 W. Wrightwood Ave.
V00779 AMP Inc. Elmhurst, IL 60126-1011
2800 Fulling Mill Rd. V56135 C&D Aerospace
P.O. Box 3608 14 Centerpointe Drive
Harrisburgh, PA 17105- La Palma, CA 90623
3608 V71468 ITT Cannon
V01684 Ciba-Geigy 666 E. Dyer Rd.
4917 Dawn Avenue Santa Ana, CA 92702
East Lansing, MI 48823- V82410 Ledtronics Inc.
5605 4009 Pacific Coast Hwy
V05803 Nycote Laboratories Torrance, CA 90505-9935
12750 Raymer St. V89536 Fluke Mfg. Co.
North Hollywood, CA 91605 6920 Seaway Blvd.
V2T737 Mouser Electronics Corp. P.O. Box 9090
11433 Woodside Ave. Everett, WA 98206-9090
Santee, CA 92071 V99101 Allied Electric Products Inc.
V30676 Lord Corp. Los Angeles, CA
Chemical Products Group
2000 W. Grandview Blvd.
P.O. Box 10038
Erie, PA 16514

Page 10004
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

EQUIPMENT DESIGNATOR INDEX


EQUIPMENT PART IPL FIG.
DESIGNATOR NUMBER FIGURE ITEM
R D1 DIS-1083-007 2 30
R D1 DIS-1083-007 3 50
R D1 L200CY5B 3 80
R D2 L200CWY3KF-NB 2 40
R D2 L200CWY3KF-NB 3 30
R D2 L200CWR3KF 3 70
R D3 L200CWY3KF-NB 2 40
R D3 L200CWY3KF-NB 3 30
R D3 L200CWY3KF-NB 3 40
R D4 DIS-1083-007 3 50
R D4 DIS-1083-007 3 60
R D5 DIS-1083-007 2 30
R D5 DIS-1083-007 3 50
R D5 DIS-1083-007 3 60
J1 103906-9 2 10
J1 1-103906-0 3 10
J2 DBM25PD 2 50
J2 DBM25PD 3 90
R1 697-4373 2 20
R1 697-4373 3 20
R2 697-4373 2 20
R2 697-4373 3 20
R3 697-4373 2 20
R3 697-4373 3 20
R4 697-4373 2 20
R4 697-4373 3 20
R5 697-4373 2 20
R5 697-4373 3 20
R6 312-9201-10K 2 5
R6 312-9201-10K 3 5

Page 10005
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100
NUMERICAL INDEX
AIRLINE IPL FIGURE TTL
PART NUMBER STOCK NO. FIGURE ITEM REQ
1-103906-0 3 10 1
R 450-0154 1 5 1
697-4373 3 20 5
697-4373 2 20 4
103906-9 2 10 1
R 7287111-501 1 100 1
7287112-3 3 110 1
7287112-1 2 80 1
R 7287113-501 1 50 1
R 7287113-503 1 50A 1
R 7287113-505 1 50B 1
R 7287114-501 1 10 1
R 7287114-503 1 10A 1
R 7287114-505 1 10B 1
R 7287114-507 1 10C 1
R 7287114-509 1 10D 1
R 7287117-1 1 90 1
R 7287117-3 1 90A 1
7287118-1 2 70 1
R 7341024-501 1 100A 1
312-9201-10K 3 5 1
312-9201-10K 2 5 1
R D53018 1 110 2
DB60-20 3 100 1
DB60-20 2 60 1
DBM25PD 3 90 1
DBM25PD 2 50 1
R DIS-1083-007 3 50 3
R DIS-1083-007 3 60 2
R DIS-1083-007 2 30 2
R L200CWR3KF 3 70 1
R L200CWY3KF-NB 3 30 2

Page 10006
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100
AIRLINE IPL FIGURE TTL
PART NUMBER STOCK NO. FIGURE ITEM REQ
R L200CWY3KF-NB 3 40 1
R L200CWY3KF-NB 2 40 2
R L200CY5B 3 80 1
R MS21042-04 1 60 4
R MS24693-288 1 40 4
R MS24693-28B 1 20 4
R MS24693S5 1 80 4
R NAS1515H04L 1 70 4
R P101-447-4 1 30 4

Page 10007
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Panel Assy, Attendant Control


Figure 1 (Sheet 1 of 2)
Page 10008
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

Panel Assy, Attendant Control


Figure 1 (Sheet 2)
Page 10009
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

INDENT
AIRLINE UNITS
FIG. PART PART EFF PER
ITEM NUMBER NUMBER NOMENCLATURE CODE ASSY
1
1 7287100-501 0 PANEL ASSY, ATTENDANT CON- A RF
TROL
1A 7287100-503 0 PANEL ASSY, ATTENDANT CON- B RF
TROL
1B 7287100-505 0 PANEL ASSY, ATTENDANT CON- C RF
TROL
1C 7287100-507 0 PANEL ASSY, ATTENDANT CON- D RF
TROL
1D 7287100-509 0 PANEL ASSY, ATTENDANT CON- E RF
TROL
R 5 450-0154 1 KNOB 1
10 7287114-501 1 MEMBRANE, SWITCH A 1
10A 7287114-503 1 MEMBRANE, SWITCH B 1
10B 7287114-505 1 MEMBRANE, SWITCH C 1
10C 7287114-507 1 MEMBRANE, SWITCH D 1
10D 7287114-509 1 MEMBRANE, SWITCH E 1
ATTACHING PARTS
R 20 MS24693-28B 1 SCREW A 4
--- * ---
R 30 P101-447-4 2 STUD B-E 4
ATTACHING PARTS
R 40 MS24693-288 2 SCREW B-E 4
--- * ---
R 50 7287113-501 1 PCB ASSEMBLY A 1
(RF FIG. 2 FOR DETAILS)
R 50A 7287113-503 1 PCB ASSEMBLY B,D 1
(RF FIG. 3 FOR DETAILS)
R 50B 7287113-505 1 PCB ASSEMBLY C,E 1
(RF FIG. 3 FOR DETAILS)
ATTACHING PARTS
R 60 MS21042-04 1 NUT 4
R 70 NAS1515H04L 1 WASHER 4
R 80 MS24693S5 1 SCREW 4
- ITEM NOT ILLUSTRATED

Page 10010
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

INDENT
AIRLINE UNITS
FIG. PART PART EFF PER
ITEM NUMBER NUMBER NOMENCLATURE CODE ASSY
1
--- * ---
R 90 7287117-1 1 GASKET, SILICONE A 1
R 90A 7287117-3 1 GASKET, SILICONE B-E 1
R 100 7287111-501 1 BASE ASSY A 1
R 100A 7341024-501 1 BASE ASSY B-E 1
R 110 D53018 1 KIT, SLIDE LOCK POST (V71468) 2

- ITEM NOT ILLUSTRATED

Page 10011
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

PCB Assembly
Figure 2
Page 10012
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

INDENT
AIRLINE UNITS
FIG. PART PART EFF PER
ITEM NUMBER NUMBER NOMENCLATURE CODE ASSY
2
R -1 7287113-501 0 PCB ASSY (RF FIG. 1 FOR NHA) RF
5 312-9201-10K 1 POTENTIOMETER, 10K, .25W (R6) 1
R 10 103906-9 1 CONNECTOR (J1) 1
R 20 697-4373 1 RESISTOR (R1, R2, R3, R5) 4
R 30 DIS-1083-007 1 LED, GREEN (D1, D5) 2
R 40 L200CWY3KF-NB 1 LED, YELLOW (D2, D3) 2
R 50 DBM25PD 1 CONNECTOR (J2) 1
R 60 DB60-20 1 CAP, DUST 1
70 7287118-1 1 BARRIER (BONDED) 1
80 7287112-1 1 BOARD 1

- ITEM NOT ILLUSTRATED

Page 10013
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

PCB Assembly
Figure 3
Page 10014
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

INDENT
AIRLINE UNITS
FIG. PART PART EFF PER
ITEM NUMBER NUMBER NOMENCLATURE CODE ASSY
3
R -1 7287113-503 0 PCB ASSY (RF FIG. 1 FOR NHA) A RF
R -1A 7287113-505 0 PCB ASSY (RF FIG. 1 FOR NHA) B RF
5 312-9201-10K 1 POTENTIOMETER, 10K, .25W (R6) 1
10 1-103906-0 1 CONNECTOR (J1) 1
20 697-4373 1 RESISTOR (R1, R2, R3, R4, R5) 5
R 30 L200CWY3KF-NB 1 LED, YELLOW (D2, D3) A 2
R 40 L200CWY3KF-NB 1 LED, YELLOW (D3) B 1
R 50 DIS-1083-007 1 LED, GREEN (D1, D4, D5) A 3
R 60 DIS-1083-007 1 LED, GREEN (D4, D5) B 2
R 70 L200CWR3KF 1 LED, RED (D2) B 1
R 80 L200CY5B 1 LED, AMBER (D1) B 1
90 DBM25PD 1 CONNECTOR (J2) 1
100 DB60-20 1 CAP, DUST 1
110 7287112-3 1 BOARD 1

- ITEM NOT ILLUSTRATED

Page 10015
23-30-03 Sep 15/01
COMPONENT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
7287100

THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Page 10016
23-30-03 Sep 15/01