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CHAPTER 21
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3- 5,
7- 8,
12- 55
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3- 6, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
20- 21 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-00-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


201, 204, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
209- 210, NOTE ADDED. 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
212, 215- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
217, 219- 511-526, 528-599,
220, 222- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
236, 239, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
242, 244, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
246- 248, 511-526, 528-599,
250- 251, WARNING/NOTE/REASON FOR THE JOB AMENDED ALL
254- 257, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
259- 268, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
271, 273- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
274, 279, 511-526, 528-599,
284, 287,
289- 291,
297-A201,
A203,A207-
A214,A217,
A220,A222-
A223,A228,
A231,A233-
A234,A240-
A244,A246,
A251-A262,

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A264,A270-
A272

21-20-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


602- 604, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
609, 611- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
612, 615, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
618 511-526, 528-599,

21-21-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 4- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
5, 9, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
11, 15 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-21-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


502 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,

21-21-43 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407- 412, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
415- 416, 301-304,
418, 420- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
421, 424- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
425, 428- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
430, 432- 511-526, 528-599,
433

21-21-45 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 408 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 515-526, 528-599,
MODIFIED WORDING
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 515-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 515-526, 528-599,

21-21-49 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


702- 704, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
708 201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-23-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
5, 9 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

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21-23-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 303 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-23-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


503, 505 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
201-249, 251-299, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 059-099, 101-149,
4, 9, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
17, 19- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
20, 23- 511-526, 528-599,
24, 26,
28, 32,
36, 39

21-26-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


203, 208- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
212, 217 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 407, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
413- 414, CORRECTED WORDING NOTE FOR DE-ICING
419- 422, LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
427, 429- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
431, 433- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
434, 437, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
439- 441, 528-599,
443, 445, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
447, 450, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
452- 453, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
466, 489, 511-526, 528-599,
491- 492,
A403

21-26-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


501, 506, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,

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510, 514, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


519, 524, 528-599,
528 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-11 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402- 403, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
407 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-11 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


502 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-12 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402- 403, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
406- 407 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-13 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


501 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-34 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401, 405- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 159-199, 211-249,
407, 409 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

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21-26-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407- 409, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
411- 414, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
416- 421 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-42 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406- 407, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
410, 415 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-42 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


603, 606- LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED ALL
607, 611, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
614, 618- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
645 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-43 01 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 302, LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED 051-099,
304- 310

21-26-43 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


301- 310 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 221-239, 301-311,
401-499,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 221-239, 301-311,
401-499,

21-26-43 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 413 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 305-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 305-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

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21-26-43 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


501- 505 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 305-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 305-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-26-43 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


701- 704 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 305-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 101-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 305-399,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-26-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
408- 411 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-51 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


501 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-53 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


404- 407, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 059-099, 102-149, 151-199,
410 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 059-099, 102-149, 151-199,
201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-54 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 053-099, 101-149,

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407- 408 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,


301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-55 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 053-099, 101-149,
407- 408, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
411, 413, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
416- 417, 511-526, 528-599,
420, 424

21-26-55 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


502 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-26-56 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407- 409 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-26-56 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


502 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-28-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 5, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 201-220, 222-223, 225-227,
7, 9, 229-249, 251-299, 305-399,
11- 12, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
16- 17 528-599,

21-28-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 405, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
409- 412 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,

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401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-28-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
506, 509- 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
510, 513 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-28-34 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


402, 405 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-28-52 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
406- 407, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
410- 414, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
416 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-28-54 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


402, 406 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-31-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 4- CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
8, 16, DESCRIPTION REVISED

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22- 24, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
28, 37, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
44- 45, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
47, 49, 528-599,
52- 53,
56

21-31-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,


402, 407 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-31-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,


507, 510 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-31-34 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401, 405- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 251-299, 507-509, 511-526,
407, 409- 528-599,
411

21-31-35 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 406 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-31-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 405, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
410- 411, 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
414- 416, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
418- 420, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 103-149, 151-199,
424- 426, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
428, 435, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
441, 449- 528-599,
450, 454-
A410

21-43-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 6- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 151-199, 201-220, 222-223,
7, 10, 225-227, 229-249, 301-399,

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12- 13, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


16, 31 528-599,

21-43-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, MOD.150447K12993 INCORPORATED 521-526, 528-599,
405, 408- AIR CONDITIONING - CARGO COMPARTMENT
410, 412- HEATING - CHANGE POSITION OF PRESSURE
423 REGULATION VALVE
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-43-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 504 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-43-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


703, 705 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-43-15 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 405, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
407, 409- 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
410, 412, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
415 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-43-17 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


402, 406- 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,

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407 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-43-34 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,


402, 405 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-43-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
406- 412 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-43-52 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 421 MOD.150447K12993 INCORPORATED 521-526, 528-599,
AIR CONDITIONING - CARGO COMPARTMENT
HEATING - CHANGE POSITION OF PRESSURE
REGULATION VALVE
CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-50-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 4, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 055-099, 101-149,
7- 8 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,

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8, 12, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,


16, 18, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
21, 27- 511-526, 528-599,
29, 33,
35, 38,
42, 45,
48- 50,
55- 56,
58, 62-
64, 70-
73

21-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


412- 419 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
505, 509- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
511, 519- 301-304, 401-499, 501-509,
520 511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-51-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


802- 803, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 201-235,
805 239-249, 301-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-51-11 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


403, 408, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
418- 427 305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-51-13 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 409 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

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21-51-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


403- 407, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
411, 415- 305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
418, 423, 511-526, 528-599,
428- 429, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
432, 434, 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
441- 443, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,
449, 458-
460, 462-
463, 478-
489

21-51-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


605- 606, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 051-099, 106-149, 201-235,
608- 610 239-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-52-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 055-099, 101-149,
4, 6, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
8, 11- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
12, 14, 511-526, 528-599,
22, 24-
26

21-52-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


302- 303, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
305 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404 MOD.34863K9903 REMOVED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
AIR CONDITIONING - AIR COOLING SYSTEM - 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
PTFE SEALS FOR AIR CONDITIONING PACK 301-306, 401-403,
CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,
TEXT DELETED FOR TACV, TRPRV AND FCV. 151-199, 201-228, 236-238,
301-302,
LAYOUT IMPROVED/MATERIAL RELOCATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-306, 401-403,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-105,
151-199, 201-228, 236-238,
301-302,

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21-52-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


504, 507- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
510, 512- 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
513, 515, 301-304,
518, 520 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


601- 605, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
607, 609, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
611- 612, 301-304,
614- 617, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
619, 626- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
628, 632- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
633, 638- 511-526, 528-599,
639, 642,
646- 649

21-52-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


702- 703, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
705, 711- 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
714, 716- 301-304,
718 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-16 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
408, 410, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
413- 415 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-21 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 405, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
413- 419, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
423, 425- 301-304,
436 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-22 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED

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401- 405, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


407, 409- 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
412, 414 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-23 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406- 407, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
410- 412, 301-304,
414, 419- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
421, 423- 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
426, 428, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
431- 434, 511-526, 528-599,
436- 438

21-52-24 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 404, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL
414- 417, MATERIAL NUMBERS REVISED
426- 428, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
432- 435, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
439- 443, 301-304,
448, 451, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
457- 460 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-25 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


402- 403, ITEM NUMBER REVISED
407- 409 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-26 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402- 403, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
407- 408, 301-304,
410 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-31 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED

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402- 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


411- 413, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
419- 422 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-32 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 405, CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
408- 409, ITEM 24 CHANGED TO ITEM 25. 305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
414- 420, 511-526, 528-599,
425- 427 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-41 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
407, 410- 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
411, 413, 301-304,
416- 417, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
422- 423, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
430- 432, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
439- 440, 511-526, 528-599,
442, 445-
446

21-52-42 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402, 408, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
410 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-52-43 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
406- 408, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
414, 416- 301-304,
417, 419- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
421 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-304, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

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21-53-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,


1 305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-55-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1- 2, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
8, 12 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-55-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


506 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,

21-58-00 MOD.20012K0005 INCORPORATED ALL


501- 503 AIR CONDITIONING- PRESSURISATION AND
PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS- DEFINE SYSTEM FOR
THE BASIC AIRCRAFT-
MOD.22010K2110 INCORPORATED ALL
AIR CONDITIONING - ADAPT SYSTEM
TO A321 DEFINITION
NEW TOPIC/NEW CONFIGURATION ALL

21-60-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 3, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 053-099, 101-149,
6- 11, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
16- 23, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
28- 32, 511-526, 528-599,
38

21-61-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 9, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
14- 16, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
18, 22- 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
29, 40- 511-526, 528-599,
41, 51-
53, 58-
59, 65-
66, 68,
72- 73,
75- 76,
79, 83,
88- 89,
91, 93,
96, 99,

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A002-A003,
A009-A010,
A013-A015,
A017,A019-
A020,A022-
A031

21-61-00 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402- 403, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
405, 408- 301-304,
410, 417, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
419 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-61-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
506 204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 062-099, 106-149, 151-199,
204-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
528-599,

21-61-11 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
405- 406, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
408- 410 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-61-13 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402- 403, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
407, 409 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-61-14 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 408 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,

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511-526, 528-599,

21-61-15 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402- 403, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
407, 409 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-61-34 02 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 406 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-61-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 404, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
408, 410, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
412- 414, 301-304,
416- 422, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
427, 432, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
434, 440, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
442, 445, 511-526, 528-599,
452, 456

21-61-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 504, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
509, 512- 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
515 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-61-51 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


602- 603, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
607 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
301-304,

21-61-52 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


403, 423- CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
425, 428, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
430- 431, 301-304,

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434, 436, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
440- 444 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-61-52 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


601- 603, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-003, 051-054,
605, 607-
610

21-61-53 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 405, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
409, 412- 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
414, 416- 301-304,
417 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-63-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


1, 13- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
16, 29, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
32- 34, 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
36, 38- 511-526, 528-599,
39, 43,
54- 60,
62, 67,
73- 74,
77, 82,
88- 89,
94, 96-
98

21-63-00 CORRECTION/ADDITION/AMPLIFICATION ALL


303, 305- TEXT REVISED
307 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-63-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


406, 410, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
413, 415- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
419, 421- 305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
423, 428 511-526, 528-599,

21-63-00 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


502- 503, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,

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506, 511- 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,


512, 515- 301-304,
517, 521- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
522 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-63-15 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED


402- 403, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 234-235, 239-249, 251-299,
407, 409 305-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-63-16 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
405, 408- EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 106-149, 234-235, 239-249,
411 251-299, 303-399, 401-499,
501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-63-17 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


401- 402, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
404- 405, EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 004-049, 053-099, 101-149,
408- 411, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
413- 423 301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-63-19 CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,


402- 403, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
407, 409 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-63-34 LAYOUT IMPROVED OR EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 405

21-63-42 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402, 411, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
415- 417, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238,
421 301-304,
EFFECTIVITY UPDATED (THROUGHOUT THE TEXT) 001-049, 051-099, 101-149,
151-199, 201-249, 251-299,
301-399, 401-499, 501-509,
511-526, 528-599,

21-63-51 EFFECTIVITY UPDATED


402- 403, CIRCUIT BREAKER(S) DATA UPDATED
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21-61-51 433 May01/06 21-61-51 613 Feb01/05 21-61-52 R 443 Feb01/10
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21-61-52 612 Feb01/09 21-63-00 23 Feb01/07 21-63-00 R 74 Feb01/10
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21-61-52 615 Feb01/09 21-63-00 26 Feb01/07 21-63-00 R 77 Feb01/10
21-61-52 616 Feb01/09 21-63-00 27 Feb01/07 21-63-00 78 Nov01/07
21-61-52 617 Feb01/09 21-63-00 28 Feb01/07 21-63-00 79 Nov01/07
21-61-52 618 Feb01/09 21-63-00 R 29 Feb01/10 21-63-00 80 Feb01/08
21-61-52 619 Feb01/09 21-63-00 30 Feb01/07 21-63-00 81 Feb01/08
21-61-52 620 Feb01/09 21-63-00 31 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 82 Feb01/10
21-61-53 401 May01/05 21-63-00 R 32 Feb01/10 21-63-00 83 Nov01/07
21-61-53 R 402 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 33 Feb01/10 21-63-00 84 Nov01/07
21-61-53 R 403 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 34 Feb01/10 21-63-00 85 Nov01/07
21-61-53 R 404 Feb01/10 21-63-00 35 Feb01/08 21-63-00 86 Feb01/08
21-61-53 R 405 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 36 Feb01/10 21-63-00 87 Feb01/08
21-61-53 406 May01/05 21-63-00 37 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 88 Feb01/10
21-61-53 407 May01/05 21-63-00 R 38 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 89 Feb01/10
21-61-53 408 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 39 Feb01/10 21-63-00 90 Feb01/08
21-61-53 R 409 Feb01/10 21-63-00 40 Feb01/08 21-63-00 91 Feb01/08
21-61-53 410 May01/08 21-63-00 41 Feb01/08 21-63-00 92 Feb01/08
21-61-53 411 Nov01/09 21-63-00 42 Feb01/08 21-63-00 93 Feb01/08
21-61-53 R 412 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 43 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 94 Feb01/10
21-61-53 R 413 Feb01/10 21-63-00 44 Feb01/08 21-63-00 95 Nov01/07
21-61-53 R 414 Feb01/10 21-63-00 45 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 96 Feb01/10
21-61-53 415 Aug01/08 21-63-00 46 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 97 Feb01/10
21-61-53 R 416 Feb01/10 21-63-00 47 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 98 Feb01/10
21-61-53 R 417 Feb01/10 21-63-00 48 Feb01/08 21-63-00 99 Nov01/07
21-61-53 418 Aug01/08 21-63-00 49 Feb01/08 21-63-00 A 0 Feb01/08
21-61-53 419 Aug01/08 21-63-00 50 Feb01/08 21-63-00 A 1 Feb01/08
21-63-00 51 Feb01/08 21-63-00 A 2 Feb01/08
21-63-00 R 1 Feb01/10 21-63-00 52 Feb01/08 21-63-00 A 3 Feb01/08
21-63-00 2 May01/05 21-63-00 53 Aug01/08 21-63-00 A 4 Feb01/08
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21-63-00 A 8 Feb01/08 21-63-00 505 Feb01/09 21-63-17 R 405 Feb01/10
21-63-00 A 9 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 506 Feb01/10 21-63-17 406 Aug01/05
21-63-00 A 10 Feb01/08 21-63-00 507 Nov01/05 21-63-17 407 Aug01/05
21-63-00 A 11 Feb01/08 21-63-00 508 Feb01/08 21-63-17 R 408 Feb01/10
21-63-00 A 12 Feb01/08 21-63-00 509 Feb01/08 21-63-17 R 409 Feb01/10
21-63-00 A 13 Feb01/08 21-63-00 510 Feb01/08 21-63-17 R 410 Feb01/10
21-63-00 A 14 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 511 Feb01/10 21-63-17 R 411 Feb01/10
21-63-00 A 15 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 512 Feb01/10 21-63-17 412 Aug01/09
21-63-00 301 Aug01/09 21-63-00 513 Nov01/05 21-63-17 R 413 Feb01/10
21-63-00 302 Aug01/09 21-63-00 514 Nov01/05 21-63-17 R 414 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 303 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 515 Feb01/10 21-63-17 R 415 Feb01/10
21-63-00 304 Aug01/05 21-63-00 R 516 Feb01/10 21-63-17 R 416 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 305 Feb01/10 21-63-00 R 517 Feb01/10 21-63-17 R 417 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 306 Feb01/10 21-63-00 518 Nov01/07 21-63-17 R 418 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 307 Feb01/10 21-63-00 519 Aug01/05 21-63-17 R 419 Feb01/10
21-63-00 308 Aug01/05 21-63-00 520 Nov01/05 21-63-17 R 420 Feb01/10
21-63-00 401 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 521 Feb01/10 21-63-17 R 421 Feb01/10
21-63-00 402 Feb01/08 21-63-00 R 522 Feb01/10 21-63-17 R 422 Feb01/10
21-63-00 403 May01/05 21-63-00 523 Nov01/05 21-63-17 R 423 Feb01/10
21-63-00 404 Feb01/08 21-63-00 524 Nov01/05 21-63-17 601 Aug01/01
21-63-00 405 Feb01/08 21-63-11 401 Feb01/08 21-63-17 602 Aug01/01
21-63-00 R 406 Feb01/10 21-63-11 402 Feb01/08 21-63-18 401 May01/05
21-63-00 407 Feb01/08 21-63-11 403 Feb01/98 21-63-18 402 May01/05
21-63-00 408 Feb01/08 21-63-11 404 Feb01/05 21-63-18 403 May01/05
21-63-00 409 Feb01/08 21-63-11 405 Feb01/08 21-63-18 404 Aug01/09
21-63-00 R 410 Feb01/10 21-63-11 406 Feb01/08 21-63-18 405 Aug01/09
21-63-00 411 Feb01/08 21-63-11 407 Feb01/05 21-63-18 406 Aug01/09
21-63-00 412 Feb01/05 21-63-15 401 Feb01/98 21-63-18 407 May01/05
21-63-00 R 413 Feb01/10 21-63-15 R 402 Feb01/10 21-63-18 408 May01/05
21-63-00 414 Feb01/08 21-63-15 R 403 Feb01/10 21-63-19 401 Feb01/98
21-63-00 R 415 Feb01/10 21-63-15 404 Feb01/05 21-63-19 R 402 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 416 Feb01/10 21-63-15 405 Aug01/09 21-63-19 R 403 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 417 Feb01/10 21-63-15 406 Feb01/05 21-63-19 404 Feb01/05
21-63-00 R 418 Feb01/10 21-63-15 R 407 Feb01/10 21-63-19 405 Aug01/09
21-63-00 R 419 Feb01/10 21-63-15 408 Feb01/08 21-63-19 406 Feb01/05
21-63-00 420 Nov01/07 21-63-15 R 409 Feb01/10 21-63-19 R 407 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 421 Feb01/10 21-63-16 401 Feb01/08 21-63-19 408 Feb01/08
21-63-00 R 422 Feb01/10 21-63-16 R 402 Feb01/10 21-63-19 R 409 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 423 Feb01/10 21-63-16 R 403 Feb01/10 21-63-34 401 Feb01/08
21-63-00 424 Nov01/07 21-63-16 404 Feb01/08 21-63-34 R 402 Feb01/10
21-63-00 425 Feb01/08 21-63-16 R 405 Feb01/10 21-63-34 403 Feb01/08
21-63-00 426 Feb01/08 21-63-16 406 Aug01/05 21-63-34 404 Nov01/09
21-63-00 427 Feb01/08 21-63-16 407 Aug01/09 21-63-34 R 405 Feb01/10
21-63-00 R 428 Feb01/10 21-63-16 R 408 Feb01/10 21-63-34 406 Feb01/08
21-63-00 429 Feb01/08 21-63-16 R 409 Feb01/10 21-63-42 401 Feb01/98
21-63-00 430 Feb01/08 21-63-16 R 410 Feb01/10 21-63-42 R 402 Feb01/10
21-63-00 431 Feb01/08 21-63-16 R 411 Feb01/10 21-63-42 403 May01/06
21-63-00 501 Feb01/05 21-63-17 R 401 Feb01/10 21-63-42 404 May01/99
21-63-00 R 502 Feb01/10 21-63-17 R 402 Feb01/10 21-63-42 405 May01/99

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21-63-42 407 Feb01/07 21-63-52 R 415 Feb01/10
21-63-42 408 Feb01/07 21-63-52 416 Nov01/07
21-63-42 409 May01/07 21-63-52 417 Aug01/07
21-63-42 410 Feb01/07
21-63-42 R 411 Feb01/10
21-63-42 412 Feb01/07
21-63-42 413 Feb01/07
21-63-42 414 Feb01/07
21-63-42 R 415 Feb01/10
21-63-42 R 416 Feb01/10
21-63-42 R 417 Feb01/10
21-63-42 418 Feb01/07
21-63-42 419 Feb01/07
21-63-42 420 Feb01/07
21-63-42 R 421 Feb01/10
21-63-42 422 Feb01/07
21-63-42 601 Nov01/07
21-63-42 602 May01/07
21-63-51 401 May01/05
21-63-51 R 402 Feb01/10
21-63-51 R 403 Feb01/10
21-63-51 404 May01/05
21-63-51 405 May01/05
21-63-51 R 406 Feb01/10
21-63-51 R 407 Feb01/10
21-63-51 R 408 Feb01/10
21-63-51 409 Feb01/05
21-63-51 410 May01/07
21-63-51 R 411 Feb01/10
21-63-51 R 412 Feb01/10
21-63-51 R 413 Feb01/10
21-63-51 414 Aug01/06
21-63-51 415 Aug01/06
21-63-51 416 Aug01/06
21-63-51 R 417 Feb01/10
21-63-51 418 Feb01/05
21-63-51 419 Feb01/05
21-63-52 401 Feb01/08
21-63-52 R 402 Feb01/10
21-63-52 R 403 Feb01/10
21-63-52 404 Feb01/08
21-63-52 405 Feb01/08
21-63-52 R 406 Feb01/10
21-63-52 R 407 Feb01/10
21-63-52 R 408 Feb01/10
21-63-52 R 409 Feb01/10
21-63-52 410 Aug01/07
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SUBJECT ________
CH/SE/SU C
_ PAGE ___________
____ EFFECTIVITY
AIR CONDITIONING - GENERAL
__________________________ 21-00-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Sub-systems 1 ALL
Air Supply Quantities and Flow 3 ALL
Split
Power Supply 6 ALL
Interface 6 ALL
Operation/Control and Indication 12 ALL
Failure Indications 12 ALL
Electronic Centralized Aircraft 14 ALL
Monitoring (ECAM)
CFDS Displays 21 ALL
Bite Test 21 ALL

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AIR CONDITIONING - GENERAL 21-00-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Decontamination of the 201 ALL
Environmental Control System (ECS)
when the Temperature is below 24
deg.C (APU)
Decontamination of the 236 ALL
Environmental Control System (ECS)
when the Temperature is above 24
deg.C (APU)
Decontamination of the 268 ALL
Environmental Control System (ECS)
when the Temperature is below 24
deg.C (Engine/s)
Decontamination of the A217 ALL
Environmental Control System (ECS)
when the Temperature is above 24
deg.C (Engine/s)
Decontamination of the A259 ALL
Environmental Control System (ECS)
after Dust or Volcanic Ash
Contamination
Cleaning of Special Components in A267 ALL
the Environmental Control System
(ECS)

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DISTRIBUTION 21-20-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

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System Description 1 ALL
Cabin Air Distribution and 1 ALL
Recirculation
Cockpit Air Ventilation 1 ALL
Lavatory/Galley Ventilation 1 ALL
Individual Air Distribution 1 ALL
Avionics-Equipment Ventilation 2 ALL
System
Cargo Compartment Ventilation 2 ALL

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DISTRIBUTION 21-20-00
MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Removal of the Air-Conditioning 201 ALL
Distribution Ducts
Installation of the 208 ALL
Air-Conditioning Distribution
Ducts

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DISTRIBUTION 21-20-00
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
General Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
Riser Ducts in the Passenger
Compartment
General Visual Inspection of 614 ALL
Lavatory and Galley Ventilation
Ducting (Zones 210 to 260)

AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION 21-21-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Cabin Air Distribution and 1 ALL
Recirculation
Cockpit Air Ventilation 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Air Supply and Ducting for 1 ALL
Passenger Cabin
Emergency Ram Air Inlet 7 ALL
LP Ground Connector 7 ALL
Cockpit Distribution 7 ALL
Mixing Unit 9 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,

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Mixing Unit 9 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Air Recirculation 11 ALL
Power Supply 11 ALL
Component Description 11 ALL
Cabin Recirculation Fans 11 ALL
Check Valves 14 ALL
Recirculation Filter 14 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 15 ALL
Operation of Cabin Recirculation 15 ALL
Fans
Controls and Indications 17 ALL

AIR DISTRIBUTION AND RECIRCULATION 21-21-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Cabin 501 ALL
Recirculation Fans 14HG and 15HG.
FILTER - RECIRCULATION 21-21-41
SERVICING 301 ALL
Scheduled Replacement of the 301 ALL
Recirculation Filter 4012HM
(4013HM)
FILTER - RECIRCULATION 21-21-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Recirculation 401 ALL
Filter 4012HM (4013HM)
Installation of the Recirculation 406 ALL
Filter 4012HM (4013HM)
CHECK VALVE 21-21-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Recirculation Check 401 ALL
Valve 4020HM (4021HM)
Installation of the Recirculation 405 ALL
Check Valve 4020HM (4021HM)
MIXER UNIT 21-21-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Mixer Unit 401 ALL
Removal of the lower part of the 411 ALL
Mixer Unit
Installation of the Mixer Unit 417 ALL
Installation of the lower part of 427 ALL
the Mixer Unit
AIR OUTLET - INDIVIDUAL, COCKPIT 21-21-44

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REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the CAPT (F/O) 401 ALL
Individual Air-Outlet (4500HM,
4501HM)
Installation of the CAPT (F/O) 404 ALL
Individual Air-Outlet (4500HM,
4501HM)
Removal of the Third (Fourth) 406 ALL
Occupant Individual Air-Outlet
(4502HM, 4503HM)
Installation of the Third (Fourth) 409 ALL
Occupant Individual Air-Outlet
(4502HM, 4503HM)
HOUSING - RECIRCULATION FILTER 21-21-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 515-526, 528-599
Removal of the Recirculation 401 515-526, 528-599
Filter Housing 4010HM (4011HM)
Installation of the Recirculation 405 515-526, 528-599
Filter Housing 4010HM (4011HM)
GRID - COCKPIT AIR SUPPLY DUCT 21-21-49
CLEANING/PAINTING 701 ALL
Cleaning of the Cockpit Air-Supply 701 ALL
Duct-Grid
FAN - RECIRCULATION 21-21-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Cabin Recirculation 401 ALL
Fans 15HG and 14HG
Installation of the Cabin 405 ALL
Recirculation Fans 15HG and 14HG

LAVATORY/GALLEY VENTILATION 21-23-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Lavatory/Galley Ventilation 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Lavatory and Galley Air Supply 4 ALL
Lavatory and Galley Extraction 4 ALL
System
System Performance (Flow Rates) 5 ALL
Power Supply 5 ALL
Interface 5 ALL
Component Description 7 ALL
Extraction Fan 7 ALL
Operation/Control and Indication 7 ALL
Operation of the Lavatory and 7 001-049, 051-099

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_______ CH/SE/SU
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Galley Extraction Fan 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Control and Indication 7 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Operation of the Lavatory and 9 234-235, 239-249
Galley Extraction Fan 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Control and Indication 9 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

LAVATORY/GALLEY VENTILATION 21-23-00


SERVICING 301 004-049, 053-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Replacement of the Lavatory 301 004-049, 053-099
Air-Extraction Filter 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,

LAVATORY/GALLEY VENTILATION 21-23-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the 401 ALL
Lavatory/Galley Extraction Fan 1HU
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-23-01 401 ALL
Reactivation of the 403 ALL
Lavatory/Galley Extraction Fan 1HU
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-23-01 403 ALL

LAVATORY/GALLEY VENTILATION 21-23-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Functional Test of the 501 ALL
Galley/Lavatory Air Extraction

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Duct
Functional Test of an Air 509 ALL
Extraction Point
FAN-EXTRACT 21-23-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Lavatory and Galley 401 ALL
Extract Fan (1HU)
Installation of the Lavatory and 405 ALL
Galley Extract Fan (1HU)

INDIVIDUAL AIR DISTRIBUTION 21-24-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

INDIVIDUAL AIR DISTRIBUTION 21-24-00


REPAIRS 801 ALL
Repair of the Individual Air 801 ALL
Outlet
AIR OUTLET - INDIVIDUAL 21-24-19
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Individual Air 401 ALL
Outlet 4150 HM
Installation of the Individual Air 404 ALL
outlet 4150 HM

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION 21-26-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 2 ALL
Rack equipment 2 ALL
Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) 12 ALL
Pedestal Instruments 12 ALL
Cockpit Panels 12 ALL
Tranformer Rectifiers (TR) 12 ALL
Window Heat Controllers (WHC) 12 ALL
Radar 12 ALL
Batteries (Independent Circuit) 12 ALL
Power Supply 12 ALL
Interfaces 12 ALL
Component Description 12 ALL
Avionics Equipment Ventilation 17 001-049, 051-099
Computer (AEVC) 101-105, 151-158
201-210,
Avionics Equipment Ventilation 17 106-149, 159-199

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SUBJECT
_______ CH/SE/SU
________ C
_ PAGE EFFECTIVITY
____ ___________
Computer (AEVC) 211-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Blower Fan 20 ALL
Extract Fan 20 ALL
Skin Air Inlet Valve 20 ALL
Skin Air Outlet Valve 24 ALL
Skin Exchanger Inlet Bypass 24 ALL
Valve
Skin Exchanger Isolation Valve 24 ALL
Skin Exchanger Outlet Bypass 28 ALL
Valve
Conditioned Air Inlet Valve 28 ALL
Check Valve 28 ALL
Check Valve 28 ALL
Filter Assembly 28 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
251-299, 305-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Filter Assembly 33 051-099,
Filter Assembly 33 301-304, 401-499
Duct Temperature Sensor 36 ALL
Pressure Switch 36 ALL
Skin Heat Exchanger 36 ALL
Smoke Detector 36 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-154
201-207,
Smoke Detector 36 106-149, 155-199
208-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Skin Temperature Sensor 39 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 39 ALL
Operation 39 ALL
Control and Indicating 44 ALL
BITE Test 44 ALL
AEVC power-up test 49 ALL

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MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 201 ALL
Configuration of the Avionics 201 ALL
Compartment Ventilation System

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Configuration of the Avionics 214 ALL
Compartment Ventilation System
Ground Operations in Heavy Rain 216 ALL

AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION 21-26-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Skin Exchanger 401 ALL
Inlet Bypass Valve (16HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-03 401 ALL
Reactivation of the Skin Exchanger 406 ALL
Inlet Bypass valve (16HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-03 406 ALL
Deactivation of the Skin Air 409 ALL
Outlet Valve (22HQ) in the Closed
Position with the Auxiliary Flap
in the Open Position
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-04 409 ALL
Reactivation of the Skin Air 417 ALL
Outlet Valve (22HQ) from the
Closed Position
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-04 417 ALL
Deactivation of the 420 ALL
Conditioned-Air Inlet Valve (21HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-08 420 ALL
Reactivation of the 426 ALL
Conditioned-Air Inlet Valve (21HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-08 426 ALL
Deactivation of the Skin Air Inlet 429 ALL
Valve (15HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-05 429 ALL
a)
Deactivation of the Skin Air-Inlet 437 ALL
Valve (15HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-05 437 ALL
b)
Reactivation of the Skin Air Inlet 443 ALL
Valve (15HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-05 443 ALL
Avionics Equipment Ventilation 447 ALL
Computer Inoperative (AEVC) -
Check of the Ventilation System
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-10 447 ALL
Reactivation of the Avionics 452 ALL
Equipment Ventilation Computer
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Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-10 452 ALL
Blower Fan Inoperative - Check 455 ALL
that the Air Conditioned Inlet
Valve (21HQ) is Open
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-01 455 ALL
b)
Reactivation of the Blower Fan 459 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-01 459 ALL
b)
Deactivation of the 461 ALL
Conditioned-Air Inlet Valve (21HQ)
when the Blower Fan is Inoperative
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-01 461 ALL
c)
Reactivation of the 465 ALL
Conditioned-Air Inlet Valve (21HQ)
and of the Blower Fan
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-01 465 ALL
c)
Extract Fan Inoperative - Check of 468 ALL
Conditioned-Air Inlet Valve (21HQ)
Open
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-02 468 ALL
b)
Extract Fan Inoperative - Do the 471 ALL
Deactivation of the
Conditioned-Air Inlet Valve (21HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-02 471 ALL
c)
Reactivation of the Extract Fan 475 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-02 475 ALL
b)
Skin-Exchanger Isolation Valve 477 ALL
(24HQ) Inoperative - Check of the
Open Position of the Valve
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-06 477 ALL
a)
Deactivation of the Skin-Exchanger 480 ALL
Isolation Valve (24HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-06 480 ALL
b)
Reactivation of the Skin-Exchanger 484 ALL
Isolation Valve (24HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-06 484 ALL
Deactivation of the Avionics 487 ALL
Ventilation Filter

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Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-09 487 ALL
b)
Avionics Ventilation Filter 489 ALL
Inoperative - Do the Deactivation
of the Conditioned-Air Inlet Valve
(21HQ)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-09 489 ALL
c)
Reactivation of the Avionics 493 ALL
Ventilation Filter
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-09 493 ALL
Blower Fault Warning - Check of 495 ALL
the Blower Fan and AVNCS SYS FAULT
Warning
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-11 495 ALL
Reactivation of the Blower Fault 498 ALL
Warning
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-11 498 ALL
Extract Fault Warning - Check of 499 ALL
the Extract Fan and AVNCS SYS
FAULT Warning
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-12 499 ALL
Reactivation of the Extract Fault A402 ALL
Warning
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-26-12 A402 ALL
ADIRU/AVNCS VENT Caution Light A403 ALL
Inoperative
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 24-30-09 A403 ALL
Reactivation of the ADIRU/AVNCS A406 ALL
VENT Caution Light
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 24-30-09 A406 ALL

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ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Check of System via 501 ALL
MCDU
Operational Check of the Avionics 506 ALL
Equipment Ventilation (without the
CFDS)
Operational Check of Override 510 ALL
Function (BLOWER and EXTRACT)
Operational Check of Smoke 514 ALL
Configuration Control Circuit
Operational Check of Ditching 518 ALL
Configuration Control Circuit

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Operational Test to Read the CFDS 523 ALL
for CLASS 3 Faults of the AEVC
Operational Test to Read the CFDS 527 ALL
for LAST LEG REPORT of the AEVC
PRESSURE SWITCHES - BLOWER AND EXTRACT 21-26-11
FAN
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Blower and Extract 401 ALL
Fan Pressure Switches (17HQ, 19HQ,
30HQ)
Installation of the Blower and 406 ALL
Extract Fan Pressure Switches
(17HQ, 19HQ, 30HQ)
PRESSURE SWITCHES - BLOWER AND EXTRACT 21-26-11
FAN
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the 501 ALL
Extract-Fan Pressure Switch (30HQ)
(without the CFDS)
SENSOR - DUCT TEMPERATURE 21-26-12
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Avionics 401 ALL
Ventilation Duct Temperature
Sensor (26HQ)
Installation of the Avionics 405 ALL
Ventilation Duct Temperature
Sensor (26HQ)
SENSOR - SKIN TEMPERATURE 21-26-13
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Avionics 401 ALL
Ventilation Skin Temperature
Sensor (28HQ)
Installation of the Avionics 404 ALL
Ventilation Skin Temperature
Sensor (28HQ)
SENSOR - SKIN TEMPERATURE 21-26-13
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Skin 501 ALL
Temperature Sensor (28HQ) (without
the CFDS)
COMPUTER - AVIONICS EQUIPMENT 21-26-34
VENTILATION (AEVC)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Avionics Equipment 401 ALL
Ventilation Computer (AEVC) (10HQ)
Installation of the Avionics 407 ALL

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Equipment Ventilation Computer
(AEVC) (10HQ)
CHECK VALVE 21-26-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Check Valve 401 ALL
(2140HM)
Installation of the Check Valve 406 ALL
(2140HM)
Removal of the Air Extraction Duct 411 ALL
Installation of the Air Extraction 417 ALL
Duct
CHECK VALVE 21-26-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Inspection of Check Valve 601 ALL
Flappers for Condition and
Operation
AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION DUCTS 21-26-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Avionics Equipment 401 ALL
Ventilation Duct
Installation of the Avionics 405 ALL
Equipment Ventilation Duct
Removal of the Avionics Equipment 409 ALL
Blowing and Extraction Ducts
Installation of the Avionics 414 ALL
Equipment Blowing and Extraction
Ducts
AVIONICS EQUIPMENT VENTILATION DUCTS 21-26-42
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Inspection/Check of the Skin Heat 601 ALL
Exchanger (Inlet Duct)
Inspection/Check of the Skin Heat 609 ALL
Exchanger (Outlet Duct)
Detailed Inspection of Skin Heat 617 ALL
Exchanger Drain Hose Connection
Area
Check for Blockage of the Demister 618 051-099,
Filter with the Pressure Ports
Check Filter Cartridge for 622 051-099,
Blockage Using the Pressure Ports
Check for Blockage of the Demister 626 301-304, 401-499
Filter with the Pressure Ports
Check for Blockage of the Filter 630 301-304, 401-499
Cartridge with the Pressure Ports
Detailed Inspection of Demister 633 051-099, 301-304
Drain Hose Connection Area 401-499,

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Detailed Inspection of Elbow Drain 640 ALL
Hose Connection Area Downstream of
Blower Fan
FILTER ASSY - AVIONICS VENTILATION 21-26-43
SERVICING 1 301 051-099,
Servicing of the Demister Filter 301 051-099,
(2081HM)
Servicing of the Filter Cartridge 306 051-099,
(2082HM)
SERVICING 2 301 106-149, 221-239
301-311, 401-499
Discard Demister Filter 301 106-149, 221-239
301-311, 401-499
Discard Filter Cartridge 306 106-149, 221-239
301-311, 401-499
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1 401 051-099,
Removal of the Filter Assembly 401 051-099,
(2081HM, 2082HM, 2083HM)
Installation of the Filter 406 051-099,
Assembly (2081HM, 2082HM, 2083HM)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 2 401 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Filter Assembly 401 001-049, 101-149
(2082HM, 2083HM) 151-199, 201-249
251-299, 305-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Installation of the Filter 405 001-049, 101-149
Assembly (2082HM, 2083HM) 151-199, 201-249
251-299, 305-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Replacement of the Filter 409 001-049, 101-105
Cartridge 151-199, 201-220
240-249, 251-299
312-399, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Filter Assembly 414 301-304, 401-499
(2081HM, 2082HM, 2083HM)
Installation of the Filter 418 301-304, 401-499
Assembly (2081HM, 2082HM, 2083HM)
FILTER ASSY - AVIONICS VENTILATION 21-26-43
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 001-049, 101-149

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151-199, 201-249
251-299, 305-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Operational Check of NRV for Free 501 001-049, 101-149
Movement and Confirm the Bowl is 151-199, 201-249
Clean 251-299, 305-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
FILTER ASSY - AVIONICS VENTILATION 21-26-43
CLEANING/PAINTING 701 001-049, 101-149
151-199, 201-249
251-299, 305-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Inspection of the Siphon Assembly 701 001-049, 101-149
(Strainer) for Cleanliness 151-199, 201-249
251-299, 305-399
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
HEAT EXCHANGER - SKIN 21-26-45
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Skin Heat Exchanger 401 ALL
Installation of the Skin Heat 404 ALL
Exchanger
FANS - EXTRACT AND BLOWER 21-26-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Extract and Blower 401 ALL
Fans (18HQ, 20HQ)
Installation of the Extract and 407 ALL
Blower Fans (18HQ, 20HQ)
FANS - EXTRACT AND BLOWER 21-26-51
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Extract 501 ALL
and Blower Fans (18HQ, 20HQ)
(without the CFDS)
VALVE - SKIN AIR INLET 21-26-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Avionics 401 ALL
Ventilation Skin Air Inlet Valve
(15HQ)
Installation of the Avionics 405 ALL
Ventilation Skin Air Inlet Valve
(15HQ)
VALVE - SKIN AIR OUTLET 21-26-53
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL

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Removal of the Skin Air 401 001-049, 051-058
Outlet-Valve (22HQ) 101-101,
Removal of the Skin Air 405 059-099, 102-149
Outlet-Valve (22HQ) 151-199, 201-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Skin Air 408 ALL
Outlet-Valve (22HQ)
VALVE - CONDITIONED AIR INLET 21-26-54
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Conditioned Air 401 ALL
Inlet Valve (21HQ)
Installation of the Conditioned 405 ALL
Air Inlet Valve (21HQ)
VALVES - SKIN EXCHANGER 21-26-55
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Avionics 401 ALL
Ventilation Skin Exchanger Inlet
Bypass Valve (16HQ)
Installation of the Avionics 405 ALL
Ventilation Skin Exchanger Inlet
Bypass Valve (16HQ)
Removal of the Avionics 410 ALL
Ventilation Skin Exchanger
Isolation Valve (24HQ)
Installation of the Avionics 414 ALL
Ventilation Skin Exchanger
Isolation Valve (24HQ)
Removal of the Avionics 419 ALL
Ventilation Skin Exchanger Outlet
Bypass Valve (23HQ)
Installation of the Avionics 422 ALL
Ventilation Skin Exchanger Outlet
Bypass Valve (23HQ)
VALVES - SKIN EXCHANGER 21-26-55
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the 501 ALL
Skin-Exchanger Outlet Bypass-Valve
(23HQ) without the Centralized
Fault Display System (CFDS)
CHECK VALVE - AIR INLET 21-26-56
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Air Inlet Check 401 ALL
Valve (2150HM)
Installation of the Air Inlet 406 ALL

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Check Valve (2150HM)
CHECK VALVE - AIR INLET 21-26-56
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Check of Air Inlet 501 ALL
Check Valve 2150HM

CARGO COMPARTMENT VENTILATION 21-28-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 7 ALL
AFT Cargo-Compartment 7 ALL
Ventilation-System
System Performance 7 ALL
Power Supply 7 ALL
Component Description 12 ALL
Cargo Ventilation Controller 12 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Cargo Ventilation Controller 12 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
AFT Cargo-Compartment 13 ALL
Isolation-Valves
Extraction Fan 13 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 13 ALL
Operation 16 ALL
Control and Indication 17 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Control and Indication 17 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

CARGO COMPARTMENT VENTILATION 21-28-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Aft 401 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Ventilation
Isolation-Valves 33HN, 34HN
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-28-05 401 ALL
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Reactivation of the AFT 408 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Ventilation
Isolation-Valves 33HN, 34HN
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-28-05 408 ALL
b)

CARGO COMPARTMENT VENTILATION 21-28-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Functional Test of the AFT 501 ALL
Cargo-Compartment
Ventilation-System
Operational Test of the AFT 508 ALL
Cargo-Compartment
Ventilation-System
CONTROLLER - VENTILATION 21-28-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Ventilation 401 ALL
Controller (10HN)
Installation of the Ventilation 404 ALL
Controller (10HN)
VALVE - ISOLATION, AFT CARGO 21-28-52
COMPARTMENT
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the AFT 401 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Ventilation
Isolation-Valves (33HN, 34HN)
Installation of the AFT 410 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Ventilation
Isolation-Valves (33HN, 34HN)
FAN - EXTRACTION, AFT CARGO 21-28-54
COMPARTMENT
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Aft 401 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Ventilation
Extraction-Fan (35HN)
Installation of the Aft 405 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Ventilation
Extraction-Fan (35HN)

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PRESSURIZATION CONTROL 21-30-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Automatic Operation 1 ALL
Semi-Automatic Operation 1 ALL

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Manual Operation 1 ALL

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING 21-31-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 7 ALL
The Pressure Control and 7 001-049, 051-099
Monitoring System 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Pressure Schedules 9 ALL
Power Supply 16 ALL
Interface 16 ALL
System Interfaces 17 001-049, 051-061
101-105, 201-203
FMGS - Interface 17 001-049, 051-061
101-105, 201-203
System Interfaces 28 062-099, 106-149
151-199, 204-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
FMGS - Interface 28 062-099, 106-149
151-199, 204-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
LGCIU Interface 29 ALL
EIU Interface 29 ALL
CFDS Interface 29 ALL
Explanations to the Parameter 29 ALL
List
Pressurization Control Parameter 32 ALL
List EQPT: 5C
Alpha Call-up List. 35 ALL
Component Description 35 ALL
Cabin Pressure Controller (CPC) 35 ALL
Outflow Valve 39 ALL
Outflow Valve 42 ALL
Protection Creel 44 106-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Safety Valves 45 001-049, 051-099

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101-149, 151-199
201-239, 301-312
401-499, 501-501
Safety Valves 45 240-249, 251-299
313-399, 502-509
511-526, 528-599
Operation/Control and Indicating 49 ALL
Automatic Operation 50 ALL
Semi-Automatic Operation 52 ALL
Manual Operation 52 ALL
Operation if there is a Failure 52 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Operation if there is a Failure 53 106-149, 234-235
239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Control and Indicating 54 ALL
Failure Indications 57 ALL
Cabin Altitude Indication 58 ALL
BITE Test 60 ALL
CPC Power-Up Test 60 ALL
CPC Reset 60 ALL
Built-In Test Equipment 60 ALL
MCDU Maintenance Messages 66 001-049, 051-061
101-105, 201-203
MCDU Maintenance Messages 74 ALL
MCDU Maintenance Messages 81 ALL

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING 21-31-00


SERVICING 301 ALL
Replace Safety Valve for 301 ALL
Restoration

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING 21-31-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Verification Test (Safety Valves 401 ALL
and Outflow Valve)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-31-04 401 ALL
Verification Test of the Automatic 409 ALL
Cabin-Pressure Control-Systems
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-31-02 409 ALL

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Verification Test of the Safety 413 ALL
Valves (6HL, 7HL) (Position
Indication on ECAM CAB PRESS Page)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-31-07 413 ALL
Verification Test of the Safety 416 ALL
Valves (6HL, 7HL) (OPEN Caution on
ECAM)
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-31-08 416 ALL
Deactivation of the CPC2 418 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 418 ALL
21-31-01-2)
Reactivation of the CPC2 421 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 421 ALL
21-31-01-2)
Deactivation of the CPC1 423 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 423 ALL
21-31-01-1)
Reactivation of the CPC1 426 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 426 ALL
21-31-01-1)

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING 21-31-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Pressure 501 ALL
Control and Monitoring
Operational Test of Manual Mode 506 ALL
Selection and Manual Mode Pressure
Control and Functional Test of
Manual Mode Cabin Altitude/Outflow
Valve Position Indication
Operational Test of the Outflow 511 ALL
Valve Closing in Ditching
Configuration
Operational Test of Outflow Valve 514 ALL
Partial Opening by Emergency Ram
Air Switch
Operational Test of Safety Valve 517 ALL
Position Indication
Functional Test of the Positive 520 ALL
and Negative Delta P Protection of
the Safety Valves
Resistance Check of the Return 530 ALL
Ground Connections - Cabin
Pressure Controller (CPC) 1 (11HL)
and 2 (12HL) and the Electronic

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Modules 10HL-1 and 10HL-2

PRESSURE CONTROL AND MONITORING 21-31-00


CLEANING/PAINTING 701 ALL
Cleaning of the Moveable Seals of 701 ALL
the Outflow-Valve
CONTROLLER - CABIN PRESSURE 21-31-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Cabin Pressure 401 ALL
Controller (11HL, 12HL)
Installation of the Cabin Pressure 408 ALL
Controller (11HL, 12HL)
CONTROL UNIT - RESIDUAL PRESSURE 21-31-35
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 106-149, 234-235
239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Removal of the Residual Pressure 401 106-149, 234-235
Control Unit (9HL) 239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Installation of the Residual 404 106-149, 234-235
Pressure Control Unit (9HL) 239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
VALVE - OUTFLOW 21-31-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Outflow Valve 10HL 401 ALL
(From Inside)
Installation of the Outflow Valve 417 ALL
10HL (From Inside)
Removal of the Outflow Valve 10HL 432 001-049, 051-099
(From Outside) 101-105,
Installation of the Outflow Valve 442 001-049, 051-099
10HL (From Outside) 101-105,
Removal of the Outflow Valve 453 ALL
(10HL) - Electronics Module 10HL-1
(10HL-2)
Installation of the Outflow Valve 460 ALL
(10HL) - Electronics Module 10HL-1
(10HL-2)
Removal of the Outflow Valve 468 ALL

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(10HL) - Auto Motor 10HL-3
(10HL-4)
Installation of the Outflow Valve 475 ALL
(10HL) - Auto Motor 10HL-3
(10HL-4)
Removal of the Outflow Valve 484 ALL
(10HL) - Manual Motor 10HL-5
Installation of the Outflow Valve 490 ALL
(10HL) - Manual Motor 10HL-5
Removal of the Outflow Valve 498 ALL
(10HL) - Feedback Assembly 10HL-6
Installation of the Outflow Valve A404 ALL
(10HL) - Feedback Assembly 10HL-6
VALVE - SAFETY 21-31-52
SERVICING 301 ALL
Scheduled Replacement of the 301 ALL
Safety Valve Filter
VALVE - SAFETY 21-31-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Safety Valve 6HL 401 ALL
(7HL)
Installation of the Safety Valve 405 ALL
6HL (7HL)

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HEATING 21-40-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Aft Cargo-Compartment Heating 1 ALL

CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING 21-43-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Aft Cargo-Compartment Heating 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 10 ALL
Power Supply 13 ALL
Component Description 13 ALL
Temperature Sensors 13 ALL
Temperature Selector 18 ALL
Trim-Air Valve 18 ALL
Heating Controller 18 ALL
Pressure Regulating-Valve 22 ALL
Operation/Control and Indicating 25 ALL
AFT Cargo-Compartment 25 ALL
Temperature-Selector
Hot-Air Switch 25 ALL

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Operation of the AFT CC Heating 25 ALL
System if there is a ventilation
failure.
BITE Test 25 ALL
CHC Power-up Test 25 ALL
CFDS Maintenance Messages 28 ALL

CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING 21-43-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the AFT Cargo 401 ALL
Compartment-Heating Trim-Air Valve
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-43-02 401 ALL
b)
Reactivation of the AFT Cargo 407 ALL
Compartment-Heating Trim-Air Valve
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-43-02 407 ALL
b)
Deactivation of the AFT Cargo 412 ALL
Compartment-Heating
Pressure-Regulating Valve
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-43-02 412 ALL
b)
Reactivation of the AFT Cargo 420 ALL
Compartment-Heating
Pressure-Regulating Valve
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-43-02 420 ALL
b)

CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING 21-43-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the AFT Cargo 501 ALL
Compartment Heating System
Power-up (BITE) Test of the 507 ALL
Cargo-Compartment Heating
Controller

CARGO COMPARTMENT HEATING 21-43-00


CLEANING/PAINTING 701 ALL
Cleaning of the Cargo Compartment 701 ALL
Duct-Temperature Sensors 3HC, 4HC
and/or 13HC and the Cargo
Compartment-Temperature Sensor
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SENSOR - DUCT TEMPERATURE (AFT CARGO 21-43-15
COMPARTMENT)
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Aft 401 ALL
Cargo-Compartment
Temperature-Sensors 13HC and 14HC
Installation of the Aft 408 ALL
Cargo-Compartment
Temperature-Sensors 13HC and 14HC
SELECTOR - AFT CARGO TEMP 21-43-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Aft 401 ALL
Cargo-Compartment
Temperature-Selector 15HC
Installation of the Aft 405 ALL
Cargo-Compartment
Temperature-Selector 15HC
CONTROLLER - HEAT 21-43-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the AFT Cargo Heat 401 ALL
Controller (10HC)
Installation of the AFT Cargo Heat 404 ALL
Controller (10HC)
VALVE - TRIM AIR, AFT CARGO 21-43-51
COMPARTMENT
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Aft Cargo-Trim 401 ALL
Air-Valve (12HC)
Installation of the Aft Cargo-Trim 407 ALL
Air-Valve (12HC)
VALVE - PRESSURE REGULATING 21-43-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pressure Regulating 401 ALL
Valve - Aft Cargo-Compartment
Heating
Installation of the Pressure 412 ALL
Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating

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AIR COOLING 21-50-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Flow Control and Indication 7 001-003, 051-054
Air Cooling System 7 001-003, 051-054
Pack Cooling - Air Control 7 001-003, 051-054
Emergency Ram-Air Inlet 7 001-003, 051-054

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Flow Control and Indication 8 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Air Cooling System 8 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Pack Cooling - Air Control 8 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Emergency Ram-Air Inlet 8 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,

FLOW CONTROL AND INDICATING 21-51-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 18 ALL
Flow Control Valve 18 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 236-238
Pressure Sensor (Flow Sensor) 25 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 236-238
Ozone Filters 25 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 236-238
Mixer Flap Actuator 26 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 236-238
Flow Control Valve 26 051-099, 106-149
201-233,
Pressure Sensor (Flow Sensor) 27 051-099, 106-149
201-233,
Mixer Flap Actuator 27 051-099, 106-149
201-233,
Flow Control Unit 27 234-235, 239-249
401-499, 501-509

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511-526, 528-599
Differential Pressure Sensor 28 234-235, 239-249
(DPS) (FLow Sensor), , Pack 401-499, 501-509
Inlet Pressure Sensor (PIPS) 511-526, 528-599
Mixer Flap Actuator 28 234-235, 239-249
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Flow Control Unit 29 251-299,
Differential Pressure Sensor 30 251-299,
(DPS) (FLow Sensor), , Pack
Inlet Pressure Sensor (PIPS)
Ozone Filters 30 251-299,
Mixer Flap Actuator 30 251-299,
Flow Control Valve 30 301-304,
Pressure Sensor (Flow Sensor) 31 301-304,
Mixer Flap Actuator 31 301-304,
Flow Control Unit 32 305-399,
Differential Pressure Sensor 33 305-399,
(DPS) (FLow Sensor), , Pack
Inlet Pressure Sensor (PIPS)
Mixer Flap Actuator 33 305-399,
Power Supply 33 ALL
Component Description 38 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-304, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Flow Control Valves 38 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-304, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Component Description 46 305-399,
Flow Control Valves 46 305-399,
Pressure Sensor 50 001-003, 051-054
Pressure Sensor 50 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Differential Pressure Sensor 50 234-235, 239-249
(DPS), Pack Inlet Pressure 251-299, 305-399
Sensor (PIPS) 401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Mixer Flap Actuator 53 ALL

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Ozone Filter 53 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 236-238
Ozone Filter 53 251-299,
Operation/Control and Indication 53 ALL
Flow Control Valve 56 001-049, 051-060
101-102,
Flow Control Valve 62 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Flow Control Valve 64 301-304,
Flow Control Valve 66 305-399,
Flow Control Valve 68 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
Mixer Flap Actuator 70 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Mixer Flap Actuator 70 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
The PACK FLOW Selector Switch 70 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
The PACK FLOW Selector Switch 71 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
The ECON FLOW Pushbutton Switch 71 301-304,
The ECON FLOW Pushbutton Switch 71 305-399,
Pack 1 (2) Pushbutton Switches 71 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Pack 1 (2) Pushbutton Switches 72 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
BITE Test 73 ALL

FLOW CONTROL AND INDICATING 21-51-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Pack 401 001-049, 051-099

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Flow-Control Valve 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-51-01 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Reactivation of the Pack 409 001-049, 051-099
Flow-Control Valve 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-51-01 409 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Deactivation of the Air 412 234-235, 239-249
Conditioning Pack 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-52-01 412 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Reactivation of the Air 417 234-235, 239-249
Conditioning Pack 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-52-01 417 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

FLOW CONTROL AND INDICATING 21-51-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Flow 501 ALL
Control and Indicating System
Operational Test of the Flow 518 ALL
Control Valves Closing

FLOW CONTROL AND INDICATING 21-51-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,

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Delta P Sense Lines Torque Check 601 004-049, 055-099
and Inspection 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,

FLOW CONTROL AND INDICATING 21-51-00


REPAIRS 801 ALL
Attachment Components - 801 ALL
Repair/Replacement
SENSOR - PRESSURE 21-51-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Differential 401 001-049, 051-099
Pressure Sensor 9HB (10HB) 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Installation of the Differential 410 001-049, 051-099
Pressure Sensor 9HB (10HB) 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Removal of the Differential 418 106-149, 234-235
Pressure Sensor 23HB2 (24HB2) 239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Installation of the Differential 422 106-149, 234-235
Pressure Sensor 23HB2 (24HB2) 239-249, 251-299
303-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
SENSOR - PACK INLET PRESSURE 21-51-13
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Pack-Inlet Pressure 401 234-235, 239-249
Sensor 23HB1 (24HB1) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Pack-Inlet 405 234-235, 239-249
Pressure Sensor 23HB1 (24HB1) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
FILTER - OZONE 21-51-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 236-238

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251-299,
Removal of the Ozone Filter 401 001-049, 101-105
(Converter) 100HM (101HM) 151-199, 236-238
251-299,
Installation of the Ozone Filter 423 001-049, 101-105
100HM (101HM) 151-199, 236-238
251-299,
Remove Ozone Filter (Converter) 441 001-049, 101-105
for Functional Check 151-199, 236-238
251-299,
FILTER - OZONE 21-51-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 001-049, 101-105
151-199, 236-238
251-299,
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 001-049, 101-105
Wear Limits) - Ozone Filter 100HM 151-199, 236-238
(101HM) 251-299,
VALVE - PACK FLOW CONTROL 21-51-51
SERVICING 301 001-003, 051-054
Scheduled Replacement of the 301 001-003, 051-054
Trailing-Edge Probe Filter of the
Pack Flow-Control Valve
VALVE - PACK FLOW CONTROL 21-51-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pack Flow-Control 401 ALL
Valve/ Pack Flow-Control Unit
Installation of the Pack 426 ALL
Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
Flow-Control Unit
Removal of the Air Duct upstream 465 051-099, 201-233
of the Flow Control Valve 301-302,
Installation of the Air Duct 470 051-099, 201-233
upstream of the Flow Control Valve 301-302,
Removal of the Air Duct upstream 478 106-149, 234-235
of the Flow Control Unit 239-249, 303-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Air Duct 483 106-149, 234-235
upstream of the Flow Control Unit 239-249, 303-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
VALVE - PACK FLOW CONTROL 21-51-51
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 ALL
Wear Limits) - Flow Control Valve
(Unit)

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PAGE ___________
Attachment Components (In-Service 605 051-099, 106-149
Wear Limits) - Air Duct 201-235, 239-249
251-299, 301-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
ACTUATOR - MIXER FLAP 21-51-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Mixer Flap Actuator 401 ALL
20HB
Installation of the Mixer Flap 405 ALL
Actuator 20HB

AIR COOLING SYSTEM 21-52-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 4 ALL
Primary Heat Exchangers 4 ALL
Air-Cycle Machines 8 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Air-Cycle Machines 8 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Main Heat Exchangers 8 ALL
Reheaters 8 ALL
Condensers 9 ALL
Water Extractors 9 ALL
Downstream Check Valves 9 ALL
Fan Plenums 9 ALL
Component Description 9 ALL
Air Conditioning Packs 9 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
Air Conditioning Packs 11 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Air Conditioning Packs 11 301-399,
Air-Cycle Machine 12 ALL
Water Extractor 15 ALL
Reheater 15 ALL
Condenser 15 ALL
Primary Heat Exchanger 15 ALL

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Main Heat Exchanger 15 ALL
Check-Valve Pack Downstream 15 ALL
Water Injector 22 ALL
Fan Plenum 22 ALL
Operation/Control and Indication 22 ALL
Normal Operating Mode 24 ALL
BITE Test 26 ALL

AIR COOLING SYSTEM 21-52-00


SERVICING 301 ALL
Replacement of the Water Injector 301 ALL
Nozzle

AIR COOLING SYSTEM 21-52-00


REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-306, 401-403
Discard Combo Seals and Periseals 401 001-049, 051-099
on Hot Air Inlet Ducting, Trim Air 101-105, 151-199
Ducting and Pack Ducting 201-228, 236-238
301-302,
Discard O Ring Seals on Hot Air 403 001-049, 051-099
Inlet Ducting, Trim Air Ducting 101-149, 151-199
and Pack Ducting 201-233, 236-238
301-306, 401-403

AIR COOLING SYSTEM 21-52-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Air 501 ALL
Cooling System
Pressure Drop Test of the Reheater 502 ALL
10HM3 (11HM3)
Remove Condenser for Leak Test 517 ALL
10HM2 (11HM2)

AIR COOLING SYSTEM 21-52-00


INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Inspection of Interior 601 ALL
and Exterior of Plenum Chamber
(10HM5 and 11HM5) for Signs of
Delamination

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Detailed Visual Inspection of 610 ALL
Pipe-Assemblies between the Heat
Exchanger Unit, the Bypass Valve,
the Anti-Ice Valve (if installed)
and the Air Cycle Machine
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 621 001-049, 051-099
Anti-Ice Valve Sense-Lines 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Hot-Air Leak-Check in the Air 626 ALL
Conditioning Bay
General Visual Inspection of the 637 ALL
Bellows between the Pack Outlet
and the Mixer Unit
General Visual Inspection of Water 644 ALL
Injector Nozzles for Erosion
Detailed Inspection of the Pack 650 ALL
Downstream Check-Valve Flappers

AIR COOLING SYSTEM 21-52-00


CLEANING/PAINTING 701 ALL
Cleaning of the Air Conditioning 701 ALL
Pack-Primary Heat Exchanger 10HM6
(11HM6) and the Main Heat
Exchanger 10HM7 (11HM7)
Cleaning of the Air Conditioning 707 051-052,
Pack-Reheater 10HM3 (11HM3)
Cleaning of the Air Conditioning 711 001-049, 053-099
Pack-Reheater 10HM3 (11HM3) 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Cleaning of the Air Conditioning 715 ALL
Pack-Condensor 10HM2 (11HM2)

AIR COOLING SYSTEM 21-52-00


REPAIRS 801 ALL
Attachment Components - 801 ALL
Repair/Replacement
Air Cycle Machine - Compressor 818 051-052,
Return Duct - Preformed Packing
Replacement
EXTRACTOR - WATER 21-52-16

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REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Water Extractor 401 ALL
10HM8 (11HM8)
Installation of the Water 407 ALL
Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)
EXTRACTOR - WATER 21-52-16
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 ALL
Wear Limits) - Water Extractor
10HM8 (11HM8)
MACHINE - AIR CYCLE 21-52-21
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Air Cycle Machine 401 ALL
10HM1 (11HM1)
Installation of the Air Cycle 411 ALL
Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
Removal of the Compressor Inlet 425 001-049, 051-099
Gasket 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Compressor 429 001-049, 051-099
Inlet Gasket 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
MACHINE - AIR CYCLE 21-52-21
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 ALL
Wear Limits) - Air Cycle Machine
10HM1 (11HM1)
PLENUM CHAMBER 21-52-22
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Fan Plenum Chamber 401 ALL
10HM5 (11HM5).
Installation of the Fan Plenum 408 ALL
Chamber 10HM5 (11HM5)
PIPE ASSY 21-52-23
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pipe Assembly 401 ALL
between the Main Heat Exchanger
and the Air Cycle Machine
Installation of the Pipe Assembly 408 ALL
between the Main Heat Exchanger
and the Air Cycle Machine
Removal of the Pipe Assembly 423 ALL

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between the Anti-Ice Valve (if
installed), the Bypass Valve and
the Air Cycle Machine
Installation of the Pipe Assembly 429 ALL
between the Anti-Ice Valve (if
installed), the Bypass Valve and
the Air Cycle Machine
Removal of the Pipe Assembly 439 001-049, 051-099
between the Anti-Ice Valve (if 101-149, 151-199
installed) and the Bypass Air Duct 201-233, 236-238
of the Primary Heat Exchanger 301-304,
Installation of the Pipe Assembly 444 001-049, 051-099
between the Anti-Ice Valve (if 101-149, 151-199
installed) and the Bypass Air Duct 201-233, 236-238
Duct of the Primary Heat Exchanger 301-304,
HEAT EXCHANGER UNIT 21-52-24
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Heat Exchanger Unit 401 ALL
10HM4 (11HM4) (From the Aircraft)
Installation of the Heat Exchanger 421 ALL
Unit 10HM4 (11HM4) (Into the
Aircraft)
Removal of the Heat Exchanger Unit 450 ALL
10HM4 (11HM4) (From the Air
Conditioning Pack)
Installation of the Heat Exchanger 454 ALL
Unit 10HM4 (11HM4) (Into the Air
Conditioning Pack)
HEAT EXCHANGER UNIT 21-52-24
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 ALL
Wear Limits) - Heat Exchanger
10HM4 (11HM4)
HEAT EXCHANGER - PRIMARY 21-52-25
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Primary Heat 401 ALL
Exchanger 10HM6 (11HM6)
Installation of the Primary Heat 406 ALL
Exchanger 10HM6 (11HM6)
HEAT EXCHANGER - MAIN 21-52-26
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Main Heat Exchanger 401 ALL
10HM7 (11HM7)
Installation of the Main Heat 406 ALL
Exchanger 10HM7 (11HM7)
REHEATER 21-52-31

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REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Reheater 10HM3 401 ALL
(11HM3)
Installation of the Reheater 10HM3 408 ALL
(11HM3)
REHEATER 21-52-31
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 ALL
Wear Limits) - Reheater 10HM3
(11HM3)
CONDENSER 21-52-32
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Condenser 10HM2 401 ALL
(11HM2)
Installation of the Condenser 412 ALL
10HM2 (11HM2)
CONDENSER 21-52-32
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 ALL
Wear Limits) - Condensor 10HM2
(11HM2)
PACK - AIR CONDITIONING 21-52-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Air Conditioning 401 ALL
Pack 10HM (11HM)
Installation of the Air 426 ALL
Conditioning Pack 10HM (11HM)
PACK - AIR CONDITIONING 21-52-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Attachment Components (In-Service 601 ALL
Wear Limits) - Air Conditioning
Pack 10HM (11HM)
INJECTOR - WATER 21-52-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Water Injector 20HM 401 ALL
(21HM)
Installation of the Water Injector 406 ALL
20HM (21HM)
CHECK VALVE - PACK DOWNSTREAM 21-52-43
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pack Downstream 401 ALL
Check-Valves 15HM and 16HM
Installation of the Pack 413 ALL
Downstream Check-Valves 15HM and
16HM
CHECK VALVE - PACK DOWNSTREAM 21-52-43

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INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of 601 ALL
Pack-Air Check-Valve Flappers for
Condition and Operation

PACK COOLING AIR CONTROL 21-53-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL

EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET 21-55-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
Emergency Ram-Air-Inlet Actuator 10 ALL
Check Valve 10 ALL
Component Description 10 ALL
Emergency Ram-Air Inlet Actuator 10 ALL
Check Valve 12 ALL
Operation/Control and Indication 12 ALL
Opening of the Emergency Ram-Air 13 ALL
Inlet
Closing of the Emergency Ram-Air 13 ALL
Inlet
LP Ground Connections 14 ALL

EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET 21-55-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Operational Test of the Emergency 401 ALL
Ram-Air Inlet System
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-55-02 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Emergency 404 ALL
Ram-Air Inlet in closed Position
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-55-01 404 ALL
Reactivation of the Emergency 408 ALL
Ram-Air Inlet
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-55-01 408 ALL

EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET 21-55-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Emergency 501 ALL
Ram-Air Inlet
Operational Test of Emergency 505 ALL
Ram-Air Inlet and Flow Control

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Valve Closing in Ditching
Configuration
CHECK VALVE - EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET 21-55-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Emergency Ram-Air 401 ALL
Check-Valve 4022HM
Installation of the Emergency 404 ALL
Ram-Air Check-Valve 4022HM
CHECK VALVE - EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET 21-55-41
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of 601 ALL
Emergency Ram-Air/Low Pressure
Ground-Air Check-Valve Flappers
for Condition and Operation
ACTUATOR - EMERGENCY RAM AIR INLET 21-55-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Emergency Ram Air 401 ALL
Inlet Actuator (7HZ)
Installation of the Emergency Ram 404 ALL
Air Inlet Actuator (7HZ)

CONDITIONED SERVICE AIR SYSTEM (CSAS) 21-58-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the 501 ALL
Conditioned Service Air System
without Bleed Air
Operational Test of the 502 ALL
Conditioned Service Air System
with Bleed Air

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TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-60-00
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
System Description 1 ALL
System Description of the ECS 7 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
System Description of the ECS 7 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
System Description of the ECS 8 001-049, 051-099
Control 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
System Description of the ECS 9 234-235, 239-249

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Control 251-299, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
System Description of the ECS 10 301-399,
Control
Operation/Control and Indicating 11 ALL
Operation of the Cockpit and 20 001-049, 051-099
Cabin Temperature Control 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Operation of the Cockpit and 21 234-235, 239-249
Cabin Temperature Control 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Operation of the Pack 28 001-003, 051-054
Temperature Control
Operation of the Pack 29 004-049, 055-099
Temperature Control 101-149, 151-199
201-249, 251-299
301-399, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Overall Air Cooling and 33 001-003, 053-054
Temperature Control
Overall Air Cooling and 34 004-049, 055-099
Temperature Control 101-105, 151-158
201-210,
Overall Air Cooling and 35 051-052,
Temperature Control
Overall Air Cooling and 37 106-149, 159-199
Temperature Control 211-233, 236-238
Overall Air Cooling and 38 234-235, 239-249
Temperature Control 251-299, 401-499
501-509, 511-526
528-599,
Overall Air Cooling and 39 301-304,
Temperature Control
Overall Air Cooling and 40 305-399,
Temperature Control

PACK TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-61-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 18 ALL
Anti-Ice Valves 22 001-049, 051-099

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101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Bypass Valves 22 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Bypass Valves 23 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Temperature Sensors 23 001-003, 051-054
Temperature Sensors 24 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Temperature Sensors 24 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Pneumatic Compressor 25 001-049, 051-099
Overheat-Sensors 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Pressure Sensors 25 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Pack Outlet Pneumatic-Sensors 25 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Pack Controllers 25 001-003, 051-054
Pack Controllers 26 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Air Conditioning System 26 234-235, 239-249
Controllers (ACSC) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Ram Air-Inlet Actuators 27 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Ram Air-Inlet Actuators 27 234-235, 239-249

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251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Ram Air-Outlet Actuators 27 001-003, 051-054
Pack Inlet Pressure-Sensors 27 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Power Supply 28 ALL
Interface 51 ALL
Explanations to the Parameter 51 ALL
List
Component Description 69 ALL
Pack Controller 69 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Air Conditioning System 72 234-235, 239-249
Controller (ACSC) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Ram Air Inlet Actuator 73 001-003, 051-054
Ram Air Inlet Actuator 73 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Ram Air Inlet Actuator 73 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Ram-Air Outlet Actuator 76 001-003, 051-054
Bypass Valve 76 001-003, 051-054
Bypass Valve 78 004-049, 055-099
101-105, 151-158
201-210,
Bypass Valve 78 106-149, 159-199
211-233, 236-238
301-304,
Bypass Valve 79 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Anti-ice Valve 79 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
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Compressor Discharge 85 001-049, 051-099
Temperature-Sensor 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Compressor Discharge 88 234-235, 239-249
Temperature-Sensor 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Compressor Overheat Sensor 88 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Water Extractor 88 001-049, 051-099
Temperature-Sensor 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Water Extractor 91 234-235, 239-249
Temperature-Sensor 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Compressor Pneumatic 91 001-049, 051-099
Overheat-Sensor 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Pack Outlet Pneumatic-Sensor 91 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Pack Discharge Pressure Sensor 91 234-235, 239-249
(PDPS) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Bleed Temperature Sensor 94 001-003, 051-054
Pack Inlet Pressure-Sensor 94 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Pack Discharge 94 001-049, 051-099
Temperature-Sensor 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Pack Discharge 96 234-235, 239-249
Temperature-Sensor 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Operation/Control and Indicating 96 ALL

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Normal Operation A 2 001-003, 051-054
Operation in Failure Cases A 6 001-003, 051-054
Normal Operation A 7 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Operation in Failure Cases A 8 004-049, 055-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Normal Operation A 9 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Operation in Failure Cases A 10 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Pneumatic Control and Overheat A 11 001-049, 051-099
Protection 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
BITE Test A 11 ALL
Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) A 11 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
MCDU A 13 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) A 13 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
MCDU A 14 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
403-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
MCDU A 20 401-402,
CFDS Maintenance Messages A 23 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599

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PACK TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-61-00
DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Air Inlet Flap 401 ALL
in the Open Position
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-52-02 401 ALL
a)
Reactivation of the Air Inlet Flap 407 ALL
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-52-02 407 ALL
a)
Deactivation of the Air Outlet 412 001-003, 051-054
Flap in the Open Position
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-52-03 412 001-003, 051-054
a)
Reactivation of the Air Outlet 421 001-003, 051-054
Flap
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-52-03 421 001-003, 051-054
a)

PACK TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-61-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Pack 501 ALL
Temperature-Control System

PACK TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-61-00


REPAIRS 801 ALL
Attachment and Linkage Components 801 ALL
- Repair/Replacement
Ram Air Outlet-Flap Guide Plates - 806 001-003, 051-054
Replacement of Sheared or Loose
Rivets
SENSOR - COMPRESSOR TEMPERATURE 21-61-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Compressor Outlet - 401 ALL
Temperature Sensor 12HH (32HH)
Installation of the Compressor 407 ALL
Outlet - Temperature Sensor 12HH
(32HH)
SENSOR - COMPRESSOR OVERHEAT 21-61-12
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Compressor Overheat 401 001-049, 051-099
- Temperature Sensor 15HH (35HH) 101-149, 151-199

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201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Installation of the Compressor 405 001-049, 051-099
Overheat - Temperature Sensor 15HH 101-149, 151-199
(35HH) 201-233, 236-238
301-304,
SENSOR - WATER EXTRACTOR TEMPERATURE 21-61-13
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Water-Extractor 401 ALL
Temperature Sensors 11HH and 31HH
Installation of the 405 ALL
Water-Extractor Temperature
Sensors 11HH and 31HH
SENSOR - PRESSURE 21-61-14
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Pack Discharge 401 234-235, 239-249
Pressure Sensor (14HH, 20HH) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the Pack Discharge 405 234-235, 239-249
Pressure Sensor (14HH, 20HH) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
SENSOR - PACK OUTLET TEMPERATURE 21-61-15
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pack Outlet - 401 ALL
Temperature Sensors 13HH and 34HH
Installation of the Pack Outlet - 405 ALL
Temperature Sensors 13HH and 34HH
SENSOR - PACK INLET PRESSURE 21-61-16
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Pack-Inlet Pressure 401 001-049, 051-099
Sensor 16HH (36HH) 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Installation of the Pack-Inlet 407 001-049, 051-099
Pressure Sensor 16HH (36HH) 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
SENSOR - BLEED TEMPERATURE 21-61-17

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REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-003, 051-054
Removal of the Bleed Air 401 001-003, 051-054
Temperature Sensor 18HH (38HH)
Installation of the Bleed Air 406 001-003, 051-054
Temperature Sensor 18HH (38HH)
SENSOR - COMPRESSOR PNEUMATIC OVERHEAT 21-61-18
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Compressor 401 001-049, 051-099
Pneumatic Overheat-Sensor 10HM9 101-149, 151-199
(11HM9) 201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Installation of the Compressor 405 001-049, 051-099
Pneumatic Overheat-Sensor 10HM9 101-149, 151-199
(11HM9) 201-233, 236-238
301-304,
SENSOR - PACK OUTLET PNEUMATIC 21-61-19
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Pack-Outlet 401 001-049, 051-099
Pneumatic Sensor 10HM10 (11HM10) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Installation of the Pack-Outlet 405 001-049, 051-099
Pneumatic Sensor 10HM10 (11HM10) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
CONTROLLER - PACK 21-61-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 1 401 001-049, 051-099
101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Removal of the Pack Controller 401 001-049, 051-099
(7HH, 27HH) 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
Installation of the Pack 404 001-049, 051-099
Controller (7HH, 27HH) 101-105, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-302,
CONTROLLER - AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 21-61-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 2 401 234-235, 239-249

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251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Removal of the Air-Conditioning 401 234-235, 239-249
System Controller (47HH, 57HH) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Installation of the 404 234-235, 239-249
Air-Conditioning System Controller 251-299, 305-399
(47HH, 57HH) 401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
CONTROLLER - PACK 21-61-34
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 3 401 106-149, 303-304
Removal of the Pack Controller 401 106-149, 303-304
(7HH, 27HH)
Installation of the Pack 404 106-149, 303-304
Controller (7HH, 27HH)
VALVE - ANTI ICE 21-61-41
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Anti-Ice Valve 17HH 401 001-049, 051-099
(37HH) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Installation of the Anti-Ice Valve 407 001-049, 051-099
17HH (37HH) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Anti-Ice Valve 415 001-049, 051-099
Sense-Lines Assembly 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Installation of the Anti-Ice Valve 425 001-049, 051-099
Sense-Lines Assembly 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Back Up Solenoid 431 106-149, 159-199
211-233, 236-238
301-304,
Installation of the Back Up 435 106-149, 159-199
Solenoid 211-233, 236-238
301-304,
ACTUATOR - AIR INLET FLAP 21-61-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL

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Removal of the Air-Inlet Flap 401 ALL
Actuator 8HH and 28HH
Installation of the Air-Inlet Flap 406 ALL
Actuator 8HH and 28HH
Removal of the Air Inlet 412 ALL
Installation of the Air Inlet 425 ALL
Removal of the Air-Inlet Flap 433 ALL
Mechanism
Installation of the Air-Inlet Flap 438 ALL
Mechanism
Removal of the Air Inlet 444 ALL
Flap-Assembly
Installation of the Air Inlet 450 ALL
Flap-Assembly
ACTUATOR - AIR INLET FLAP 21-61-51
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Adjustment of the Air Inlet Flap 501 ALL
ACTUATOR - AIR INLET FLAP 21-61-51
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Inspection of Actuator 601 ALL
Mechanism and Inlet Flap Backlash
and Check Gap between Inlet Nose
and Diffusor Ramp
Inspection of the Air Inlet Flap 606 ALL
Backlash
Air-Inlet Flap Mechanism - 611 ALL
In-Service Wear Limits
ACTUATOR - AIR OUTLET FLAP 21-61-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Air-Outlet Flap 401 001-003, 051-054
Actuator 9HH (29HH)
Installation of the Air-Outlet 405 001-003, 051-054
Flap Actuator 9HH (29HH)
Removal of the Ram-Air Outlet Flap 410 001-003, 051-054
Installation of the Ram-Air Outlet 415 001-003, 051-054
Flap
Removal of the Ram-Air Outlet 422 ALL
Installation of the Ram-Air Outlet 432 ALL
ACTUATOR - AIR OUTLET FLAP 21-61-52
ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 001-003, 051-054
Adjustment of the Air Outlet Flap 501 001-003, 051-054
ACTUATOR - AIR OUTLET FLAP 21-61-52
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Inspection of the Ram Air 601 001-003, 051-054
Outlet Flap and Check for
Excessive Backlash of Outlet Flap

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Ram-Air Outlet Flap - In-Service 611 001-003, 051-054
Wear Limits
VALVE - TURBINE BYPASS 21-61-53
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Bypass Valve 10HH 401 ALL
(30HH)
Installation of the Bypass Valve 410 ALL
10HH (30HH)

COCKPIT AND CABIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-63-00


DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1 ALL
General 1 ALL
Component Location 1 ALL
System Description 29 ALL
Zone Controller 31 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Air Conditioning System 32 234-235, 239-249
Controller 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Power Supply 34 ALL
Interface 39 ALL
Explanations to the Parameter 39 001-049, 051-099
List 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Cockpit and Cabin Temperature 47 001-049, 051-099
Control Parameter List EQPT: 5D 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Cockpit and Cabin Temperature 49 001-049, 051-099
Control Parameter List EQPT: 5D 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Cockpit and Cabin Temperature 51 001-049, 051-099
Control Parameter List EQPT: 5D 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Cockpit and Cabin Temperature 54 234-235, 239-249
Control Parameter List EQPT: 5D 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Cockpit and Cabin Temperature 56 234-235, 239-249
Control Parameter List EQPT: 5D 251-299, 305-399

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401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Cockpit and Cabin Temperature 59 234-235, 239-249
Control Parameter List EQPT: 5D 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Cockpit and Cabin Temperature 61 ALL
Control Parameter List Remarks:
Alpha Call-Up List 62 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Alpha Call-Up List 62 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Component Description 62 ALL
Zone Controller 63 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Trim-Air Valve 65 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Zone Temperature Sensor 68 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Duct Temperature Sensor 68 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Mixer Temperature Sensor 68 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Zone Temperature Selector 68 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Trim-Air Pressure 73 001-049, 051-099
Regulating-Valve 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Air Conditioning System 73 234-235, 239-249

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SUBJECT
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_ PAGE EFFECTIVITY
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Controller (ACSC) 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Trim-Air Valve 73 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Zone Temperature Sensor 73 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Duct Temperature Sensor 73 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Mixer Temperature Sensor 74 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Zone Temperature Selector 74 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Trim-Air Pressure 74 234-235, 239-249
Regulating-Valve 251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Hot-Air Pressure Switch 77 ALL
Check Valve 77 ALL
Operation 77 ALL
Normal Operation (Primary 86 001-049, 051-099
Computer) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Normal Operation 88 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Failure Conditions (Secondary 91 001-049, 051-099
Computer) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Control and Indication 93 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
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SUBJECT
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Failure Conditions 97 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
Control and Indication 97 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
BITE Test 98 ALL
Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) 98 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) 98 234-235, 239-249
251-299, 305-399
401-499, 501-509
511-526, 528-599
MCDU A 4 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
CFDS Maintenance Messages A 6 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,

COCKPIT AND CABIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-63-00


SERVICING 301 ALL
Scheduled Replace/Restore the 301 ALL
Trim-Air Pressure-Regulating Valve
Filter

COCKPIT AND CABIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-63-00


DEACTIVATION/REACTIVATION 401 ALL
Deactivation of the Trim Air Valve 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-63-02 401 001-049, 051-099
a) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Reactivation of the Trim Air Valve 408 001-049, 051-099
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SUBJECT
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201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-63-02 408 001-049, 051-099
a) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Deactivation of the Hot-Air 412 ALL
Pressure-Regulating Valve
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-63-03 412 ALL
a)
Reactivation of the Hot-Air 420 ALL
Pressure-Regulating Valve
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-63-03 420 ALL
a)
Deactivation of the Zone 425 001-049, 051-099
Controller - Hot-Air 101-149, 151-199
Pressure-Regulating Valve Check 201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-63-01 425 001-049, 051-099
c) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Reactivation of the Zone 429 001-049, 051-099
Controller - Hot-Air Pressure- 101-149, 151-199
Regulating Valve Check 201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Refer to the MMEL TASK: 21-63-01 429 001-049, 051-099
c) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,

COCKPIT AND CABIN TEMPERATURE CONTROL 21-63-00


ADJUSTMENT/TEST 501 ALL
Operational Test of the Cockpit 501 ALL
and Cabin Temperature Control with
CFDS/MCDU
Operational Test of the 508 001-049, 051-099
Zone-Controller (Back Up 101-149, 151-199
Switching) via CFDS/MCDU 201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Operational Test of the Trim Air 511 ALL
Check-Valves
Functional Test of the Cockpit and 515 ALL
Cabin Temperature Control without
CFDS/MCDU.

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CH/SE/SU C
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SELECTOR - TEMPERATURE 21-63-11
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Temperature 401 ALL
Selector (27HK, 28HK, 29HK)
Installation of the Temperature 405 ALL
Selector (27HK, 28HK, 29HK)
SENSOR - DUCT TEMPERATURE 21-63-15
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Duct Temperature 401 ALL
Sensors 15HK, 16HK and 17HK
Installation of the Duct 405 ALL
Temperature Sensors 15HK, 16HK and
17HK
SENSOR - MIXER UNIT TEMPERATURE 21-63-16
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Mixer Temperature 401 ALL
Sensor 24HK (25HK)
Installation of the Mixer 407 ALL
Temperature Sensor 24HK (25HK)
SENSOR - CABIN TEMPERATURE 21-63-17
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Temperature Sensors 401 ALL
(21HK, 22HK, 23HK)
Installation of the Temperature 414 ALL
Sensors (21HK, 22HK, 23HK)
SENSOR - CABIN TEMPERATURE 21-63-17
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of the 601 ALL
Cockpit (Cabin) Temperature Sensor
21HK (22HK, 23HK) and Ducting for
Contamination
SENSOR - DUCT OVERHEAT TEMPERATURE 21-63-18
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 051-052,
Removal of the Duct 401 051-052,
Overheat-Temperature Sensors 18HK,
19HK and 20HK
Installation of the Duct 404 051-052,
Overheat-Temperature Sensors 18HK,
19HK and 20HK
PRESSURE SWITCH - HOT AIR 21-63-19
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Hot Air-Pressure 401 ALL
Switch 26HK
Installation of the Hot 405 ALL
Air-Pressure Switch 26HK
CONTROLLER - ZONE 21-63-34

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SUBJECT CH/SE/SU
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REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 001-049, 051-099
101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Removal of the Zone Controller 401 001-049, 051-099
(8HK) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
Installation of the Zone 404 001-049, 051-099
Controller (8HK) 101-149, 151-199
201-233, 236-238
301-304,
CHECK VALVE -TRIM AIR 21-63-42
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Trim-Air Check 401 ALL
Valves 18HM and 19HM
Installation of the Trim-Air Check 409 ALL
Valves 18HM and 19HM
CHECK VALVE -TRIM AIR 21-63-42
INSPECTION/CHECK 601 ALL
Detailed Visual Inspection of 601 ALL
Trim-Air Check-Valves Flappers for
Condition and Operation
VALVE - TRIM AIR 21-63-51
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Trim Air Valve 401 ALL
(11HK, 12HK, 13HK)
Installation of the Trim Air Valve 410 ALL
(11HK, 12HK, 13HK)
VALVE - PRESSURE REGULATING 21-63-52
REMOVAL/INSTALLATION 401 ALL
Removal of the Pressure Regulating 401 ALL
Valve 14HK
Installation of the Pressure 410 ALL
Regulating Valve 14HK

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AIR CONDITIONING - GENERAL - DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
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1. General
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(Ref. Fig. 001)
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The air conditioning system keeps the air in the pressurized fuselage
compartments at the correct pressure, temperature and freshness.
In normal conditions, the pneumatic system supplies air to the air
conditioning system from:
- the main engine compressors,
- the APU compressor,
- a high-pressure ground-air supply-unit.
The hot compressed air is cooled, conditioned and supplied to the fuselage
compartments and then discharged overboard through the outflow valve.
You can also supply conditioned air to the distribution system through a low
pressure ground-connection.

2. System
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Description
The air conditioning system gives satisfactory values of pressure,
temperature and freshness of the air in the pressurized fuselage .

A. Sub-systems
The air conditioning system consists of the following sub-systems:
- distribution
- pressurization control,
- air cooling,
- temperature control.

(1) Distribution System (Ref. 21-20-00)


The distribution system delivers conditioned air to the pressurized
fuselage.

(2) Pressurization Control System (Ref. 21-30-00)


The pressurization control system controls the pressure in the
fuselage. It operates fully automatically and has a manual backup.
The pressure change rate is controlled to give satisfactory pressure
values of safety and comfort for the passengers and crew.

(3) Air Cooling System (Ref. 21-50-00)


The air cooling system decreases the temperature of the hot bleed air
from the pneumatic system. It also reduces the quantity of water in
the hot bleed air.
Emergency ram air is supplied if there is a failure in the two air
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(4) Temperature Control System (Ref. 21-60-00)
The temperature control system controls the temperature of the air
supplied to the cockpit and cabin. You can adjust the temperature in
the cockpit and the cabin independently.

B. Air Supply Quantities and Flow Split


For the normal operation and most important failure cases the total
airflows supplied to the cockpit and passenger cabin are shown in table
1. All cases are nominal values.

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(1) Total Fresh Air Quantities (Table 1)


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| f * Qvs * Pc | |
| - Q = ---------------- | |
| 2.87 * Tc | |
| | |
| - Q = mass flow | kg/s |
| - f = selected flow factor | (0.8/1.0/1.2) |
| - Pc = cabin pressure | mbar |
| - Tc = cabin temperature | 297 K |
| - Qvs = normal volumetric flow at sea level | 0.928 cbm/s |
| - 2.87 = constant factor | |
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The nominal values from the use of the above formula:
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| ground kg/s cruise kg/s |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| normal flow (100%) | 1.102 | 0.817 |
| minimum flow | 80 % of norm. | 80 % of norm. |
| maximum flow | 120 % of norm. | 120 % of norm. |
| one pack off | 60 % of norm. | 60 % of norm. |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
These nominal flows can vary by plus 5 % or minus 2 %.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Total fresh air required from the APU: |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| hot day | +38 DEG.C (100.4 DEG.F) | 1.00 kg/s |
| cold day | -23 DEG.C (-9.4 DEG.F) | 1.28 kg/s |
| normal day | - 5 DEG.C (+23 DEG.F) to +30 DEG.C (86 DEG.F) | 0.82 kg/s |
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**ON A/C 301-399,

(1) Total Fresh Air Quantities:


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| f * Qvs * Pc | |
| - Q = ---------------- | |
| 2.87 * Tc | |
| | |
| - Q = mass flow | kg/s |
| - f = selected flow factor | (0.8/1.0) |
| - Pc = cabin pressure | mbar |
| - Tc = cabin temperature | 297 K |
| - Qvs = normal volumetric flow at sea level | 1.088 cbm/s |
| - 2.87 = constant factor | |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
The nominal values from the use of the above formula:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| ground kg/s cruise kg/s |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| normal flow (100%) | 1.293 | 0.96 |
| minimum flow | 80 % of norm. | 80 % of norm. |
| one pack off | 60 % of norm. | 60 % of norm. |
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
These nominal flows can vary by plus 5 % or minus 2 %.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Total fresh air required from the APU: |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| hot day | +38 DEG.C (100.4 DEG.F) | 1.00 kg/s (Garrett) |
| hot day | +38 DEG.C (100.4 DEG.F) | 1.09 kg/s (APIC) |
| cold day | -23 DEG.C (-9.4 DEG.F) | 1.28 kg/s (Garrett) |
| cold day | -23 DEG.C (-9.4 DEG.F) | 1.49 kg/s (APIC) |
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**ON A/C ALL

(2) Distribution Data

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AIR flows and cabin temperatures for normal operating and 1 pack failure cases
Figure 002


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**ON A/C 151-199, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 002A)

**ON A/C 301-399,

(Ref. Fig. 002B)

**ON A/C ALL

Distribution data for all normal operational cases and important


failure cases are shown in table 1. For each case the following data
is given:
- Qt = total fresh airflow to the pressurized fuselage,
- QFD = fresh airflow to the cockpit,
- Qc = fresh airflow to the passenger cabin,
- Qr = recirculation airflow from two recirculation fans,
- number of cabin occupants,
- mixed blown air per cabin occupant,
- fresh air per flight crew member,
- mixed blown air per flight crew member.

3. Power
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Supply
(Ref. Fig. 003)

4. Interface
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The air conditioning system has interfaces with:


- the Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) (Ref. 31-30-00),
- the System Data Aquisition Concentrators (SDACs) (Ref. 31-55-00),
- the Display Management Computers (DMCs) (Ref. 31-63-00)
- the Flight Warning Computers (FWCs) (Ref. 31-53-00)
- the electrical power system (Ref. 24-00-00),
- the Cabin-Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) (Ref. 23-73-00),
- the Engine Interface Units (EIUs) (Ref. 73-25-00),
- the Bleed Monitoring Computers (BMCs) (Ref. 36-11-00),
- the Smoke-Detection Control Unit (SDCU) (Ref. 26-17-00),
- the Landing Gear Control and Interface Unit (LGCIU) (Ref. 32-31-00),
- the Electronic Control Box (ECB) (Ref. 49-61-00),
- the Air Data Computer (ADC) (Ref. 34-12-00)
- the Wing Anti Ice System (WAI) (Ref. 30-11-00)



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Figure 002A


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Figure 002B


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Figure 003 (SHEET 1)



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Figure 003 (SHEET 2)



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- the Nacelle Anti Ice System (NAI) (Ref. 30-21-00)
- the Data Management Unit (DMU) (Ref. 31-36-00).

**ON A/C 401-499,

The air conditioning system has interfaces with:


- the Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) (Ref. 31-30-00),
- the System Data Aquisition Concentrators (SDACs) (Ref. 31-55-00),
- the Display Management Computers (DMCs) (Ref. 31-63-00)
- the Flight Warning Computers (FWCs) (Ref. 31-53-00)
- the electrical power system (Ref. 24-00-00),
- the Cabin-Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) (Ref. 23-73-00),
- the Engine Interface Units (EIUs) (Ref. 73-25-00),
- the Bleed Monitoring Computers (BMCs) (Ref. 36-11-00),
- the CIDS (Smoke Detection Function) (Ref. 23-73-00),
- the Landing Gear Control and Interface Unit (LGCIU) (Ref. 32-31-00),
- the Electronic Control Box (ECB) (Ref. 49-61-00),
- the Air Data Computer (ADC) (Ref. 34-12-00)
- the Wing Anti Ice System (WAI) (Ref. 30-11-00)
- the Nacelle Anti Ice System (NAI) (Ref. 30-21-00)
- the Data Management Unit (DMU) (Ref. 31-36-00).

**ON A/C ALL

5. ________________________________
Operation/Control and Indication

A. Failure Indications
(Ref. Fig. 004)
If there is an important failure, indications are shown in the cockpit.
The indications can be:
- the MASTER WARN lights come on and a continuous repetitive chime is
heard,
- the MASTER CAUT lights come on and a single chime is heard,
- the applicable FAULT light comes on,
- a warning message on the Upper Display of the Electronic Centralized
Aircraft Monitoring System (ECAM) comes on,
- the applicable page comes on the Lower Display of the ECAM and shows
the abnormal condition.



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Figure 004



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B. Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring (ECAM)
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The ECAM system is designed to give operational help for both normal and
abnormal operations. It is a display system which gives the crew all
necessary information on the functioning of the aircraft systems. This
operational aid shows messages and system overviews on two Cathode Ray
Tubes (CRTS). The displayed information is used in normal operations for
monitoring systems or to help the crew in their diagnosis and corrective
actions during abnormal operations.

(1) ECAM Classifications

(a) Class 1, Level 3 (During Flight)


This corresponds to an emergency configuration. The crew must
take corrective action immediately.

(b) Class 1, Level 2 (During Flight)


This corresponds to an abnormal configuration of the aircraft.
The crew must be made aware of this configuration immediately,
but immediate corrective action is not required. The crew must
decide how soon action has to be taken.

(c) Class 1, Level 1 (During Flight)


This corresponds to a configuration that requires crew monitoring
of failures that can cause a loss or degredation of the system.

(d) Class 2 (After Flight)


These cautions and warnings are a maintenance help for ground
engineers.

(2) Warnings and Cautions shown on ECAM

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

(a) Air Generation (Class 1)


- PACK 1 (OR 2) OVERHEAT,
- PACK 1 (OR 2) FAULT,
- PACK 1 + 2 FAULT,

NOTE : With bleed air supply available this message is triggered


____
when:
- one PACK pushbutton switch legend shows OFF and the
other PACK pushbutton switch legend shows FAULT.
- ONE PACK OFF THEN OTHER PACK FAULT,
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Figure 006


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Figure 007


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Figure 008



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Figure 009


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- PRIMARY ZONE CONTROLLER FAULT,
- PACK 1 (OR 2) CONTROLLER FAULT.

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R 528-599,

(a) Air Generation (Class 1)


- PACK 1 (OR 2) OVERHEAT,
- PACK 1 (OR 2) FAULT,
- PACK 1 + 2 FAULT,

NOTE : With bleed air supply available this message is triggered


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when:
- one PACK pushbutton switch legend shows OFF and the
other PACK pushbutton switch legend shows FAULT.
- ONE PACK OFF THEN OTHER PACK FAULT,
- PACK 1 (OR 2) ABNORMALLY OFF,
- COND TEMP CTLR 1(2) SYS 1(2) FAULT,
- AIR COND CTL 1 (2) FAULT.

**ON A/C ALL

(b) Air Conditioning (Class 1)


- CKPT (OR FWD CAB OR AFT CAB) DUCT OVHT,
- HOT AIR FAULT,
- L + R CAB FAN FAULT,
- L & G FAN FAULT,
- AVIONICS BLOWER + EXTRACT FAULT,
- AVIONICS BLOWER FAULT,
- AVIONICS EXTRACT FAULT,
- AVIONICS SYS FAULT,
- AVIONICS SKIN VALVE FAULT,
- AFT CRG ISOL VALVE FAULT,
- AFT CARGO VENT FAULT,
- AFT CARGO DUCT OVHT,
- AFT CARGO HEAT FAULT.

(c) Pressure Control (Class 1)


- CAB PR SYS 1 (OR 2) FAULT,
- CAB PR SYS 1 + 2 FAULT,
- EXCESSIVE CABIN ALTITUDE,
- OUTFLOW VALVE NOT OPEN (ON GROUND),
- LANDING ELEVATION FAULT,
- SAFETY VALVE OPEN,
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(d) After Flight Display (Class 2)
- AIR COND.

C. CFDS Displays
The Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS) displays are used by the
maintenance personnel for the simplification of failure search. These
displays appear on the Multipurpose Control Display Units (MCDU) located
in the cockpit, when the maintenance personnel request failure
information. The appropriate CFDS messages are shown in the respective
ATA subchapter.

6. _________
Bite Test

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

The subsequent controllers of the air-conditioning system have Built-In Test


Equipment (BITE) installed to monitor the subsystems:
- avionics equipment ventilation controller (Ref. 21-26-00),
- cargo heating controller(s) (Ref. 21-43-00),
- cabin pressure controllers (Ref. 21-31-00),
- pack controllers (Ref. 21-61-00),
- zone controller (Ref. 21-63-00).

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

The subsequent controllers of the air-conditioning system have Built-In Test


Equipment (BITE) installed to monitor the subsystems:
- avionics equipment ventilation controller (Ref. 21-26-00),
- cabin pressure controllers (Ref. 21-31-00),
- cargo heating controller(s) (Ref. 21-43-00),
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TASK 21-00-00-615-001

Decontamination of the Environmental Control System (ECS) when the Temperature


is below 24 deg.C (APU)

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS A GOOD FLOW OF AIR THROUGH THE WORK AREA WHEN
_______
YOU USE SPECIAL MATERIALS.
IF YOU GET ONE OF THESE MATERIALS ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR MOUTH OR IN
YOUR EYES :
-FLUSH IT AWAY WITH A FLOW OF CLEAN WATER FOR BETWEEN 10 AND 15
MINUTES.
-GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL AID IF IRRITATION OCCURS.
DO NOT BREATHE THE FUMES FROM THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT SMOKE WHEN YOU USE THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT USE THE MATERIAL NEAR A FLAME, SPARKS OR SOURCES OF HEAT.
THESE MATERIALS ARE DANGEROUS : THEY ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND
SKIN IRRITANTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To decontaminate the ECS if oil has gone into it from the APU.
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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

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REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
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No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific lint-free cloth
No specific protective covers
No specific Warm air blower (commercial hair dryer)
No specific 2 Special blanking caps - locally manufactured



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B. Consumable Materials

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Material No. 11-001K USA AMS 1526


EXT.CLEANING CONCENTRATE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680
DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning through the LP Ground Connection


12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning through the HP Ground Connection
12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning with the APU
21-00-00-100-001 Cleaning of Special Components in the Environmental
Control System (ECS)
21-00-00-615-002 Decontamination of the Environmental Control System
(ECS) when the Temperature is above 24 deg.C (APU)
21-21-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 14HG
and 15HG.
21-21-41-000-001 Removal of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM (4013HM)
21-21-41-400-001 Installation of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM
(4013HM)
21-21-51-000-001 Removal of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and 14HG
21-21-51-400-001 Installation of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and
14HG
21-43-00-710-003 Operational Test of the AFT Cargo Compartment Heating
System
21-43-51-000-001 Removal of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-51-400-001 Installation of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-52-000-001 Removal of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-43-52-400-001 Installation of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-51-41-000-001 Removal of the Ozone Filter (Converter) 100HM (101HM)
21-51-41-400-001 Installation of the Ozone Filter 100HM (101HM)
21-51-51-000-001 Removal of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
Flow-Control Unit
21-51-51-400-001 Installation of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
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21-52-16-000-001 Removal of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)


21-52-16-400-001 Installation of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)
21-52-21-000-001 Removal of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-21-400-001 Installation of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-32-400-001 Installation of the Condenser 10HM2 (11HM2)
21-52-42-000-001 Removal of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-42-400-001 Installation of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-43-400-001 Installation of the Pack Downstream Check-Valves 15HM
and 16HM
21-63-00-710-004 Operational Test of the Cockpit and Cabin Temperature
Control with CFDS/MCDU
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
36-11-49-000-010 Removal of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-000-042 Removal of the Pylon Interface Duct
36-11-49-400-010 Installation of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-400-042 Installation of the Pylon Interface Duct
49-00-00-860-003 APU Start by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-004 APU Shutdown by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-005 APU Start by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-006 APU Shutdown by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-008 APU Start by External Power (131-9(A))
49-00-00-860-009 APU Shutdown by External Power (131-9(A))
49-11-11-000-001 Removal of the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) - 4005KM
(GTCP 36-300)
49-11-11-000-003 Removal of the Power Plant (APU) (APS 3200)
49-11-11-000-004 Removal of the Power Plant (APU) (131-9(A))
49-11-11-400-001 Installation of the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) -
4005KM (GTCP 36-300)
49-11-11-400-003 Installation of the Power Plant (APU) (APS 3200)
49-11-11-400-004 Installation of the Power Plant (APU) (131-9(A))
53-35-13-000-002 Removal of the Quick-Release Access Panels from the
Belly Fairing Structure
53-35-13-400-002 Installation of the Quick-Release Access Panels on
the Belly Fairing Structure
CMM 214302
CMM 214352
CMM 215102
CMM 215110
CMM 215202
CMM 215204
CMM 215234
CMMV 211104
21-00-00-991-004 Fig. 201



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**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

21-00-00-991-001-A Fig. 202

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

21-00-00-991-001 Fig. 202A

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-00-00-991-001-B Fig. 202B

**ON A/C 251-299,

21-00-00-991-001-D Fig. 202C

**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 21-00-00-941-050

A. Necessary Special Tools

(1) 2 Special blanking caps - locally manufactured


Manufactured with reference to
(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 21-00-00-991-004)
and to SIL 21-029.

(2) Warm air blower (commercial hair dryer).

NOTE : A commercial hair dryer could be used as the warm air blower.
____

Subtask 21-00-00-861-050

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).



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Blanking Caps - Special
Figure 201/TASK 21-00-00-991-004



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Subtask 21-00-00-860-050

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) Make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures
shown on the ECAM lower display unit (DU) are below 24 deg.C.

(4) If one or more of the temperatures is more than 24 deg.C you must:

(a) Lower the compartment temperatures (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001)


or,

(b) Do the alternative ECS decontamination procedure (Ref. TASK 21-


00-00-615-002).

Subtask 21-00-00-865-050

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AIR BLEED/ENG 1/MONG 2HA1 D11
121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42
121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41
122VU AIR BLEED/ENG 2/MONG 2HA2 Z22

Subtask 21-00-00-010-050

E. Remove the access panels 191BB, 192FB, 191KB and 192KB (Ref. TASK 53-35-
13-000-002).

4. Procedure
_________

R **ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-A)

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

(Ref. Fig. 202A/TASK 21-00-00-991-001)



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ECS - Component Location
Figure 202/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-A


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ECS - Component Location
Figure 202A/TASK 21-00-00-991-001


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R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 202B/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-B)

**ON A/C 251-299,

(Ref. Fig. 202C/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-D)

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-869-065

A. Cleaning of the APU Bleed Air Duct forward of the Load Control Valve

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the APU bleed-air duct elbow (A) forward of the load control
valve,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-000-001) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-000-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-000-004).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the ducts or in the connector grooves of the v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of Contaminated Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean heavily contaminated ducts with lint-free cloth and


CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the APU bleed-air duct elbow (A),


- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-001) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-004).



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ECS - Component Location
Figure 202B/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-B


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R Figure 202C/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-D


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NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after installation of the
____
bleed-air duct elbow.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-869-050-A

B. Preparation for Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed
Air Ducts

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

(1) Make sure that:


- the warning notice is in position in the cockpit to tell persons
not to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Disconnect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).

(3) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts (B) so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(4) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valve.

(5) Remove the warning notice(s).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-869-050-C

B. Preparation for Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed
Air Ducts

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.



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(1) Make sure that:
- the warning notice is in position in the cockpit to tell persons
not to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Disconnect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-010).

(3) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts (B) so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(4) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valve.

(5) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-051

C. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42
121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

Subtask 21-00-00-860-051

D. Do the Start Procedure of the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).



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Subtask 21-00-00-160-050

E. Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed Air Ducts by
Residual Burning

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN THE DUCTS ARE DISCONNECTED THE TEMPERATURE OF


_______
THE EXHAUST GASES FROM THE OPEN ENDS OF THE DISCONNECTED DUCTS
CAN BE AS HIGH AS 270 DEG.C (518 DEG.F). THE HOT GASES CAN
CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that no persons are near the engines when you do this
____
cleaning procedure.

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the APU BLEED pushbutton switch ON legend shows on.
- the OFF legend on the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches
shows off.

(b) Set the X BLEED selector to the OPEN position.

(2) Run the APU for approx. 15 minutes.

Subtask 21-00-00-860-052

F. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).

(2) On the AIR COND panel 30VU set the X BLEED selector to the AUTO
position.

Subtask 21-00-00-865-052

G. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42
121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41


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401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-053-A

H. Reconnection of the Bleed Air Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(2) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-042).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of the
____
bleed-air joint ducts.

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-053-B

H. Reconnection of the Bleed Air Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(2) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-010).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of the
____
bleed-air joint ducts.


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-053

J. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AIR BLEED/ENG 1/MONG 2HA1 D11
122VU AIR BLEED/ENG 2/MONG 2HA2 Z22

Subtask 21-00-00-865-054

K. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/CTL 11HG W20


122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/SPLY 3HG W18
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/CTL 2HG X20
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/SPLY 1HG X18



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-869-051

L. Preparation for the Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 10HM2 and the
check valve 15HM.

(2) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 11HM2 and the
check valve 16HM duct flange.

(3) Put the special blanking caps on the open end of the check valve 15HM
and on the open end of the check valve 16HM duct flange.

NOTE : Use the removed clamps to secure the blanking caps.


____

(4) Do a check for and make a note of any oil contamination in the
condensors.

NOTE : Water codensation can occur in the condensors. This must be


____
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(5) If oil contamination is found in the condensers you must:

(a) Remove the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-000-001).

(b) Do a check for oil contamination in the interior of the mixer


unit.

(c) Cleaning of the Mixer Unit

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A
MASK.

1
_ If oil contamination is found in the mixer unit you must
remove it with a lint-free cloth and CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-002).

(d) Install the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-400-001).

(6) On the AIR COND panel 30VU make sure that:

(a) The COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors are at the 12 oclock position.

(b) The X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position.

(7) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the CAB FANS pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).



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M. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18



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Subtask 21-00-00-860-054

N. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

(1) Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).

(2) At the ram air outlets:

(a) Put warning notices in position to tell persons not to go near


the ram air outlet flaps.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-054-D

N. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

(1) Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).


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(2) At the ram air outlets:

(a) Put warning notices in position to tell persons not to go near


the ram air outlets.

R **ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-160-051

P. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Push the APU BLEED pushbutton switch to the on position (the ON
legend comes on).

(b) Push the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches to the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends show off).

(2) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the AIR COND panel 30VU and the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the
HOT AIR pushbutton switches to the off position (the OFF legends
come on).

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(4) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures.

(5) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and,
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).


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NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(6) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(7) Blow warm air onto the temperature sensor 21HK (behind the grill in
the cockpit ceiling) with the warm air blower.

NOTE : Do not damage the cockpit interior with to much heat from the
____
warm air blower.

(8) On the ECAM lower DU monitor the CKPT compartment temperature until
it shows between 30 and 40 deg. C.

NOTE : You must keep this condition during work steps (9) to (11) by
____
use of the warm air blower as in work step (5).

(9) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(10) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must also constantly monitor
____
the pack temperatures as in work step 3 of this paragraph.

(11) Stop the warm air blower.

(12) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(13) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the
AFT cabin temperatures decrease to, or are less than 24 deg. C.

(14) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(15) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step 3 of this paragraph.

Subtask 21-00-00-860-055

Q. Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).



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Subtask 21-00-00-865-056

R. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18



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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-210-050

S. Inspection of the ECS for Contamination

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Do a check by hand for oil contamination in the condensers 10HM2 and
11HM2.

(2) If there is no oil contamination in the condensers :


- do the preparation for stage 2 cleaning of the ECS, and
- do the stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(3) If you find oil contamination in the condensers you must :


- do the cleaning of the components in the system as necessary
(Ref. TASK 21-00-00-100-001),
- do the preparation for stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.
- do the stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(4) If you find large deposits of oil contamination in the condensers


then you must also remove, overhaul or replace and install the air
cycle machine (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-400-
001) and (Ref. CMM 215202).

Subtask 21-00-00-869-052

T. Preparation for Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

(1) Remove the special blanking caps from the check valve 15HM and from
the check valve 16HM duct flange.

(2) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the check valve 15HM and on the
check valve 16HM duct flange (Ref. TASK 21-52-43-400-001).

(3) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the condensers 10HM2 and 11HM2
(Ref. TASK 21-52-32-400-001).

NOTE : Make sure that after the installation you do the leak check of
____
the connections in work steps (2) and (3).



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Subtask 21-00-00-865-057

U. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18



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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-860-056

V. Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-052

W. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : You may get smoke and/or fumes when you do this cleaning task.
____
It is recommended that, when possible, one or more of the
passenger/crew doors is open.
This will supply fresh air to the cabin and the cockpit areas.

(1) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

(2) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Push the APU BLEED pushbutton switch to the on position (the ON
legend comes on).

(b) Make sure that the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are
in the on position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(c) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(d) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.



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(3) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.

(4) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and,
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature
does not go above 70 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-052-A

W. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : You may get smoke and/or fumes when you do this cleaning task.
____
It is recommended that, when possible, one or more of the
passenger/crew doors is open.
This will supply fresh air to the cabin and the cockpit areas.

(1) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).


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(2) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Push the APU BLEED pushbutton switch to the on position (the ON
legend comes on).

(b) Make sure that the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are
in the on position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(c) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(d) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(3) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.

(4) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and,
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature
does not go above 70 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-860-057

X. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).

(2) If there is smoke in the cockpit or cabin then you must do the
decontamination procedure again.

(3) If after 20 minutes, with the recirculation fans running, you can
still smell the oil, you must replace the recirculation filters
(Ref. TASK 21-21-41-000-001) (Ref. TASK 21-21-41-400-001).

(4) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

Subtask 21-00-00-865-058

Y. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

49VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO/VENT/CTL & MONG 31HN C07

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO VENT & HTG/CTL &/MONG 31HN C07

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

122VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO VENT/FAN 30HN S22

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-051-A

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.



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WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY
_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water-extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and refer to (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the ozone filters 100HM and
101HM (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-400-001) and
refer to (Ref. CMMV 211104).

(3) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pack flow-control valves
8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-
001) and refer to (Ref. CMM 215110).

R NOTE : Overhaul or replacement of the Flow-Control Valves 8HB and


____
R 11HB is only necessary if the valves are oil contaminated from
R inside.

(4) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 214302).

(5) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pressure regulating


valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 214352).

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-051

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.


R

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(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water-extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and refer to (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pack flow-control valves
8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-
001) and refer to (Ref. CMM 215110).

R NOTE : Overhaul or replacement of the Flow-Control Valves 8HB and


____
R 11HB is only necessary if the valves are oil contaminated from
R inside.

(3) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 214302).

(4) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pressure regulating


valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 214352).

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-051-B

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install :

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water-extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and refer to (Ref. CMM 215234).


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(2) Remove, overhaul or replace the pack flow-control units 23HB and 24HB
(Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-001) and refer
to (Ref. CMM 215102).

(3) Remove, overhaul or replace the the aft-cargo trim-air valve 12HC
(Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001) and refer
to (Ref. CMM 214302).

(4) Remove, overhaul or replace the pressure regulating valve 11HC


(Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001) and refer
to (Ref. CMM 214352).

**ON A/C 251-299,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-051-D

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water-extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and refer to (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and refer to (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the ozone filters 100HM and
101HM (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-400-001) and
refer to (Ref. CMMV 211104).

(3) Remove, overhaul or replace the pack flow-control units 23HB and 24HB
(Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-001) and refer
to (Ref. CMM 215102).

(4) Remove, overhaul or replace the the aft-cargo trim-air valve 12HC
(Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001) and refer
to (Ref. CMM 214302).


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(5) Remove, overhaul or replace the pressure regulating valve 11HC
(Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001) and refer
to (Ref. CMM 214352).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-865-059

AA. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1HH, 2HH, 3HH, 4HH, 21HH, 22HH, 23HH, 24HH, 30HN, 31HN, 1KD, 2KD.

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-865-059-A

AA. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
49HH, 50HH, 51HH, 52HH, 53HH, 54HH, 55HH, 56HH, 30HN, 31HN, 1KD, 2KD.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-710-050

AB. Checks and Test of the ECS

(1) Do the pre-conditioning with the APU or through the HP ground


connector (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001) or (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-
001).

(2) Do a leak check of:

(a) All the air pack and the air pack component connections at each
of the air packs.

(b) The mixer unit and the recirculation fan connections.

(c) Any reconnected bleed-air duct connections.

(3) Do the operational test of the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG
(Ref. TASK 21-21-00-710-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the AFT cargo-compartment heating system


(Ref. TASK 21-43-00-710-003).



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(5) Do the operational test of the cockpit and cabin temperature control
(Ref. TASK 21-63-00-710-004).

(6) Stop the pre-conditioning (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001) or (Ref. TASK


12-33-21-618-001).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 21-00-00-410-050

A. Close access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Install the access panels 191BB, 192FB, 191KB and 192KB (Ref. TASK
53-35-13-400-002).

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 21-00-00-862-050

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


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TASK 21-00-00-615-002

Decontamination of the Environmental Control System (ECS) when the Temperature


is above 24 deg.C (APU)

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS A GOOD FLOW OF AIR THROUGH THE WORK AREA WHEN
_______
YOU USE SPECIAL MATERIALS.
IF YOU GET ONE OF THESE MATERIALS ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR MOUTH OR IN
YOUR EYES :
-FLUSH IT AWAY WITH A FLOW OF CLEAN WATER FOR BETWEEN 10 AND 15
MINUTES.
-GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL AID IF IRRITATION OCCURS.
DO NOT BREATHE THE FUMES FROM THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT SMOKE WHEN YOU USE THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT USE THE MATERIAL NEAR A FLAME, SPARKS OR SOURCES OF HEAT.
THESE MATERIALS ARE DANGEROUS : THEY ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND
SKIN IRRITANTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To decontaminate the ECS if oil has gone into it from the APU.
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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific lint-free cloth
No specific protective covers
No specific 2 Special blanking caps - locally manufactured
No specific 3 Temperature simulating devices - locally
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B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. 11-001K USA AMS 1526


EXT.CLEANING CONCENTRATE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680
DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning through the HP Ground Connection


12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning with the APU
21-00-00-100-001 Cleaning of Special Components in the Environmental
Control System (ECS)
21-00-00-615-001 Decontamination of the Environmental Control System
(ECS) when the Temperature is below 24 deg.C (APU)
21-21-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 14HG
and 15HG.
21-21-41-000-001 Removal of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM (4013HM)
21-21-41-400-001 Installation of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM
(4013HM)
21-21-51-000-001 Removal of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and 14HG
21-21-51-400-001 Installation of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and
14HG
21-43-00-710-003 Operational Test of the AFT Cargo Compartment Heating
System
21-43-51-000-001 Removal of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-51-400-001 Installation of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-52-000-001 Removal of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-43-52-400-001 Installation of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-51-41-000-001 Removal of the Ozone Filter (Converter) 100HM (101HM)
21-51-41-400-001 Installation of the Ozone Filter 100HM (101HM)
21-51-51-000-001 Removal of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
Flow-Control Unit
21-51-51-400-001 Installation of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
Flow-Control Unit
21-52-16-000-001 Removal of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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21-52-16-400-001 Installation of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)


21-52-21-000-001 Removal of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-21-400-001 Installation of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-32-400-001 Installation of the Condenser 10HM2 (11HM2)
21-52-42-000-001 Removal of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-42-400-001 Installation of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-43-400-001 Installation of the Pack Downstream Check-Valves 15HM
and 16HM
21-63-00-710-004 Operational Test of the Cockpit and Cabin Temperature
Control with CFDS/MCDU
21-63-17-000-001 Removal of the Temperature Sensors (21HK, 22HK, 23HK)
21-63-17-400-001 Installation of the Temperature Sensors (21HK, 22HK,
23HK)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
36-11-49-000-010 Removal of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-000-042 Removal of the Pylon Interface Duct
36-11-49-400-010 Installation of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-400-042 Installation of the Pylon Interface Duct
49-00-00-860-003 APU Start by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-004 APU Shutdown by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-005 APU Start by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-006 APU Shutdown by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-008 APU Start by External Power (131-9(A))
49-00-00-860-009 APU Shutdown by External Power (131-9(A))
49-11-11-000-001 Removal of the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) - 4005KM
(GTCP 36-300)
49-11-11-000-003 Removal of the Power Plant (APU) (APS 3200)
49-11-11-000-004 Removal of the Power Plant (APU) (131-9(A))
49-11-11-400-001 Installation of the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) -
4005KM (GTCP 36-300)
49-11-11-400-003 Installation of the Power Plant (APU) (APS 3200)
49-11-11-400-004 Installation of the Power Plant (APU) (131-9(A))
53-35-13-000-002 Removal of the Quick-Release Access Panels from the
Belly Fairing Structure
53-35-13-400-002 Installation of the Quick-Release Access Panels on
the Belly Fairing Structure
CMM 214302
CMM 214352


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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CMM 215102
CMM 215110
CMM 215202
CMM 215204
CMM 215234
CMMV 211104
21-00-00-991-004 Fig. 201

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

21-00-00-991-001-A Fig. 202

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

21-00-00-991-001 Fig. 202A

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-00-00-991-001-B Fig. 202B

**ON A/C 251-299,

21-00-00-991-001-D Fig. 202C

**ON A/C ALL

21-00-00-991-002 Fig. 203

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 21-00-00-941-051

A. Necessary Special Tools

(1) 2 Special blanking caps - locally manufactured


These are to be locally manufactured, refer to
(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 21-00-00-991-004)
and to SIL 21-029.



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(2) 3 Temperature simulating devices - locally manufactured
These are to be locally manufactured, refer to schematic in
(Ref. Fig. 203/TASK 21-00-00-991-002)
and to SIL 21-029.

Subtask 21-00-00-861-051

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 21-00-00-860-058

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) Make sure that at least one of the CKPT, the FWD cabin or the AFT
cabin temperatures shown on the ECAM lower display unit (DU) is more
than 24 deg. C.

(4) If none of the temperatures is more than 24 deg. C you must do the
alternative ECS decontamination procedure (Ref. TASK 21-00-00-615-
001).

Subtask 21-00-00-865-060

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AIR BLEED/ENG 1/MONG 2HA1 D11
121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42
121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41
122VU AIR BLEED/ENG 2/MONG 2HA2 Z22

Subtask 21-00-00-010-051

E. Remove the access panels 191BB, 192FB, 191KB and 192KB (Ref. TASK 53-35-
13-000-002).



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Temperature Simulating Device - Schematic
Figure 203/TASK 21-00-00-991-002



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4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

(Ref. Fig. 202/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-A)

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

(Ref. Fig. 202A/TASK 21-00-00-991-001)

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 202B/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-B)

**ON A/C 251-299,

(Ref. Fig. 202C/TASK 21-00-00-991-001-D)

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-869-061

A. Cleaning of the APU Bleed Air Duct forward of the Load Control Valve

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the APU bleed-air duct elbow (A) forward of the load control
valve,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-000-001) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-000-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-000-004).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the ducts or in the connector grooves of the v-flanges.



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(4) Cleaning of Contaminated Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean heavily contaminated ducts with lint-free cloth and


CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the APU bleed-air duct elbow (A),


- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-001) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-11-11-400-004).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after installation of the
____
bleed-air duct elbow.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-869-053-A

B. Preparation for Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed
Air Ducts

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

(1) Make sure that:


- The warning notice is in position in the cockpit to tell persons
not to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Disconnect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).

(3) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts (B) so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(4) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valve.



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(5) Remove the warning notice(s).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-869-053-C

B. Preparation for Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed
Air Ducts

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

(1) Make sure that:


- The warning notice is in position in the cockpit to tell persons
not to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Disconnect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-010).

(3) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts (B) so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(4) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valve.

(5) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-061

C. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42
121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41



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Subtask 21-00-00-860-059

D. Do the Start Procedure for the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).

Subtask 21-00-00-160-053

E. Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed Air Ducts by
Residual Burning

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN THE DUCTS ARE DISCONNECTED THE TEMPERATURE OF


_______
THE EXHAUST GASES FROM THE OPEN ENDS OF THE DISCONNECTED DUCTS
CAN BE AS HIGH AS 270 DEG.C (518 DEG.F). THE HOT GASES CAN
CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that no persons are near the engines when you do this
____
cleaning procedure.

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the APU BLEED pushbutton switch ON legend shows on.
- the OFF legend on the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches
shows off.

(b) Set the X BLEED selector to the OPEN position.

(2) Run the APU for approx. 15 minutes.

Subtask 21-00-00-869-062

F. Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).



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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-060-A

G. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU set the X BLEED selector to the AUTO
position.

(2) Reconnection of the Bleed-Air Joint Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(a) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(b) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-
042).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of
____
the bleed-air joint ducts.

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-060-C

G. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU set the X BLEED selector to the AUTO
position.

(2) Reconnection of the Bleed-Air Joint Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(a) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(b) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-
010).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of
____
the bleed-air joint ducts.


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-062

H. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42
121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

Subtask 21-00-00-865-063

J. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AIR BLEED/ENG 1/MONG 2HA1 D11
122VU AIR BLEED/ENG 2/MONG 2HA2 Z22

Subtask 21-00-00-865-064

K. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS2 4HK V20


122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS1 3HK V19
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS2 2HK V18
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS1 1HK V17
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/CTL 11HG W20


122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/SPLY 3HG W18
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/CTL 2HG X20
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/SPLY 1HG X18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-869-054

L. Preparation for the Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 10HM2 and the
check valve 15HM.

(2) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 11HM2 and the
check valve 16HM duct flange.



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(3) Put the special blanking caps on the open end of the check valve 15HM
and on the open end of the check valve 16HM duct flange.

NOTE : Use the removed clamps to secure the blanking caps.


____

(4) Do a check for and make a note of any oil contamination in the
condensors.

NOTE : Water condensation can occur in the condensors. This must be


____
ignored.

(5) If oil contamination is found in the condensers you must:

(a) Remove the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-000-001).

(b) Do a check for oil contamination in the interior of the mixer


unit.

(c) Cleaning of the Mixer Unit

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A
MASK.

1
_ If oil contamination is found in the mixer unit you must
remove it with a lint-free cloth and CLEANING AGENTS (Material
No. 11-002).

(d) Install the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-400-001).

(6) Disconnect the electrical connectors at the cabin temperature sensors


21HK, 22HK and 23HK (Ref. TASK 21-63-17-000-001).

(7) Install the temperature simulation devices at the cabin temperature


sensors 21HK, 22HK and 23HK.

(8) On the AIR COND panel 30VU make sure that:

(a) The COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors are at the 12 oclock position.

(b) The X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position.



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(9) On the panel 22VU push the CAB FANS pushbutton switch to the off
position (the OFF legend comes on).

Subtask 21-00-00-865-065

M. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18



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**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-062

N. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

(1) Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).

(2) At the ram air outlets:

(a) Put warning notices in position to tell persons not to go near


the ram air outlet flaps.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-062-D

N. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

(1) Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).


R

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(2) At the ram air outlets:

(a) Put warning notices in position to tell persons not to go near


the ram air outlets.

R **ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-160-054

P. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

(1) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(2) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU make sure that:

(a) The COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors are at the 12 oclock position.

(b) The X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position.

(4) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the CAB FANS pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

(5) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Push the APU BLEED pushbutton switch to the on position (the ON
legend comes on).

(b) Push the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches to the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends show off).

(6) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU and the AIR COND panel 30VU push the
HOT AIR pushbutton switches to the off position (the OFF legends
come on).



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(b) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(7) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures.

(8) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max).

NOTE : If the temperatures go above max. you must stop the


____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(9) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(10) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 30 deg.
C.

(11) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(12) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step 7 of this paragraph.

(13) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(14) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(15) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.



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(16) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step 7 of this paragraph.

Subtask 21-00-00-860-063

Q. Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).

Subtask 21-00-00-865-066

R. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-210-052

S. Inspection of the ECS for Contamination

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Do a check by hand for oil contamination in the condensers 10HM2 and
11HM2.

(2) If there is no oil contamination in the condensers then carry on with


the preparation for and stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(3) If you find oil contamination in the condensers then you must:
- clean the components in the system as necessary (Ref. TASK 21-00-
00-100-001),
- carry on with the preparation for and stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(4) If you find large deposits of oil contamination in the condensers


then you must also remove, overhaul or replace, and install the air
cycle machine (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-400-
001) and (Ref. CMM 215202).



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Subtask 21-00-00-869-055

T. Preparation for Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

(1) Remove the special blanking caps from the check valve 15HM and from
the check valve 16HM duct flange.

(2) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the check valve 15HM and on the
check valve 16HM duct flange (Ref. TASK 21-52-43-400-001).

(3) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the condensers 10HM2 and 11HM2
(Ref. TASK 21-52-32-400-001).

Subtask 21-00-00-865-067

U. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-860-064

V. Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-055

W. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : You may get smoke and/or fumes when you do this cleaning task.
____
It is recommended that, when possible, one or more of the
passenger/crew doors is open.
This will supply fresh air to the cabin and the cockpit area.

(1) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.



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(2) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the
AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg. C.

NOTE : You can do this by adjustment of the applicable temperature


____
simulating device.

(3) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

(4) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Push the APU BLEED pushbutton switch to the on position (the ON
legend comes on).

(b) Make sure that the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are
in the on position (the FAULT and the OFF legends show off).

(c) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(d) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(5) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.

(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature is
not more than 70 deg. C (max).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).


R

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R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-055-A

W. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : You may get smoke and/or fumes when you do this cleaning task.
____
It is recommended that, when possible, one or more of the
passenger/crew doors is open.
This will supply fresh air to the cabin and the cockpit area.

(1) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(2) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the
AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg. C.

NOTE : You can do this by adjustment of the applicable temperature


____
simulating device.

(3) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

(4) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Push the APU BLEED pushbutton switch to the on position (the ON
legend comes on).

(b) Make sure that the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are
in the on position (the FAULT and the OFF legends show off).

(c) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(d) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.


R

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(5) Wait for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.

(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature is
not more than 70 deg. C (max).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-860-065

X. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).

(2) If there is smoke in the cockpit or cabin then you must do the
decontamination procedure again.

(3) If after 20 minutes, with the recirculation fans running, you can
still smell the oil, you must replace the recirculation filters
(Ref. TASK 21-21-41-000-001) (Ref. TASK 21-21-41-400-001).

(4) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).



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Subtask 21-00-00-865-068

Y. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

49VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO/VENT/CTL & MONG 31HN C07

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO VENT & HTG/CTL &/MONG 31HN C07

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C ALL

121VU APU/APU/CTL 2KD L42


121VU APU/ECB/SPLY 1KD L41

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

122VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO VENT/FAN 30HN S22



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,
R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-053-A

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the ozone filters 100HM and
101HM (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-400-001) and
(Ref. CMMV 211104).



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(3) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pack flow-control valves
8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-
001) and (Ref. CMM 215110).

R NOTE : Overhaul or replacement of the Flow-Control Valves 8HB and


____
R 11HB is only necessary if the valves are oil contaminated from
R inside.

(4) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214302).

(5) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pressure regulating


valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214352).

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-053

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pack flow-control valves
8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-
001) and (Ref. CMM 215110).

R NOTE : Overhaul or replacement of the Flow-Control Valves 8HB and


____
R 11HB is only necessary if the valves are oil contaminated from
R inside.



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(3) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214302).

(4) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pressure regulating


valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214352).

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-053-B

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean (Ref. CMM 215204) and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-
001).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 215102) or replace, the pack flow-control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
51-51-400-001).

(3) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214302) or replace, the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-
001).

(4) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214352) or replace, the pressure


regulating valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
43-52-400-001).


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Subtask 21-00-00-210-053-D

Z. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean (Ref. CMM 215204) and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-
001).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001) and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the ozone filters 100HM and
101HM (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-400-001) and
(Ref. CMMV 211104).

(3) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 215102) or replace, the pack flow-control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
51-51-400-001).

(4) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214302) or replace, the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-
001).

(5) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214352) or replace, the pressure


regulating valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
43-52-400-001).


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Subtask 21-00-00-860-066

AA. Connection of the Temperature Sensors

(1) Disconnect and remove the temperature simulating devices at the


temperature sensors 21HK, 22HK and 23HK.

(2) Connect the electrical connectors at the temperature sensors 21HK,


22HK and 23HK (Ref. TASK 21-63-17-400-001).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-865-069

AB. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1HH, 2HH, 3HH, 4HH, 21HH, 22HH, 23HH, 24HH, 1HK, 2HK, 3HK, 4HK, 30HN,
31HN.

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-865-069-A

AB. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
49HH, 50HH, 51HH, 52HH, 53HH, 54HH, 55HH, 56HH, 30HN, 31HN.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-710-051

AC. Checks and Test of the ECS

(1) Do the pre-conditioning with the APU or through the HP ground


connector (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001) or (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-
001).

(2) Do a leak check of:

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(b) The mixer unit and the recirculation fan connections.

(c) Any reconnected bleed-air duct connections.

(3) Do the operational test of the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG
(Ref. TASK 21-21-00-710-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the AFT cargo-compartment heating system


(Ref. TASK 21-43-00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the cockpit and cabin temperature control
(Ref. TASK 21-63-00-710-004).

(6) Stop the pre-conditioning (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001) or (Ref. TASK


12-33-21-618-001).

5. Close-up
________

Subtask 21-00-00-410-051

A. Close access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Install the access panels 191BB, 192FB, 191KB and 192KB (Ref. TASK
53-35-13-400-002).

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).

Subtask 21-00-00-862-051

B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


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TASK 21-00-00-615-003

Decontamination of the Environmental Control System (ECS) when the Temperature


is below 24 deg.C (Engine/s)

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS A GOOD FLOW OF AIR THROUGH THE WORK AREA WHEN
_______
YOU USE SPECIAL MATERIALS.
IF YOU GET ONE OF THESE MATERIALS ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR MOUTH OR IN
YOUR EYES :
-FLUSH IT AWAY WITH A FLOW OF CLEAN WATER FOR BETWEEN 10 AND 15
MINUTES.
-GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL AID IF IRRITATION OCCURS.
DO NOT BREATHE THE FUMES FROM THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT SMOKE WHEN YOU USE THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT USE THE MATERIAL NEAR A FLAME, SPARKS OR SOURCES OF HEAT.
THESE MATERIALS ARE DANGEROUS : THEY ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND
SKIN IRRITANTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To decontaminate the ECS if oil has gone into it from one or both engines.
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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific heat resistant blankets
No specific lint-free cloth
No specific protective covers
No specific Warm air blower (commercial hair dryer)
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B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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Material No. 11-001K USA AMS 1526


EXT.CLEANING CONCENTRATE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680
DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning through the LP Ground Connection


12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning through the HP Ground Connection
12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning with the APU
21-00-00-100-001 Cleaning of Special Components in the Environmental
Control System (ECS)
21-00-00-615-004 Decontamination of the Environmental Control System
(ECS) when the Temperature is above 24 deg.C
(Engine/s)
21-21-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 14HG
and 15HG.
21-21-41-000-001 Removal of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM (4013HM)
21-21-41-400-001 Installation of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM
(4013HM)
21-21-51-000-001 Removal of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and 14HG
21-21-51-400-001 Installation of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and
14HG
21-43-00-710-003 Operational Test of the AFT Cargo Compartment Heating
System
21-43-51-000-001 Removal of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-51-400-001 Installation of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-52-000-001 Removal of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-43-52-400-001 Installation of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-51-41-000-001 Removal of the Ozone Filter (Converter) 100HM (101HM)
21-51-41-400-001 Installation of the Ozone Filter 100HM (101HM)
21-51-51-000-001 Removal of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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21-51-51-400-001 Installation of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack


Flow-Control Unit
21-52-16-000-001 Removal of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)
21-52-16-400-001 Installation of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)
21-52-21-000-001 Removal of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-21-400-001 Installation of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-32-400-001 Installation of the Condenser 10HM2 (11HM2)
21-52-42-000-001 Removal of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-42-400-001 Installation of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-43-400-001 Installation of the Pack Downstream Check-Valves 15HM
and 16HM
21-63-00-710-004 Operational Test of the Cockpit and Cabin Temperature
Control with CFDS/MCDU
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
36-11-49-000-010 Removal of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-000-042 Removal of the Pylon Interface Duct
36-11-49-400-010 Installation of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-400-042 Installation of the Pylon Interface Duct
36-12-41-000-001 Removal of a Bleed-Air Duct
36-12-41-400-001 Installation of a Bleed-Air Duct
49-00-00-860-003 APU Start by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-004 APU Shutdown by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-005 APU Start by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-006 APU Shutdown by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-008 APU Start by External Power (131-9(A))
49-00-00-860-009 APU Shutdown by External Power (131-9(A))
53-35-13-000-002 Removal of the Quick-Release Access Panels from the
Belly Fairing Structure
53-35-13-400-002 Installation of the Quick-Release Access Panels on
the Belly Fairing Structure
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-018 Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-710-043 Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure
CMM 214302
CMM 214352
CMM 215102
CMM 215110


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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CMM 215202
CMM 215204
CMM 215234
CMMV 211104
21-00-00-991-004 Fig. 201

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

21-00-00-991-003-A Fig. 204

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

21-00-00-991-003 Fig. 204A

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499,

21-00-00-991-003-B Fig. 204B

**ON A/C 251-299,

21-00-00-991-003-E Fig. 204C

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21-00-00-991-003-D Fig. 204D



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**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 21-00-00-941-052

A. Necessary Special Tools

(1) 2 Special blanking caps - locally manufactured


Manufactured with reference to
(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 21-00-00-991-004)
and to SIL 21-029.

(2) Warm air blower (commercial hair dryer).

NOTE : A commercial hair drier could be used as the warm air blower.
____

Subtask 21-00-00-861-052

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 21-00-00-860-067

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) Make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures
shown on the ECAM lower display unit (DU) are below 24 deg. C.

(4) If one or more of the temperatures is more than 24 deg. C you must:

(a) Lower the temperature (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001) or,

(b) Do the alternative ECS decontamination procedure (Ref. TASK 21-


00-00-615-004).


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Subtask 21-00-00-865-070

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AIR BLEED/ENG 1/MONG 2HA1 D11

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS2 4HK V20


122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS1 3HK V19
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS2 2HK V18
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS1 1HK V17
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/CTL 11HG W20


122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/SPLY 3HG W18
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/CTL 2HG X20
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/SPLY 1HG X18
122VU AIR BLEED/ENG 2/MONG 2HA2 Z22

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-010-052

E. Get access

(1) Remove the access panels 191BB, 192FB, 191KB and 192KB (Ref. TASK 53-
35-13-000-002).

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

(Ref. Fig. 204/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-A)

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

(Ref. Fig. 204A/TASK 21-00-00-991-003)

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 204B/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-B)

**ON A/C 251-299,

(Ref. Fig. 204C/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-E)

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 204D/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-D)



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ECS - Component Location
Figure 204/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-A


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Figure 204A/TASK 21-00-00-991-003


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Figure 204B/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-B


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ECS - Component Location
Figure 204C/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-E


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ECS - Component Location
Figure 204D/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-D


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**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-050-C

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the ozone filters
100HM and 101HM (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the bleed air ducts and the ozone filters.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts and the Ozone Filters

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts and areas of the ozone filters
that you can get access to with a lint-free cloth and CLEANING
AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

(6) Disconnect the bleed-air joint duct (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).

(7) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.


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(8) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure
regulator valve.

(9) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-050-B

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the flow control
valves 8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the bleed air ducts or in the connector grooves of the
v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

(6) Disconnect the bleed-air joint duct (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).


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(7) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(8) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valve.

(9) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-050-D

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the flow control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the bleed air ducts or in the connector grooves of the
v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).


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(6) Disconnect the bleed-air joint duct (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).

(7) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(8) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valve.

(9) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C 251-299,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-050-F

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the ozone filters
100HM and 101HM (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the bleed air ducts or in the connector grooves of the
v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.


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(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

(6) Disconnect the bleed-air joint duct (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).

(7) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(8) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valve.

(9) Remove the warning notice(s).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-050-E

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the flow control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the bleed air ducts or in the connector grooves of the
v-flanges.


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(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

(6) Remove the upper bleed-air duct on both engines (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-010).

(7) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulating valves and heat resistant blankets on exposed electrical
cables and components.

(8) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-860-068

B. Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).

Subtask 21-00-00-160-056

C. Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed Air Ducts by
Residual Burning

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN THE DUCTS ARE DISCONNECTED THE TEMPERATURE OF


_______
THE EXHAUST GASES FROM THE OPEN ENDS OF THE DISCONNECTED DUCTS
CAN BE AS HIGH AS 270 DEG.C (518 DEG.F). THE HOT GASES CAN
CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that no persons are near the engines when you do this
____
cleaning procedure.


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(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the APU BLEED pushbutton switch ON legend shows on.
- the OFF legend on the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches
shows off.

(b) Set the X BLEED selector to the OPEN position.

(2) Run the APU for approx. 15 minutes.

Subtask 21-00-00-869-063

D. Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-069-C

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU set the X BLEED selector to the AUTO
position.

(2) Connection of the Bleed-Air Joint Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(a) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(b) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-
042).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of
____
the bleed-air joint ducts.


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R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-069-D

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU set the X BLEED selector to the AUTO
position.

(2) Connection of the Bleed-Air Joint Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(a) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(b) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-
010).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of
____
the bleed-air joint ducts.

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-869-056

F. Preparation for the Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 10HM2 and the
check valve 15HM.

(2) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 11HM2 and the
check valve 16HM duct flange.


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(3) Put the special blanking caps on the open end of the check valve 15HM
and on the open end of the check valve 16HM duct flange.

NOTE : Use the removed clamps to secure the blanking caps.


____

(4) Do a check for and make a note of any oil contamination in the
condensors.

NOTE : Water condensation can occur in the condensors. This must be


____
ignored.

(5) If oil contamination is found in the condensers you must:

(a) Remove the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-000-001).

(b) Do a check for oil contamination in the interior of the mixer


unit.

(c) Cleaning of the Mixer Unit

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A
MASK.

1
_ If oil contamination is found you must remove it from the
areas that you can get access to with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002).

(d) Install the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-400-001).

(6) On the AIR COND panel 30VU make sure that:

(a) The COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors are at the 12 oclock position.

(b) The X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position.

(7) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the CAB FANS pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

(8) At the ram air outlets:

(a) Put warning notices in position to tell persons not to go near


the ram-air outlet flaps.


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R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499, 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-869-056-A

F. Preparation for the Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 10HM2 and the
check valve 15HM.

(2) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 11HM2 and the
check valve 16HM duct flange.

(3) Put the special blanking caps on the open end of the check valve 15HM
and on the open end of the check valve 16HM duct flange.

NOTE : Use the removed clamps to secure the blanking caps.


____

(4) Do a check for and make a note of any oil contamination in the
condensors.

NOTE : Water condensation can occur in the condensors. This must be


____
ignored.

(5) If oil contamination is found in the condensers you must:

(a) Remove the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-000-001).

(b) Do a check for oil contamination in the interior of the mixer


unit.

(c) Cleaning of the Mixer Unit

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A
MASK.


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1
_ If oil contamination is found you must remove it from the
areas that you can get access to with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002).

(d) Install the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-400-001).

(6) On the AIR COND panel 30VU make sure that:

(a) The COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors are at the 12 oclock position.

(b) The X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position.

(7) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the CAB FANS pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

(8) At the ram air outlets:

(a) Put warning notices in position to tell persons not to go near


the ram-air outlets.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-071

G. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-070

H. On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the PACK FLOW selector to the HI
position.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-070-A

H. On the AIR COND panel 30VU push the ECON FLOW pushbutton switch to the
off position (the ON legend goes off).

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-057

J. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.


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WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.

(1) Start the engine 1(2) and keep it at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-
003).

(2) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(3) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU and the AIR COND panel 30VU push the
HOT AIR pushbutton switches to the off position (the OFF legends
come on).

(b) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(4) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(5) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures.


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(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C maximum (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(7) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(8) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(9) Blow warm air onto the zone temperature sensor 21HK (behind the grill
in the cockpit ceiling) with a warm air blower.

NOTE : Do not damage the cockpit interior with to much heat from the
____
warm air blower.

(10) On the ECAM lower DU monitor the CKPT compartment temperature until
it shows between 30 and 40 deg. C.

NOTE : You must keep this condition during work steps (10) to (12) by
____
use of the warm air blower as in work step (8).

(11) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(12) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).


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(13) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must also constantly monitor
____
the pack temperatures as in work step (5) of this paragraph.

(14) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(15) Stop the warm air blower.

(16) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(17) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the
AFT cabin temperatures decrease to, or are less than 24 deg. C.

(18) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(19) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(20) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step (5) of this paragraph.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-057-A

J. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.


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WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.

(1) Start the engine 1(2) and keep it at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-
003).

(2) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(3) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU and the AIR COND panel 30VU push the
HOT AIR pushbutton switches to the off position (the OFF legends
come on).

(b) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(4) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(5) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures.


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(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C maximum (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(7) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(8) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(9) Blow warm air onto the zone temperature sensor 21HK (behind the grill
in the cockpit ceiling) with a warm air blower.

NOTE : Do not damage the cockpit interior with to much heat from the
____
warm air blower.

(10) On the ECAM lower DU monitor the CKPT compartment temperature until
it shows between 30 and 40 deg. C.

NOTE : You must keep this condition during work steps (10) to (12) by
____
use of the warm air blower as in work step (8).

(11) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(12) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).


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(13) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must also constantly monitor
____
the pack temperatures as in work step (5) of this paragraph.

(14) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(15) Stop the warm air blower.

(16) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(17) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the
AFT cabin temperatures decrease to, or are less than 24 deg. C.

(18) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(19) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(20) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step (5) of this paragraph.

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-057-C

J. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.


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WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.

(1) Start the engine 1(2) and keep it at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-
043).

(2) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(3) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU and the AIR COND panel 30VU push the
HOT AIR pushbutton switches to the off position (the OFF legends
come on).

(b) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(4) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(5) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures.


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(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C maximum (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(7) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(8) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(9) Blow warm air onto the zone temperature sensor 21HK (behind the grill
in the cockpit ceiling) with a warm air blower.

NOTE : Do not damage the cockpit interior with to much heat from the
____
warm air blower.

(10) On the ECAM lower DU monitor the CKPT compartment temperature until
it shows between 30 and 40 deg. C.

NOTE : You must keep this condition during work steps (10) to (12) by
____
use of the warm air blower as in work step (8).

(11) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(12) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).


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(13) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must also constantly monitor
____
the pack temperatures as in work step (5) of this paragraph.

(14) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(15) Stop the warm air blower.

(16) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(17) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the
AFT cabin temperatures decrease to, or are less than 24 deg. C.

(18) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(19) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(20) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step (5) of this paragraph.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-071

K. Stop the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-071-A

K. Stop the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-072

L. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18



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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-210-054

M. Inspection of the ECS for Contamination

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Do a check by hand for oil contamination in the condensers 10HM2 and
11HM2.

(2) If there is no oil contamination in the condensers then carry on with


the preparation for and stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(3) If you find oil contamination in the condensers then you must:
- clean the components in the system as necessary (Ref. TASK 21-00-
00-100-001),
- carry on with the preparation for and stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(4) If you find large deposits of oil contamination in the condensers


then you must also remove, overhaul or replace and install the air
cycle machine (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-400-
001) and (Ref. CMM 215202).

Subtask 21-00-00-869-057

N. Preparation for Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

(1) Remove the special blanking caps from the check valve 15HM and from
the check valve 16HM duct flange.

(2) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the check valve 15HM and on the
check valve 16HM duct flange (Ref. TASK 21-52-43-400-001).

(3) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the condensers 10HM2 and 11HM2
(Ref. TASK 21-52-32-400-001).


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Subtask 21-00-00-865-073

P. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-072

Q. On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the PACK FLOW selector to the NORM
position.



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**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-072-A

Q. On the AIR COND panel 30VU Push the ECON FLOW pushbutton switch to the on
position (the ON legend comes on).

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-058

R. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.

(1) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(2) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position. (the OFF legend comes on).

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(b) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(c) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.


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(4) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(5) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.

(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and,
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature
does not go above 70 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-058-A

R. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.


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CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.

(1) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-003).

(2) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position. (the OFF legend comes on).

(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(b) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(c) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(4) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(5) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.


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(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and,
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature
does not go above 70 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-058-C

R. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.

(1) Start the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-043).

(2) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).


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(3) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(b) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(c) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(4) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(5) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.

(6) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max.) and,
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature
does not go above 70 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).


R

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**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-073

S. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

(2) If there is smoke in the cockpit or cabin then you must do the
decontamination procedure again.

(3) If after 20 minutes,with the recirculation fans running, you can


still smell the oil, you must replace the recirculation filters
(Ref. TASK 21-21-41-000-001) (Ref. TASK 21-21-41-400-001).

(4) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-073-A

S. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Stop the engine (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).

(2) If there is smoke in the cockpit or cabin then you must do the
decontamination procedure again.

(3) If after 20 minutes,with the recirculation fans running, you can


still smell the oil, you must replace the recirculation filters
(Ref. TASK 21-21-41-000-001) (Ref. TASK 21-21-41-400-001).

(4) Do the EIS stop procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-002).


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Page A209
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511-526, 528-599, 
CES 
**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-074

T. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-061, 101-105, 201-203,

49VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO/VENT/CTL & MONG 31HN C07

R **ON A/C 062-099, 106-149, 151-199, 204-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO VENT & HTG/CTL &/MONG 31HN C07

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

122VU AIR COND/AFT CARGO VENT/FAN 30HN S22

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-055-A

U. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001), and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the ozone filters 100HM and
101HM (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-400-001) and
(Ref. CMMV 211104).

(3) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pack flow-control valves
8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-
001) and (Ref. CMM 215110).

R NOTE : Overhaul or replacement of the Flow-Control Valves 8HB and


____
R 11HB is only necessary if the valves are oil contaminated from
R inside.


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(4) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214302).

(5) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pressure regulating


valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214352).

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-055

U. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 and the water extractor drain
lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 215204).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001), and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pack flow-control valves
8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-400-
001) and (Ref. CMM 215110).

R NOTE : Overhaul or replacement of the Flow-Control Valves 8HB and


____
R 11HB is only necessary if the valves are oil contaminated from
R inside.

(3) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the the aft-cargo trim-air
valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214302).

(4) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the pressure regulating


valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 214352).



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Subtask 21-00-00-210-055-B

U. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 (Ref. CMM 215204) and the water
extractor drain lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001) and (Ref. TASK
21-52-16-400-001).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001), and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 215102) or replace, the pack flow-control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
51-51-400-001).

(3) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214302) or replace, the the aft-cargo
trim-air valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
43-51-400-001).

(4) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214352) or replace, the pressure


regulating valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
43-52-400-001).

**ON A/C 251-299,

Subtask 21-00-00-210-055-D

U. Post Cleaning and Inspection of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.


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WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY
_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Remove, clean and install:

(a) The water extractors 10HM8, 11HM8 (Ref. CMM 215204) and the water
extractor drain lines (Ref. TASK 21-52-16-000-001) and (Ref. TASK
21-52-16-400-001).

(b) The water injectors 20HM and 21HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-42-000-001),
(Ref. TASK 21-52-42-400-001), and (Ref. CMM 215234).

(2) Remove, overhaul or replace, and install the ozone filters 100HM and
101HM (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-51-41-400-001) and
(Ref. CMMV 211104).

(3) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 215102) or replace, the pack flow-control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 21-51-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
51-51-400-001).

(4) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214302) or replace, the the aft-cargo
trim-air valve 12HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-51-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
43-51-400-001).

(5) Remove, overhaul (Ref. CMM 214352) or replace, the pressure


regulating valve 11HC (Ref. TASK 21-43-52-000-001) and (Ref. TASK 21-
43-52-400-001).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-865-075

V. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
1HH, 2HH, 3HH, 4HH, 21HH, 22HH, 23HH, 24HH, 30HN, 31HN.

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-865-075-A

V. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):
49HH, 50HH, 51HH, 52HH, 53HH, 54HH, 55HH, 56HH, 30HN, 31HN.


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Subtask 21-00-00-710-052

W. Checks and Test of the ECS

(1) Do the pre-conditioning with the APU or through the HP ground


connector (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001) or (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-
001).

(2) Do a leak check of:

(a) All the air pack and the air pack component connections at each
of the air packs.

(b) The mixer unit and the recirculation fan connections.

(c) Any reconnected bleed-air duct connections.

(3) Do the operational test of the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG
(Ref. TASK 21-21-00-710-001).

(4) Do the operational test of the AFT cargo-compartment heating system


(Ref. TASK 21-43-00-710-003).

(5) Do the operational test of the cockpit and cabin temperature control
(Ref. TASK 21-63-00-710-004).

(6) Stop the pre-conditioning (Ref. TASK 12-33-21-618-001) or (Ref. TASK


12-33-21-618-001).
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5. Close-up
________

Subtask 21-00-00-410-052

A. Close Access

(1) Make sure that the work area is clean and clear of tool(s) and other
items.

(2) Install the access panels 191BB, 192FB, 191KB and 192KB (Ref. TASK
53-35-13-400-002)

(3) Remove the warning notice(s).



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B. De-energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-862-


002).



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TASK 21-00-00-615-004

Decontamination of the Environmental Control System (ECS) when the Temperature


is above 24 deg.C (Engine/s)

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS A GOOD FLOW OF AIR THROUGH THE WORK AREA WHEN
_______
YOU USE SPECIAL MATERIALS.
IF YOU GET ONE OF THESE MATERIALS ON YOUR SKIN, IN YOUR MOUTH OR IN
YOUR EYES :
-FLUSH IT AWAY WITH A FLOW OF CLEAN WATER FOR BETWEEN 10 AND 15
MINUTES.
-GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL AID IF IRRITATION OCCURS.
DO NOT BREATHE THE FUMES FROM THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT SMOKE WHEN YOU USE THE MATERIAL.
DO NOT USE THE MATERIAL NEAR A FLAME, SPARKS OR SOURCES OF HEAT.
THESE MATERIALS ARE DANGEROUS : THEY ARE POISONOUS, FLAMMABLE AND
SKIN IRRITANTS.

1. __________________
Reason for the Job

To decontaminate the ECS if oil has gone into it from one or both engines.
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2. ______________________
Job Set-up Information

A. Fixtures, Tools, Test and Support Equipment

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE QTY DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

No specific circuit breaker(s) safety clip(s)


No specific heat resistant blankets
No specific lint-free cloth
No specific protective covers
No specific 2 Special blanking caps - locally manufactured
No specific 3 Temperature simulating devices - locally
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B. Consumable Materials

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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Material No. 11-001K USA AMS 1526


EXT.CLEANING CONCENTRATE (Ref. 20-31-00)
Material No. 11-002 USA MIL-PRF-680
DRY CLEANING SOLVENT (VARSOL/WHITE SPIRIT)
(Ref. 20-31-00)

C. Referenced Information

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning through the HP Ground Connection


12-33-21-618-001 Pre-conditioning with the APU
21-00-00-100-001 Cleaning of Special Components in the Environmental
Control System (ECS)
21-00-00-615-003 Decontamination of the Environmental Control System
(ECS) when the Temperature is below 24 deg.C
(Engine/s)
21-21-00-710-001 Operational Test of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 14HG
and 15HG.
21-21-41-000-001 Removal of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM (4013HM)
21-21-41-400-001 Installation of the Recirculation Filter 4012HM
(4013HM)
21-21-51-000-001 Removal of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and 14HG
21-21-51-400-001 Installation of the Cabin Recirculation Fans 15HG and
14HG
21-43-00-710-003 Operational Test of the AFT Cargo Compartment Heating
System
21-43-51-000-001 Removal of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-51-400-001 Installation of the Aft Cargo-Trim Air-Valve (12HC)
21-43-52-000-001 Removal of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-43-52-400-001 Installation of the Pressure Regulating Valve - Aft
Cargo-Compartment Heating
21-51-41-000-001 Removal of the Ozone Filter (Converter) 100HM (101HM)
21-51-41-400-001 Installation of the Ozone Filter 100HM (101HM)
21-51-51-000-001 Removal of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
Flow-Control Unit
21-51-51-400-001 Installation of the Pack Flow-Control Valve/ Pack
Flow-Control Unit


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

21-52-16-000-001 Removal of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)


21-52-16-400-001 Installation of the Water Extractor 10HM8 (11HM8)
21-52-21-000-001 Removal of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-21-400-001 Installation of the Air Cycle Machine 10HM1 (11HM1)
21-52-32-000-001 Removal of the Condenser 10HM2 (11HM2)
21-52-32-400-001 Installation of the Condenser 10HM2 (11HM2)
21-52-42-000-001 Removal of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-42-400-001 Installation of the Water Injector 20HM (21HM)
21-52-43-400-001 Installation of the Pack Downstream Check-Valves 15HM
and 16HM
21-63-00-710-004 Operational Test of the Cockpit and Cabin Temperature
Control with CFDS/MCDU
21-63-17-000-001 Removal of the Temperature Sensors (21HK, 22HK, 23HK)
21-63-17-400-001 Installation of the Temperature Sensors (21HK, 22HK,
23HK)
24-41-00-861-002 Energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits from the
External Power
24-41-00-862-002 De-energize the Aircraft Electrical Circuits Supplied
from the External Power
31-60-00-860-001 EIS Start Procedure
31-60-00-860-002 EIS Stop Procedure
36-11-49-000-010 Removal of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-000-010 Removal of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-000-042 Removal of the Pylon Interface Duct
36-11-49-400-010 Installation of the Upper Bleed Air Duct
36-11-49-400-042 Installation of the Pylon Interface Duct
36-12-41-000-001 Removal of a Bleed-Air Duct
36-12-41-400-001 Installation of a Bleed-Air Duct
49-00-00-860-003 APU Start by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-004 APU Shutdown by External Power (GTCP 36-300)
49-00-00-860-005 APU Start by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-006 APU Shutdown by External Power (APS 3200)
49-00-00-860-008 APU Start by External Power (131-9(A))
49-00-00-860-009 APU Shutdown by External Power (131-9(A))
53-35-13-000-002 Removal of the Quick-Release Access Panels from the
Belly Fairing Structure
53-35-13-400-002 Installation of the Quick-Release Access Panels on
the Belly Fairing Structure
71-00-00-710-003 Engine Automatic Start
71-00-00-710-018 Discontinued Start, Restart and Shutdown Procedures
71-00-00-710-028 Engine Shutdown
71-00-00-710-043 Normal Engine Automatic Start Procedure
CMM 214302


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REFERENCE DESIGNATION
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CMM 214352
CMM 215110
CMM 215202
CMM 215204
CMM 215234
CMMV 211104
21-00-00-991-004 Fig. 201
21-00-00-991-002 Fig. 203

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

21-00-00-991-003-A Fig. 204

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

21-00-00-991-003 Fig. 204A

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499,

21-00-00-991-003-B Fig. 204B

**ON A/C 251-299,

21-00-00-991-003-E Fig. 204C

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

21-00-00-991-003-D Fig. 204D



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**ON A/C ALL

3. __________
Job Set-up

Subtask 21-00-00-941-053

A. Necessary Special Tools

(1) 2 Special blanking caps - locally manufactured


Manufactured with reference to
(Ref. Fig. 201/TASK 21-00-00-991-004)
and to SIL 21-029.

(2) 3 Temperature simulating devices - locally manufactured


Manufactured with reference to:
(Ref. Fig. 203/TASK 21-00-00-991-002)
and to SIL 21-029.

Subtask 21-00-00-861-053

B. Energize the aircraft electrical circuits (Ref. TASK 24-41-00-861-002).

Subtask 21-00-00-860-074

C. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) Do the EIS start procedure (Ref. TASK 31-60-00-860-001).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) Make sure that at least one of the CKPT, the FWD cabin or the AFT
cabin temperatures shown on the ECAM lower display unit (DU) is more
than 24 deg. C.

(4) If none of the temperatures is more than 24 deg. C you must do the
alternative ECS decontamination procedure (Ref. TASK 21-00-00-615-
003).


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Subtask 21-00-00-865-076

D. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
49VU AIR BLEED/ENG 1/MONG 2HA1 D11

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS2 4HK V20


122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS1 3HK V19
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS2 2HK V18
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS1 1HK V17
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/CTL 11HG W20


122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/R/SPLY 3HG W18
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/CTL 2HG X20
122VU AIR COND/RECIRC FAN/L/SPLY 1HG X18
122VU AIR BLEED/ENG 2/MONG 2HA2 Z22

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21



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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
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122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-010-053

E. Remove the access panels 191BB, 192FB, 191KB and 192KB (Ref. TASK 53-35-
13-000-002).

4. Procedure
_________

**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

(Ref. Fig. 204/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-A)

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

(Ref. Fig. 204A/TASK 21-00-00-991-003)

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499,

(Ref. Fig. 204B/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-B)

**ON A/C 251-299,

(Ref. Fig. 204C/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-E)

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

(Ref. Fig. 204D/TASK 21-00-00-991-003-D)



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**ON A/C 001-049, 101-105, 151-199, 236-238,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-051-C

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the ozone filters
100HM and 101HM (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the ducts, the ozone filters or the connector grooves of
the v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts and the Ozone Filters

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(5) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts and areas of the ozone filters
that you can get access to with a lint-free cloth and CLEANING AGENTS
(Material No. 11-001K).

(6) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after the installation of
____
the bleed air ducts.

(7) Disconnect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).


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(8) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts (B) so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(9) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valves.

(10) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C 051-099, 106-149, 201-233, 301-304,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-051-B

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the flow control
valves 8HB and 11HB (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the ducts or in the connector grooves of the v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).


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(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after the installation of
____
the bleed air ducts.

(6) Disconnect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).

(7) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts (B) so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(8) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valves.

(9) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 305-399, 401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-051-D

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.

(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the flow control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the ducts or in the connector grooves of the v-flanges.


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301-399, 401-499,
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(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after the installation of
____
the bleed air ducts.

(6) Disconnect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) on both engines at the
bleed-pressure regulator valve side of the ducts (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-042).

(7) Turn the bleed-air joint ducts (B) so that they face away from the
engines and any electrical cables or equipment.

NOTE : The open ends of the bleed-air joint ducts (B) must face in
____
such a direction that the hot bleed air can vent freely to
atmosphere.

(8) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulator valves.

(9) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C 251-299,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-051-F

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.


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(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the ozone filters
100HM and 101HM (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the ducts or in the connector grooves of the v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after the installation of
____
the bleed air ducts.

(6) Remove the upper bleed-air ducts on both engines (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-010).

(7) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulating valves and heat resistant blankets on exposed electrical
cables and components.

(8) Remove the warning notice(s).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-110-051-E

A. Cleaning of the Bleed Air Duct

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Put a warning notice in position in the cockpit to tell persons not
to start the APU or the engines.


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(2) Remove the section of bleed air duct forward of the flow control
units 23HB and 24HB (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-000-001).

(3) Do a check for and remove any large quantities of oil which may be
present in the ducts or in the connector grooves of the v-flanges.

(4) Cleaning of the Bleed Air Ducts

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES AND GOGGLES.

(a) Clean contaminated bleed air ducts with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-001K).

(5) Install the removed sections of bleed air duct (Ref. TASK 36-12-41-
400-001).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after the installation of
____
the bleed air ducts.

(6) Remove the upper bleed-air ducts on both engines (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-
000-010).

(7) Put protective covers on the open ends of the bleed-pressure


regulating valves and heat resistant blankets on exposed electrical
cables and components.

(8) Remove the warning notice(s).

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-860-075

B. Do the Procedure to Start the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-003) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-005) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-008).


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CES 
Subtask 21-00-00-160-059

C. Cleaning of the Cross Feed, the Engine and the APU Bleed Air Ducts by
Residual Burning

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN THE DUCTS ARE DISCONNECTED THE TEMPERATURE OF


_______
THE EXHAUST GASES FROM THE OPEN ENDS OF THE DISCONNECTED DUCTS
CAN BE AS HIGH AS 270 DEG.C (518 DEG.F). THE HOT GASES CAN
CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that no persons are near the engines when you do this
____
cleaning procedure.

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the APU BLEED pushbutton switch ON legend shows on.
- the OFF legend on the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches
shows off.

(b) Set the X BLEED selector to the OPEN position.

(2) Run the APU for approx. 15 minutes.

Subtask 21-00-00-869-064

D. Do the Procedure to Stop the APU


- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-004) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-006) or,
- (Ref. TASK 49-00-00-860-009).

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-076-C

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU set the X BLEED selector to the AUTO
position.

(2) Connection of the Bleed-Air Joint Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.


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(a) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(b) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-
042).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of
____
the bleed-air joint ducts.

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-076-D

E. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration

(1) On the AIR COND panel 30VU set the X BLEED selector to the AUTO
position.

(2) Connection of the Bleed-Air Joint Ducts at the Engines

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(a) Remove the protective covers from the open ends of the bleed
pressure-regulator valves.

(b) Connect the bleed-air joint ducts (B) (Ref. TASK 36-11-49-400-
010).

NOTE : Make sure that you do the leak check after connection of
____
the bleed-air joint ducts.

**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-869-058

F. Preparation for the Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.



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(1) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 10HM2 and the
check valve 15HM (Ref. TASK 21-52-32-000-001).

(2) Remove the clamps and the sleeve between the condenser 11HM2 and the
check valve 16HM duct flange (Ref. TASK 21-52-32-000-001).

(3) Put the special blanking caps on the open end of the check valve 15HM
and on the open end of the check valve 16HM duct flange.

NOTE : Use the removed clamps to secure the blanking caps.


____

(4) Do a check for and make a note of any oil contamination in the
condensors.

NOTE : Water condensation can occur in the condensors. This must be


____
ignored.

(5) If oil contamination is found in the condensers you must:

(a) Remove the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-000-001).

(b) Do a check for oil contamination in the interior of the mixer


unit.

(c) Cleaning of the Mixer Unit

WARNING : OBEY THE MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTIONS WHEN YOU USE


_______
THIS/THESE MATERIAL/S.
USE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, RUBBER GLOVES, GOGGLES AND A
MASK.

1
_ If oil contamination is found you must remove it from the
areas that you can get access to with a lint-free cloth and
CLEANING AGENTS (Material No. 11-002).

(d) Install the cabin recirculation fans 14HG and 15HG (Ref. TASK 21-
21-51-400-001).

(6) Disconnect the electrical connectors at the cabin temperature sensors


21HK, 22HK and 23HK (Ref. TASK 21-63-17-000-001).

(7) Install the temperature simulation devices at the cabin temperature


sensors 21HK, 22HK and 23HK.



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CES 
(8) On the AIR COND panel 30VU make sure that:

(a) The COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors are in the 12 oclock position.

(b) The X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position.

(9) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the CAB FANS pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

Subtask 21-00-00-865-077

G. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS2 4HK V20


122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/28VDC/SYS1 3HK V19
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS2 2HK V18
122VU AIR COND/ZONE TEMP CTL/115VAC/SYS1 1HK V17
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21



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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

R **ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 401-499,


R 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-077

H. On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the PACK FLOW selector to the HI
position.

**ON A/C 301-399,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-077-A

H. On the AIR COND panel 30VU push the ECON FLOW pushbutton switch to the
off position (the ON legend goes off).

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-060

J. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.


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CES 
(1) Start the engine 1(2) and keep it at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-
003).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(4) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(5) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the panels 22VU and 30VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switches
to the off position (the OFF legends come on).

(6) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(7) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(8) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures.


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(9) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C maximum (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(10) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(11) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(12) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 30 deg.
C.

(13) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(14) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(15) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must also constantly monitor
____
the pack temperatures as in work step (7) of this paragraph.

(16) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(17) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.


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(18) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(19) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(20) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(21) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step (7) of this paragraph.

R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


R 401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-060-A

J. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.


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201-249, 251-299, 301-399, 401-499,
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CES 
(1) Start the engine 1(2) and keep it at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-
003).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(4) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(5) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the panels 22VU and 30VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switches
to the off position (the OFF legends come on).

(6) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(7) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(8) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures.


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CES 
(9) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C maximum (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(10) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(11) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(12) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 30 deg.
C.

(13) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(14) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(15) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must also constantly monitor
____
the pack temperatures as in work step (7) of this paragraph.

(16) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(17) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.


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(18) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(19) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(20) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(21) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step (7) of this paragraph.

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-060-C

J. Stage 1 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : BE CAREFUL WHEN YOU DO THIS CLEANING PROCEDURE. A VERY STRONG


_______
HOT OR COLD AIRFLOW WILL OCCUR IN THE AREA OF THE PACK BAY.
THIS AIRFLOW CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLETS.
HOT EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.


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(1) Start the engine 1(2) and keep it at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-
043).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(4) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).

(5) After 3 minutes:

(a) On the panels 22VU and 30VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switches
to the off position (the OFF legends come on).

(6) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(7) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(8) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
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pack temperatures.


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(9) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C maximum (max.) and
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).

(10) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(11) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(12) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 30 deg.
C.

(13) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the COLD position.

(14) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(15) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must also constantly monitor
____
the pack temperatures as in work step (7) of this paragraph.

(16) Move the applicable throttle control lever to the idle position.

(17) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.


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(18) Adjust the temperature simulating devices until on the ECAM lower DU
the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg.
C.

(19) On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the
AFT CABIN temperature selectors to the HOT position.

(20) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(21) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
pack temperatures as in work step (7) of this paragraph.

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,


401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-078

K. Stop the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-028).

R **ON A/C 501-509, 511-526, 528-599,

Subtask 21-00-00-860-078-A

K. Stop the engine 1(2) (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-018).


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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-865-078

L. Open, safety and tag this(these) circuit breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

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122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18



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**ON A/C ALL

Subtask 21-00-00-210-056

M. Inspection of the ECS for Contamination

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT AIR IS NOT SUPPLIED TO THE AIR CONDITIONING
_______
SYSTEM FROM THE MAIN ENGINE, THE APU OR A GROUND SOURCE.
HOT COMPRESSED AIR CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONNEL.

WARNING : DO NOT TOUCH THE COMPONENT UNTIL IT IS SUFFICIENTLY


_______
COOL TO PREVENT BURNS.

(1) Do a check by hand for oil contamination in the condensers 10HM2 and
11HM2.

(2) If there is no oil contamination in the condensers then carry on with


the preparation for stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(3) If you find oil contamination in the condensers then you must:
- clean the components in the system as necessary (Ref. TASK 21-00-
00-100-001),
- carry on with the preparation for and stage 2 cleaning of the ECS.

(4) If you find large deposits of oil contamination in the condensers


then you must also remove and overhaul, or replace the air cycle
machine (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-000-001), (Ref. TASK 21-52-21-400-001)
and (Ref. CMM 215202).

Subtask 21-00-00-869-059

N. Preparation for Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

(1) Remove the special blanking caps from the check valve 15HM and from
the check valve 16HM duct flange.

(2) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the check valve 15HM and on the
check valve 16HM duct flange (Ref. TASK 21-52-43-400-001).

(3) Install the sleeves and the clamps on the condensers 10HM2 and 11HM2
(Ref. TASK 21-52-32-400-001).



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Subtask 21-00-00-865-079

P. Remove the safety clip(s) and the tag(s) and close this(these) circuit
breaker(s):

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PANEL DESIGNATION IDENT. LOCATION
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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R 528-599,

49VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL/SYS 1 CHAN B/28VDC 52HH D08

**ON A/C 001-049, 051-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-233, 236-238, 301-304,

122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/115VAC 21HH W22


122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/2/28VDC 23HH W21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/115VAC 1HH X22
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP/CTL SYS1/1/28VDC 3HH X21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/28VDC 24HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/2/115VAC 22HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/28VDC 4HH Y19
122VU AIR COND/PACK TEMP CTL SYS2/1/115VAC 2HH Y18

R **ON A/C 234-235, 239-249, 251-299, 305-399, 401-499, 501-509, 511-526,


R 528-599,

122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/115VAC 53HH W22


122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN A/28VDC 55HH W21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/115VAC 49HH X22
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN A/28VDC 51HH X21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/28VDC 56HH Y21
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 2/CHAN B/115VAC 54HH Y20
122VU AIR COND/TEMP CTL SYS 1/CHAN B/115VAC 50HH Y18

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Subtask 21-00-00-860-079

Q. On the AIR COND panel 30VU turn the PACK FLOW selector to the NORM
position.



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Subtask 21-00-00-860-079-A

Q. On the AIR COND panel 30VU push the ECON FLOW pushbutton switch to the on
position (the ON legend comes on).

**ON A/C 001-003, 051-054,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-061

R. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SURE THAT THERE ARE NO PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT NEAR THE RAM
_______
AIR OUTLET FLAPS. MOVEMENT OF THE RAM AIR OUTLET FLAPS AND HOT
EXHAUST GASES CAN CAUSE INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT.

CAUTION : MAKE SURE THAT THE AREA NEAR THE RAM AIR INLET IS CLEAN AND
_______
FREE FROM LOOSE ARTICLES. LOOSE ARTICLES CAN GO INTO THE RAM
AIR INLET AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT.

NOTE : Make sure that at least one of the windows in the cockpit stays
____
open during this part of the decontamination procedure.

(1) Start the engine 1(2) and keep it at idle (Ref. TASK 71-00-00-710-
003).

(2) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(3) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the CKPT, the FWD cabin and the
AFT cabin temperatures show 16 deg. C.

NOTE : You can do this by adjustment of the applicable temperature


____
simulation device.

(4) On the CARGO HEAT panel 22VU push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to
the off position (the OFF legend comes on).

(5) On the AIR COND panel 30VU:

(a) Make sure that:


- the X BLEED selector is at the AUTO position,
- the PACK 1 and the PACK 2 pushbutton switches are in the on
position (the FAULT and the OFF legends are off).


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(b) Push the HOT AIR pushbutton switch to the on position (the FAULT
and the OFF legends are off).

(c) Turn the COCKPIT, the FWD CABIN and the AFT CABIN temperature
selectors to the HOT position.

(6) Move the applicable throttle control lever forward until on the upper
ECAM DU a N1 of between 35 and 40 per cent (immediately before HPV
closure) is shown.

(a) On the lower ECAM DU, the BLEED page shows:


- PRV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- HPV ENG 1 (or ENG 2) in line green,
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) pressure: 36 psi (2.48 bar) plus or minus 4
psi (0.28 bar)
- ENG 1 (or ENG 2) temperature: 200 deg.C (392.00 deg.F) plus 10
deg.C (50.00 deg.F) or minus 30 deg.C (86.00 deg.F).

(7) Keep this condition for 15 minutes.

NOTE : During this 15 minute period you must constantly monitor the
____
duct inlet and the pack temperatures.

(8) To do this you must:

(a) On the ECAM control panel push the BLEED pushbutton switch.

(b) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that:


- the pack compressor outlet temperature does not go above 230
deg. C (max) and,
- the pack outlet temperature does not go above 85 deg. C (max.).

(c) On the ECAM control panel push the COND pushbutton switch.

(d) On the ECAM lower DU make sure that the duct inlet temperature
does not go above 70 deg. C (max.).

NOTE : If any of the temperatures go above max. you must stop the
____
procedure and do the trouble shooting of the ECS (refer to
TSM, chapter 21).


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R **ON A/C 004-049, 055-099, 101-149, 151-199, 201-249, 251-299, 301-399,
R 401-499,

Subtask 21-00-00-160-061-A

R. Stage 2 Cleaning of the ECS

WARNING : MAKE SU